Voila la réponse de Carolene Ekris (http://www.antelopecanyon.com/
)Il y a surement des fautes d'anglais....mais je suis arriver a me faire comprendre.
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Je tiens aussi a souligner la rapiditée des réponses le tout en moins de 12 heures.Question:
I have a question:
For the uper antelope canyon
tour : Tour #1 Sightseer's Tour :Tripods are
allowed or not?
thanks for answers
Greatings from Swizerland
Thank you for your email.
Unfortunately, we are not allowed to have tripods on our regular tour and only permitted on our Photo tour.
Thank you for your answer.
I think is almost new....because my last visit from July 2012 tripods was permited on regular tour.
Do you no why?
And please update your homepage for this.
Yes, I know why the changes occurred.
In the past few years the canyon has progressively gotten busier and busier. Tripods poses a hazard when the person with the tripod refuses to fold in the legs as you may know half of the canyon is narrow.
With that being said the person holding tripods refuses to move along when asked to stay with the group, they lag behind mostly because they don't know how to work the tripods and start arguments with other customers they get in the way of. It ruined it for the people that do know how to use a tripod and we can't tell from the get go who knows how to use a tripod or not.
After a few years the tribe noted perhaps it would be best to not allow it. We feel they are right about this and decided to obey their suggestion.
Après ses explications c'est clair.... (pour ma part) et je donne raisons aux Navajos.