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2 hour Antelope Canyon Photo Tour

2 hr guided photography boat tour featuring Antelope Canyon, Glen Canyon Dam, and Wahweap Bay. More info

$159 per passenger  

Private water sports boat tour.

 Includes: wake boarding, wake sports, water skiing, knee boarding, swimming. More info

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2 hour private sunset photography boat tour.

Capture golden hour and stunning silhouettes of the surrounding mesa and butte landscapes.

$599 per group (up to 6 passengers)

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"Highlight of our entire trip even above the Grand Canyon plane ride! A must do for anyone in Page! You won’t be disappointed."

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2hr Antelope Canyon Photo Tour

Unleash your inner photographer as you embark on our small group guided photography boat tour through Antelope Canyon, immersing yourself in the awe-inspiring beauty of its natural rock formations and captivating lighting conditions. Antelope Canyon is renowned as one of the most iconic destinations for photographers, and our excursion ensures that you can capture its stunning essence without the hassle of large crowds on enclosed boats. We provide open bow boats with limited passenger capacity, prioritizing your comfort and allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the panoramic views that unfold before you. Our exclusive photo excursion offers the opportunity to capture the scenic walls of Antelope Canyon, the majestic Glen Canyon Dam, and the breathtaking beauty of Wahweap Bay. Our friendly captains will be there to assist you in capturing incredible photos and portraits. They might even let you curate the playlist for an added personal touch. Your photos and footage are guaranteed to make a lasting impression on your social platforms! Additionally, during the warmer months from June - September, you are welcome to bring a towel and take a refreshing swim in Antelope Canyon.   Read more

$159 per a dult  

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Private Water Sports Boat Tours

Say goodbye to the hassles of boating as we take care of everything for you. No need to tow your boat to the lake, launch it, or navigate unfamiliar waters. We will meet you at the dock and provide a skilled captain, refreshing drinks, and an unforgettable experience aboard our Axis wake surf boat. Our private water sports tours are fully customizable to cater to your interests, whether you want to learn how to surf, wakeboard, kneeboard, or water ski while enjoying the breathtaking panoramic views of the spectacular canyons on Lake Powell.

With over 40 years of combined boating experience on Lake Powell, our captains are here to share their unique perspective and show you the lake like no one else can. Rest assured, our captains are not only US Coast Guard licensed, insured, and permitted by the National Parks Service, but they also hold certifications in USA water sports instruction, CPR, and first aid. So, sit back, relax, and let us handle all the details while you make lasting memories on the water.  Read more

Starting at $899

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Combo Package

We have collaborated with local, Navajo-owned companies to curate fully planned itineraries with a variety of activities in the Page and Lake Powell area. We understand the challenges of planning, so we have simplified the process by offering carefully selected options for you to customize your experience. To explore and book the various activities available, simply click on the "More Info" button for detailed information and convenient booking options.

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Great Tours Better Memories

Welcome to ken's tours.

Ken’s Tours aims to offer an intimate and personal experience within Lower Antelope Canyon, where knowledgeable guides provide historical insights and stories, attracting photographers, tourists, and visitors worldwide.

The canyon’s mesmerizing views transform as sunlight filters through, creating a breathtaking interplay of colors, light, and shadows on its stone walls. Known as Hasdeztwazi or “Spiral Rock Arches” in Navajo, Lower Antelope Canyon’s formation over millions of years by water and wind has resulted in its stunning textures and shapes.

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General tours.

General Tours: Take a guided tour through Lower Antelope Canyon. Learn about the geology, history, and culture of the Navajo people who live near the canyon.

Deluxe Tours

Deluxe Tours: Enjoy a guided tour learning about the geology, history of Lower Antelope Canyon, and hear about the culture of local Navajo people.

Combination Package

Combination Package: Choose from the half-day, full-day, or 2-day bundle. A Half day could include a guided walking tour through Lower Antelope Canyon operated by Ken's Tours.

Tour Nature's Masterpiece

Ken’s Tours, we offer a variety of tour packages and experiences of Nature’s Masterpiece. With our knowledgeable guides and our focus on customer satisfaction, at Ken’s Tours we provide memorable and informative adventures for visitors looking to explore different destinations. Whether it’s a guided sightseeing tour or an outdoor adventure, here at Ken’s Tours we are dedicated to providing a top-notch experience for all our customers.

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Place To Rest

Hyatt place. from hyatt place page / lake powell, you have boundless views of arizona's desert landscape.

