Enjoy a 4-hour sightseeing journey by train aboard the Verde Canyon Railroad, which glides through the beautiful wilderness of the American Southwest near Sedona. Nibble light refreshments while traveling on the Verde Canyon Railroad through Arizona’s desert. Ride in a vintage train car or open-air viewing car to get a great perspective on the region’s natural and cultural treasures. See ancient cliff dwellings built by the Native American Sinagua people, historic mining sites and more as your train cruises along a route that follows the Verde River.
Explore the natural wonders of Antelope Canyon, a narrow slot canyon carved by wind and water through the ages. A Navajo guide helps you photograph the shifting light and creamy colors of the sandstone canyon, a must-see amid the splendor of the American Southwest. Views of Glen Dam, Lake Powell, and Horseshoe Bend are included en route from Sedona.
Hop aboard a trolley as you travel through Sedona and Boynton Canyon on this whirlwind tour. Along your ride, listen to exciting little-known facts about the town and hear American Indian legends from your guide. See Jordan Park and the mesmerizing red-rock mountain area of the canyon. Pass by filming locations from old Hollywood westerns, and stop at some of the most well-known landmarks for photo ops.
This Grand Canyon day trip from Flagstaff or Sedona is limited to no more than 14 people, ensuring you enjoy a more personalized Grand Canyon experience. The tour blends ancient ruins, lava fields, majestic volcanoes, and amazing views throughout Grand Canyon National Park and the remarkable Painted Desert. Highlights include a drive along the South Rim and East Rim; visits to Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument and Wupatki National Monument; and a Southwestern lunch at a historic Navajo reservation.
Hear Babylonian, Greek, and Roman constellation stories, learn about local indigenous star associations, and take in the natural beauty of Sedona, including its stunning night sky. This "Meet the Stars" tour is led by a well known Sedona guide with entertaining stories, engaging visuals, amazing cosmic information, and quirky insights on Sedona. Relax under the sky with your favorite foods and drinks and let the cosmos above come alive.
Explore the magic and mysticism of natural vortexes on this small-group tour departing from Sedona. Traveling the region by Jeep, you’ll visit several vortex sites around town and learn about their history, all with the help of an informative guide. Whether you feel the energy on your skin or experience a feeling of enlightenment, find out for yourself the powers of a vortex. Keep things simple with this small-group tour, limited to 10 people for a more intimate experience. Please note this is predominantly a walking tour and you will be required to walk on uneven terrain.
Along with its red-rock formations, Sedona is known for stargazing in the dark night sky, but if you don’t know where to go for the perfect sights, you could miss out on some really cool experiences. This Sedona UFO and Stargazing Night Tour takes you to three viewing locations for the best sights—one adjacent to the Fay Canyon area, one near Cultural Park Place, and one near Crystal Magic Psychic Center.
Go off-road through Sedona’s red rock landscape on a Jeep tour that’s not too rough, but explores some of the area’s most dramatic scenery. Learn about Arizona geology, local history, plants, and animals as you travel along the base of the rock formations, discovering views to Cathedral Rock, Thunder Mountain, Bear Mountain, and more. This Sedona Jeep tour is limited to 10 people for a fun, personal experience, with departure from a central location in uptown Sedona.
Unleash your inner adventurer on this ATV tour of western Sedona. Ride down a desert trail surrounded by red-rock bluffs, steep canyon walls, and trees to get to lookouts, vistas, and quiet locations away from the sightseeing crowds. See spots of Sedona that have been used as filming sites for more than 40 movies, and drive up to the top of Skeleton Bone Mountain.
Discover the natural beauty of the Southwestern United States with highlights such as driving through the incredible scenery of Oak Creek Canyon and Airport Mesa, and a stop at Chapel of the Holy Cross, an architectural gem built into a tall rock spire. Hear about the spiritual significance of some of Sedona's most renowned sites on this fascinating introduction to Sedona.
Experience a transformative reawakening of spirit and reconnection with the earth by direct contact with the sacred sites of Sedona. This tour offers a unique perspective of the vortex sites, their history and how they connect with power spots all over the world.
You will learn how to engage with the vortex sites firsthand and the flow of the unique energies they emit. Experience the magical and transformative power of the red rocks on a mindful walk through the Peace Park and Stupa. Enter a medicine wheel and learn about its history and usage by the ancients. Travel through the gorgeous Seven Canyons area and hear the history, beliefs and migrations of the indigenous people that lived there.
This guided ghost walk in Jerome, Arizona, is the real deal, since you’ll be using EMF readers and Spirit Boxes in your hunt for ghosts. You’ll explore Haskin’s House, a haunted area, and see if you can connect with ghosts and spirits from the past. The Jerome Historical Society supports this tour, and stories told come from the JHS archives.
