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Total Tour Duration from hotel pick-up to hotel drop-off
Approximately 11-12 hours
Round Trip Flight Duration
Approximately 3 hours (1.5 hours each way)
Time spent in Page, Arizona
Approximately 6 hours
Passengers can receive complimentary shuttle service from most major Las Vegas hotels.
Check in at the air terminal before departure
Flight to Page, Arizona
Capture bird’s-eye view photos of Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, and Glen Canyon before reaching Page, Arizona.
Arrival & Transfer
Flight lands at the Page Municipal Airport. Shuttle awaits for transport to the ground tour.
Arrive at Horseshoe Bend and make a short hike to reach the overlook.
Passengers will provided a meal before the start of the Antelope Canyon tour.
Tour is led by an experienced guide. Explore the depths of this slot canyon beneath the earth’s surface and capture photos of the twisting sandstone walls.
Return Flight and Hotel Drop-off
Return flight to Boulder City, Nevada. Upon landing, passengers will be provided return transfers to their hotel.
Take off on an unforgettable excursion to one of the most incredible natural locations in the world! This scenic airplane ride leaves from Boulder City, Nevada and heads to Page, Arizona. Enjoy aerial sights of Lake Mead, Hoover Dam, Vermilion Cliffs, and Glen Canyon. Arrive at Page where ground transportation awaits to provide transfers to some of the world-famous sightseeing destinations. Your ground excursion begins with a visit to Horseshoe Bend. Make the short hike to the edge and see the world-famous twist in the Colorado River. A light lunch will be provided before continuing to Antelope Canyon.
The highlight of the day is a fully-guided tour of Antelope Canyon. You descend stairs to the canyon floor for remarkable photo opportunities of the undulating rock walls. Lucky guests may even have the opportunity to glimpse the rare light shafts beaming through the narrow walls.
Please note: Due to the rough terrain and incline at Horseshoe Bend and the sandy footing and stairs to reach the bottom of Antelope Canyon, this tour is not wheelchair-accessible. Sturdy shoes are highly recommended.