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Get ready for an incredible summer vacation this year that will transcend all the others. If you are looking for the ideal summer spot, look no further than Sedona. Our Northern Arizona community features a variety of incredible Sedona summer activities that will make for an unbelievable stay. You will find everything extremely close to our vacation rentals, ensuring you have plenty of fun. Take a look at the top summer activities found here in Sedona:

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Cool Off at Slide Rock State Park

Sedona might be in Northern Arizona, but it still sees some of the high temperatures of summer for the state. During your stay, make sure you cool off by visiting Oak Creek Canyon, where natural pools can be found, and you can cool off with a dip in the water. The most popular dipping spot is over at Slide Rock State Park. Here, visitors will find a natural water slide. You can slide down the rock or simply hang out by the ledge and soak up some sunshine. Slide Rock State Park is a popular destination in the summer, so make sure to go early and beat the inevitable crowds.

Enjoy a Hot Air Balloon Ride

Sedona is a truly stunning destination with the red rocks all around you. During your stay, you can take in the views from up high by booking you and your family a hot air balloon ride. Red Rock Balloon Adventures has everything you need for a sky-high adventure. Join one of their rides to get an aerial view from hundreds of feet up in the air. You can sit back and enjoy the views while you float around the valley. If you book a tour before noon, you can avoid the afternoon heat, making your journey in the sky much more delightful. Book your tour now to ensure this popular activity is available during your summer stay!

Go Hiking

It should go without saying that Sedona has some of the best views in the entire state of Arizona. When you arrive, you will be amazed at how the red rocks provide the perfect backdrop for your memories. While many might be initially nervous to go hiking in the Arizona heat, there are plenty of ways to escape it. Hiking early in the morning has become part of the regular routine for those who live in Sedona or visit often. Head out during the early hours of the morning for beautiful weather.

Finding a trail that is easy to get to and enjoy is not hard at all. The West Fork Trail, found over by Oak Creek, continues to be one of the top hikes in the area. You will be able to escape the direct sunshine as the trail hugs the canyon walls.

You also must check out local hikes that have become icons themselves with presence on social media. Devil’s Bridge continues to be an iconic spot to hike; take a picture of yourself on the natural bridge that crosses over the canyon. The hike to Devil’s Bridge is 4.2 miles round trip, making it an easy enough hike for most.

Don’t forget hiking up to Cathedral Rock, where another stunning hike awaits you. This is a great hike for sunset but can also be enjoyed at any time of the day. While the hike is only 1.4 miles round trip, it is up an extremely steep incline. Most hikers will need to climb up on their hands and knees and start the hike around an hour and a half before sunset to make it in time. Make sure to bring a flashlight for the way back down if you are planning on staying up there past sunset.

Enjoy a Winery Tour

Sedona is also known to be Arizona’s wine country, where you can find dozens of wineries and tasting rooms within a short distance of your vacation rental. Beating the heat has never been so relaxing as it can be with a glass of wine in your hand. Northern Arizona produces a lovely batch of grapes used for wines in the region. Popular wineries in the area include Page Spring Cellars that is always a favorite with the locals. Page Spring Cellars sustainably produces small batch wines and also puts on special events such as four-course dinners. Take a winery tour to get a glimpse at how each batch is expertly produced right here on the property.

Our Summer Adventure Awaits

These summer activities and many more will be waiting for you here in Sedona. Book a stay at one of our vacation rentals and come enjoy summertime in Sedona for yourself.

There has never been a better place to get out and explore the fresh spring air than Sedona. If you have not visited Sedona here in Northern Arizona yet, you will be in for a treat. Spring is the ideal time of year to see Sedona in all its glory. The area is just starting to warm up with comfortable temperatures during each spring month. Of course, you will want to come to Sedona for more than the weather. You will also find a variety of spring events taking place in Sedona and the surrounding communities. Take a look at the top Sedona spring events we have nearby for your upcoming trip:

Celebration of Spring

We love being able to celebrate the arrival of spring here in Sedona. During your visit, you will be able to attend the Celebration of Spring. This event is put on by the City of Sedona, making it the official start of spring in the area. A Celebration of Spring is part carnival and part egg hunt that allows individuals of all ages to enjoy the fun.