Go off-roading in Sedona's rugged desert terrain on a Jeep tour that follows a historic stagecoach route that runs between Sedona and Flagstaff. See highlights that may include Damnfino Canyon, Oak Creek Canyon, and the Mogollon Rim, which marks the edge of the Colorado Plateau in Arizona. Stop for photo ops of the spectacular red rock formations and canyon scenery that makes this part of Arizona so famous, and learn about the region's history from your expert guide.
Travel from Flagstaff to the Grand Canyon on a full-day tour to witness this famously beautiful landscape in Arizona. Your guide takes you on a driving tour along the East and South rims, with plenty of stops for photo ops from the best vantage points. Stop at Grand Canyon Village to purchase lunch, shop for souvenirs, and walk around before heading back to Flagstaff. You also stop at a historic trading post in the Navajo Nation, where you can shop for Native American jewelry and crafts.
Go deep into the world of canyons and cowboys on an off-road tour from Sedona, and experience the rich history and rugged scenery of the magnificent Sonoran Desert. Ride a 4WD into historic Dry Creek Basin, and hear stories of rebels and renegades at a frontier cabin made from hand-hewn logs. Enjoy views of Sedona’s brilliant rock formations, and watch for the lizards, birds, and mammals that make their home in the harsh desert environment.
Get a comprehensive view of the Grand Canyon and surrounding attractions during this day trip from Sedona. Take in views of the Painted Desert, see Native American ruins and volcanic lava flow fields. Ride in comfort along some of the country's most picturesque roads while listening to commentary from your guide. Entrance fees, lunch, and round-trip transportation from Sedona hotels included.
This is a fully narrated tour of Sedona and the surrounding area and is the best value in Sedona. In fact, after you have taken our tour, you will know more about Sedona in two hours than people who have lived here their whole lives! Plus, this is the only city tour that that includes a vortex! Find out what the vortex can do for you! Hear about the history that started here over 350,000.000 years ago. We will visit the Chapel of the Holy Cross and hear about the early settlers, J.J Thomson and Carl & Sedona Schnebly, plus the Native American tribes that have called this unique area home. We'll head up Oak Creek Canyon, one of the top 10 scenic highways in this country. On our trip up the canyon, we will pass Steamboat Rock and Indian Gardens. We will stop up in the canyon, where the Navajo and Hopis make and sell their exquisite jewelry and crafts. There are other tours of Sedona, however this one is the most comprehensive! Must be a minimum of 4 people.
Travel from Sedona or Flagstaff for a full-day tour of Antelope Canyon and Glen Canyon, two of Arizona's natural treasures. Along the way, visit parts of the Navajo Nation, stop at an authentic trading post, and view the Painted Desert. Upon arrival in the town of Page, go offroading in spectacular Antelope Canyon with a local guide. Visit Glen Canyon and see the Colorado River, Lake Powell, and Vermillion Cliffs. Your guide shares commentary about the region's history, geology and wildlife as you discover the American Southwest.
Long considered a mecca by spiritual seekers, Sedona is believed by many to have sacred energy vortexes available for any and all to tap into. This tour takes you through stunning Sedona scenery to reach its most powerful spiritual centers. Your guide shares information about why the area is considered so highly sacred as you drive, and leads in ceremonies and prayers to enhance your experience of the destinations.
Increase your chances of experiencing paranormal activity during a 'Pandora's Box' ghost tour that focuses on stories of murder, lust, and revenge. You'll explore Haskins House, Old Jerome High School Auditorium, and the Jerome Cemetery—all renowned for their haunted histories—with a guide who'll offer information you're unlikely to find in the guidebook. Plus, specialized ghost-hunting equipment tells you if there are spirits in the vicinity.
Experience the glowing orange and purple colors of Northern Arizona's most famous slot canyon. This small-group tour from Sedona takes you on a walk through Antelope Canyon in the company of a Navajo guide. You'll also visit Horseshoe Bend and Glen Canyon Dam and have time to shop for Native art at the historic Cameron Trading Post on Navajo Tribal Land.
Head to the heart of Hopi lands during this full-day, private tour from either Sedona or Flagstaff. Visit stunning, flat-topped mesas and the country’s oldest continuously inhabited villages. Learn about Hopi spiritual and cultural traditions from a Hopi guide. Enjoy stops in Little Painted Desert County Park and the historic Hotel Santa Fe Railroad. Lunch and hotel transfers are included.
Discover the Old West on a tour of Jerome and the Verde Valley. Enjoy fantastic mining history, charming architecture, and desert scenery on an intimate small group tour. Your guide gives you plenty of time to explore historic Clarkdale and Jerome, as well as to stop for lunch and shop on Jerome’s quaint Main Street.
Experience the beauty of Sedona's red rock country firsthand on a guided tour. Enjoy the landscape of gorgeous Oak Creek Canyon, take in the views from Airport Overlook, and be amazed by Chapel of the Holy Cross—an architectural marvel embedded in a tall rock spire. Learn about Sedona’s history and folklore along with the wildlife and geology of the region as you cover all the scenic highlights of this stunning city in the American Southwest. You also get insider tips on favorite places for restaurants and shopping.