Take an exhilarating helicopter flight that whisks you from the Grand Canyon’s South Rim to the North Rim. Through the ECO-Star helicopter’s panoramic windows, see the world's largest ponderosa pines in Kaibab National Forest and the mighty Colorado River. Snap photos of the Painted Desert, Desert View Watchtower, Marble Canyon, and Point Imperial before your return flight takes you through the dramatic backdrop of the Dragon Corridor. Choose from a wide selection of departure times to suit your schedule.
Experience the serenity of Emerald Cave, a picturesque natural attraction on the Colorado River. This kayaking tour takes a small group max of 15 people paddling up the river with a guide. Stop for snacks and swimming along the way. Round-trip hotel transport is provided from Las Vegas to Willow Beach in Arizona.
Take in gorgeous views of the Sonoran Desert and feel like you’re floating on a cloud during an exhilarating hot air balloon ride from Phoenix. You’ll experience the perfect start to your day followed by Champagne breakfast. Each flight lasts about an hour, with optional round-trip transport from your hotel.
Escape to the Grand Canyon on this full-day sightseeing adventure. Enjoy a scenic flight from Las Vegas to the West Rim of the Grand Canyon, flying over Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, and the Colorado River. Then experience the breathtaking views from the overlooks at Eagle Point and Guano Point. As added options, visit the Grand Canyon Skywalk for a photo opportunity or descend below the rim of the canyon in a helicopter to experience a one-of-a-kind view. Las Vegas hotel pickup/drop-off included.
Conquer the rugged terrain of the popular Broken Arrow Trail in Sedona in a 4WD vehicle during this tour. Bounce along and hang on tight as your guide points out the important landmarks and photo ops among the red rock formations.
Explore the magic and mysticism of natural vortexes on this small-group tour departing from Sedona. Traveling the region by Jeep, you’ll visit several vortex sites around town and learn about their history, all with the help of an informative guide. Whether you feel the energy on your skin or experience a feeling of enlightenment, find out for yourself the powers of a vortex. Keep things simple with this small-group tour, limited to 15 people for a more intimate experience.
Unleash your inner adventurer on this ATV tour of western Sedona. Ride down a desert trail surrounded by red-rock bluffs, steep canyon walls, and trees to get to lookouts, vistas, and quiet locations away from the sightseeing crowds. See spots of Sedona that have been used as filming sites for more than 40 movies, and drive up to the top of Skeleton Bone Mountain.
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Scottsdale’s #1 ranked TripAdvisor outdoor activity. Our rigorous Sunset Desert Jeep Tour is a bumpy off-road sightseeing tour through the scenic trails of the Tonto National Forest, connected to Scottsdale, Arizona.
Experience a world-famous Arizona sunset as our professional tour guides teach you about the Sonoran desert flora, fauna, and Native American history. At sunset, we will stop at our panoramic lookout point overseeing the historic Great Western Trail.
Vehicles used: Modified open-air Jeep Gladiator (14 seats), Jeep Wrangler Unlimited (6 seats), and Jeep YJ (7 seats).
Special note: Due to Covid-19, we are only offering private tours. Your Jeep will be private to your party only and will be driven by your Tour Guide. Tour guides will wear face masks and will continue to sanitize the Jeeps before every tour.
Off-Road Jeep Adventures is a special recreation permit-holder through the U.S. Department of Agriculture: Cave Creek Ranger District.
Make the most of limited time and see the highlights of Grand Canyon National Park in just a couple of hours on this sightseeing tour. Ride in a windowless, open-air Hummer and listen to commentary from your guide as you visit some of the canyon’s best lookout points, where you can hop out, take photos, and explore. Since this is a small-group tour, you’ll have plenty of time to ask questions, too.
Get to know the Grand Canyon on this guided Jeep tour around the South Rim. Choose one of nine different times throughout the day, then enjoy the Grand Canyon’s brilliant colors, cliffs, and rock formations while learning about the history and geology of the area from the expert tour guide. Finally, receive a ticket to the Grand Canyon National Geographic Visitor Center’s IMAX Theater to watch “Grand Canyon: the Movie.” Hotel pickup and drop-off in the town of Tusayan, AZ is included.
Travel from Sedona or Flagstaff for a full-day tour of Antelope Canyon and Glen Canyon, two of Arizona's natural treasures. Along the way, visit parts of the Navajo Nation, stop at an authentic trading post, and view the Painted Desert. Upon arrival in the town of Page, go offroading in spectacular Antelope Canyon with a local guide. Visit Glen Canyon and see the Colorado River, Lake Powell, and Vermillion Cliffs. Your guide shares commentary about the region's history, geology and wildlife as you discover the American Southwest.
