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Sedona: Nighttime UFO & Stargazing Tour

1. Sedona: Nighttime UFO & Stargazing Tour

Change how you see the skies forever with this nighttime stargazing and UFO tour. Discover the unexplained phenomenon hovering just above Sedona and make contact with the unidentified objects overhead. Your UFO guide will assist you in tracking the nocturnal activity, which includes flashing lights, UFOs changing size rapidly, and winding in and out of the mountains around you. Challenge how you perceive the world beyond with this one-of-a-kind tour. Enjoy the unpolluted expanse of the night sky with your naked eye before seeing its hidden secrets with night vision goggles.

Grand Canyon Day Tour from Phoenix, Scottsdale & Tempe

2. Grand Canyon Day Tour from Phoenix, Scottsdale & Tempe

Experience the Grand Canyon National Park during this guided tour. Explore the canyon rim with its panoramic views and visit Route 66 with your guide. Start your tour at Route 66. Experience the historic highway in the town of Williams, the last town passed by I-40. As you explore this famous location, you have the opportunity to purchase lunch in Williams or Grand Canyon. Spend approximately 3 hours within the National Park marveling at the beauty that is the Grand Canyon. Don’t forget to visit the historic El Tovar Lodge and Hopi House in Grand Canyon Village. Visit the South Rim and take in the dramatic views — ideal for photographers. Stop into the shop or enjoy your lunch and relax with the best seat in the house.

Sedona or Flagstaff: Horseshoe Bend & Antelope Canyon X Tour

3. Sedona or Flagstaff: Horseshoe Bend & Antelope Canyon X Tour

If you are staying in Sedona, your day begins with a scenic and narrated ride from the Red Rocks of Sedona to Flagstaff. You will travel through Oak Creek Canyon, named one of the top 10 scenic drives in the US, then through the towering Ponderosa Pines.  After picking up customers staying in Flagstaff, the vehicle will travel past the dormant volcanoes that make up the San Francisco Peaks and through Navajo Nation.  While on your journey, receive informative and entertaining narration about the areas you pass through from your experienced and knowledgeable local tour guide.  Travel through the Navajo Reservation as your guide shares stories of this ancient culture, and information about the unique geology and vistas along the way. Once you make it across the Navajo Reservation, you will have time to walk out on the unpaved path to see Horseshoe Bend, an iconic viewing vista.  Then, continue to be dazzled by the views at Glen Canyon Dam and the southernmost point of Lake Powell. Upon arrival in Page, Arizona, you will enjoy lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch, meet your Navajo guide for a spectacular tour of Antelope Canyon at the Canyon X site. Take advantage of many photo opportunities as you watch the angle of the sun changing inside the canyon.  Walk with the Navajo through the curves of this red rock slot canyon. You might even hear the sounds of flute music echo off the canyon walls.  After your tour, you'll begin your return trip from Antelope Canyon. You'll pass by the western edge of the Painted Desert as you re-cross the Navajo Reservation for a brief stop at the historic Cameron Trading Post. At the end of the tour, you will be dropped back to your hotel.

Sedona Mini Coach Tour

4. Sedona Mini Coach Tour

Learn all about the history, geology, folklore and legends of Sedona on this 2.5-hour mini-coach tour. You'll have plenty of time to take in the wonders that have made Sedona the most beautiful place in the Americas. Enjoy traveling in comfort on our spacious vehicles that give you a great view of Sedona. Our experienced, knowledgeable and entertaining guides will ensure you have a good time. You can experience the full beauty of the Sedona with plenty of time to yourself. You not only get a comprehensive tour, but also recommendations on places to shop, tours to go on, and places to eat. This is one of the few tours that lets you see Sedona in less then three hours. A "must do" early on in your stay!

