So first off, in the morning as we were packing up the car getting ready to drive to Page, AZ. Brian locked the keys in the trunk. So had to wait for help. While we waited, played a game of semi-ilfe sized chess. I won 🙂
When we finally got out of the jam, stopped for breakfast at the Coffee Pot Restaurant where they are famed for having 101 different combinations of omelettes. Even a peanut butter jelly and banana omelette.
Finally arrived at the Antelope Canyon Navajo Tours location. We visited just the upper canyon part during a 4pm tour.
Drove around 3 miles through the sand to get to the entrance of the canyon.
The guides were very informative. They even told you what settings to put your camera and iPhone’s on to get the best quality pictures. Can you see the bear in this angle?
Out in less than an hour or so. The total walking distance is less than a mile. So pretty quick tour. Just stopped to take pictures basically was taking up most of the time.
His face… LOL
Overall, I would say Antelope Canyons definitely worth a visit. But the main attraction is just all about taking pictures.
Glen Canyon Dam
Horseshoe Bend was a pretty amazing site to take it all in and enjoy a nice sunset. It’s massive and a beautiful natural wonder.
We stayed a good two hours there just enjoying the view.
The sunset view from our hotel that night. The clouds in Arizona are interesting. They’re like misty and feels like dropping down to earth.