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Our Monument Valley TLC Tour

At Dixie’s Lower Antelope Canyon Tours we are so excited to announce the comeback of our Monument Valley TLC Tour. This tour is back by popular demand and we could not be more excited. Our professional staff is ready to take you on a fabulous day of fun and adventure. Monument Valley is the perfect spot to tour because there are a lot of different things to do and see. Luckily these locations are close enough that we can see them in one day.

This tour is an 8 hour-long tour. It is going to be an all-day tour so get ready to have some serious fun. Snacks and water are provided. It is important to remember that guests will have to pay for lunch. You may also want to pack some extra snacks, water, and anything else that you might need. Keep reading to find out all of the details of this amazing tour.

 

Who Goes to Monument Valley?

 

You! We want you to come on this tour and see these great sites with us. If you have any friends or family you should bring them along as well. Traveling with friends and loved ones is great and a good way to build relationships. If you are traveling solo, our hats go off to you. Traveling solo is a great way to explore and discover new places. It also allows you to become more grounded with yourself and take time to relax and have fun.

We try to keep this tour group size small. We understand the stress and annoyance that can come from a huge tour group with one tour guide. Since this group is smaller it means that the tour groups tend to fill up fast. This is one of the main reasons that there is limited availability for each date.

A quick note to those that are traveling with kids. We do ask that if you are traveling with anyone that is 7 years of age or younger to give our reservation specialist a call. They can be reached at 928-640-1761. Be sure to give us a call before you make the reservation.

 

What is Monument Valley?

 

This is the question everyone wants an answer to. What does this tour even include? Is it what I want to see while I am in the Monument Valley area? Will it fit within my vacation itinerary? These are all great questions because they should be asked. You want to know about the tour so you do not have to cancel last minute or make different plans.

This tour focuses on the three destinations: Lower Antelope Canyon, Navajo National Monument, and Monument Valley. At 12:30 pm we will take some time to stop at Goulding’s Stagecoach Restaurant for lunch. There will be plenty of time for you to walk around and explore the destinations that we visit.

 

When Should I go?

 

Since this tour is an all-day tour, we like to get a head start. This way we are not getting home in the middle of the night. It also allows you to have enough time to get back to your hotel or place you are staying. Our tour will end at the same place we started, at our office in Page, Arizona.

Our tours in the spring and summer start a little earlier, usually around 7:15 and 7:45 am. This way you are not out exploring during the heat of the day. During the winter and fall months, you can sleep in a little bit because we leave at 8:15 and 8:45 am.  

Where is Monument Valley?

 

One of the best things about this tour that people love is that you only have to worry about one spot. That spot is where you need to meet for the tour pickup. Leave the tour bus, and driving, to us; we have got you covered. This allows you to kick back, relax, and enjoy the desert scenery.  You are responsible for making sure that you get to the meeting location on time. After that feel free to enjoy yourself and take a nap during the bus ride.

So where do you have to go? All you have to worry about is going to the meeting spot. Our meeting spot for this tour is our main office. The office address is 50 South Lake Powell Boulevard. After you find our office, be sure to check-in and meet with your tour guide. From the office, your tour guide will take over as you get on the bus.  

How do I Visit?

 

This tour will be by bus. You will need to get yourself to Dixie’s Lower Antelope Canyon Tours Office. It is located in Page, Arizona, a small town that is the closest town to Antelope Canyon. This is the perfect meeting spot because it allows you to explore a town that is steeped in local culture and history. Give yourself time to find parking and find the office.

We hope that you can come by car. It is essentially the only viable option since the land is so large and spread out. You may be able to walk to the location if you are staying in the City of Page. Be sure to get your rental car ahead of time so you are not stranded at the airport or somewhere else.

We are excited to get this tour up and going again. There is nothing better than seeing people get to explore the natural wonders of Monument Valley. Our staff wants to make sure you have a great time here in the Southwest. They are trained and extremely knowledgeable about the surrounding area and the history of the land. Your safety is our top priority here at Dixie’s Lower Antelope Canyon Tours.

With a lineup as great as this, the whole family is sure to enjoy this day trip adventure. Be sure to book your tour today because spots fill up fast. We cannot wait to see you and take you on a trip that explores some of the best natural wonders this planet has to offer.

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