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Place To Eat

Rimview terrace. rimview terrace offers elevated menu selections with an american traditional touch..

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Have Some Fun

Experience lake powell on a private boat ride filled with water sports activities like wakeboarding, water skiing, and paddle boarding..

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The Wild West

Tower butte trail rides. get a taste of the wild west by riding horseback to the remarkable tower butte..

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Check out fitness odyssey with all standard workout equipment so you don't miss a workout while you’re on vacation..

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Kayak the colorado. kayak through horseshoe bend along the colorado river., tour antelope canyon, your adventure our expertise.

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The Best Page AZ Tours

Page, Arizona is home to some of the most incredible nature in the planet, including the otherworldly Antelope Canyon, the world-famous Horseshoe Bend, the colossal Tower Butte, and Lake Powell - boasting a 2,000-mile coastline! You can visit all of these fantastic destinations during your trip to Page, Arizona aboard our thrilling helicopter tours and guided adventures. 

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Helicopter Tours in Page AZ

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Tower Butte Landing with Horseshoe Bend

Experience a thrilling helicopter landing atop Tower Butte combined with aerial views above Horseshoe Bend - this helicopter tour is a must for any Page AZ vacation!

From: Page/Antelope Canyon to Page/Antelope Canyon

Duration: Approximately 45-50 minutes

Features: Views of Horseshoe Bend | Views of Lake Powell | Helicopter

A Papillon Helicopter flying above Lake Powell.

Horseshoe Bend Air Tour

Get your camera ready to capture the serene beauty of Lake Powell and the world-famous curve of the Colorado River called Horseshoe Bend with this one-of-a-kind helicopter tour in Page, AZ!

Duration: Approximately 10-12 minutes

Tour by Airplane

Panoramic view from the edge of Horseshoe Bend

Horseshoe Bend Flightseeing Tour

This Page AZ helicopter tour offers passengers aerial views of the sparkling waters of Lake Powell and its 2,000 miles of shoreline. You'll also see Horseshoe Bend, the famous near-circular twist in the Colorado River.

Duration: Approximately 30 minutes

Features: Views of Glen Canyon | Views of Horseshoe Bend | Airplane

Visit from Las Vegas, Nevada

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Antelope Canyon Expedition

Explore the depths of the world-famous Antelope Canyon with this airplane tour from Las Vegas. You'll also have the opportunity to visit Horseshoe Bend, the near-circular twist in the Colorado River.

From: Las Vegas to Page/Antelope Canyon

Duration: Approximately 9 hours from hotel pick-up to hotel drop-off

Features: Antelope Canyon | Horseshoe Bend | Airplane

From Grand Canyon National Park

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Canyon and River Adventures Tour

Experience the best of the Desert Southwest with an airplane flight over the Grand Canyon, a guided tour into the depths of Antelope Canyon, and a rafting adventure along the Colorado River and through Horseshoe Bend!

From: Grand Canyon National Park to Page/Antelope Canyon

Duration: Approximately 12½ - 13 hours

Features: Antelope Canyon | Horseshoe Bend | Airplane | Raft | Boat

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Grand Canyon Coach and River Trip

Enjoy a peaceful float along the Colorado River on this exciting tour from the Grand Canyon. Along the way, you'll see ancient petroglyphs and you'll even travel through the world-famous Horseshoe Bend!

Features: Meal | Bus | Boat

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Lake Powell Tours in Page AZ

Lake Powell is located about 135 miles from Flagstaff, Arizona, 200 miles from Grand Canyon’s South Rim, and 300 miles from Las Vegas. Lake Powell became America’s second largest reservoir with the completion of the Glen Canyon Dam in 1963. The massive 710-feet high dam filled the serpentine network of canyons with 500 feet of water, creating 1,900 miles of shoreline. This 1.25-million-acre body of water stretches for hundreds of miles from Lee's Ferry in Arizona to the Orange Cliffs of southern Utah. 

Lake Powell is an in-demand destination for tourists looking to swim, fish, jet ski, or paddleboard through the narrow canyon walls. The most direct way to get to the area is a flight to Page, AZ from Las Vegas with Papillon. You can combine your flight with popular package tours to the most stunning destinations in the region including Horseshoe Bend , Antelope Canyon , a thrilling landing atop Tower Butte , or a flight over magnificent Rainbow Bridge. 

View our full Lake Powell Destination Guide .