Bring the whole family to this event where over 22,000 Easter eggs will be hidden in the area. The egg hunt is absolutely free for children to participate in, and they will be divided into age categories so everyone has a fair chance to grab as many as possible. Age groups will start with ages 0 to 2, followed by 3 to 5, 6 to 8, and 9 to 12 to finish off the activity for the day. Children participating in the egg hunt DO need to bring their own egg basket. The egg hunt will start right at 10:30 for the youngest age bracket, so make sure to arrive on time to participate.

There will also be various other activities for the children to enjoy. This includes a petting zoo with loveable farm animals to pet. A meet and greet with the Easter Bunny will also take place so make sure to grab a pic of the kids with him! Don’t forget about the carnival rides and attractions that are an absolute blast. Cash will be needed for the carnival rides along with food and drink vendors at the event. The Celebration of Spring will be in its 13th consecutive year this spring and will take place on March 30th at Posse Grounds Park in Sedona.

Piano on the Rocks International Festival

Piano lovers know that Sedona is the place to be each spring when the Piano on the Rocks International Festival takes place. This is a music festival that celebrates classical music from a variety of periods, including Baroque and Contemporary. The festival first originated in 2016, when pianist Sandrine Erdely-Sayo and narrator Elizabeth Pena showed a shared interest for piano music and poetry. You will find a fusion of music and literature that is sure to light a fire in your soul. Musical performances of a top-tier caliber will be on display and accessible by all. This year’s artists for the festival will include Sandrine Erdely-Sayo, Cynthia Raim, James Palmer, and Madeleine Hehn. This year’s Piano on the Rocks will bring in an international audience ready to see these incredible performers in action. Piano on the Rocks 2024 will take place May 5th through the 7th at a variety of venues. Come enjoy the experience with us.

Sedona Yoga Festival

Sedona is a destination for clarity and natural healing. Many of our visitors feel the energy in Sedona and its incredible quality. Yoga is frequently enjoyed in Sedona for its spiritual side around the Red Rocks Mountains. This year you will find the 10th Annual Sedona Yoga Festival taking place in March. This four-day event will have a variety of activities including workshops, classes, presenters, and performances. Powerful meditation sessions will help you feel immersed while insightful keynotes will keep you familiar with the joy of yoga. Expect to find workshops and classes at indoor venues along with being outdoors. Come experience an event surrounded by others who see the importance of spiritual quality. The Sedona Yoga Festival will take place March 14th through 17th. Passes are still available and start at $289 per person.

Sedona Farmers Market

Each week you will be able to visit the Sedona Farmers Market right here in the area. This weekly event is held on Sundays during the spring from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM at the Wells Fargo Bank Parking Lot on 2201 West State Route 89A. Browse through a variety of vendors selling arts and crafts, produce, and much more. You will find the perfect gift for a loved one back home here at the Sedona Farmers Market.

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Sedona Offers So Much More

Your spring will be one of importance when you choose Sedona. Find your favorite rental property with us today to have the best experience possible this spring.

Each year we prepare for another busy holiday season where we get together with our loved ones. The holidays always bring a smile to our faces as we continue long family traditions. This year, try something new for your Thanksgiving holiday by visiting a destination you have always wanted to see. If you have yet to visit Sedona, you will be in for quite the treat. Sedona during the holiday season is a beautiful destination with plenty of exciting events and activities in the area. Take a look at what you can expect when you book a stay in Sedona for Thanksgiving:

 

Thanksgiving Meals in the City

When you travel for the holidays, you may be looking to try something new out. This can include avoiding being stuck in the kitchen throughout the day preparing a large feast for everyone. If this sounds like you, you will find plenty to be happy about in Sedona. There are plenty of local restaurants in Sedona that are open on Thanksgiving Day and providing delicious meals so you do not have to cook. For a premier experience with fine dining, look no further than Thanksgiving Dinner at Cress on Oak Creek. This restaurant is known for elegant fine dining and elevates it further with their Thanksgiving menu. You will be provided with a culinary experience like no other. Enjoy a Thanksgiving meal with five full courses prepared by award winning chefs. You can even pair each course with an elegant wine. Dinner is available from 2:00 to 8:00 PM Thanksgiving Day, starting at $175 per person. You can also find more casual meals in the area too. Mesa Grill will be offering a Thanksgiving feast for all. Rene at Tlaquepaque is a local favorite and will be provided a culinary delight with three courses of delicious entrees and sides. You cannot go wrong with any of the local restaurant options here in Sedona.

