Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Day Tour to Sedona Red Rock Country and Native American Ruins from Phoenix. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
It was a good trip and the area is beautiful and well worth seeing. If I had one complaint it was that it was a long day and having to climb in and out of the van was a bit much as the day went on.
A FANTASTIC trip! The guide was friendly, knowledgeable, and flexible. We did quite a lot in one day. Sedona and Montezuma's Castle and Wall were great. I highly recommend this trip to someone who has
a day to spend seeing this part of the country.
Except for the weather, the trip was wonderful. My trip guide was very knowledgeable, friendly, and a good driver, and, of course, the landscape was spectacular.
Excellent tour! Fabulous guide with a wealth of information. Made the best of a bad situation with the National Parks system closed. It was a great introduction to the Red Rock Country. Will use the Detours on next visit out West
I really enjoyed this trip Sedona is a beautiful town with friendly people. The scenary surrounding this area is awesome. On one side the desert and majestic red rocks and on another the green luscious creeks and tall pines. What a diverse landscape and incredible aura, love it.
Great tour! Sedona is magical and very unique. This tour is worth the money.....loved every minute of it.
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
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.
Great trip which we both enjoyed immensely. Tour guide was friendly and very informative. Wonderful sc.enery. Highly recommended.
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.
Had a wonderful trip to Sedona with our tour guide Paul. He was very knowledgeable and engaging with all the guests throughout the tour. We saw quite a few sights in a short amount of time. One of the best tour's I've been on!
Excellent tour for those staying in Phoenix or Scottsdale and not wanting to drive. I highly recommend doing a tour as driving will mean you will miss out a lot on taking pictures or just taking in the landscape. Everything was right on time. The tour buses are small - max. 13 people - and have comfortable leather seats. The tour guide is really knowledgeable and there were plenty of stops with more than a couple of hours for lunch and a walk around Sedona. The landscape is truly impressive and can't be missed if you come out to this part of the world. Recommended
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
Our tour of the Apache Trail was interesting. We saw some beautiful country. The Montezuma Castle was fantastic. However, our tour was greatly diminished by the complete failure of the sound system on the bus. Our guide was frustrated by his inability to share information with us as he drove. He did well at the stops we made but the experience definitely left us wanting more.
City of Sedona was awesome. Trip to Indian "yard sale" was the pits. Would rather have stayed in or around Sedona! Sedona is as beautiful as expected!
Pat and Garry
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.