8 reviews of Day Tour to Sedona Red Rock Country and Native American Ruins from Phoenix
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Reviewed by Angela B, February 2013
I enjoyed the Sedona tour and the driver. He was very informative and friendly. The weather for this day was rain and pour it did. However, it seemed that everytime we left the shuttle for sightseeing the rain would stop and saw the rainbow on the way back. Thank you. Angela
Reviewed by 苗 苗, January 2013
We were luckily the only two tourists this time. The tour guide not only took us to amazing attractions but we also learned from her much about local culture,history,etc. Services delivere were awesome.
Reviewed by Shane C, November 2012
Great trip which we both enjoyed immensely. Tour guide was friendly and very informative. Wonderful sc.enery. Highly recommended.
Reviewed by Maryanne G, October 2012
Beautiful sites! Visited more sites than I expected.
Reviewed by Corazon L, May 2012
Sedona Red Rock Country and Native American Ruins were very amazing and breath taking. The views are very spectacular, super natural and wonders. Our tour guide, Rick Riley was very productive, knowledgeable and knows what he's talking about and answered all our questions. He's friendly and a nice guy. Anybody who is visiting Arizona MUST see Sedona, the Red Rock Country.
Reviewed by Barbara S, August 2011
great tour; beautiful scenery; loved the cliffs and Sedona; appreciated the free time in Sedona. Very courteous tour guide; I would book again thank you ver much
Reviewed by Pat and Garry, Canada, February 2013
Montezuma's Castle was very interesting but Sedona was a bit of a disappointment. Red Rock country was beautiful. Since it was very cold (rain/snow), Phil, our excellent tour guide, cut short our Sedona stop and took us to the mining town of Jerome, so we actually saw more than expected.
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