Sedona: Sights, History, and Shopping Open-Bus Tour

5. Sedona: Sights, History, and Shopping Open-Bus Tour

Tour in an open-air, 360-degree-view vehicle and make six stops along this sights, history, and shopping tour in Sedona. See the red rocks, explore the powerful vortexes that Sedona is famous for, and stop for some of the best food and shopping around. Begin your day with red-rock views of Sedona’s peaks and mountains. Hear everything from how these rocks came to be to the best places to go to for dinner from your tour guide. Enjoy views of Cathedral Rock, Thunder Mountain, filming locations, and much more. In between stops, listen as your guide explains the mysteries of Sedona and its fascinating locations. Stop mid-tour at trendy Uptown Sedona for an optional lunch in between the other stops along the tour. End your tour back at the local partner’s office with some time before dinner to spend freely. The entire tour route includes stops at: • Chapel of the Holy Cross (30 minutes) • Sedona Airport Overlook (20 minutes) • Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping Village (40 minutes) • Uptown Sedona (60 minutes) • Rachel's Knoll (20 minutes) • Amitabha Stupa & Peace Park (30 minutes)

Sedona: Red Rock Range Pink Jeep Tour

6. Sedona: Red Rock Range Pink Jeep Tour

Relax and relish Sedona's incredible natural beauty. Board a customized Jeep Wrangler and head west for wide open views of the world famous red rocks of Sedona. Travel mild dirt roads to gorgeous vistas, listening to the narrative provided by your certified guide. For a truly unforgettable experience try this tour at sunset and enjoy seeing the light at dusk play along the rock formations. Enjoy sweeping vistas and pinyon and juniper forests. See some of Sedona’s most iconic views, including Thunder Mountain. Hear about Bradshaw Overlook, named for Bob Bradshaw, Sedona resident and movie scout.

West Sedona Canyon: 3-Hour ATV Tour

7. West Sedona Canyon: 3-Hour ATV Tour

Head to the outback of West Sedona Valley on an ATV and see where more than 40 movies have been filmed over the years. After an introductory training, experience this spectacular landscape for around 3 hours on a 30-mile tour. The canyon offers more than 100 miles of trails to choose from, and a guide will customize your tour based on the ages, interests, and skill levels of the people in your group. Take in the stunning views of the Verde Valley from the top of Skeleton Bone Mountain, from a point that's 800 feet above the valley floor. Don't be surprised if you see an antelope running alongside your ATV as you drive along the valley floor!

From Sedona: Archeology and Nature Hike

8. From Sedona: Archeology and Nature Hike

Follow in the ancient tribes' footsteps as you explore extensive Native American ruins, including 36 pit houses/dwellings, petroglyphs, and more. Travel by open-air jeep from Sedona to a secluded location that your guide has exclusive access to. Your guide will be sure to outfit you with everything you need to enjoy your hike, including water and walking sticks. As you hike through desert landscapes your experienced guide will point out artifacts and give insights into their significance. Learn about Sedona's fascinating past, the amazing scenery, as well as the history of those before us who lived here long ago.

From Sedona or Flagstaff: Grand Canyon Full-Day Tour

9. From Sedona or Flagstaff: Grand Canyon Full-Day Tour

Embark on a journey to Grand Canyon National Park. Admire the incredible views and geological wonders of Northern Arizona. Enjoy a tour fully narrated by some of the most experienced guides in the Southwest. After pickup from your hotel in Sedona, ascend the Colorado Plateau and continue through the photogenic Oak Creek Canyon. Take winding roads as you leave the red rocks behind, then stop at the tall Ponderosa Pines. Next, arrive at Flagstaff, where other travelers will join the tour. Pass by the dormant volcanoes of the San Francisco Peaks, before heading to the Grand Canyon South Entrance. Once at Grand Canyon National Park, explore historic buildings, see majestic views at Grand Canyon Village, and enjoy lunch on your own. See some of the widest and deepest scenic views of the Grand Canyon and the mighty Colorado River. Get to experience the magnificent South Rim scenery first-hand. From the South Rim, gaze 14 miles across to the North Rim. Visit the only point where you can see both Phantom Ranch, as well as the Kaibab Suspension Bridge. Your guide knows the best vistas to stop at and will make sure you get the most gorgeous, least crowded viewpoints. At Desert View, you are free to climb the Watchtower Observatory for amazing views that will leave you breathless. On your way back from the Grand Canyon, experience a view of the western edge of the Painted Desert, the Little Colorado River Gorge, and the Colorado River Gorge. Before you return, make a brief stop at the Navajo Reservation. Here you will have a chance to shop for authentic Native American souvenirs at the historical Cameron Trading Post.

