Upper Antelope Canyon Ticket and Guided Walking Tour from Las Vegas
- The Upper Antelope Canyon in North Arizona is a must-visit destination for nature photographers
- Learn why the Navajo Tribe call it “Tsé bighánílíní”, which means “the place where water runs through rocks”
- Upon arrival, you will step into the desert and enter an amazing fantasy land of colorful stones
- If you take this tour between April and September, you will see the canyon’s famous light beams
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What to expect
If you love taking scenic pictures and happen to be going on a trip to Las Vegas, then join this exciting tour and explore one of the must-visit destinations for nature photographers, the Upper Antelope Canyon! This American natural treasure is famous for its colorful and intricate rock formations and walls that look like rippling waters. This unique characteristic is the reason why the Navajo Tribe gave this section of the canyon the name “Tsé bighánílíní,” which means “the place where water runs through rocks.” You’ll learn more about this as well as other stories surrounding the canyon from your Navajo tour guide. It’s also known for the beautiful light beams that only appear between April and September. If you take this tour on those months, these shafts of sunlight can be seen as you walk through winding paths.