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Access to Antelope Canyon is restricted by the Navajo tribe to licensed tour operators. The tribe charges a $6-per-person fee, included in the price of tours offered by the licensed concessionaires in Page. The easiest way to book a tour is in town at the John Wesley Powell Memorial Museum Visitor Center; you pay nothing extra for the museum's service. If you'd like to go directly to the tour operators, you can do that, too; visit www.navajonationparks.org/htm/antelopecanyon.htm for a list of approved companies. Most companies offer 1- to 1½-hour sightseeing tours for about $25 to $32, or longer photography tours for $40 to $50. The best time to see the canyon is between 8 am and 2 pm.
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