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Chief Tsosie and Vere Chee are all related to Sue Tsosie who is one of the first people to discover Antelope Slot Canyon. All of them grew up and were raised not too far from Antelope Slot Canyon (about a mile) in the small Navajo community called Lechee. As young children, Chief Tsosie and his guides would spend their time playing in the canyon.

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Chief Ray Tsosie
Chief Tsosie has over 19 years of customer service experience in the business industry, and 8 years of corporate management experience with ARAMARK Corporation based out of Philadelphia. After 25 years of service, Chief Tsosie left an executive position and successful career to pursue his entrepreneurial goals.

Antelope Slot Canyon Tours is 100% Navajo owned and is located and operated from Page, Arizona and the Navajo Nation.

Chief Tsosie, owner, tour guide, and Native American flute player has spent a life time learning the canyons of his Native land. His deep love and appreciation for the canyon, which he calls “a natural wonder of the Navajo Nation,” is apparent in his companies policies, methodologies, and tours.

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Vere Chee
“Over the river and through the woods, across the canyon, up the mountain, past the switchbacks…What a journey I’ve been on.” The quote sums up Vere’s life, she is a certified “World Traveler.” Vere’s heart is in the right places when she guides people around. She will take her guiding a step further by showing her guest the beautiful sunset in special areas of the Page/Lake Powell region. Vere is a valuable asset to Chief Tsosie’s experience.

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