PHOENIX — The Phoenix-based Detours has become the only Valley company to offer complete day tours of Arizona’s Antelope Canyon.
Earlier this month, Detours began offering exclusive, guided day tours of the famous Arizona destination.
“We are thrilled to be the first tour company in the Valley to offer day tours to Antelope Canyon,” said DETOURS President and CEO Carl Grupp. “The beautiful sandstone slot canyon has become a must see place for many visitors, and now countless locals. Because our many tours cater to a variety of travelers, DETOURS has both public and private tours for most every interest.”
The tour includes a stop at a Navajo trading post, a full tour of the upper or lower Antelope Canyon, a stop at Lake Powell for lunch, a one-mile walk around Horseshoe Bend Overlook and a final stop at Navajo Bridge and Lee’s Ferry at the beginning of the Grand Canyon.
The company also provides door-to-door pick up in most places around the Phoenix and Scottsdale area.
Tours start at around $370 per person and include breakfast, lunch and all park entrance fees.
To book tours, go to detoursaz.com.
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