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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 Grand Canyon day trip from Flagstaff or Sedona is limited to no more than 14 people, ensuring you enjoy a more personalized Grand Canyon experience. The tour blends ancient ruins, lava fields, majestic volcanoes, and amazing views throughout Grand Canyon National Park and the remarkable Painted Desert. Highlights include a drive along the South Rim and East Rim; visits to Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument and Wupatki National Monument; and a Southwestern lunch at a historic Navajo reservation.
Pack in a full itinerary to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon on this day trip from Sedona, with the option to upgrade your experience with a helicopter flight over the famous canyon. Your guide makes stops at the Navajo Nation and Cameron Trading Post as well as scenic overlooks at the Painted Desert cliffs, Little Colorado River Gorge, and Desert View Drive. Round-trip hotel transport is provided.
See the sunset over the Grand Canyon during this full-day tour from Sedona or Flagstaff. Visit a historic Navajo trading post and eat dinner at the Grand Canyon Village. National Park entrance fees and round-trip transportation from Sedona or Flagstaff hotels included.
Travel through the otherworldly landscape of the Arizona desert with a ride on the historic Grand Canyon Railroad. Settle in to reserved seats on this train that’s been carrying passengers since 1901, and enjoy on-board entertainment and lunch along the way. Hop off near the edge of the magnificent, sprawling canyon for a guided rim tour to learn about the history of this natural wonder while soaking up spectacular views.
Enjoy a comprehensive experience of the Grand Canyon on a combination tour from Cottonwood that travels by small plane and helicopter. Admire views of Arizona's red rock country as you fly from Cottonwood to the Grand Canyon, then see the canyon up close by helicopter. See a Native American cultural performance, gaze over canyon views while eating lunch, and get a thrill with the inclusion of the Skywalk — a see-through platform that hovers over the canyon — and a short float trip on the Colorado River
Watch the sun set over the Grand Canyon on a full-day sightseeing tour from Sedona, and some some of the desert’s most scenic places. Drive through Oak Creek Canyon and the Painted Desert, stop at a Native American trading post, visit spectacular overlooks on the South Rim, then eat dinner at the historic Bright Angel Lodge. This Grand Canyon day trip includes pickup and drop-off at Sedona hotels, National Park fees, and dinner, and it's limited to 14 people for personal service.
Get a comprehensive view of the Grand Canyon and surrounding attractions during this day trip from Sedona. Take in views of the Painted Desert, see Native American ruins and volcanic lava flow fields. Ride in comfort along some of the country's most picturesque roads while listening to commentary from your guide. Entrance fees, lunch, and round-trip transportation from Sedona hotels included.
Visit Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park on a full-day excursion from Sedona, and spend the day exploring towering buttes, high mesas, and a spectacular desert landscape. Travel the Loop Road through the heart of Monument Valley, take in panoramic views from John Ford Point, and learn about Navajo history and culture along the way. Your Monument Valley tour includes pickup and drop-off in Sedona, entrance fees, and lunch, and it’s limited to 14 people for personal service.
Every winter the Grand Canyon Railway’s Polar Express comes to life on a journey from the nighttime wilderness of Williams, Arizona, to the enchanted beauty of “the North Pole”—where Santa Claus and his reindeer are waiting with a keepsake present for every good boy and girl. You’ll be smiling from ear to ear, as you watch children’s faces light up when the train arrives, and enjoy hot chocolate and chocolate chip cookies while listening to this timeless story.Make this a family holiday tradition, and call today to make your reservations (because space is limited to those who truly believe in the spirit of Christmas). The ride lasts a little over an hour, with the train leaving each night at 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.TOTAL ROUND-TRIP TIME: Approximately 90 minutes.
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.
Traveling between Phoenix and Sedona without renting a car is tough on time-strapped travelers, but this guided tour makes the trip a cinch. Not only is comfortable round-trip transportation included, but you also get the benefit of a guide who provides a local perspective on Sedona highlights and the old mining town of Jerome.
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.
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.
Add a thrilling outdoor adventure to any Las Vegas or Flagstaff vacation with this guided whitewater rafting trip down the Colorado River. Take a road trip to Peach Springs, Arizona, home of the Hualapai Indians at the gateway to the Grand Canyon. Then, challenge the mighty Colorado River’s varied rapids on a 40-mile (64-kilometer) journey through the canyon, taking a side hike to a travertine waterfall along the way. Helicopter transfer (if option selected) and boxed lunch are included, and an optional hotel pickup and drop-off is available.
Make the most of your time in Arizona on a guided day trip to the Grand Canyon from Sedona with a small group of 14 people or fewer. Learn about the history and culture surrounding the canyon as you take in iconic views from Grand Canyon Village, Yavapai Point, and more. This tour includes lunch and an optional 30-minute helicopter ride upgrade for a seamless sightseeing experience.
Glide effortlessly along the Colorado River during a full-day rafting trip, departing from Sedona or Flagstaff to Lake Powell. Meander between massive cliff walls and wind around Horseshoe Bend aboard large inflatable rafts specifically designed for smooth water. River guides point out petroglyphs and provide lunch on the riverbank.
Visit a spectacular desert landscape shaped by wind and water on a 12-hour trip from Sedona to Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon. Travel through some of Arizona’s most scenic places, shop for Native American art at a historic trading post, and hike through dramatic terrain. This 12-hour desert tour includes pickup and drop-off at Sedona hotels, a boxed lunch, and all entrance fees, and it’s limited to 14 people for personal service.
Enjoy a mellow rafting trip on the Colorado River during this full-day tour from Sedona. En route to Glen Canyon, where your raft float takes place, drive through the Sonoran Desert highlights including the San Francisco Volcanic Field and Painted Desert. Stop at a trading post of the Navajo Nation and browse the Native American jewelry and arts for sale. While floating down the Glen Canyon section of the Colorado River, marvel at the natural beauty, and take a lunchtime swim or hike to see Anasazi petroglyphs.
No trip to Arizona is complete without seeing the Grand Canyon, whose beauty is well worth the 2-hour drive from Sedona. See the Canyon and gain insight into the local culture and landscape on this guided full-day group tour, including stops at Sunset Crater and the Pueblo ruins at Wupatki National Monument. Dinner, guided narration, and round-trip transportation are included on this comprehensive excursion.
Combine visits to the Navajo Indian Reservation and the East and South Rims of the Grand Canyon during this 8-hour tour from Flagstaff. Lunch and round-trip transportation from Flagstaff hotels provided.
There's so much to see and do in Arizona it's impossible to do it all. But you can get pretty damn close with this full-day whirlwind tour of 5 National Monuments in and around Sedona. Enjoy the sights from the comfort of an air-conditioned chariot while learning about the areas natural and cultural history from an expert guide.
When it comes to taking pictures, smartphones have made us lazy. During this half-day photography workshop, get excited about the pictures you take and start to see them as works of art. Few places are as photogenic as Sedona. Red rocks carved by wind and water backdropped by desert blue skies. See through the eyes of a patient professional and leave with shots you'll want to hang up on your wall.
Get off the tourist track at the Grand Canyon thanks to this adventurous trek along the South Rim trail with naturalist guide. Travel 1.5 miles (2.4 kilometers) into this grand natural wonder, enjoying fantastic views and an included snack at a scenic picnic site. Finish your successful hike with an included lunch at Maswik Lodge back at the top.