Tower Butte Helicopter Landing Tours

Tower Butte lies in the midst of the Arizona Desert (a little over 6 miles from Horseshoe Bend), a colossal rock plateau that resembles a skyscraper emerging from the earth. Its flat top makes it perfect for a helicopter landing, and Papillon has exclusive access to Tower Butte for helicopter tours in Page, Arizona. Our state-of-the-art helicopters will fly you 5,287 feet to the very top of Tower Butte, where you can wander its surface and experience 360-degree views of the desert scenery surrounding you, including Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Lake Powell, and Navajo Mountain.

Papillon’s Tower Butte Landing tour is one of the most unique adventures you can enjoy in Page, Arizona!

Page, Arizona Tours FAQs

When is the best time to visit lake powell.

Conditions are ideal in Fall. In the Fall (September-October) visitors experience warm water and cooler temperatures. Summer (June- August)  is the busiest time with long, warm days and even warmer water. Get current Lake Powell weather updates here .

What is the prettiest part of Lake Powell?

Padre Bay, the largest bay on Lake Powell, provides visitors with an amazing panorama of scenic monuments that is seven miles across and nine miles long.

How much time do I need to visit Lake Powell?

For a visit to Lake Powell, in order to experience all the region has to offer (water, land, canyon, and river excursions), you’ll need 3-5 days for an unrushed, rewarding travel experience.

Can you see Horseshoe Bend without hiking?

Yes, you can see Horseshoe Bend without walking the round trip hiking trail by taking a Horseshoe Bend Air tour .

Where is Horseshoe Bend?

Horseshoe Bend is located just five miles from the town of Page, Arizona , in northern Arizona.

How should I prepare for my visit to Antelope Canyon?

Page, Arizona is located deep in the desert, and the weather can often be unforgiving. When visiting Antelope Canyon and its surrounding outdoor destinations, it is important to stay hydrated and keep sunblock handy. The floor of the canyon is made of soft sand, which can be dangerous without proper footwear (closed-toed shoes, sneakers, or hiking boots are recommended). Guests are highly encouraged to take photos while inside the canyon, but tripods and selfie sticks are not permitted due to the restrictive size of some of the areas. Remember that Antelope Canyon belongs to the Navajo Nation, and guests must respect this area that we have been permitted to enter. Check out this Antelope Canyon guide for more information about visiting this treasured Southwest landmark.

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From Page to Grand Canyon and Back

While the city of Page, Arizona may not be a familiar place, most tourists from around the world can instantly recognize the famous natural locations and sights that surround the town. Visitors to Page, AZ can meet members of the Navajo Nation , explore the depths of Antelope Canyon, see the Colorado River's famous Horseshoe Bend , and fly to the top of Tower Butte . Let Papillon introduce you to these magical Southwest destinations on our Page, Arizona helicopter tours and ground excursions. 

Antelope Canyon Tours

Antelope Canyon is one of the most popular and photographed slot canyons in the world. Entirely separate from the Grand Canyon, this ancient region of the Southwest actually belongs to the Navajo Nation. You can tour Antelope Canyon on a day trip from Las Vegas aboard Papillon's Antelope Canyon Air Tour ! You'll explore the depths of this famous hidden canyon, wander the sandstone corridors, and perhaps even witness the mystical light beams that radiate down to the sand floor. 

Your Antelope Canyon tour will be led by a guide from the Navajo Nation, who will share stories and detail the history of this magnificent landform. They will also offer tips on how to take the best photos of these twisting canyon corridors and warped sandstone walls. 

Let Papillon take you on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure to visit Antelope Canyon! 

Horseshoe Bend Tours

Horseshoe Bend is another world-famous destination located in Page, Arizona. This 270-degree curve in the Colorado River offers visitors one of the most colorful and dramatic panoramas to photograph. You can reach Horseshoe Bend on foot after making a short hike to the very edge. From the cliff's edge, you can gaze down 1000 feet at the near-circular twist in the river below you.

You can make the 0.75-mile (1.2 km) hike to the edge of Horseshoe Bend, or you can see it from the sky on our Horseshoe Bend Flightseeing Tour ! This Page, Arizona tour also includes access to Antelope Canyon for a truly all-encompassing experience.

View our full Horseshoe Bend Destination Guide .

