This canyon is one of the things you should visit when you’re in Utah. The wind carved out the Navajo Sandstone, creating beautiful red and orange shapes. You need a tour guide to enter this Canyon and the Navajos, who own this part of Utah, provide them. Many tourists want to see Antelope Canyon, so it’s always crowded.
Unfortunately our tour guide was terrible. She did not allow us to use our tripod and also she refused to tell us anything. Her explanation was that to the Navajos Antelope Canyon is a holy site and she did not want to share it with tourists. With this negative attitude we did not understand why she worked as a tour guide in the first place. Nevertheless, we would still recommend visiting this place.