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Visit two well-preserved dwelling sites on this half-day tour with a local guide. After pickup from your location, travel to Montezuma Castle National Monument, cliff dwellings used by the Sinagua people, a pre-Columbian culture that inhabited the site between 1100 and 1425 AD. Then it’s on to Tuzigoot National Monument (also used by the Sinagua), a three-story pueblo ruin on the summit of a limestone and sandstone ridge.
Discover the past of one of the largest ghost towns in the United States on this shuttle tour of Jerome, Arizona. Visit abandoned mines, dilapidated neighborhoods, and more from the comfort of a climate-controlled van while your guide paints a picture of Arizona settler history through tales of Jerome's history.
Step Through Time Historic Walking Tour in Jerome Arizona
Hidden Gem Jetome
, Jan 2020
When I signed up for the Jerome ghost town tour, I was imagining an old western movie set with tumbleweeds and saloon doors. Jerome is so much more! Truly a hidden gem, its an old mining town in a weird limbo between decay and revitalization. And it’s got plenty of creepy stories to back up it’s haunted reputation. We loved the tour and browsing the unique art shops.
While in the area, go back in time on a 1-hour historical walking tour of Jerome. This tour takes you around the old mining town, as you begin to understand why locals call it a ghost town. Hear stories about miners, gamblers, and cowboys of the old west. Stop by the town’s first radio station, and pass by secret passageways. Plus, numbers are limited to 12 people on this small-group tour, ensuring you'll spend an intimate day with a small group of like-minded history buffs.
Hear the spooky stories behind the Wickedest Town in the West on this guided ghost and historical tour of Jerome, Arizona. Join a guide to walk through the ruins of the once booming mining town, and optionally use specialty ghost hunting equipment to sense when spirits are near. This small-group walking tour includes the optional use of equipment and narrated commentary from your guide.
Our guide was great. He was very friendly and knowledgeable. He took us to the vortex and explained about the native plants and their uses. He told us about our spirit animals and did a blessing. I would highly recommend this tour and guide.
Long considered a mecca by spiritual seekers, Sedona is believed by many to have sacred energy vortexes available for any and all to tap into. This tour takes you through stunning Sedona scenery to reach its most powerful spiritual centers. Your guide shares information about why the area is considered so highly sacred as you drive, and leads in ceremonies and prayers to enhance your experience of the destinations.
My bad. Had no clue that Vortex's weren't geological formations, but rather energy sources in the earth. The tour wasn't what I expected, but had I expected a mystical experience, I would rate it well done.
Thoroughly enjoyed the vortex tour. As a Reiki practitioner I have always wanted to experience the vortex's in Sedona. It did not disappoint! Lee was an exceptional guide, very warm and knowledgeable. I would definitely recommend this tour, and I would ask for Lee.
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.
Hear the history (and possible haunts) of Jerome, Arizona on this shuttle tour of the city. Discover the stories and legends behind what was once dubbed the Wickedest Town in the West with a focus on the town's mining past. Visit four historical mining sites, including one with an extensive collection of mining artifacts, over the course of the tour.
Crystal has been blessed as a teacher and spiritual guide. She openly shares her knowledge of the Native American ways which helped me reconnect with the Great Spirit and Mother Earth.
The majority of my tour was spent at the Medicine Wheel. Afterwards, Crystal took the extra time to go to Thunder Mountain and she taught me more about this special area that I have visited many times.
Thank you Crystal for helping me slow down and reground myself. I will continue to move forward with renewed passion, passing on all the knowledge and blessings that I have been given so that others may benefit.
This medicine wheel ceremony is a deep dive into the spiritual energies that many believe Sedona offers its visitors. Join a Cherokee elder for a traditional medicine wheel ceremony using a wheel made by the Lakota tribe. This hands-on tour includes personalized attention as your guide walks you through your fears, illusions, and truths for a potentially transformational experience.
Sedona has the best colors you can imagine! Photos can’t capture the beautiful colors of this magical place . Our guided tour was with Bob , amazing guide , really private tour and take us to the most exceptional places in Sedona . Hey Bob you did great !
Scenic Sedona is home of the enchanting red rocks. This tour is a memorable introduction to the Sedona area. Visit the landmarks including the Chapel of the Holy Cross, Airport Mesa Overlook, Cathedral Rock, Bell Rock, Courthouse Butte, and one of the most Beautiful drives in Arizona ~ Oak Creek Canyon. Your experienced and knowledgeable guide will share the geology, history and some of the legends of this popular area. This is a private luxury tour, for your party only!