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Antelope Canyon Tours

Antelope Canyon has become the Bucket List item that visitors to the Grand Canyon area have now put on their “must see” checklist. It is a formation known locally as a “slot canyon.” It resembles a cave without a roof, Antelope Canyon is a dreamlike landscape of other worldy shapes, constantly changing colors and moving shafts of sunlight.

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  • Upper Antelope  is the original slot canyon where the great photo’s spread the word and which means you will have the authoritative photo’s to post on your Instagram and Facebook pages.
  • Lower Antelope  is the more adventurous cave like slot canyon which gives you a more intimate experience and means that you will be able to more closely feel the red canyon walls while in the canyon. 
  • The  Antelope Canyon Boat Tour  takes you into the Lake Powell tributary of Antelope Canyon which means you are where Antelope Canyon originally poured into the Colorado River that continues to carve Grand Canyon to this day.

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Glen Canyon Rafting Float Trips: 1/2 and Full Day Trips

While Grand Canyon National Park provides information about these float trips. These trips are actually upstream from the park in Glen Canyon. However, these flatwater float trips are still scenic and the best opportunity to get a feel for the Colorado River for those not interested in a 1-day Grand Canyon white water adventure .

In 2022 these smooth water tours on the Colorado River run from March through October. The motorized trips meet and end in Page, Arizona, while the self-guided kayak tours begin and end at Lee Ferry the start of Marble Canyon and Grand Canyon National Park.

Alternatively, Papillon Helicopters offers a smooth water pontoon boat trip in Grand Canyon that includes a helicopter ride to the Colorado River and a small plane flight over Lake Mead. These trips meet and end in Las Vegas.

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Motorized Half Day Rafting Trips

These trips run 3 times a day from Page, Arizona meeting at 6 am, 9:30 am, or 12 pm. After about an hour you will be transported from the meeting location to the base of Glen Canyon dam where the waters of Lake Powell once again form the Colorado River. There is an option to take a bus from the South Rim and then raft Glen Canyon .

The smooth water rafting trip is on inflatable pontoon boats with up to 22 passengers. The rafts will take you 15 miles downstream through Horseshoe Bend’s dramatic 1,000+ feet canyon walls. There will be time to stop to see petroglyphs of the Puebloan people. The tour ends at Lee’s Ferry, the start of Marble Canyon and Grand Canyon. From there an air-conditioned motor coach takes you back to Page.

Guided Half Day Motor Trip

Check availability for half day rafting trips from the south rim.

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Kayak Half Day, Full Day and Two-Day Trips

Kayak trips meet at Lees Ferry where you are ferried up canyon by motor raft to your launch point. From there you paddle at your speed back down to Lees Ferry. Paddle Boards are also available for rental. Read more about Horseshoe Bend Kayak and Paddle Board Trips .

Full Day Kayak Trip

Meet/End: Page, Arizona Launch: Base of Glen Canyon Dam Take Out : Lees Ferry Length: 15.5 miles/7-9 hours Minimum Age: 5 years-old Cost: $79+ fees per person to transport up river Rentals: 1 person kayak $30/day 2 person kayak $45/day

Check availability for full and 2-day kayak trips.

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Half Day Kayak Trip

Meet/End: Lees Ferry, Arizona Launch: Petroglyph Beach Take Out : Lees Ferry Length: 10 miles/4.5 hours Minimum Age: 5 years-old Cost: Motor Raft Shuttle – $75/person Rentals: 1 person kayak $30 2 person kayak $45

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Concluding Thoughts

Paddling or motoring down through Glen Canyon below the dam is an unforgettable experience. The scenery is similar to downstream in the Grand Canyon, yet these trips cost a fraction and can be done in half a day. Overnight trips along the Glen Canyon section allow for camping along the river , an extraordinary experience. For those wanting a white water experience check out the 1-day or 3 to 16 day Grand Canyon rafting trips. You may also want to learn more about the best time of year to raft in Grand Canyon .

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Colorado River Rafting

Most Colorado River rafting trips begin at Lees Ferry, located about 54 miles from Page, AZ. Page is the biggest town near the boat ramp, so many river runners supply their trips in Page. There are several Colorado River rafting trips to choose from; guests can do everything from just a calm, one-day float trip upriver through Horseshoe Bend up to Glen Canyon Dam, or go big and do a 28-day white water river trip down through the Grand Canyon. There are a dozen types of river trips in between, but going rafting down the Colorado River is certainly an adventure you should consider. Going downstream through the Grand Canyon does require a permit for both commercial and private river trips. There is no exception to this! The Grand Canyon has technical and class five rapids that require previous river experience in order to manage this trip safely.

