July 4th at 10:00am
Parade line up begains at 8:00 am with step off at 10:00 am. Park activities begin after the parade.
While visiting Navajoland, explore the Lake Powell side of world-famous Antelope Canyon from Antelope Point Marina. One of the most photographed slot canyons of the 96 on Lake Powell, this personalized tour takes you from Antelope Point Marina down along the Colorado River's original channel to the canyon opening along sheer red rock cliffs.
There's no better way to see the best of what Lake Powell has to offer, while learning about its history and geology than stepping aboard our guided boat tours available only from Wahweap Marina at the Lake Powell Resort.
Enjoy the romance of a sunset dinner cruise, or the fascinating story of building the Glen Canyon Dam on a scenic cruise.
Our trips on scenic Lake Powell are tailored to give the angler the fishing edge.
We specialize in fly fishing but are equally proficient in conventional fishing. Bill McBurney is the holder of the first permit ever issued for the river portion of Glen Canyon Recreation at Lees Ferry.
Sacred Edge Tours provides an exclusive view of the Grand Canyon, and a personal look intro the Navajo way of life on the reservation. Sit back and take a ride in our 4X4 SUV as we journey from Highway 89 to the east rim to experience a rare view of the Grand Canyon.
Kayak Powell offers guided kayak tours and kayak rentals on Lake Powell and the Colorado River. Join us on a Lake Powell Kayak Tour or rent a kayak or canoe and experience the stunning scenery and unique geology of Glen Canyon and Lake Powell!
We are located near the south shore of Lake Powell, in the city of Page, Arizona.
Unique around town sites and sounds tours. Horseshoe Bend, Colorado Scenic Overlook, The Dam, The New Wave, Toadstools, etc.
Tandem skydiving over Lake Powell.
You can also experience scenic flight over Horseshoe Bend and Glen Canyon Dam.
Jump from 10,000 feet and enjoy a 45 sec., freefall under a peaceful canopy ride back to earth.
CURRENT SPECIAL PRICE: $249.00 (includes skydiving, video, and pictures)
Tandem Skidiving: $249.00
RENTALS ~ TOURS ~ SALES
Lake Powell Paddleboards and Kayaks is a family owned and operated Stand Up Paddle (SUP) and kayak shop located in downtown Page, AZ just minutes from Lake Powell. We offer tours from WPA Certified guides, rentals of paddleboards, kayaks and bikes
Adventurous Antelope Canyon Photo Tour (AACPT) provides quality-guided sightseeing and photographic tours into slot canyons including Upper Antelope, Owl, Rattlesnake, and Mountain Sheep. We are the only tour company that has access to three private slot canyons so you can explore them without feeling crowded or rushed.
Guided Tour to Upper Antelope Canyon - Chief Tsosie's guides know all the hot spots and they will guide you through an amazing natural wonder of Antelope Canyon. They will provide you with the secret knowledge of photographing the beams and dance with the sand.
The Sightseeing Tours last between 1 to 2 hrs. Keep in mind, wait time for entry into the canyon may vary between 1 to 3 hours during peak season and may be in the sun. Sightseeing Tours are an all walking tour from beginning to end. Visitors will be walking just over 1800 meters (1.1 miles roughly) round trip.
Antelope Canyon X Tour: Canyon X Hiking and Photo tours begin at MP 307.8 on Highway 98 near Page, AZ on the Navajo Nation Reservation. After parking and payment customers will be transported in a 4X4 transport vehicle 3 miles to the mouth of the Canyon X. Customers will hike 100 meters into Canyon X. At the bottom Taadidiin Tour Guides will assist customers tour the first slot canyon. Aft
Ram Head Canyon
Includes slot canyons of Mary's Gorge, Keyhole Canyon, Brandon's Trail, Secret Room Canyon,
Red Waterfall Canyon, and the Columns.
Approximately 3.5- 4 hour tour
*Please contact regarding children on this tour.
The Slot Canyon Tour
A thrilling off-road, 4x4 journey across primitive wilderness landscapes to where
you will leisurely explore and photograph one of the most beautiful slot canyons
on the Navajo Nation ...without the crowds.