Go off-road through Sedona’s red rock landscape on a Jeep tour that’s not too rough, but explores some of the area’s most dramatic scenery. Learn about Arizona geology, local history, plants, and animals as you travel along the base of the rock formations, discovering views to Cathedral Rock, Thunder Mountain, Bear Mountain, and more. This Sedona Jeep tour is limited to 10 people for a fun, personal experience, with departure from a central location in uptown Sedona.
Explore Sedona’s iconic red rock formations on a 35-minute helicopter tour, and enjoy aerial views of the cliffs and ridges that define the Sonoran Desert landscape. Soar above Cathedral Rock and Bell Rock, then steer past the imposing Three Nuns; take in Snoopy Rock and Steamboat Rock, and watch for the javelinas, elk and deer that thrive in the wild desert terrain. As you bank back towards Sedona, get a glimpse of Secret Canyon and see the cliff-side dwellings of the Sinaguan people, built high into an inaccessible cliff.
While visiting the Grand Canyon, discover an abundance of wildlife at the Bearizona Wildlife Park. This self-drive-through park features three miles of untamed Arizona wilderness, with black bears, sheep, bisons, wolves, deer, elk, goats and more. Also, Fort Bearizona is a walking exhibit that’s home to baby animals — like bear cubs and wolf pups — plus smaller species of wildlife, a petting zoo and more. In the Birds of Prey show, get face to face with and learn more about hawks, owls, falcons and other raptors. Fun for the entire family.
Take your tour of the Grand Canyon to the next level with this customizable helicopter tour that showcases incredible views of the National Park. Choose from a 25- or 45-minute flight that will transport you over the most vast part of the canyon. Enjoy the luxury of a state-of-the-art Eco Star helicopter as you gaze out over some of the American west's most breathtaking views. Whether it's your first time to the park or you've visited the Grand Canyon in the past, this memorable tour is sure to show you a side of the Canyon you've never seen before.
Spend a thrilling day aboard a Kawasaki Teryx UTV during an off-road tour in the Sonoran Desert. Ride on rugged and rocky trails in the scenic Bradshaw Mountains and cross the Aqua Fria River during the scenic journey. Your guide is knowledgeable about the region's plant life, wildlife, and history, with plenty of stories to share.
Experience the magical red rock landscape of Sedona from the air during this helicopter tour of the greater Sedona area. Along the way, take in spectacular desert views of canyons, rivers and the windswept rock formations that make Sedona unique. Learn of the natural and cultural history of the area, including the story of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
Not only is Hermit Road considered one of the most scenic routes in the Grand Canyon, but it’s also partly closed to vehicle traffic, making it an ideal location for a Grand Canyon bike tour. Follow your guide along a flat portion of the road that’s completely car-free—you get all the incredible Grand Canyon views without having to do too much of a workout in the desert heat.
The Grand Canyon is undoubtedly beautiful, but this helicopter tour of the iconic canyon elevates the views to a whole new level. Soar over Kaibab National Forest and into the Dragon Corridor—the deepest and widest part of the canyon. Upgrade your tour to include a Hummer tour of other essential Grand Canyon sights after the ride; your car is waiting for you for a seamless transition.
Take an off-road tour with a professional guide, traveling through the desert backcountry of Sedona by Jeep. Admire towering red rock formations, ancient canyons and native American art in the Honanki Heritage Site, which dates back at least 700 years. Learn about the history and wildlife of this amazing landscape on your choice of a tour to see the ruins only, or a tour that also includes Diamondback Gulch. Several departure times make this easy to fit into your sightseeing schedule in Arizona's Red Rock Country.
If you’ve ever ridden an e-bike, you know how fun they can be. And if you’re new to the sport, there’s nowhere better to test the waters than the picturesque Arizona desert. Starting at the Sundial town center, set out on an adventure with a local guide. Cruise through the desert, learn about local flora and fauna, and get great photos and video along the way.
Head out into the rough terrain of the Sonoran Desert from Sedona on a 4-wheel drive Jeep tour that provides a fun and informative off-road adventure. Your guide steers the open-air Jeep through the vast desert to show you the treasures of Diamondback Gulch, including the red rock formations that make this part of Arizona so famous. Have the option to upgrade to add a visit to the Honanki Heritage Site, which features ancient ruins and rock wall art made by the ancestors of the Hopi.
The perfect mix of outdoor adventure and relaxation, this tour combines a kayaking excursion with wine tasting in Arizona’s Verde Valley. Paddle down the Verde River in a kayak and stop at a vineyard for a sommelier-led tasting. Feel safe with a guide who can offer paddling and safety tips, as well as sharing information on the river’s flora and fauna.