Take a day trip from Sedona to tour Horseshoe Bend and Lower Antelope Canyon. You'll have lunch at scenic Glen Canyon Dam and visit Cameron Trading Post to shop. You will be picked up at your hotel in a custom Ford Transit van and head up Oak Creek Canyon through Flagstaff. You'll pass by the Painted Desert and the San Francisco Peaks. Heading toward Page, Arizona, you’ll pass through the largest native reservation in the United States belonging to the Navajo Nation. During your Antelope Canyon tour, you'll see how Antelope Canyon was formed by years of rain waters and wind creating an array of colors and light. Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend are two great opportunities to take photos.
First off, you'll hike ¾-miles to Horseshoe Bend stopping 1,000 feet above the Colorado River. Then a short drive to Glen Canyon Dam, stopping at Lake Powell for lunch. Your guide will tell you of the dam’s history and of the Colorado River. Next up is Antelope Canyon, a slot canyon created by floodwaters. There you will meet your Navajo guide for a 60- to 90-minute tour of the canyon, climbing steep ladders into and out of the narrow walls of the canyon. Cameron Trading Post is next on your tour for a chance to shop for some souvenirs. From there, return back to your Sedona hotel.