Antelope Canyon Near the Grand Canyon, USA. Antelope Canyon in Arizona on the Navajo Indian Reservation is the most photographed slot canyon in America. It's a sacred and spiritual place. Serene and mystical. A quiet reverence. A special work of art created by nature. An unimaginable blend of glowing pastel colors made brilliant by cascading beams of sunlight that illuminate an artful collection of sculpted sandstone in infinite shape and form.
Visiting Antelope Canyon: 8 Things you need to know. We visited Antelope Canyon last summer and I came back with several useful insights. Everything you need to know about visiting this magnificent place is in my blog post. Just click through to read. What's the difference between the Upper Antelope Canyon and Lower Antelope Canyon? Can you go on your own? How much does it cost and which tour to take? I have all the info for you right in this post!
If you only have one day on vacation in Arizona, then make it a good one. See how you can fit all this in one memorable day: a sunrise scene flight over the Grand Canyon, Upper Antelope Canyon guided tour and rafting trip down the Colorado River through Horseshoe Bend. Impressive, eh?
Everything you need to know about visiting Lower Antelope Canyon (and how it compares to Upper Antelope Canyon) can be found here: http://www.escapingabroad.com/blog/lower-antelope-canyon/ Antelope Canyon in Arizona is one of the most unique and beautiful slot canyons and natural formations in the entire world. With tourists flocking from across the globe to visit get the information you need to know before you go here!
Guide and tips to visiting the Lower Antelope Canyon in Arizona. Located in the Native American Indians land of the Navajo Nation, its Navajo name is Hasdestwazi, or “spiral rock arches” and you’ll see just how magical it is on this photographic journey with us.