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However, going upstream from Lees Ferry is a fun, accessible, river adventure suitable for all levels of experience. Lees Ferry to Glen Canyon Dam is about 15 miles each way. You can go on a guided river trip from Lees Ferry to Glen Canyon Dam, or if you'd like a little more self-guided experience, you can hire a powerboat to take you up to Glen Canyon Dam. From there, you can disembark the powerboat and get on your own watercraft such as a kayak, small rafting boat or even a paddleboard for a 15-mile float trip back down to Lees Ferry. For trip details and planning, see our Horseshoe Bend Float Trip information page.

Half Day Smooth Water Rafting Trip

Half Day Smooth Water Rafting Trip

Great for all ages, enjoy a ride through a 2-mile long tunnel to the base of Glen Canyon Dam where you will walk to your river raft with sandstone walls soaring 700 feet above you. Your friendly guide will help you aboard our roomy 32-foot raft. Then sit back and relax as you take in the sights and stories of the Colorado River in Glen Canyon including the rich natural and human history of the region. You’ll make a beach stop, where you can take a short hike to see a petroglyph panel and even take a quick dip in the cool river. Back aboard your river raft, you’ll float through iconic Horseshoe Bend. Look for rainbow trout in the crystal-clear water, dozens of birds nesting on the banks of the river and possibly a herd of big horn sheep along the way. Your raft trip ends at historic Lees Ferry, where you’ll board our buses for the ride back to River Headquarters.

Our Horseshoe Bend Rafting Trips are completely family-friendly. We provide chilled water and lemonade. Book your spot now!

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Frequently Asked Questions: Where is Antelope Canyon? Antelope Canyon is located a few miles Southeast of the town of Page, on US Highway 98, near the Arizona/Utah border. 

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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. From exploring Rainbow Bridge to the wonders of the Navajo Tapestry, you'll want to see it all!

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NOTE: All boat tours depart from Wahweap Marina at Lake Powell Resort near Page, AZ.

Be sure to arrive in the lobby of Lake Powell Resorts 45 minutes prior to departure. Boarding begins 15 minutes prior to the scheduled departure time. 

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Rainbow Bridge Tour

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Takes you on a truly one-of-a-kind excursion, where you will cruise 50 miles of unique Lake Powell shoreline to Rainbow Bridge National Monument, one of the largest known natural bridges in the world.

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A two-hour dinner-cruise aboard the Canyon Princess, which is sure to provide you with special memories of your trip to Lake Powell.

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Navajo Canyon Tour

Navajo Canyon Tour is currently unavailable. This 3-hour cruise encompasses Navajo Canyon featuring an amazing view of Glen Canyon Dam. The highlight is the beautiful Navajo Tapestry-laden walls of Navajo Canyon.

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Relax and prepare to cruise through Wahweap Bay to the Glen Canyon Dam in this short but beautiful and informative 90-minute tour.

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Antelope Canyon

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On this 2-hour cruise, you’ll follow the original path of the Colorado River into the famed canyon. This highwalled sandstone sidearm of the lake is famous for its coloration.

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Charter your own waters. Relax as our captain take you to some of Lake Powell's most "Instagramable spots" creating vacation memories of a lifetime. Choose from a one-of-a-kind journey to Rainbow Bridge or Multi-Canyon Tour.

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Explore the twisting tapestries of Lost Eden, a flooded slot canyon whose echoing amphitheaters and aquatic caverns are as awe-inspiring as the mirror-like water that flows through them.

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At Wilderness River Adventures, we have one goal: to provide you with the rafting experience of a lifetime. We strive to let the Colorado River’s never-ending current carry you to new discoveries—natural, historical, and within yourself. We offer motor-powered and oar-powered white water rafting trips down the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon in AZ and calm water river trips around Horseshoe Bend in Glen Canyon in AZ... immersing individuals, families, and groups in a life-changing experience that combines nature, culture, and adventure.

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We offer active military personnel and returning guest special rates! We've even got a "Create Your Own Rafting Experience" if you're interested.

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We provide backhauling services from Lees Ferry upriver to just below the Glen Canyon Dam.

