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Navajo Nationís Antelope Canyon a must visit site

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One of the most-visited and most-photographed canyons in the world is located in Arizona. The canyon is know as a slot canyon, and is a narrow canyon formed by water rushing through the rocks. The Antelope Canyon which is located on the Navajo Reservation is perhaps the only slot canyon on this planet where the light and sandstone come together. It has been accessible by permit only since 1997 when the Navajo Tribal Park was opened and it became an economic source of business for the Navajo Nation.

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My hubby and I took our kids up to Page, Arizona after GON last year. The kids went on the Antelope Canyon Tour and had an absolute blast. The guides were fantastic. The company we booked with was Native American owned. A truly great day..We also took a tour of the Glen Canyon Dam. To complete the experience, we took the kids on a raft ride down the river (https://www.raftthecanyon.com/con_home.cfm). A great learning experience!!
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