Brad brought showed us 4 Vortex areas once we told him what tour we paid for!
, Sep 2019
We did get to see 4 Vortex sites , including the Chapel in the Rock and get close to Cathedral Rock on this tour and Brad(Tour Guide) was informative, however we booked with Earth Wisdom Tours and they sent us to their sister company Red Rock Tours. Once we arrived and got going, it seemed like Brad was totally unaware as to what tour we booked and what the tour we booked was about!
People travel from around the world to experience the mysterious vortexes that emanate from Sedona’s red rocks. The Sedona vortexes are swirling centers of energy where the earth is especially alive. See these cosmic forces for yourself on a scenic Jeep tour with a professional guide. Enjoy scenic vistas and native flora and fauna. Feel the incredible spirit of Sedona.
Bare witness to the grandeur of Sedona’s otherworldly landscape during this half-day round-trip driving tour. Cruise through Oak Creek Canyon to reach a 7000 ft overlook for sweeping views of the desert before heading to the Chapel of the Holy Cross. Explore the village of Tlaquepaque to browse the local arts and crafts and then head up to the Airport Overlook for more stunning views of Sedona’s most famous Red Rock formations.
Explore Monument Valley and its iconic features on this daylong excursion from Sedona. You'll see why the desert formations have served as the backdrop for countless John Wayne films. Get up close on a guided tour, including the Navajo Nation reservation and a historic trading post. Lunch and round-trip hotel transport are included.
Antelope Canyon is possibly the most-photographed of Northern Arizona’s sandstone slot canyons. The glowing orange and purple colors of the wind and water carved, narrow fissures in Antelope Canyon feature in many beautiful images. Lunch is included in the tour. Some hiking is required. Also includes a trip to Horseshoe bend and Glen Canyon dam.
Monument Valley is a must-do when in Arizona, well worth taking a full-day tour to experience its famous natural beauty. Starting from Sedona or Flagstaff, drive north towards the Utah border, traveling through the San Francisco Volcanic field and the vast Navajo Nation. See traditional Navajo homes, an authentic trading post and learn about Navajo culture as you travel on reservation lands. Take in the towering red sandstone buttes of Monument Valley while taking the 17-mile drive through the heart of the valley, and enjoy frequent stops for photo ops.
The Boynton Canyon Trolley Tour was excellent, and our tour guide was super fun. He made jokes, pulled everyone into the conversation, and explained so much about Sedona and its surroundings. I wished this would have gone much longer as I could not get enough of the beautiful views of the mountains. Be prepared to take an extra layer of clothes and a hat as it gets cold with the wind near the winter season. Overall, this was wonderful as you can get a sense of the city before you adventure it on your own. This tour should be the first thing on your travel plans while visiting Sedona. Will, for sure, do this again!
Hop aboard a trolley as you travel through Sedona and Boynton Canyon on this whirlwind tour. Along your ride, listen to exciting little-known facts about the town and hear American Indian legends from your guide. See Jordan Park and the mesmerizing red-rock mountain area of the canyon. Pass by filming locations from old Hollywood westerns, and stop at some of the most well-known landmarks for photo ops.
Experience the beauty of Sedona's red rock country firsthand on a guided tour. Enjoy the landscape of gorgeous Oak Creek Canyon, take in the views from Airport Overlook, and be amazed by Chapel of the Holy Cross—an architectural marvel embedded in a tall rock spire. Learn about Sedona’s history and folklore along with the wildlife and geology of the region as you cover all the scenic highlights of this stunning city in the American Southwest. You also get insider tips on favorite places for restaurants and shopping.
We were picked by Steve at a hotel at Sedona to Williams, to catch the train which took us to the Grand Canyon. Lunch and water was given out prior to boarding the train. Although the scenery was reasonably good along the way, it became monotonous after a while. We were a bit disappointed that we did not see the Grand Canyon at any time during the train trip. At the Grand Canyon Train Depot, we left the train and was given about three quarter of an hour to see the Canyon. Steve Took us to see the Canyon at several different spots, Bright Angel Trailhead, Pipe Creek Vista, Moran Point and Finally at the Desert View Watchtower. He escorted us on these short hikes, told us valuable information about the Canyon. We saw the Colorado river cutting and running through the Canyon at several sports. I would rate the group van tour as superb, but the train trip as OK. We most strongly recommend Steve Benson as a guide (Great Venture Tours) for the Grand Canyon Tour. He is the best guide we have even seen - knowledgeable, enthusiastic and good time management.
