Easy process to buy tickets
Very very good
This was our first time visiting Antelope Canyon. We made the decision to see the Upper Canyon over the Lower Canyon because there were too many stairs (@180), including ladders, to descend into the Lower Canyon and I was/am having problems with my left hip. Entering the Upper Canyon was flat terrain. The Canyon itself was spectacular.. There is no such thing as a bad picture - every direction you turned was something else that was gorgeous. We had a wonderful tour director, Leo, who helped us frame the best pictures and showed us different interpretations of the rock formations. I didn't want to leave. I highly recommend this trip.
I love kiss for absolutely amazing. I took over 200 photos and the upper Antelope cave.
The trip was fun but the tiny car is tight less comfortable but every 2hours we have stratch break to go to bathroom which is nice and got to see both site. Driver is very nice and will ask us if need water and so on. Wish the car has charger.
Hiro, our tour driver and guide was very helpful. He did a good job taking care of us. Thanks again Hiro.
Well-coordinated from start to finish, clear directions every step of the way. Well-defined itinerary, so if you like schedules and do well with time management, this is right up your alley. If your style is more spontaneous and along the lines of “seeing where the wind takes you,” you may feel a bit stifled. This is not a fault of the tour guides, drivers, etc. It’s just how it has to be given the canyon admission limitations. The buses were comfy with drivers who drove safely and efficiently. Tour guides and drivers were friendly and knowledgable. Snack was granola bars and water. Lunch was option of turkey and cheese croissant sandwich with lettuce and tomato or a veggie croissant. It came with chips and water. We stop twice at Bee’s (once on way there and again on way back), which has a market with hot/cold food and beverage options and full grocery where you can purchase anything you need. It also has nice bathrooms that are nice to use instead of the port-a-potties at the sites and on the bus. Be sure to bring your own hand sanitizer because there wasn’t any in the bus bathroom, and it was hit-or-miss at the port-a-potties at the sites. Horseshoe Bend was amazingly beautiful and worth the visit. It is a low level 30-35 minute round trip hike on a well-established dirt trail, leaving about 20 minutes at the site, which may be plenty of time for some, not enough for others. We took the Upper Antelope canyon tour. Our tour guide for the canyon was funny and knew so much about the canyon. He also knew all the best places to take photos and took time to take photos for each of us. Overall a great experience and we would definitely do it again!