Kids will love getting into explorer mode and winding through the passages of red rock at Antelope Canyon. The ancient sandstone of the slot canyon is swirled into photogenic patterns and the shafts of light beaming through the cracks above create an ethereal, Instagram-worthy effect. The rocks go by other names including Corkscrew Canyon and the original Navajo name of Tsé bighánílíní, meaning ‘the place where water runs through rocks’. Guided tours are essential due to the narrow corridors and maze-like tunnels within the rocks, as well as the risk of flash-floods. Children will enjoy adventuring up and down the flood staircases, bolted into the rocks, and snapping photos of themselves within the canyon’s walls.