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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. 


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!

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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!

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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.

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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.

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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!

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the Colorado River flowing between two massive canyon walls

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!

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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?

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.


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.