 

Enjoy a Home Cooked Meal

Visitors can also keep their annual tradition of preparing a meal as well. Stay in your vacation rental and use the gourmet kitchen provided in each property. You will find full-size appliances and all of the cookware you need to make your meal. Our kitchens often feature modern renovations including restaurant quality appliances making it easier than ever to cook everything at once. Dining rooms offer an elegant spot to sit down and enjoy your meal together as a family. All you practically need are the ingredients and everyone to be present for the holiday season. These vacation rentals will be your new home away from.

 

2023 Sedona Turkey Trot 5K

Sedona often does not hold many Thanksgiving events in the area since it is known to be a more tranquil destination complete with beautiful scenery. One event that continues on Thanksgiving day every day is the annual Sedona Turkey Trot 5K. This like other cities across the country Sedona also offers a turkey trot where you can build up your appetite through an exciting run all while dressed up for the occasion. This year will the 14th consecutive Sedona Turkey Trot 5K this year. You will see firsthand why Sedona is a runner’s paradise as you see the iconic Sedona Red Rocks in the background. The race will begin and end at Posse Grounds Park where you can forge memories for a lifetime. Make sure to join in on the fun too by wearing your favorite turkey attire. Registration for the event in advance is required to participate. The race will start at 9:00 AM so don’t miss out on the 2023 Sedona Turkey Trot 5K.

 

Enjoy Fall Activities

Last but not least, make sure you enjoy the variety of fall activities right here in Sedona. The fall season around Thanksgiving is always known to be one of the best times of the year to visit. The weather has cooled, making it easier to get out and explore the local scenery. Head over to Oak Creek Canyon for a magnificent drive down Arizona Highway 89A. The winding road is surrounded by beautiful creek and forest scenery. While you are there head over to Pendley Homestead to explore their 43-acre apple orchard where you can pick your own apples. Or hike up the beautiful red rocks in the area where you can find a variety of relatively short hikes waiting for you. There is a small admission fee to enter the Red Rock State Park but is more than worth it.

 

Thanksgiving in Sedona Is Wonderful

As you can see, there are plenty of ways for you to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday here in Sedona. Get ready for your new family tradition by reserving one of our vacation rentals in the area. You will be happy to spend your time in Sedona.

There is a reason why the holidays seem to be the favorite time of year for most. During the fall and winter seasons, you will find a variety of holidays to celebrate, including Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and more. If you are a Halloween ghoul, you will be happy to know that Sedona has some of the most exciting events and activities available for the holiday. Sedona’s northern climate and quiet surroundings make it an ideal spot for your next Halloween adventure. Take a look at how you can spend Halloween in Sedona this year:

Howl-O-Ween Costume Parade

A visit around Halloween does not always land right on the weekend leading up to the holiday. If you find yourself in Sedona in the middle of October and have a friendly pup with you, you can make it to the annual Howl-O-Ween Costume Parade here in town. This parade for costumed dogs takes place at the Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping Village here in town. Participants are encouraged to prepare lively floats and have your dogs in their best costume for this cute and loveable event. There will be various cash prizes and trophies handed out to the best dressed pups; categories for prizes include Craziest Canine, Doggone Cutest, and Leader of the Pack. All proceeds of Howl-O-Ween Costume Parade benefit the Human Society of Sedona. Don’t miss out on this exciting event here in the area!

 

Uptown Trick or Treat

Finding a place for your children to go trick-or-treating when you’re at home can already be a stressful factor, and it can be even more so when spending Halloween away. Don’t fret, as Sedona sponsors the Uptown Trick or Treat right here in the city. On Halloween Monday 10/31 families will be able to traverse Uptown Sedona for a safe and inviting trick or treat experience. Parking will be available for the event along with a shuttle service. Participating merchant locations will be made known with signs so you know where to go. The event is absolutely free to attend and takes place from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM in Uptown Sedona.

