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Lake Powell Boat Tour: Antelope Canyon

Lake Powell Boat Tour: Antelope Canyon - Page, Arizona

Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Page, Arizona

From USD
$69.39

Enjoy gliding through narrow Antelope Canyon on Lake Powell while exploring the richness of geologic time in this region. This cruise leaves Wahweap Bay, following the original path of the mighty Colorado River this famed canyon, located on the Navajo Nation ... More info ›

Enjoy gliding through narrow Antelope Canyon on Lake Powell while exploring the richness of geologic time in this region. This cruise leaves Wahweap Bay, following the original path of the mighty Colorado River this famed canyon, located on the Navajo Nation. The Antelope Canyon Tour is approximately 1.5 hours in duration. 

But don't stop there!
Choose the Canyons Adventures Tour and sail another 6 miles up lake to Navajo Canyon, an exciting example of "Navajo Tapestry," the mix of colors found on its sandstone walls. Deep purples, burnt reds & oranges, and shiny blues are created by a natural mineral process, resulting in a "tapestry" of visual experience. This special patina takes centuries to form, and is in a constant state of change. The Canyons Adventures Tour is approximately 2.5-3 hours in duration.

During your 90 minute journey to the side canyon, your crew will share with you, via public address system and personal discussions, many compelling stories rich in the cultural and natural history of this region. You will pass a number of important landmarks, including Glen Canyon Dam.

Approximately 4-miles past the Dam your crew will maneuver the tour vessel into Antelope Canyon. This high-walled Navajo Sandstone side-arm of Lake Powell is famous for not only its coloration, but also for its slot canyons, found at its head, about two miles east. During heavy summer rain, this canyon is known to experience flash flooding, due to its narrow width and high walls. Upon departing this canyon, you will notice how well your crew turns the large vessel 180-degrees in the tight space!

While the tour returns to Wahweap via the same route, the 45 minute homeward journey permits you to hear more of the crew's stories, spend time talking with others, relax and absorb for yourself the day's experience, or make your own additional discoveries as the vessel heads for port.

Choose the Canyons Adventures Tour and sail another 6 miles up lake to Navajo Canyon.

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Lake Powell Boat Tour: Rainbow Bridge Tour

Lake Powell Boat Tour: Rainbow Bridge Tour - Page, Arizona

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Page, Arizona

From USD
$167.79

Enjoy cruising 50 miles of unique Lake Powell shoreline to Rainbow Bridge National Monument, one of the largest known natural bridges in the world. The bridge extends 290' into the sky and 275' across Bridge Canyon. Witness firsthand the power of wind and water in their role that sculpted this remarkable landscape ... More info ›

Enjoy cruising 50 miles of unique Lake Powell shoreline to Rainbow Bridge National Monument, one of the largest known natural bridges in the world. The bridge extends 290' into the sky and 275' across Bridge Canyon. Witness firsthand the power of wind and water in their role that sculpted this remarkable landscape.

Tour Highlights:

  • Warm Creek Bay - Pass through Warm Creek Bay and see all the extensive sandy beaches and coves, depending on water levels.
  • Padre Bay - Experience picturesque Padre Bay, which is the largest bay on Lake Powell.
  • Dangling Rope Marina - Visit Dangling Rope Marina, our mid-lake marina only accessible via water.
  • Rainbow Bridge National Monument - Walk to and explore Rainbow Bridge National Monument, the world's largest known natural bridge.

For those looking for a relaxing way to spend the entire day on Lake Powell and to experience the geologic and spiritual wonder of Rainbow Bridge, this tour offers you the opportunity to relax and take it all in. Your US Coast Guard licensed Captain and crew will host you as you skim along the smooth waters of Lake Powell, 50 miles up the original path of the Colorado River, from Wahweap Bay to Rainbow Bridge National Monument. En route, your crew will share with you, via public address system and personal discussions, many compelling stories rich in the cultural and natural history of this region. You will sail pass numerous famous landmarks, and witness first-hand the power of wind and water and their role in sculpting the remarkable landscape. The 3-hour up Lake Journey permits you time to explore why Glen Canyon is such a special place.