My wife and I wanted to see the Grand Canyon and were pointed by our friend to check out your tour..... and we are glad we did. The train ride was nostalgic and the different views shown to us by our guide could not have been better......
Speaking of tour guides .... Sheldon was nothing short of amazing....full of facts, gracious, and made you feel like you were family.
Do not miss this tour and if want a guaranteed perfect day .... ask for Sheldon!
Travel through the otherworldly landscape of the Arizona desert with a ride on the historic Grand Canyon Railroad. Settle into reserved seats on this train that’s been carrying passengers since 1901, and enjoy onboard commentary along the way. Hop off near the edge of the magnificent, sprawling canyon for a guided south rim tour to learn about the history of this natural wonder while soaking up spectacular views.
Dear Crystal, thank you again for a wonderful journey to the Sedona vortexes. This was my first visit and I really felt like I was in expert hands and that you were matching my energies to the vortexes that would be most suited for me. You spontaneous heart meditation was simply magical, I cannot thank you enough. Sending you lots of love, Deborah
Long considered a place for healing, the Sedona red rocks are believed by many to have strong spiritual powers. This spiritual journey through the red rocks introduces you to the stories and legends behind Sedona’s spiritual appeal, and helps you connect to the area’s strong energy on a deeply personal level. Each tour is uniquely catered to match the needs of the participants, so no two are exactly the same.
This was a private tour with Vishali in Sedona. We booked for our first day in town to get an overview. We were picked up at our Airbnb and were provided with lots of information we used during our 3-day stay. We were taken to the key spots we expected and a couple of amazing surprise spots. Highly recommend!
This tour is Private! It is a comprehensive on-road tour. You will not only see the most famous overlooks in Sedona but places other tours don't take you! The stories heard on this tour are wonderful stories of the people who first came here and settled. We will talk about who they were and how life was like for them. You will also get the full story of how Sedona got its name. It's a great story and you haven't heard it like this before! This is a tour which covers everything about Sedona. You will see Snoopy Rock, Lucy Rock, Schroeder Rock, Lizard Rock, Camel Rock, and so many more! You will get the history of The chapel on the rock, Holy Cross. Also the history for Tlaquepaque and what makes it unique. We will point out overviews and restaurants, hiking trails! If you find the vortexes intriguing you can also take a private vortex tour with Sedona Healing Journey as well! If you have a question we will answer it! You will go home with so many gorgeous pictures of Sedona!
Up your opportunity for spotting a spirit on this haunted tour to the abandoned mining town of Jerome. Join a guide who knows the stories and legends behind the haunts and use a specialty ghost meter to sense when spirits are near. This small-group tour is limited to eight participants and includes all equipment and multiple departure times during the day and night.
Antelope Canyon Original Tour and Horseshoe Bend from Sedona
, Jan 2020
Antelope Canyon and Horse Shoe Bend are stunning and certainly worth a visit. I understand that interest in Antelope Canyon has grown substantially in the last decade, resulting in a bit of a touristy feel. There will be multiple guided groups of 12-14 touring with you. There’s a bit more space at Horse Shoe Bend, but still crowds of tourists even in the off -season. If you’re booking from Sedona, it is a 3 hour drive each way. Plenty of good views to enjoy and Sheldon, our guide, provided great commentary along the way. The passenger van is a bit tight. You’ll be shoulder to shoulder with someone, so make sure it’s someone you like! Lol!
This was by far one of the best excursions I have ever taken. Very well organized with so much pure natural beauty. Antelope canyon is truly indescribable and the pictures don't really do justice to the wonder and beauty. Our guide, Lynn, was both knowledgeable and fun. My only recommendation would be to allow for more time at Horseshoe Bend. I could have used more time there to soak in the beauty. Otherwise it was spectacular. Definitely a "must do"!
Explore the natural wonders of Antelope Canyon, a narrow slot canyon carved by wind and water through the ages. A Navajo guide helps you photograph the shifting light and creamy colors of the sandstone canyon, a must-see amid the splendor of the American Southwest. Views of Glen Dam, Lake Powell, and Horseshoe Bend are included en route from Sedona.
This fascinating journey will take you into the heart of Hopi country. Visit the oldest continuously occupied villages in the United States on our fascinating, in-depth tour into the heart of Hopi lands. Tour departs from Sedona and Flagstaff.