 

Fright Night on the Verde Canyon Railroad

One of the most popular attractions nearby Sedona is the Verde Canyon Railroad. They offer year-round four-hour train rides where you can explore the beautiful Northern Arizona scenery from the comfort of your train cart. The trips offer fascinating visuals along with access to tasty food and drink. This Halloween season you can enjoy a spooky event like no other with Fright Night put on by Verde Canyon Railroad. Every Friday and Saturday night starting on September 15th and running through until Halloween night you will be able to enjoy this frightening haunted house. Instead of a train ride, you will be tasked with escaping the clutches of the haunted railcar. Expect to see a terrifying monster squad along with a dark train maze. This experience may be scary and is not recommended for young children who spook easily. If you prefer the classic train ride experience but with a fall twist, make sure you ride aboard the Ales on Rails train ride that runs from September 12th though Halloween Day. You can enjoy samples of delicious Arizona craft beer before you take a scenic train ride complete with a champagne toast. Fall has never tasted so good!

 

Visit the Haunted Town of Jerome

Northern Arizona communities are all located close to one another and are easy to get to when you have a vehicle on hand. One of the best ways to spend any Halloween adventure is by taking the short trek over to our neighbors in Jerome. This local town is known for its recent hauntings that have been caused by a long and rich mining history in the area. Due to Jerome’s notoriety for hauntings, it is especially popular around Halloween. The fun starts in Jerome with the annual Fireman’s Ball that takes place the Saturday before each Halloween. The event is sponsored by Jerome’s fire department and takes place at Spook Hall. It is a lively event that is remembered fondly each year. Make sure to take part in a walking ghost tour put on by Jerome Ghost Tours. Their incredible tours offer exclusive access to local haunted locations including Haskins House, Old High School, Auditorium & Boiler Room, and Jerome Cemetery. Their tours are the only way to see these landmarks and learn all about the spooky encounters of local hauntings. Don’t miss out on the short trek to Jerome around Halloween!

 

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Sedona Is Waiting This Halloween

There is plenty to see and experience when you book your Halloween getaway to Sedona this fall. Enjoy spooky encounters and lovely fall weather when you stay in the area. Our vacation rentals are sure to keep you comfortable and nearby these events and activities!

The spring season is finally upon us so make the most of the incredible weather and plan for the perfect road trip. You can find that and so much more when you plan for a road trip to beautiful Sedona. Our Northern Arizona community offers some incredible spring activities and majestic views of the Red Rock Mountains nearby. A road trip lets you have the option to get out and explore the wonderful area surrounding us. Here is how you can plan for the perfect road trip to Sedona:

Find the Popular Outdoor Attractions

One of the best reasons to book a spring road trip to Sedona is to escape the traffic from other popular times of year to visit. Sedona is one of the most beautiful locations in Arizona and is frequented by travelers looking to see all of the beautiful attractions in person. During your road trip you can get to attractions that are often crowded in the summer with ease such as Devil’s Bridge. This natural bridge offers some of the best photo opportunities around. Cathedral Rock and Bell Rock are two natural attractions found just outside of Sedona and provide some incredible hiking trails along the way.

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Take the Red Rock Scenic Byway

Road trips call for long drives along the highway that showcase the beautiful views around you. Sedona is also home to the Red Rock Scenic Byway. This 8-mile-long stretch of Highway 179 will take you along some of the most famous landmarks in the area. Visitors can hop on the Red Rock Scenic Byway in between mile markers 302.5 up to 310.0. Expect to travel along Oak Creek, Bell Rock, and more with a nice cruise on this highway. What a perfect road trip activity!
 

Take the Oak Creek Canyon Scenic Road

Another great stretch of highway you can enjoy incredible views on is Highway 89A also known as Oak Creek Canyon Scenic Road. This scenic byway takes you North of Sedona as you twist throughout Oak Creek Canyon. This byway takes you away from the Red Rocks that Sedona is known for and instead takes you into a shaded canyon that is full of life. Some fun hiking trails can be found just off the road including a trek up to Oak Creek Vista. You can easily see all of the incredible views that Northern Arizona is known for!

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Visit Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village

If you are in the mood for some vacation shopping look no further than Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village. This exquisite shopping center is a collection of pueblo style buildings that house over 50 different boutique shops and restaurants. The cobblestone streets and beautiful sculptures make the village an artistic masterpiece on its own. Local favorite restaurants found inside Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village include Oak Creek Brewery and El Rincon Restaurante Mexicano.
 

Hit Up Slide Rock

Another popular attraction just outside of Sedona that you need to visit during your spring road trip is Slide Rock. This state park offers a shallow pool of water where you and the kids can jump in and go swimming. The water might still be chilly from the winter temperatures but the natural rock slide that is over 80-feet long will be sure to change your mind. We highly recommend going early in the morning before the park gets too crowded and there is a wait to get inside. Local tips: bring water shoes with you as the algae on the rocks make everything slippery!
 

