Win a holiday to Mykonos worth £8,000 with The Where Are You? Travel competition May 2017 @ Conde Nast Traveller

Found 6th Apr 2017
PRODUCT: Win a holiday to Mykonos worth £8,000
We're giving away an amazing five-night holiday to the Greek island of Mykonos, with return flights and dinner for two on the hotel's private beach. Overlooking Ornos Bay, with its buzzy beach-club scene, charming five-star Kivotos Mykonos hotel is set in a peaceful cliffside spot, just a stroll down to a private beach and the blue-green waters of the Aegean Sea. The winner and a guest will stay in a Sea View Signature Suite which, along with the other 39 rooms, suites and a private villa, has been decorated by local artists and craftsmen. Party-loving Mykonos is at its best in the cobblestone streets of white-washed Hora, a five-minute drive away.
The prize includes five nights' accommodation half-board at the hotel, return flights with Aegean Air from London Heathrow or Gatwick to Mykonos, and private airport transfers to the hotel. Aegean Air offers daily flights from London to the Cycladic island.

Read the clue and see if you can identify the location in the photograph.
Please see comment#1 for my answer, good luck!

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These swirls of rock look like they could belong to a McVitie's Ice Gem factory. But we're far from the UK. Almost 4,000ft above sea level, this incredible slot canyon, often nicknamed 'the corkscrew', is on the largest land area retained by a native people in the country. It's been created over many thousands of years by the relentless forces of water and wind, slowly carving and sculpting the sandstone into curious forms and textures. Those who dare venture here should keep their wits about them. In 1997, 11 tourists were swept away by a flash flood, so visits are limited to guided tours that lead you through narrow, winding paths - about 1,335ft long and 120ft deep - and up and down steel ladders anchored into the canyon walls. The view changes constantly as the sun moves across the sky, filtering rays of sunshine across the stone walls. These ever-shifting angles bounce light back and forth, creating an extraordinary display of colour from scorching red and mellow orange to pretty pink and deep purple, which explains why this spot is so popular with photographers. Where are you? Identify the place described above.

MY ANSWER: Antelope Canyon, Page, Arizona

You may want to specify Lower Antelope Canyon but I think the above is sufficient.

See picture here

Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon in the American Southwest. It is located on Navajo land east of Page, Arizona. Antelope Canyon includes two separate, scenic slot canyon sections, referred to individually as "Upper Antelope Canyon" or "The Crack"; and "Antelope Canyon" or "The Corkscrew"

Inside Lower Antelope Canyon
Antelope Canyon is visited exclusively through guided tours, in part because rains during monsoon season can quickly flood the canyon. Rain does not have to fall on or near the Antelope Canyon slots for flash floods to whip through, as rain falling dozens of miles away 'upstream' of the canyons can funnel into them with little prior notice. On August 12, 1997, eleven tourists, including seven from France, one from the United Kingdom, one from Sweden and two from the United States, were killed in Lower Antelope Canyon by a flash flood.

Today, ladder systems have been bolted in place, and deployable cargo nets are installed at the top of the canyon.

Edited by: "marba01" 6th Apr 2017
Thank you again, Marba.
Thank you
Thanx marba
Δεν ξέρω πώς να το κάνεις αυτό marba θα πρέπει να έχετε μια μεγάλη βιβλιοθήκη με βιβλία αναφοράς ή γνωρίζετε κάποιο θεϊκό ον που σας δίνει τις απαντήσεις, αλλά που Everway πηγαίνει Είμαι πραγματικά ευγνώμων για τη βοήθειά σας και τη βοήθεια, πολλές ευχαριστίες και μπράβο .
Thanks x
Thank you
Big thanks to the amazing marba!
Thank You
Thank you
Page, Arizona

Δεν ξέρω πώς να το κάνεις αυτό marba θα πρέπει να έχετε μια μεγάλη βιβλιοθ … Δεν ξέρω πώς να το κάνεις αυτό marba θα πρέπει να έχετε μια μεγάλη βιβλιοθήκη με βιβλία αναφοράς ή γνωρίζετε κάποιο θεϊκό ον που σας δίνει τις απαντήσεις, αλλά που Everway πηγαίνει Είμαι πραγματικά ευγνώμων για τη βοήθειά σας και τη βοήθεια, πολλές ευχαριστίες και μπράβο .

Μια αντίστροφη αναζήτηση εικόνων στο Google μπορεί να σας πει την απάντηση.
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