Join us on a 4.5 hour Antelope Canyon Kayak tour. With our knowledgeable and experienced guides you will paddle approximately 2.5 miles in (5 miles round trip) to where the water ends, from there you will hike through the beautiful slot canyon which is only accessible by water.
Situated near Page, Arizona, on Navajo land, Antelope Canyon is a mesmerizing natural slot canyon and a celebrated landmark in the American Southwest.
Famous for its extraordinary twisting corridors and striking formations such as fins, stalactites, and various speleothems, Antelope Canyon spans around 30 miles and is divided into four key sections. These sections include the well-known Upper and Lower Antelope Canyons and the less frequented Canyon X and Secret Antelope Canyon.
Formed over thousands of years by the forces of seasonal floods and wind, the canyon’s slender pathways stretch several hundred feet from its entrance. Renowned globally as one of the most spectacular slot canyons, Antelope Canyon is revered for its breathtaking beauty and distinctive geological structures.
Lake Powell, a man-made reservoir located on the Colorado River, is a key attraction nestled along the Utah-Arizona border. This artificial lake, resulting from the Glen Canyon Dam flooding Glen Canyon, is an integral component of the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.
Celebrated as an idyllic destination for those seeking outdoor adventures and a connection with nature, Lake Powell is the United States’ second-largest artificial reservoir. It covers an expansive area of 653 square kilometers with a depth reaching up to 177.6 meters, and has the capacity to hold about 31,041 million cubic meters of water.
Each year, roughly two million visitors are captivated by Lake Powell’s extensive waters and picturesque landscape, making it a favored spot for both adventure and relaxation.
All our tour guides are professionally certified through the American Canoe Association (ACA) and the Professional Stand Up Paddle Association (PSUPA) for instruction, guiding, and water-safety. Each guide is first aid and CPR certified. Lake Powell Paddleboards and Kayaks holds a legal CUA Permit with Glen Canyon National Park Service.
At the end of your tour if you feel your guide did an outstanding job and provided you with an exceptional experience please note that tipping your guide is not expected but is greatly appreciated!