At Rainbow Bridge National Monument, you will walk a maintained, fairly easy trail 1 1/4 mile to Rainbow Bridge. The bridge itself reaches 290 feet into the sky, and its 275 foot span is supported on each side by its own canyon. While the bridge is visually amazing, your visit to the monument is also your opportunity to stand in the shadows of native peoples who have celebrated the spirit and sacredness of this place for centuries. You may wish to take the time to explore many of the meanings the monument has to share.

You will spend about 1 1/4 hours at the Bridge then make the return 1 1/4 mile hike to the tour vessel. After departing, as your crew winds the vessel back through canyons and waterways, you may hear more stories regarding this region's human and natural history.
While the tour returns to Wahweap via the same route, the homeward journey permits you to hear more of the crew's stories, spend time talking with others, relax and absorb for yourself the day's experience, or make your own additional discoveries as the vessel heads for port.
IMPORTANT: Due to the lake level, a 1 1-4-mile walk/hike (each way) is required both to and from Rainbow Bridge (total walking distance = 2 to 3 miles). We suggest you wear tennis or hiking shoes for the trail. We do not recommend this tour for our wheelchair guests or for strollers.

Length: 6 Hours. Due to fluctuating water levels, this tour may take longer than planned.

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Shuttle Between Grand Canyon South Rim and Page-Lake Powell

Shuttle Between Grand Canyon South Rim and Page-Lake Powell - Page, Arizona

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Page, Arizona

From USD
$80.00

Travel between the town of Page, Arizona and the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.  Choose a daily one way between these two amazing destinations or a roundtrip shuttle starting and ending in Page.  Plan your trip to enjoy the deepest and widest part of the Grand Canyon in Grand Canyon Village or explore the Page area with Lake Powell, Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend.

This transfer is a great option if you need transportation between Page, Arizona the Grand Canyon National Park.

Transfers departing Page will depart at 8:30am arriving around 12pm inside the Grand Canyon National Park at Bright Angel Lodge leaving you the rest of your day for exploring ... More info ›

Travel between the town of Page, Arizona and the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.  Choose a daily one way between these two amazing destinations or a roundtrip shuttle starting and ending in Page.  Plan your trip to enjoy the deepest and widest part of the Grand Canyon in Grand Canyon Village or explore the Page area with Lake Powell, Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend.

This transfer is a great option if you need transportation between Page, Arizona the Grand Canyon National Park.

Transfers departing Page will depart at 8:30am arriving around 12pm inside the Grand Canyon National Park at Bright Angel Lodge leaving you the rest of your day for exploring. You can schedule your return transfer for the same day or a future date. Return transfers leave the Grand Canyon at 2:30pm local time, with a 1-hour stop at the Cameron Trading Post arriving in Page around 7:15pm depending on local traffic.

Transportation is by air-conditioned coach with room for luggage.

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Arizona Desert Helicopter Tour Including Tower Butte Landing

Arizona Desert Helicopter Tour Including Tower Butte Landing - Page, Arizona
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Duration: 40 minutes
Location: Page, Arizona

From USD
$248.99

Delight in remarkable views of Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell and Horseshoe Bend on a 20-minute morning or afternoon round-trip helicopter flight from Page, Arizona. Land atop Tower Butte, a stunning rock formation on Navajo Indian land, for panoramic views of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area ... More info ›

Delight in remarkable views of Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell and Horseshoe Bend on a 20-minute morning or afternoon round-trip helicopter flight from Page, Arizona. Land atop Tower Butte, a stunning rock formation on Navajo Indian land, for panoramic views of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. Learn about Navajo history and culture, and capture amazing photos of the rugged, colorful landscape before returning to Page. This small-group tour is limited to six people for a more intimate experience.