Hit the Verde Valley Wine Trail

The Verde Valley Wine Trail is a local celebrity on its own being a stretch of some of the best wineries that Arizona has to offer close by each other. Make sure to stop by a few of these celebrated locations during your stay so you can see that Arizona wine is just as good as the rest. Page Spring Cellars provides a gorgeous patio area and vibrant tasting room where you can enjoy a tasting flight. Additional wineries in the area include Javelina Leap and Arizona Stronghold. Local tour companies can even take you around to the different wineries so you do not have to worry about driving!
 

Find the Perfect Vacation Rental

Of course any stay in Sedona would not be complete without finding the perfect vacation rental, like one of these Sedona villas. Luckily for you we offer a variety of private homes right here in the area. Each property features luxurious features such as high end amenities and much more. You will enjoy spacious rooms and open floor plans. Many of the vacation home rentals in Sedona, AZ also overlook the mountains themselves. If these properties sound perfect to you make sure you book today. Your spring road trip to Sedona is just around the corner!

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When many people think of Arizona, they often think of the heat and how hot our summers typically get. While Sedona is located in northern Arizona and does not quite get as hot as Phoenix, it can still get a little toasty in the summer. This makes the transition to the fall season one of the most anticipated events of the year. The weather starts to cool down, and with it comes a variety of thrilling fall activities and events to enjoy. Take a look below at our favorite fall activities that you can enjoy in Sedona:
 

Book a Pink Jeep Tour

Whenever you travel around Sedona, you are most likely going to catch a glimpse of one of the infamous Pink Jeeps that frequent the area. Pink Jeep Tours has been around for years and is now a staple of the Sedona community. The fall season is the perfect time to book a Pink Jeep tour for the first time. Your tour will be a comfortable ride inside these luxurious Jeeps as you head out into the red rocks. An experienced tour guide will take you out to areas such as Diamondback Gulch, Ancient Ruins, and Broken Arrow, to name a few. Come join in on the fun that has been around Sedona since the 1960s for the perfect fall experience!
 

Hit the Trails

Since the weather is cooling down, you better head out and check out the beautiful hiking trails in Sedona. The red rocks offer the perfect backdrop to a day on the trails. Some of the most popular hikes in the area include Cathedral Rock and Devil’s Bridge Trail; make sure to start your hike early in the morning as they can be especially popular with visitors seeing them for the first time. Trails near Oak Creek feature maple and other trees that show off dazzling displays of reds and oranges for their changing leaves. Hiking around Sedona is the fall is a unique experience not available anywhere else.
 

Book a Balloon Ride

Everything seems quite a bit different when you view Sedona from hundreds or thousands of feet up in the air. You can do exactly that when you book a trip with Red Rock Balloon Adventures. This local tour company offers hot air balloon rides over the red rocks for a magical time. Quietly soar over the mountains for a romantic journey that can be complete with champagne and a light meal up in the air. The fall foliage makes the backdrop of a hot air balloon ride even more magical in autumn.
 

Visit the Verde Valley Wine Trail

It is no secret that Sedona is the wine capital of Arizona. There are dozens of local wineries in the region many of them being just a short drive away from our vacation rentals. These wineries are smaller and more intimate settings that the larger California wineries but still produce some incredible tasting wine. The best spot to catch multiple wineries in a single visit is at the Verde Valley Wine Trail. This trail features award-winning wineries that use grapes grown exclusively in the region. The Verde Valley Wine Trail is a self-guided trail where you can pick and choose which wineries to visit. Some popular options include Winery 1912, Alcantara Vineyards, Pillsbury Wine Company, and Javelina Leap Vineyard Winery and Bistro. Each setting offers its own selection of award-winning wines for you to taste and purchase bottles. There are plenty of wine tours to schedule as well so you don’t have to worry about finding a ride between each destination.
 

Find Arts and Crafts

Sedona is home to many talented artists who call this northern Arizona town home. You can find an eclectic selection of arts and crafts to browse from at the Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village. This Sedona landmark is a Mexican style village that offers the art community of the area to sell their wares. You can find everything from jewelry, textiles, and handmade crafts right here. Find a unique gift to bring back home to a loved one.
 

