By far our most popular hiking tour, this hike and sightseeing tour offers guests varying views of the Canyon, from the inside out. This tour is for guests who want to enjoy an excellent tour of the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, but also spend some time below the Rim.Enjoy a great tour with a knowledgeable, friendly, enthusiastic guide who loves what they do. We provide door-to-door service from your stay place with everything you need to have a great time. Grab your camera and leave the lunch, snacks, beverages, hiking equipment, and driving to us! We pick up in the following towns: Flagstaff, Williams, Tusayan, and Grand Canyon.Please contact us to provide sandwich order after booking: Roast Beef, Ham, Turkey, Vegetarian, PB & J. Gluten and/or dairy free available upon request.
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.
Spend some time exploring the Sonoran Desert with a guide. Learn about the plants and animals of the Phoenix area while you hike through the rocky landscape in the desert. The hikes are designed to suit a variety of fitness levels and abilities and are customized to accommodate the needs of each group.
Make the most out of your time at the Grand Canyon by taking this full-day small-group hiking tour from Flagstaff. Get picked up at your Flagstaff hotel and then journey to this natural wonder of the world. Once there, travel along the rim of the Grand Canyon as the guide explains the geology of the area. Have lunch at incredible Native-American ruins and do an optional stop at an old Navajo trading post.
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.
Join Michele Mattix, a certified mindfulness and meditation instructor and life-long meditator, for the meditation experience of a lifetime. We will be in some of the most incredible nature on Earth where you will experience a grounding ceremony and learn more about meditation. You will be guided through a meditation that will help you find inner peace and allow your spirit to soar among the red rocks. You will learn various meditation techniques and find the ones that work best for you. Michele will share tips for how you can make meditation a part of your daily life.
This experience happens at sunrise or sunset, so you will enjoy the magnificent views of the red rocks spotlighted by sunlight. Great for pictures! The activities are designed to help you access Sedona's vortex energy, feel peaceful, confident and empowered to achieve the goals you want in your life.
Enjoy the amazing outdoors in beautiful Sedona with an expert Guide! Options include guided 2-3-hour Vortex Hike or Vortex Yoga Hike with Yoga practice on the red rocks, as well as outdoor Red Rock Yoga or Creekside Yoga, without hiking. Tap into the energy of Sedona. See sights and trails only known by local expert Sedona Guides. Enjoy a scenic Hike or practice Yoga amidst glorious red rock views at a vista point location or along Sedona's Oak Creek.
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.
Our Bright Angel Trail day hike offers a tour with many options for length and difficulty, and it has shade, water and bathrooms roughly every 1.5 miles up and down. On the longer side, we can hike to Plateau Point which is a wonderful option for the fittest and most adventurous of visitors. And on the shorter side, we can hike to one of the rest houses for a moderate, stunningly beautiful hike. So for families, couples, and solo travelers, of an adventure and fitness level, this hike has a lot to offer!
Get below the rim on a day-long hiking tour of the Grand Canyon from Sedona, and discover the soaring formations and breathtaking landscape of America’s most iconic National Park. Follow your naturalist guide along a 3- to 5-mile (5- to 8-km) path and learn to read the geological story told in the layers of ancient rock. Return to the surface to visit the most iconic viewpoints along the South Rim of the canyon, pause for lunch at a village lodge, then visit more scenic overlooks before returning to Sedona.
On this small-group nature tour, you’ll hit stunning Arizona landscapes for a hands-on trekking excursion with a trained outdoor adventure guide. Get an insider’s perspective on the iconic, canyon-and-cactus-filled Sonoran Desert, synonymous with the American Southwest. Guided tours include a tasty brunch or dinner at one of Scottsdale’s most reputable restaurants, bottled water and snacks, plus door-to-door transfers.
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.
Explore the Sonoran desert with a private guide on this half-day tour. Whether you are looking for an easy hike or a challenging traverse over rugged terrain, your guide can accommodate the request. He or she can also put together an educational tour if you are traveling with kids. Dogs are welcome as long as they are leashed.
Have a whole bunch of fun, and come home with awesome memories on this morning venture into the Sonoran Desert! Enjoy sampling delicious wild edibles, learn about our unique desert animals, and even try out some traditional Apache skills- like making fire using a friction set, weave rope from agave, and much more! You'll come home with items you made from local desert plants, and a free copy of my book, Southwest Useful Plants so you can keep learning more!Want to customize your adventure? No problem! Contact me and we'll create your ideal adventure!
