Is Upper or Lower Antelope Canyon better for photography?

There has been proof that Upper Antelope Canyon is better for photography because there are the famous light beams that shine down through the canyon. Although, Jake and I were able to snap some great light shining through the canyon in Lower Antelope Canyon (photographed above).

Can you take pictures in Lower Antelope Canyon?

Best Time to Visit Lower Antelope Canyon From March to September, the early morning (7:45 AM to 10:45 AM) and late afternoon (from 2:15 pm to the last tour of the day) are the best times for photography lighting. From October to February, due to the changing position of the sun for the winter months.

Can you take pictures in Antelope Canyon?

Antelope Canyon is one of those places that you just want to photograph, even if it’s been done a million times. The colors of the sandstone, as vibrant as they are in photographs is something that you also have to see for yourself to believe it.

What is the difference between Antelope Canyon and Antelope slot canyon?

Antelope Canyon is located in Page, Arizona. Both slot canyons are located on Navajo lands and can only be visited on a tour. Tim and I toured both canyons on the same day in early May 2017. We had a great experience at both of them and we each had our favorite.

What is the best time to photograph Antelope Canyon?

Mid-day(11am-1pm) between the months of March and October is the best time to photograph these slots, with the shafts of light shining down from the openings above. There are photography tours available in both upper and lower canyons. Even though it’s a little expensive than the ordinary tour, it’s totally worth it.

How far apart are Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon?

7.5 miles apart
It’s one of the most photogenic slot canyons, and it has two different sections, Upper Antelope Canyon and Lower Antelope Canyon. At a mere 7.5 miles apart, outdoor enthusiasts, photographers, and tourists can see both of these amazing canyons in the same day, without having to walk 7.5 mile distance between the two!

Does it cost to see Horseshoe Bend?

Horseshoe Bend entrance fee Currently, the cost is $5 for motorcycles and $10 for all other passenger vehicles and you can pay at the visitor center. For commercial vans with a capacity of 14 people or less, the cost of admission is $10.

Can you tour Antelope Canyon on your own?

There are no self-guided hikes into the Antelope Canyon. It is completely restricted to tours only, you cannot be left alone, and our tour guides will be providing you with a fully guided tour.

Can you go to Horseshoe Bend without a tour?

Short Answer: Yes! It is possible to visit Horseshoe Bend without a tour or guide. Many visitors to Horseshoe Bend make a point to see the neighboring Antelope Canyon, which requires you to book a tour through a certified Navajo tour company.