Visit two of the most iconic landscapes in the American Southwest! Travel in luxury on this private tour and experience the unique landscapes of the region. The journey begins with a drive up the beautiful Oak Creek Canyon, past Flagstaff and then across the open plains of Navajo land ... More info ›
Visit two of the most iconic landscapes in the American Southwest! Travel in luxury on this private tour and experience the unique landscapes of the region. The journey begins with a drive up the beautiful Oak Creek Canyon, past Flagstaff and then across the open plains of Navajo land. Antelope Canyon is a narrow canyon with breathtaking shapes in its interior, created by natural forces. The only visible light shines down from a gap above, and at certain times of the day shafts of sunlight pierce the apex of the canyon and illuminate the vibrant colors of the sandstone chambers below.
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Stop At: Antelope Canyon, Navajo Tribal Park, Page, AZ 86040
Antelope Canyon is a profoundly moving visual, and to some a spiritual experience, considered the most beautiful sandstone canyon of Northern Arizona. The canyon’s subtle but striking colors change from palettes of orange, purple, yellow, gold and blue colors. With walls carved by wind and water, it is truly a unique sight to explore. A local guide will lead us through Antelope Canyon, which is located on the Navajo Nation.
Duration: 3 hours
Stop At: Horseshoe Bend, Mile Marker 545, Highway 89, Page, AZ 86040
Your First Class Guide will make all arrangements for you to ensure a memorable, cultural experience. A visit to Horseshoe Bend on the Colorado River is another photographers’ favorite stop and is also a part of the adventure.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, 691 Scenic View Drive, Page, AZ 86040
Glen Canyon Dam is a concrete arch-gravity dam on the Colorado River in northern Arizona, United States, near the town of Page. The 710-foot (220 m) high dam was built by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (USBR) from 1956 to 1966 and forms Lake Powell, one of the largest man-made reservoirs in the U.S. with a capacity of 27 million acre feet (33 km3). The dam is named for Glen Canyon, a series of deep sandstone gorges now flooded by the reservoir; Lake Powell is named for John Wesley Powell, who in 1869 led the first expedition to traverse the Colorado's Grand Canyon by boat.
Duration: 1 hour