This is a prime location for observing the incised meanders that have cut into the bedrock. With campsites on the edge of cliffs, and a hiking trail (Honaker Trail) nearby, it's the perfect spot for nature enthusiasts.
Paddle far enough and you'll find the Cathedral In The Desert, or at least, what's left of this massive, graceful amphitheater, now mostly underwater. You can also take your kayak all the way to Rainbow Bridge, the world's highest natural bridge.
Cruise trips up the Antelope Canyon give you an excellent sense of the sheer size and scale of Lake Powell's landscape. The calm water, the colors of the canyon, and the sun setting make this cruise relaxing, while providing plenty of opportunities to take pictures.
Take your kayak onto the calm waters of Lake Powell and fish for carp, bass, and pike, among other species of fish.
Right next to Lake Powell as well as the Colorado River, there's plenty to see, eat and do in Page. You can go for a hike to the Alstrom Point for an overlook of Lake Powell, or go horseback riding along the Horse Rim Trail, then call it a day by eating delicious Native American fare, like Navajo tacos and mutton stew!