Land atop the magnificent butte and disembark to enjoy stunning views in every direction. Learn about Navajo history and culture from your pilot and take photos of the surrounding landscape during your 20-minute stop. From your vantage point high above the desert, see Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell, Glen Canyon Recreation Area and the intricately layered rock formations of the Grand Staircase. Your short but scenic small-group tour ends with your return helicopter ride to Page, Arizona.

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Lake Powell and Horseshoe Bend Airplane Air Only Tour

Lake Powell and Horseshoe Bend Airplane Air Only Tour - Page, Arizona

Duration: 30 minutes
Location: Page, Arizona

From USD
$109.99

Departing from Page Municipal Airport, enjoy an approximate 30 minute fixed-wing airplane flight over the orange and red hues of the southwestern desert.  The large over-sized windows of the aircraft provide awe-inspiring panoramic views of Lake Powell, Glen Canyon and Horseshoe Bend.  The Page Airport Terminal is located at 238 Tenth Avenue, Suite 8, Page, AZ 86040. There is plenty of complimentary parking at the Page Municipal Airport.

The beautiful blue water surrounded by nearly 2,000 miles of shoreline makes up Lake Powell.  Lake Powell was shaped by the Colorado River with a labyrinth of numerous water-filled canyons ... More info ›

Departing from Page Municipal Airport, enjoy an approximate 30 minute fixed-wing airplane flight over the orange and red hues of the southwestern desert.  The large over-sized windows of the aircraft provide awe-inspiring panoramic views of Lake Powell, Glen Canyon and Horseshoe Bend.  The Page Airport Terminal is located at 238 Tenth Avenue, Suite 8, Page, AZ 86040. There is plenty of complimentary parking at the Page Municipal Airport.

The beautiful blue water surrounded by nearly 2,000 miles of shoreline makes up Lake Powell.  Lake Powell was shaped by the Colorado River with a labyrinth of numerous water-filled canyons. One of these formations is the famous Horseshoe Bend, named after its shape, but remembered by it’s beauty. The finest views are available by an approximate 30 minute fixed-winged airplane flight soaring just above the ancient landscapes. The aircraft is equipped with panoramic windows that enhance photo opportunities and leave you behold the color rich canyon walls, Glen Canyon, Lake Powell and river bend that was carved thousands of years ago.

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Airplane Tour of Rainbow Bridge, Lake Powell and Glen Canyon Dam

Airplane Tour of Rainbow Bridge, Lake Powell and Glen Canyon Dam - Page, Arizona
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Duration: 35 minutes
Location: Page, Arizona

From USD
$139.99

Enjoy the thrill of an airplane flight over Rainbow Bridge National Monument and Lake Powell in a comfortable airplane with panoramic windows. Sit back and admire views of Utah's Rainbow Bridge National Monument — one of the world's largest natural arches — and Lake Powell, a placid reservoir created by Glen Canyon Dam ... More info ›

Enjoy the thrill of an airplane flight over Rainbow Bridge National Monument and Lake Powell in a comfortable airplane with panoramic windows. Sit back and admire views of Utah's Rainbow Bridge National Monument — one of the world's largest natural arches — and Lake Powell, a placid reservoir created by Glen Canyon Dam. In-flight narration provides facts and history on these popular sights as you capture photos. This short, scenic tour departs from Page, Arizona — about 140 miles (225 km) away from the Grand Canyon.

Board your comfortable, fixed-wing airplane at Page Municipal Airport in Arizona. Enjoy unobstructed views through oversized windows as you fly over Arizona and Utah's rich and varied landscape and listen to narration about the sights you see.

Marvel at lovely Rainbow Bridge National Monument — one of the world's largest natural arches — as you learn about the geologic forces that shaped this impressive rock formation that's sacred to nearby American Indian tribes.

Your aerial tour also offers fantastic views of Lake Powell, a sprawling reservoir on the Arizona-Utah border created by the Glen Canyon Dam. Take your share of photos on your 35-minute flight before touching down at the airport in Page, Arizona.

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