Chief Tsosie's Antelope Slot Canyon Tour. See one of the most spectacular sights in the desert southwest. Bring your camera, you'll want to remember this tour! Chief Tsosie's Antelope Slot Canyon Tour. 55 S Lake Powell Blvd. On the Upper Antelope Canyon walking tour and the Antelope Canyon waterside boat tour, you’ll check off two of the Top Five sightseeing tours in the Lake Powell area, with minimal exertion required! Your day begins at Chief Tsosie’s Antelope Slot Canyon Tours in downtown Page, AZ. Your 3-in-1 Antelope Canyon adventure includes: Chief Tsosie’s Upper Antelope Canyon Tour:. ride specially-modified touring coaches from downtown Page, AZ, to this short but memorable slot canyon where swirling sandstone forms and soft light and shadow play form a surrealistic sensory tableau.
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Antelope Slot Canyon Tours by Chief Tsosie is located in Page Arizona, right next to Lake Powell, in the center of the Grand Circle. Navajo owned and operated by Chief Tsosie, you'll enjoy our personal tour of the breathtaking Antelope Canyon and other spectacular adventures! A special highlight of the tour will be the authentic beauty of Native American flute music resonating throughout antelope canyon. Hear the wonderful Native American stories associated with antelope canyon by Chief Tsosie and his guides. Come, visit, listen, and personally experience the sound of the flute as it resonates through the mystical canyons. more info
Year Round Tour Times (Mon-Sun) - 8:30am, 10:30am, 1:00pm, 3:00pm
- Length: 1 ½ hour
- Price: Adult - 88.00 for 10:30 & 1:00 tours
Child - 78.00 for 10:30 & 1:00 tours (6-12yrs.)
- Price: Adult - 73.00 for 8:30 & 3:00 tours
Child - 63.00 for 8:30 & 3:00 tours (6-12yrs.)
Slot plus bonus codes. *Tax and Permit included in the price.
Summer Tour Time Additions (Mon-Sat / Apr 1 - Sept 30) - 6:30am & 5:00pm
- Length: 1 ½ hour
- Price: Adult - 63.00
Child - 53.00 (6-12yrs)
*Tax and Permit included in the price.
Chief Tsosie's guides know all the hot spots and they will guide you through an amazing natural wonder of Antelope Canyon. They will provide you with the secret knowledge of photographing the beams and dance with the sand. We will have little chance to be alone in the canyon on this tour, nor will we be able to hear the quiet that some of the other tour-times provide, but this tour is a photographic extravaganza. We believe we have the best time starting at 10:30 am for photographing the canyon. We get the early development of the light beams and stay until the beams start to lift off the canyon floor. This tour is lead with precision and experience.
Tsosie Antelope Canyon Tour
10:30 am (peak hour) - This is the prime sunbeam tour. The colors are uniform throughout the canyon and visibility is good. If some of the colors are not as brilliant, be assured that at their worst, they are spectacular. We linger at the sunbeams which pour down like heavenly messages. We will have little chance to be alone in the canyon on this tour, nor will we be able to hear the quite that some of the other tour-times provide, but this is a visual extravaganza. Sunbeam comes in from April 1 - Sept 30.
1:00 pm (peak hour) - The colors are very similar to the late morning tour, but the north end is slowly becoming the brightest, most colorful end. Some of the people are beginning to thin out, which allows you a more personal experience. A marvelous blend of color, shape, and majesty will strike you on this tour!
3:00 pm and 5:00 pm - The richness of color in the afternoon rivals the morning. Calming and still, the canyon becomes clear of other adventures. There is a good chance that you will have parts of the canyon all to yourself. It is a time to pause for reflection in a spiritual wonderland, let the quiet and color soak into your bone marrow, and take a bit of the canyon into your heart.
Chief Tsosie Upper Antelope Canyon Tour
Chief Tsosie Upper Antelope Tour Guide
***Please Note: If you are taking the Upper and Lower Tours on the same day, you only pay the Navajo Permit fee once. Just show your receipt at the Lower Antelope tour booth and the fee will be waived.