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The National Park Service has informed Xanterra Travel Collection® that they are moving forward with the planning and eventual execution of major infrastructure rehabilitation projects, and that the projects will impact some of our concessions operations. Due to trail conditions, Phantom Ranch mule rides are cancelled through September 30, 2024. Also, we are pausing lottery entries / bookings for Phantom Ranch overnight mule rides between December 2, 2024 and March 14, 2025 due to ongoing projects. We apologize for the inconvenience and encourage you to seek lodging at one of our properties on the rim. Bright Angel Trail will be closed from Havasupai Gardens to Silver Bridge December 2024 through March 14, 2025. Those hiking to Phantom Ranch must take the South Kaibab Trail both to and from Phantom Ranch. Please note that there are no water fill stations on South Kaibab so pack plenty of water. Visit the NPS page for more information regarding the Inner Canyon Trail closures.

Nestled at the Bottom of Grand Canyon

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Phantom Ranch is a historic oasis nestled at the bottom of Grand Canyon. It is on the north side of the Colorado River tucked in beside Bright Angel Creek. Phantom Ranch is the only lodging below the canyon rim, and can only be reached by mule, on foot, or by rafting the Colorado River.

Have questions about the lottery process? Click here for the lottery schedule, additional information and/or FAQs regarding the Phantom Ranch Lottery.

Accommodations at Phantom Ranch

All Phantom Ranch reservations must be made in advance. Space is extremely limited. Additional individuals cannot  stay under your reservation, and guests are prohibited from doubling-up in the bunks or sleeping on the floors.

Our cabins and dorms do not have phones or televisions.

Children are welcome at Phantom Ranch; however, we discourage young children from hiking to Phantom Ranch due to extremes in temperatures in the summer and winter, and the remoteness of the location. Families with children 5 years of age or younger are limited to cabin use only.

Overnight accommodations at Phantom Ranch consist of dormitory spaces and cabins. Cabins and dormitories are heated in winter and cooled during the summer months.

Dormitories – currently unavailable

These accommodations are available to hikers only. There are 2 male dorms and 2 female dorms. Each dorm has 5 bunk beds, a shower, and a shared restroom. Bedding and towels are provided for each guest occupying a dorm bed. Children must be at least 6 years old to stay in a dormitory.

These accommodations vary in size and accommodate from 2 to 10 guests. Cabins are equipped with bedding, cold water sink, toilet, liquid soap, and hand towels. Showers, bath towels, hot water sinks, and liquid soap-shampoo combination are provided at a central location. Pricing for cabins is based on double occupancy; additional guests may stay with an additional charge.

If you are hiking the canyon or meeting/departing on a whitewater trip, and wish to stay at Phantom Ranch in a cabin or a dorm, you must call our Central Reservations Office.

Dining at the Phantom Ranch Canteen

The Phantom Ranch Canteen is currently open, for meal service (breakfast and dinner) only and only for guests with reservations. Beverages and snacks are available from the Canteen’s side window from 8 a.m.– 8:00 p.m. Alcohol sales are limited to three beverages per person and may be consumed at your cabin area or outside the Canteen, within a designated area. Should a cabin guest arrive outside of window hours for check-in, they will need to ring the bell at the side window.

Contact Central Reservations

Central Reservations Hours of Operation Daily – 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Mountain Time (observing daylight savings time) Toll-free within the U.S. 888-29-PARKS (888-297-2757) Outside the U.S. 303-29-PARKS (303-297-2757)

NOTES: The reservations office is closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day.

Each caller will be limited to making one new reservation per phone call. Additionally, each reservation may include up to a maximum of nine guests for up to a maximum of four consecutive nights. Additionally, if a caller/guest has reserved multiple reservations via multiple phone calls, the maximum consecutive nights cannot be exceeded for that guest. As of Wednesday, November 1, 2017, Phantom Ranch requests will be processed using an online lottery system. Use the buttons above to enter the lottery or check for current availability.

What time is it?  Time is confusing out here! Grand Canyon is located in Arizona, and does not follow daylight savings as it is in the Mountain Standard Time Zone. However Denver, Colorado, where our Central Reservations Office is located, does follow DST as it is in the Mountain Time Zone. Click here to check what time it is at our Central Reservations Office.

For overnight stays at Phantom Ranch, a maximum of 10 Hikers is designated as a Group. Learn more about groups here . For overnight mule rides, parties of 10 Mule Riders may book their reservation by calling our Central Reservations office at 888-297-2757, or by entering the lottery  online .

Mule Riders

One night or two night mule trips can be booked with the Central Reservations Office. These trips are sold as a package. For more information, view Mule Trips .

