Planning a Trip to Lower Antelope Canyon in Arizona

Planning a trip to Arizona and going to Lower Antelope Canyon:

Planning a Trip to Arizona

Arizona is a great place for any traveler. There are a number of scenic canyons, culture, and food. Whether you are interested in exploring different museums or want to get out and try some new experiences, Arizona offers all of it. This destination is a good mix of adventure and relaxation, making it perfect for different travelers or family road trips.

Generally, the weather is warmer there and can get extremely hot during the summer months. To make sure you get the best experience, you will want to do some planning before you go on your trip. This is especially true if you are traveling internationally or have never been to Arizona or the surrounding region. 

Your goal is to be as prepared beforehand so you can really enjoy the environment and get the most out of your vacation. The worst thing that could happen is you are on your vacation and spend over half of your time planning or worrying about where you are going to sleep or what you are going to eat. Now let us dive into some tips and tricks for coming to Arizona and visiting the Lower Antelope Canyon.

 

Here are five things you should consider while planning your trip:

 

Plan Ahead

Major monuments and parks are going to fill up fast. If you are set on seeing that place, you may find yourself staying anywhere from 30 minutes to one hour away from your destination. This can really eat up your time, which means you can’t see as much as you want to. Usually what ends up happening is you have to cut something out of your travel plans, which is frustrating and disappointing. 

To prevent this you are going to want to plan ahead. It seems simple enough but it will take time and cannot be done the night before or even the week before. You want to get work off, know where you are staying, how you are going to get there, and how you are going to stay safe.

Another thing to keep in mind is that a lot of major attractions do require tours or an official guide. These tours are going to fill up just as fast as lodging, so the sooner you book it, the better.

 

Where to Go in Arizona

Arizona is a state and it is big. You could spend your whole entire life exploring this state. You may have several weeks or just a couple of days. Either way, you will want to know where you are going so you can narrow down what you are going to do. 

There are a lot of different things that Arizona has to offer. There are a lot of national parks and canyons. The nightlife and food scene are great. What do you want to do? Are you more of an outdoor person or do you prefer staying in an air-conditioned building? These are the kinds of questions you want to be asking yourself. 

We feel Page, Arizona is a great start for the first time of coming. 

 

Plan Some Activities

Yes, you will want to plan some, but not all of your activities. It is perfectly acceptable to have some downtime or relaxation time during your vacation. You are on vacation, you do not want to go home and need a vacation from your vacation. Pace yourself. 

You do not need to be up from 6 am until midnight every day that you are there. You may want to spend a day exploring a national park and have a quiet evening in. Also, you could also have a nice, slow day and go out in the evening to experience the bar and club scene. The important thing is that you have a good time without stressing yourself out. The one activity that you need to do is go to Lower Antelope Canyon. It provides a ton of great pictures and new experiences for all.

 

What to Do When You Get There

The saying ‘the world is your oyster’ definitely applies to this situation. There are a number of food tours and even bar crawls that you could try. If you are not the biggest foodie, you can go visit amazing local museums and take in the art. You may even want to be adventurous and take a slot canyon tour. Depending on the time of year, you could try out painting, hot air balloon rides, and even authentic cooking classes.

We feel going to the Lower Antelope Canyon is a surreal and awesome experience that is a must-see. The canyon is great for an anytime experience. The thrill of seeing the Lower Antelope Canyon is a new experience every time. The sightseeing tour we provide is an all-walking tour from beginning to end. It descends down five flights of stairs. The hike provides for unseen beauty within the Navajo Nation. We want this part of your trip to be what you want it to be. Some people do it on their own and others with their family. 

 

Where to Stay

This is going to be a topic that you need to figure out before you leave. If you want to stay at a campground, you will need to book that month, even years, in advance. Different holidays and weekends will fill up more quickly than others, so plan wisely. 

For the savvy traveler, hostels or even AirBNB’s have some great options that are relatively inexpensive. If you want something a little nicer, you can search for hotels, but keep in mind that you will want to see pictures of where it is located, the amenities, and the state of the room.

Conclusion 

Planning a trip can be an exciting and stressful experience. There are ways to lessen the stress, which allows you to enjoy your trip to the fullest. We know coming to our tour at the Lower Antelope Canyon makes the trip feel less daunting as well as a great activity for all. What are some ways that you prepare for your trip before you go? Be sure to share this article with a fellow traveler or adventure partner.

 

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EMERGENCY CLOSURE

Due to the ongoing Corona Virus Pandemic, our Navajo Nation Government issued an executive order to close all parks until further notice. We are not taking reservations at this time. Keep up to date with all Canyon information by visiting our website and signing up for our email newsletter. If you have any further request or concerns, please email us at book@lowercanyontours.com.

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Leilah Young, CEO