Explore Native Ruins

Northern Arizona is also home to a variety of ancient ruins belonging to native tribes of the past. Sedona is nearby sprawling monuments you can explore up close such as Montezuma’s Castle National Monument and Palatki National Site. Each of these ruins offers a look at the rich history of Arizona. Take advantage of the cooler weather so you can enjoy your day outdoors!
 

Sedona Is Waiting

As you can see, Sedona is a wonderful place to visit any time of year, but the fall season is especially fun. Get ready for your fall getaway by reserving one of our Sedona rentals or Sedona condos for rent that will keep you close to all of these fun activities.

Sedona is a magical place where the red rocks surrounding the city provide a beautiful experience. There is so much to see and do around Sedona that it can be difficult if you do not know where to start. Newcomers especially will want a little extra help discovering the area’s best attractions. If that sounds like you, make sure you book a tour experience here in Sedona. Professional guides will take you around the valley where you can experience thrilling activities. Here are some top tours to pick from:

 

Pink Jeep Tours

Perhaps the most popular and well-known tour company right here in Sedona is Pink Jeep Tours. You will immediately see why the company is named the way it is the second you take off in their signature pink Jeeps. This local tour company will take you out into the surrounding wilderness where you can find thrilling spots for incredible views. Pink Jeep Tours always provides a knowledgeable tour guide who will give you history into the area while taking you up and down the many hills. Guests report that the experience is like a fun roller coaster set in the Arizona desert. The Pink Jeeps can comfortably hold eight individuals, so feel free to invite the whole family. A minimum of two individuals is needed for booking. Go pink with Pink Jeep Tours!

 

Sedona Trolley

Sure, you have seen Sedona by car, or out on the hiking trails, but have you seen it from the comfort of a trolley? That’s right, you can book a tour of the Sedona area in a trolley with Sedona Trolley. This unique tour company brings extra joy to these tour experiences. Their authentic trolleys are just like the ones you find in downtown neighborhoods of cities, but instead, they are out on the open road here in Sedona. Their options include shorter tours which are just under an hour in length that is perfect for younger children who may not have the stamina for a full-day tour. Let your driver know if there are any particular sights you want to see, such as the Chapel of the Holy Cross.

 

Sedona Air Tours

Now that you know what to expect from Sedona tours on land, you need to look up into the sky. Sedona Air Tours offers thrilling aerial tours that show off Sedona from a whole new level. They offer thrilling helicopter tours that will fly you around the best parts of Sedona, offering spectacular views of the red rocks. Your helicopter pilot will be a trained professional and knowledgeable tour guide. Make sure to bring your camera, as pictures from the higher elevation are pure bliss. Sedona Air Tours offers a variety of tour lengths starting with 35-minute tours. Do not pass up on the opportunity to see Sedona from hundreds of feet in the air!

 

One Tribe Tours – Sedona Vortex Tours

Sedona is known as a center for healing and re-centering yourself. During your stay, let the professionals at One Tribe Tours help you find your center again with their Sedona vortex tours. Their customizable tours will help you recharge and start a new journey in your life. These tours are meant to help you reconnect to your surroundings while appreciating the beauty of Sedona. These tours can include historical insight into the area, spiritual meditations, and explorations of natural healing centers out in the wilderness. These tours are perfectly paired with stops in a local spa to complete your spiritual journey. The Sedona vortex tours can be done individually or in small groups for a personalized experience.

 

Sedona UFO Tours LLC

One of the many fascinating parts of Sedona’s history is the frequent UFO sightings in the area. Whether you believe in UFOs or not, it is incredible to learn about the frequent sightings and what may be out there waiting for us. Sedona UFO Tours LLC will take you on a thrilling tour at night. You will be given night vision goggles and taken out to areas where UFO sightings have previously occurred. The night sky in Sedona does not have the light glow of big cities, so you can easily look up at the stars. Your tour guide will be a personal encyclopedia of all of the unique sightings and events that Sedona has experienced. Sedona UFO Tours LLC also offers vortex tours and hiking journeys all around Sedona.

 

More Fun in Sedona

All of these exciting tours in Sedona can be fully accessed during your next summer stay. Reserve one of our exclusive Sedona vacation rentals for incredible views of the surrounding red rocks along with having access to luxury amenities. Contact us to book today!