Hiking is one of the most rewarding ways to see the Grand Canyon, and is also the most difficult. The walk to Phantom Ranch is approximately 7.5 miles down the South Kaibab Trail (average hiking time is 4-5 hours down) and 10 miles on the Bright Angel Trail (average hiking time down is 4-6 hours, average hiking time up is 6-10 hours). A good rule of thumb is for every hour it takes to hike down, it will take two to hike up. Summer temperatures can reach 120° F (49° C), while winter conditions can be icy and treacherous. Take a hike – but be prepared!

Duffel Service Information

Weight and dimensions.

Weight limit is 30 pounds per duffel. Maximum dimensions per duffel are 36” x 20” x 13”. Gear must be packed inside your own duffel bag with no outside attachments such as walking sticks, fishing poles, canteens, etc. We cannot carry external frame packs. Gear can be transferred to a duffel and the empty pack and frame carried out by hikers. Duffels that weigh over 30 pounds will be charged the full price for a second duffel.

When Packing Food in Your Duffel

  • There are wildlife and critters that will try to get to the food packed in backpacks/duffels
  • If packing food, we encourage to place food in very sturdy plastic containers
  • Please place a label that says “FOOD” on the exterior of the duffel
  • Guests may not want to use new backpacks/duffels to pack food, as wildlife/critters may try to get into their bag
  • We have limited storage to protect duffels and will not guarantee their protection from wildlife/critters

In-bound Duffel Procedures

In-bound duffels are duffels being taken down to Phantom Ranch. They must be presented at the Xanterra Livery Barn by 3:30 p.m. the day prior to the day they are to go down to Phantom Ranch. (Late Duffels are not encouraged. Duffels can be delivered to Phantom Ranch or to the boat beach (if rafting out).

Out-bound Duffel Procedures

Out-bound duffels are duffels being taken out of the canyon up to Grand Canyon Village. They must be presented at the Phantom Ranch Loading Dock no later than 6:30 a.m. – on the day they are to be taken up out of the canyon. The weighing, measuring and loading occurs only at Phantom Ranch.

Duffels may be claimed between 3:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. at the Xanterra Livery Barn the day they are brought up from the canyon or between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. the following day.

Late duffel procedures

Late pickup of duffels coming up from Phantom Ranch is accommodated between 4:00 p.m. and 6:30 a.m.

Delivery of late duffels going down to Phantom Ranch must be arranged for prior to midnight the day/evening prior to delivery at Phantom.

A $10 additional charge (late fee) will be collected for late duffels per call (not per duffel). Guests should call the Xanterra switchboard at 928-638-2631 so the operator can arrange for an employee to handle the late duffel request.

Reconfirming your Phantom Ranch hiker reservation

If you have made advance reservations for Phantom Ranch, YOU MUST RECONFIRM YOUR RESERVATION 2 DAYS PRIOR TO YOUR HIKE. To reconfirm, call the Bright Angel Transportation Desk at 928-638-3283. This allows us to deal with any questions or problems you may have more effectively. It will also allow us to notify you of any recent changes with trail closures, pipeline breaks, inclement weather, or other items that may impact your hike.

Additional Information:

  • Accommodations for rafting trips must be booked through the outside vendors.
  • Dorm accommodations (currently unavailable) are twin size bunk beds. Cabins will have either two sets of twin size bunk beds, or one queen size bed.
  • The Phantom Ranch Canteen serves breakfast and dinner, which must be reserved in advance. If you have special dietary needs, such as glucose intolerance or food allergies, please advise the reservation agent at the time of booking. Phantom Ranch will do their best to accommodate all special requests.
  • The Canteen is available for all visitors during specific hours, with snacks, beverages and sundries for purchase. For more information view Phantom Ranch Canteen.
  • All rates quoted in U.S. Dollars and do not include applicable taxes.
  • A National Park Service campground is located nearby and requires a backcountry permit. A backcountry permit is not required for guests staying in Phantom Ranch dorms or cabins. Backcountry permits may be obtained by writing to:

Grand Canyon National Park Backcountry Reservations Office PO Box 129 Grand Canyon, AZ 86023 or via fax: 928-638-2125

Photo Gallery

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Canteen Breakfast Service

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Dorm Exterior

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Phantom Ranch Grounds

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Canteen Exterior

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Canteen Dinner Service

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Phantom Ranch Retail

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Showerhouse Exterior

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Canteen Exterior at Night

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