Emplaced on the southern shores of Lake Powell, the city of Page in Coconino County, Northern Arizona of the U. S is an assembly of numerous tourist attractions. The economy of Page benefits from the tourism industry as its proximity to the Grand Canyon has led to a facelift and boost in the influx of tourists to the town. Some of the other attractions that engage their visitors are the Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell, Glen Canyon Dam, Coconino National Forest, Horseshoe Bend, Navajo Village Heritage Center, Rainbow Bridge National Monument, Vermilion Cliff National Monument, Tower Butte among others. Page attraction tickets and passes to the Antelope Canyon are available for visitors who want to be thrilled by the spectacular Canyon.
Page sightseeing tours to the lower Antelope Canyon and the picturesque landscapes of Navajo National Monument are tell-it-all trips for all visitors as the excitement never wanes. In addition to the changes in the way light bounces off the stony walls of the Antelope Canyon at different times of the day, the Alstrom point sunset are excellent times for photography tours in Page. A hike of the Buckskin Gulch and a visit to White Pocket's geological formation made of a thin layer of white sandstone lumped up into mounds and shapes is an alluring addition to the day trips in Page. Overrun by arid and rock landscape, the presence of Lake Powell for skiing, swimming and flyboarding during water sports activities in Page is a welcomed delight. Helicopter flights over Horseshoe Bend, Lake Powell and a Tower Butte landing are some exotic outdoor activities in Page that is unique in its own right. A tour of Monument Valley and the Coconino National Forest are nature and wildlife trips in Page that get one besotted by the menagerie of animals and birds in its reserves.
The aridity of the landscape of Page does not spread to the wallets of its visitors because Tripindicator offers these quality services at affordable prices when compared with that of other tour agencies.