With our combination package we have partnered with multiple companies to provide a half, full, or 2 day experience in the Page Lake Powell area.
BUILD YOUR DAY
Tower Butte Trail
Get a taste of the wild west by riding horseback to the remarkable Tower Butte.
Kayak The Colorado
NEW! Paddle down the Colorado River through Horseshoe Bend.
NEW! A guided tour through Mountain Sheep Canyon.
A guided tour through the beautiful Lower Antelope Canyon.
Hyatt Place Page/Lake Powell
NEW! Hyatt Place is located in the picturesque Page/Lake Powell area.
Offers a guided excursion on Lake Powell. Experience Lake Powell the right way.
NEW! Elevated dining with exceptional service and beautiful view of Glen Canyon / Lake Powell.
WHAT TO EXPECT
You can choose from the different bundles (half-day, full day, or 2 day)
A Half day could include a 1 hour guided walking tour through Lower Antelope Canyon operated by Ken's Tours. A scenic 1 hour horse back trail ride through Navajo Nation land provided by Tower Butte Trail Rides.
Add a relaxing 2 hour boat excursion hosted by Lake Powell Experience (LPX) with a US Coast Guard licensed captain or take a tour through Mountain Sheep Canyon with Black Streak Canyon, making it a full day.
Make it 2 days! Spend the night at Hyatt Place. Enjoy elevated dining with a beautiful view of the sunset at Rimview Terrace. Spend the next day kayaking down the Colorado River with Kayak The Colorado.
Not Included in price:
Navajo Park Permit $8.00, Navajo Sales Tax 6%, Page Sales Tax 9.9%, $30 Lake Powell Pass.
There will be a 6% processing fee per reservation. Bundles with Hyatt Place will include additional 14.16% state/room tax.
For the Combination Package, we offer multiple combinations to help you plan your day. We recommend a 1-hour break between each activity. Maximum of 6 people per booking.
Due to safety reasons, children under 12 are not allowed
Some parts of the combination package might become unavailable in the future. We do not provide transportation.
Travelers' Choice Reward
Trained Tour Guides
SAFTEY TIPS- Bring water for hot days - Closed Toes Shoes - Ladder like staircases inside canyon - Dress appropriate for terrain and weather - Check the weather before tour - Know signs of dehydration
NOT ALLOWED- No bags & backpacks (including fanny packs, hydration bags and purses) - No tripods, monopods, selfie-sticks, camera bags - No GoPros, Action cameras or camcorders (no filming inside the canyon) - No open-toed shoes, sandals or high heels (proper clothing required) - No umbrellas - No pets or service animals - No firearms or weapons - No drones allowed - No Smoking (inside building or canyon) - Cremation spreading is not allowed in Navajo Nation Tribal Parks For more information about Navajo Nation Tribal Park Rules & Regulation Visit: https://navajonationparks.org/rules-regulations/
QUICK DETAILS- Tours are every 30mins. - Tours are called 10mins early. - The tour can last from 45mins - 1hr - All tours are a walking tour, no transportation. - Total length is 1mile. - You must stay with your tour guide at all times for your safety.
IMPORTANT INFORMATIONTIME ZONE We follow Arizona Standard Time (MST). We share the same time as the City of Page, Flagstaff, Grand Canyon, and Phoenix. During Daylight Savings guest will experience a time change driving through the state of Utah and the Navajo Reservation. You are more than welcome to take pictures on this tour. One camera limited per person. Lower Antelope Canyon offers great lighting all day long. The canyon runs north to south, as the sun moves across the sky, different parts of the canyon gets highlighted. No matter when you visit Lower Antelope Canyon it will be spectacular. Pregnant Women are HIGHLY discouraged due to the strenuous nature of the tour. Strollers and Wheel based devices will not be allowed on the tour. Infants and Toddlers If your child cannot walk during the tour. It is required that you carry your child in a front chest carrier or a back pack carrier.