Antelope Canyon, Monument Valley & Horseshoe Bend 3-Day Tour

10. Antelope Canyon, Monument Valley & Horseshoe Bend 3-Day Tour

Get back to nature and encounter the dramatic rock formations of Arizona on a three-day trip into Monument Valley, Antelope Canyon, and the Valley of Fire. Take a jeep tour of the Navajo Nation with a native guide, and get spectacular views from Horseshoe Bend. Avail of the chance to shop at the boutique stores and arts and craft shops of Sedona and more. Day 1: Las Vegas – Sedona (Wednesday) Start the day by traveling across the Mojave Desert and head up the Colorado Plateau. Journey along historic Route 66 as you make your way to Sedona. Then, take in the spectacular landscape of Oak Creek Canyon as it descends 2,000 feet (610 meters) to the valley floor. Stop to take photos of the red rocks and surroundings at the Oak Creek Canyon Overlook and Slide Rock State Park. Break for lunch in Sedona and browse the authentic Native American arts and crafts stores. Then, head into the surrounding desert to visit the Chapel of the Holy Cross and get panoramic views of Sedona's red rock formations, including Bell Rock, Courthouse Butte and Cathedral Rock. Depart Sedona in the late afternoon and drive to Flagstaff for your overnight stay at La Quinta Inn & Suites. Day 2: Monument Valley – Horseshoe Bend (Thursday) Head into Monument Valley to discover one of the Iconic symbols of the American West. Venture deep into the heart of the autonomous Navajo Nation, where the sandstone rocks tower from 400 to 1,000 feet (up to 300 meters) tall. Marvel at the near-vertical mesa buttes and see indigenous shrubs and trees. Take a jeep tour led by a member of the Navajo tribe, and go down into the valley to experience firsthand why they call this land “like no other place on earth.” Then, head to the mighty Colorado River. Visit Horseshoe Bend for a spectacular view, unique to the region. Continue to Lake Powell for your overnight stay at the Clarion Inn in Page. Day 3: Friday Antelope Canyon – Valley of Fire – Las Vegas (Friday) Start the day where “the water runs through the rocks” as per the local Navajo folklore. Tour the lower Antelope Canyon and visit the spectacular dunes created by the wind, water, and sand; there are no words to aptly describe these formations created by Mother Nature. After the tour, depart this amazing area and start making your way back to Las Vegas, along the way stopping for a lunch break and then visiting the “Valley of Fire,” named for the magnificent red sandstone formations created from shifting sands and dunes during the age of the dinosaurs more than 150 million years ago. The visit is timed to be able to see the appearance of the valley being on “fire” when reflecting the powerful sun’s rays into the valley (weather permitting). Depart the Park for an early evening arrival in Las Vegas.

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What people are saying about Sedona

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 48 reviews

The tour was an incredible experience. The highlight of our vacation. This is definitely a must do when you are in Sedona. Our guide was outstanding not only was he an expert about the area but he was actually an expert with outdoor activities. He was a pleasure to have as our guide. Hope he continues to do tours with this company.

Donnie was an amazing guide! He allowed time for water breaks and photo opportunities, along with fun information about the Arizona desert and surrounding towns.

It was an amazing experience and a great Hike. Very educational and the Guide, a previous screenwriter is extremely knowledgeable and passionate. Worth it!

HAD an absolute blast! So worth the adventure and the guides were excellent and informative. Great times!

I was stricken in awe by the natural beauty of the Antelope Canyon.