Slot Canyon Tours
Enjoy Slot Canyons Tours near Page such as Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon, Canyon X and more. Listed are some touring companies in Page, AZ. A lifetime experience.
MP 308 Hwy 98 #3784, Page, AZ 86040 « Phone: (928) 660-8890
Taadidiin Tours is happy to be the only tour operater to offer guided tours to Antelope Canyon X and Cardiac Canyon. Both canyons are located within the same Antelope Canyon as the iconic Upper Antelope Canyon and Lower Antelope Canyon. Taadidiin Tours is located approx. 10 miles southeast of Page, AZ on Highway 98 at milepost 307.8. Reservations are recommended Holiday weekends. Taadidiin Tours is open everyday from 9am to 3pm (MST). Taadidiin Tours specializes in small groups to provide the most memorable customer experience possible.
Antelope Canyon X
Canyon X Hiking and Photo tours begin at MP 307.8 on Highway 98 near Page, AZ on the Navajo Nation Reservation. After parking and payment customers will be transported in a 4X4 transport vehicle 3 miles to the mouth of the Canyon X. Customers will hike 100 meters into Canyon X. At the bottom Taadidiin Tour Guides will assist customers tour the first slot canyon. After the first slot canyon is complete Guides will accompany customers on the 200 meter walk to the second slot canyon.
The Cardiac Canyon Photo tour is the ultimate hiking/photo tour adventure. Less than 100 people have ever visited Cardiac Canyon. The tour begins at MP 307.8 on Highway 98 near Page, AZ on the Navajo Nation Reservation. Customers will be transported 7 miles in a transport vehicle to the entrance of the canyon. Customers and their guide will hike 90 meters down the Cardiac Sand Dune into the canyon. It is recommended to wear hiking shoes, appropriate clothing. Bring extra water and sunscreen.
629 Elm St., Page, AZ 86040 | Phone: (928) 614-4233 • (928) 660-8729
Guests from around the world are welcome to experience the epitome of ecotourism, Sacred Edge Tours provides an exclusive view of the Grand Canyon and a personal look into the Navajo way of life on the reservation. Sit back and take a ride in our 4×4 SUV s as we journey from Highway 89 to the East Rim to experience a rare view of the Grand Canyon. Our local tour guides will share their history of the area, personal life experiences and significance of key landmarks.
What’s special about our Grand Canyon tour?
- No crowds
- Unique view of the Colorado River
- Discreet geographical areas
- Experience sacred connection to the land
Hwy 222, LeChee, AZ | Phone: (928) 606-2168
Over the years, Lower Antelope Canyon has become a favorite gathering place for photographers, tourists, and visitors from around the world. This incredible canyon has been created over many thousands of years by the relentless forces of water and wind, slowly carving and sculpting the sandstone into forms, textures, and shapes which we observe today. The views in Lower Antelope Canyon change constantly as the sun moves across the sky, filtering lights softly across the stone walls. These ever-moving sun angles bounce light back and forth across the narrow canyon’s walls, creating a dazzling display of color, light, and shadow. Take highway 98 toward Kaibeto, pass the Upper Antelope Canyon turnout, go another 1/4 mile, then turn left on Navajo Route N22B (Antelope Point Road) for about 1/4 mile. The entrance sign is on the left.
NOTE: Dixie and Ken (of Ken’s Tours) are brother and sister and they are located adjacent to one another.
Rams Head, Wind Pebble, Ligai Si' Anii Canyon, & Scenic Mesa - Antelope Canyon Valley Tours by Ligai Si’anii
10 miles South of Page on Coppermine Rd., at milepost 35.5 Page, AZ | Phone: (928) 640-0796
We are a Navajo female operated tour company that started in October of 2016. We continue to use the land to graze sheep and cows, so we limit the amount of people in our tours as to not negatively affect our grazing area. We cap our tours at around 10 people, but most have 2-4. Please be aware that our shortest hike is 3 miles round trip and our longest is 7 miles round trip, and therefore you should be able to hike that distance. A hiking stick may come in handy.
NOTE: If you plan to visit both Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon on the same day, save your receipt so you don’t have to pay a second tribal fee.