What is in Dine Land Experience?
Dine Land is the unique experience that will submerge you into the Navajo Nation landscapes and its culture. For two journeys you will be guided throw the 7 different activities that better describe the Diné. (Itinerary)
What is Antelope Canyon?
Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon on the east of Lychee, Arizona. It includes several slot canyons sections, including the Secret Antelope Canyon and Lower Antelope Canyon. Each section of the Antelope Canyon has history, so your tour guide will have lots to share.
Is it possible visit to the Canyon on our own?
No, all Canyon tours require you to book a tour with a tour guide and to have a tour guide to be present with guest at all times.
What time zone are you in?
We follow Arizona Standard Time (MST). We share the same time as the City of Page, Flagstaff, Grand Canyon, and Phoenix. During Daylight Savings (March 8th to November 1st 2020) guest will experience a time change driving through the Navajo Reservation and the state of Utah. Your electronic devices will take that into consideration and move 1 hour ahead.
Can I ride horseback or go on the Antelope Canyon tour if pregnant?
It’s up to you. However, we don’t recommend it due to the potential for falls or rough roads.
What should I bring?
In general, bring whatever you would typically bring to a vacation. We recommend also including comfortable shoes and athletic clothing.
Are restrooms accessible during the tour?
No. Restroom facilities are not available during our tours. We recommend you use the facilities prior to boarding the tour truck. We will be traveling through primitive, natural landscapes. If you have the urgent need to go during the tour, our guides will be happy to point you in the direction of a large bush to stand or squat behind.
How soon do we need to arrive before each tour?
This depends on each tour. You’ll receive all the necessary information with your tickets.
What should I wear?
During winter months, we recommend warm clothing. You will likely be in an open-air tour truck and traveling up to 40 MPH for the first 5 minutes. It can feel frigid. Layering is always a good idea. The summer season can be very warm, and a t-shirt and shorts are most common. Closed toe shoes are preferred but sandals are fine too if you’re comfortable with sand between your toes.
How old do children have to be?
For safety reasons, most tours only allow children 6 years or older. And while children can come at parents’ discretion, careful consideration is recommended.
Can my child ride on horseback?
Children should be at least 6 and accompanied by an adult.
Do you have kid prices?
Yes, please check prices on the booking page.
How many passengers can fit in the helicopter?
6 + Pilot.
What’s the best time to visit horseshoe bend?
The best time is entirely up to you because the canyon is beautiful all day long. You can typically expect more yellow, orange, and bright colors in the morning, and in the afternoon, redder and magenta.
Is a tripod allowed?
Yes, the tours allow photography as long as you respect other guests and do not obstruct or disturb their trip.
Can I bring a drone?
No. The Navajo Parks and Recreation do not allow drones to be flown in these sensitive areas.
Can we bring pets?
No, pets are not allowed on the tours. This includes service, therapeutic and personal pets. No kennel service is provided due to COVID-19.