Has anyone used Slot Canyon Hummer Adventures
Yes, plenty of people have. You can search TA for reviews. Antelope Canyons are the classic slots that the world sees in photos in galleries and on the web. The tour you mention goes to different slots, equally as dramatic but notably less crowded.
Great will give them a try. Other than Wave, which I did not get thru on the phone for, what else is high on your list to do.
I've taken that tour and it was outstanding. It was just my wife and I with the guide. We saw 3 great slots (Secret, Stairway and Passage), drove through was beautiful scenery, saw a Great Horned Owl in one of the slots, some Bobcat tracks and not another person for hours. It was glorious! Plus the guide did things with that Hummer that I did not think were physically possible (it is an amazing vehicle).
Calling about the Wave won't do you any good, unless you are looking for general information. You need to apply for permits on-line via a lottery process or for the day before lottery in person.
There are a lot of things to see and do around Page. Antelope Canyon and the Hummer tour were great (and completely different) ways to see these beautiful geologic formations. I enjoyed the boat tour along Lake Powell to Rainbow Bridge. The float trip down the Colorado through Glenn Canyon was also excellent (starts below the dam and ends at Lee's Ferry). Tour the dam. Check out Horseshoe Bend. Hike the Toadstool Trail.
Here's the trip report that I posted following our 2008 visit to Page:
And some photos from that trip (the link takes you to a page with to photos galleries):
My trip report on our Kanab trip (2011) also has some information for things to do near to Page (including the Wave):
Hopefully these reports will give you a few ideas.
Sounds good to me. Thanks for the info.
If you like to kayak you can also do the full day kayak tour on Lake Powell that goes to Labrynth canyon also a slot canyon.
If you can access our trip advisor photos you can see some too
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