This small city in northern Arizona is home to some of the biggest natural wonders in the region, accounting for nearly all of tourism to Page. The city is served by Page Municipal Airport
, which connects the city mainly to Phoenix and Denver, both of which have major international airports. Of course, most locals prefer to just drive to Page, and given the stunning desert-like scenery, it’s not a bad way to journey into this city.
The majority of tourists flock to Page to see Antelope Canyon
, a stunning slot canyon located on Navajo land. The canyon’s smooth, wave-like surface was formed by erosion due to flash flooding, and what’s now left behind is a spectacular natural wonder that has been a favorite destination for photographers. Due to the extreme danger associated with going to this canyon alone, the only way to enter this land is through a professional tour guide. Hotels in Page are a great resource for figuring out which tour guide will suit one’s needs.
Continue exploring the natural wonders of Page at Glen Canyon National Recreation Area
, the best access point for Lake Powell
, the other major attraction of this area. Lake Powell is the largest man-made lake in North America, surrounded by the red rocks of this canyon and creating a scene that looks like its straight out of a fantasy storybook. The wonders that surround Page can take many days to fully explore, and most of them are perfect for avid hikers and campers, but any traveler who enjoys looking at the incredible diversity of nature is sure to find Page a must-see destination.
For more information on hotels and landmarks in the different areas of Page, take a look at the interactive map on this page and start planning the perfect trip to this beautiful city.