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Page, AZ Hotels, Tours & Things to Do

Page, Arizona is the gateway city to some of the most extraordinary attractions in the great Southwest. Still one of the best kept secrets, Page is a base camp your adventures to Horeshoe Bend, Glen Canyon Dam, Antelope Canyon, river rafting down the Colorado River, Lake Powell and over ten other famous national and state parks. This locally appreciated town is starting to appear on the international map, and for good reason. Page not only offers accesss to some of the most famous, iconic attractions in the Southwest, visitors can benefit from knowledable tour guides, house boat rentals and shops equipped to outfit your own self-guided expeditions. New city developments are on the horizon to make Page more accessible to visitos coming from larger cities across the country. But for now, this quaint and uniquely positioned city eagerly awaits to welcome those who make the extra trek to discover all it has to offer.

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Explore the hidden secrets of Page, AZ

Page is full of picturesque and awe-inspiring natural and man made formations. Antelope Canyon located just east of Page is a magnificent slot canyon comprised of tall, winding, sandstone walls with beams of light shining though. Everyone from photographers to Indiana Jones fans will feel the buzz this etheral place creates.

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Antelope Canyon & Horseshoe Bend Day Tour

Explore Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend on this guided day trip from Flagstaff. Meet up your Navajo guide and begin to descend into the canyon, the rays of sunlight make for beautiful photos. Later, take a 3/4-mile hike to Horseshoe Bend, where the Colorado River at one the most dramatic spans of the entire river.

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Lower Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Zion National Park ONE DAY Combined Tour

Small group tour offering a one day tour a visit to Horseshoe Bend where there will be a path for travels to walk around; then off to a stop at Glen Canyon Dam Overlook, followed by Lake Powell, finishing on paths through sandstone cliffs of cream, pink, and of Zion National Park.

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Zion, Bryce, Antelope and Grand Canyon Overnight Tour

These 4 amazing destinations are now available in a 2 day tour, for guests who might be on a time constraint. Our itinerary offers a comfortable pace and makes the most of our guest's time. Price includes all park entry fees, lodging for 1 night and some meals.

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Arizona Highlights Day Trip: Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell, and Glen Canyon with River Rafting

Explore the Grand Canyon from the land, air, and water on this full-day sightseeing adventure. Experience a 1-hour flight over the Grand Canyon’s East Rim, the Colorado River, and Lake Powell en route to Page, Arizona. Then take a 1.5-hour tour of Antelope Canyon with an American Indian guide, followed by a leisurely, 4.5-hour, motorized rafting trip along the Colorado River, including a scenic 30-minute hike and a stop to shop for Navajo crafts.

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Monument Valley Air & Ground Tour

See more of Arizona's stunning natural beauty on a comprehensive full-day tour by air and land that culminates in Monument Valley. Enjoy a scenic flight from Phoenix over Tonto National Forest, Sedona, San Francisco Peaks, the Grand Canyon and Lake Powell, before landing near Monument Valley. Then take a four-wheel drive tour with a Navajo guide to explore Monument Valley and the Navajo Tribal Park. After the 1.5-hour ground tour, try Navajo tacos for lunch before taking in more views on your return flight to Phoenix.

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Airplane Tour of Rainbow Bridge, Lake Powell and Glen Canyon Dam

Explore some of the geologic wonders along the Arizona-Utah border on this guided, 35-minute, small-group airplane tour from Page. See the amazing Rainbow Bridge National Monument, one of the world’s largest-known natural bridges. Learn about the history and geology of the area while flying over the Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell on the Colorado River, the second largest man-made reservoir in the United States.

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