Set off with a small group limited to four people on a photography tour of the Sonoran Desert. This early morning workshop is ideal for anyone with an interest in nature photography. Outings take place March–June to maximize springtime photo ops. The instructor, a professional photographer, guides participants on a slow 2.5-mile (4-km) walk to train their “photographer's eye” to see beauty in subtle forms.
Our inspired adventures are personalized to your specific prefereces and needs , our experience and depth of knowledge from over twenty years of leading private custom trips is well known amongst the leading private concierges hotels and local Sedona area as being without question the very best .
The Sears-Kay ruins are an ancient defensive fortification occupied by the Hohokam between 1050 and 1200 AD. Situated on top of a hill, the location provides a scenic panoramic view of the Four Peaks, Superstition Mountains, Weaver's Needle, and Pinnacle Peak. The exploration hike is 1.6 miles round trip on a trail that is easy for most hikers. On the way up to the ancient ruins, your tour guide will give a presentation on Sonoran desert flora and fauna. As you approach the ruins, the tour guide will give a brief history of the Hohokam, providing context around the construction of the defensive fortification. After the tour guide finishes presenting the five ancient ruins, the group will be given time to take pictures before hiking back.
The mighty Grand Canyon is one the world’s seven natural wonders, but with almost 5 million annual visitors, it can be hard to escape the crowds. This private full-day tour will take you along the South Rim, where you can get back to nature on a scenic hike, then tuck into delicious picnic lunch (included) overlooking the canyon.
Hike through the Sonoran Desert with the benefit of a dedicated guide on this private excursion. The pace and itinerary can be completely tailored to your interests; your guide will customize the hike to you and your party. Learn about the desert flora and fauna through guided commentary and enjoy time to ask questions.
Our Classic Hike to the River is a wonderful introduction to Hiking at Grand Canyon National Park. On day one, we start on the South Kaibab Trail. We will walk 7 miles down to the Bright Angel Campground, crossing the Colorado River via suspension bridge. After setting up camp, we can hike to the Colorado River, relax under the shady cottonwood trees near Bright Angel Creek, or grab a lemonade at historic Phantom Ranch!On day two we begin our ascent on the world famous Bright Angel trail towards Indian Garden Campground, a 5 mile walk. A side hike to Plateau Point for amazing 360 views of the sunset will not disappoint! On day three we hike the remaining 4.5 miles up to the South Rim.Our Classic Hike to the River is an all inclusive trip. We provide all permits and fees, a certified wilderness guide, all gear, all meals and snacks, and transportation to and from our designated pickup locations.
Connect with other Goddesses on the red rocks in Sedona to empower the Divine Feminine within.Tap in to an endless source of creative power and potential and experience more passion and joy in your life. Be present and engaged in your body so you can be seen and heard in the way you want, earning the respect and recognition you deserve.Great for Bachelorette Parties!Practices taught by The Art of Feminine Presence SedonaLearn more: www.embodhibeing.com
We offer "educational" hiking tours. We tour off trail while teaching minimal disturbance and natural conservation, instead of guiding on the often over crowded public paths. We deliver our guests into the desert environment, as we teach the plants, animals, geological history, native history & culture, as well as the history of America's largest man-made lake - Lake Mead. An experience which is excelled only by going off trail. Our tours are low impact, non-elevation climbs, which teach the life abundant on the desert floor. By stepping off trail, we introduce our guests to the natural environment which simply cannot be successfully viewed by the public roads and paved trail byways. We also offer guided tours of White Owl Canyon, and the legendary St. Thomas "Ghost Town".
Yoga means “to unite”. We will play with an awareness of our own internal union and our unity with others through yoga asana and partner yoga. Partner yoga builds self-awareness, support, trust, letting go, balance and connection. Expect to laugh, have, fun, and remember to not take life too seriously in this dynamic yoga class. About the Yoga InstructorKim is a certified 500 Hr. Yoga Instructor with a Bachelor’s degree in Holistic Health, who has been teaching classes and workshops around the globe, working with world-renowned teachers for over ten years. She helps empower people to better know their bodies – physically, mentally, emotionally, and energetically. Her classes fuse integrated movement, mindfulness, and awareness to the present state. She reminds us that yoga does not have to be serious and is not just for flexible people, nor is it about contorting and compromising your body to achieve a particular shape.