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From Sedona: Vintage Railroad Car Tour of Verde Canyon

1. From Sedona: Vintage Railroad Car Tour of Verde Canyon

Travel along a wild and scenic river, only accessible by rail that was first built in 1912. Enjoy comfort and style, exceptional amenities and outstanding service. Wind your way through a red rock paradise, with tracks that hug the curves of the Verde River.Relax in spacious living room-style seating near panoramic windows. Individually packaged, freshly made snacks of meats, cheeses, fruits and brownie bites are served at your seats. Full bar service is available in every car. Stroll around the train to open-air viewing platforms. Take in astonishing views of a wild and vibrant frontier, historic trestles, bridges, and a 7,000-foot tunnel. See nature tucked into unusual rock formations, red rock pinnacles, and towering crimson cliffs. Look up to see bald eagles and hawks float effortlessly on the breeze above Javelina. Keep an eye open for wild burros, jackrabbits and many other canyon creatures who have been peacefully coexisting with this heritage railroad for more than 100 years.

Sedona: Self-Guided Driving Audio Tour

2. Sedona: Self-Guided Driving Audio Tour

Take in the distinct vibes of beautiful Sedona. Guide yourself on an audio-guided adventure to the most famous landmarks and drive through the stunning rock formations that characterize the city. Stop whenever and wherever you wish to and explore your surroundings. After downloading the Action Tour Guide app, begin your tour at the Sedona Chamber of Commerce/Visitor Center. Turn onto Route 89, or the Red Rock Scenic Byway, and start your scenic journey. Your first big stop will be at the Tlaquepaque Arts Shopping Village, a cute and quirky destination. Continue south to your first hiking trail: Marg’s Draw. Besides the stunning red rocks, this site also features plenty of blooming flowers in the spring. The next stop is Broken Arrow Trail, where you’ll learn all about the series of events that led to Sedona being called “Little Hollywood.” Visit the Chapel of the Holy Cross and admire its towering structure, inspired by the Empire State Building. Up next is Cathedral Rock, probably Sedona’s most famous formation. Reach the Courthouse Vista trail, that leads to one of the town’s vortexes, supposedly charged with spiritual energy. Finally, arrive in the Village of Oak Creek, full of shops and restaurants. But that’s not where your journey needs to end. Also included with this package is a complimentary bonus tour of West Sedona, which features extra vistas and hiking trails in the red rock region’s more secluded wilderness.

Sedona, AZ: Grand Canyon Guided Tour and Historic Railway

3. Sedona, AZ: Grand Canyon Guided Tour and Historic Railway

Considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Grand Canyon is a must-see. Make the most of your visit with this historical railroad tour. Beginning in Sedona, take one of the top 10 scenic drives in America to Flagstaff, known for its towering Ponderosa Pines. After meeting Flagstaff guests, head to the train depot in Williams and board the historical Grand Canyon Railway. Be entertained by cowboys and musicians as the train travels back in time along the scenic journey to the canyon. Enjoy wonderful views of the San Francisco Peaks as the train rolls through valleys filled with wildflowers, dense pine forests, high desert plains, and small canyons. Upgrade your experience with a first-class ticket, which includes oversized seats, big windows, bar service, and complimentary snacks. Arrive by train just steps from the Grand Canyon's South Rim and meet your guide, who will pick you up at the train depot in Grand Canyon Village. Explore the historical buildings of Grand Canyon Village before enjoying some free time for lunch. Rejoin your guide to travel across the south rim heading east. Spend approximately 4-hours in the Grand Canyon National Park. Your tour makes its way along the rim of the Grand Canyon, stopping at Grandview Point. a transitional point between the East and South Rims of the Grand Canyon. Marvel at the open views of the Colorado River Gorge afforded at the East Rim, as well as the butte-filled views for which the South Rim is famous. Later, climb up to the top of the Watchtower Observatory for magnificent views of the Grand Canyon. Tour the East Rim of Grand Canyon National Park as you make your way back to your hotel and get to enjoy sights most other visitors miss. See many scenic overlooks, the Desert View Watchtower and the historic Cameron trading Post on the Navajo Reservation. Next is a stop at the Historic Cameron Trading Post, one of the finest places to shop for authentic Native American souvenirs. You may also visit The Gallery, home of many breathtaking pieces of fine and historic Native American Arts and Crafts. Listen to interesting, informative and entertaining narration from your guide throughout your journey. View the western edge of the Painted Desert and drive along the Little Colorado River Gorge on your way back to Flagstaff and Sedona.

Sedona: Grand Canyon Express Day Tour with Guide

4. Sedona: Grand Canyon Express Day Tour with Guide

Experience the awe-inspiring beauty of the Grand Canyon away from the tourist crowds. Meet your certified interpretive guide at the local partner's office in Sedona and head up north to the Grand Canyon. Drive up Oak Creek Canyon and take in fascinating views of the Arizona high country along the way. Upon arrival at Mather Point, a scenic viewpoint along the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, gain a first impression of the canyon’s vast grandeur. Listen to the tales and legends about the historic structure and magnificent vista from your guide. Peer over Bright Angel trailhead, which leads hikers down into the canyon There will be plenty of stops at various scenic overlooks as you head west to the Grand Canyon Village. There, take in the historic architecture of El Tovar, shop at the Hopi House, and continue to soak in the awe-inspiring views of the canyon walls before returning to Sedona.

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What people are saying about Sedona

The train ride is geared to young families. The guided tour, however, was amazing. Our guide, Kevin not only brought a lot of knowledge and fun facts but also brought a lot of humor to the guided tour keeping everyone engaged. This a fantastic way to discover the Grand Canyon. I considered exploring on my own but am so glad I opted for this guided tour instead. Gained a greater appreciation of the canyon and region through the tour.

Our guided tour was positively awesome. Exceeded any and all expectations. Our guide was very knowledgeable, helpful and considerate. Can’t say enough about him!! Made our experience so meaningful !!

I love everything, our guide Burton was very helpful at all time, , it was a great experience for me and my mom

Our guide, Matt Nichols, was amazing! The views were breath taking.

I thoroughly enjoyed the full day with Burton as our guide.