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Dixie’s Lower Antelope Canyon Tours Celebrates 10-Year

Press Release: Dixie’s Lower Antelope Canyon Tours Celebrates 10-Year Dixie’s Lower Antelope Canyon Tours is celebrating a decade of excellence in guided tours, marking a significant milestone in their journey as a leader in the tourism industry. Over the past ten years, Dixie’s has consistently provided top-notch guided tours, offering visitors an unforgettable experience exploring…

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Facts About Native Americans
Little known facts about Native Americans

In honor of Indigenous Peoples Day, did you know…

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Happy Indigenous Peoples Day – Monday October 9

Today, we at Dixie’s Lower Antelope Tours are proud to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day, in honor of Native Americans across our country and all they have accomplished and endured.

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Just announced - Fall into Adventure
Just announced: Fall into Adventure!

Dixie’s Lower Antelope Canyon Tours is pleased to announce our Fall Special for our hugely popular, all encompassing Tį́’ Let’s Cruise Tour. The Tį́’ Let’s Cruise Tour was designed for those visitors who want to fully experience some of the awe-inspiring, world famous landmarks of the Navajo Nation through an all-day adventure. We take care…

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Understanding Navajo Hoop Dancing
Understanding Navajo Hoop Dancing

Most days, visitors to Dixie’s Lower Antelope Canyon get a pleasant surprise while they await their turn to hike through the world famous slot canyon. Lestin Fuller, a world-renowned Navajo hoop dancer, often performs to the delight of our guests prior to their tour. He has been gracious enough to perform with us for years,…

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Dixie’s Lower Antelope Canyon Tours presents: Artists on the Pavilion

Dixie’s Lower Antelope Canyon Tours is proud to announce that all throughout the Summer of 2023 – through August 28, 2023 – local Navajo artisans will be showcasing their artwork on the pavilion grounds next to our headquarters. The Artists on the Pavillion program is a fun, unique opportunity for our guests to see and…

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What antelope canyon means to the Navajo people
What Antelope Canyon Means to the Navajo People

Antelope Canyon, one of the greatest natural wonders of the world, and located within the Navajo Nation, is one of the most photographed landmarks in the world. The Navajo people have a deep spiritual connection to Antelope Canyon, which they refer to as “Tse bighanilini,” or “the place where the water runs through rocks.” According…

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Masks No Longer Mandatory for Lower Antelope Canyon

Today, Leilah Young, CEO of Dixie’s Antelope Canyon Tours, announced to guests and future tourists to Lower Antelope Canyon that the mandatory mask mandate is no longer in effect on the Navajo Nation. President Buu Nygren rescinded the mask mandate via executive order, which became effective at 5pm on January 20, 2023. As a result,…

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How to get the perfect photograph at Lower Antelope Canyon

You’ve made it! You have finally arrived at the amazing Antelope Canyon on the Navajo Nation. The slot canyon is one of the most photographed places on Earth, and you have been waiting for your own guided tour for months to finally see it with your own eyes. You’ve got your water, closed toed shoes…

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7 Top Questions About Lower Antelope Canyon Parking

Whether you plan on visiting the Lower Antelope Canyon or Upper Antelope Canyon, the vacation planning process can be overwhelming.  Like with any vacation, a trip to Antelope Canyon takes some time to coordinate. You need to determine which sites you want to see and what activities to do. Not only that but you must…

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