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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.
Enjoy a 4-hour sightseeing journey by train aboard the Verde Canyon Railroad, which glides through the beautiful wilderness of the American Southwest near Sedona. Nibble light refreshments while traveling on the Verde Canyon Railroad through Arizona’s desert. Ride in a vintage train car or open-air viewing car to get a great perspective on the region’s natural and cultural treasures. See ancient cliff dwellings built by the Native American Sinagua people, historic mining sites and more as your train cruises along a route that follows the Verde River.
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.
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.
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.
Pack in a full itinerary to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon on this day trip from Sedona. 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 from Sedona or Village of Oak Creek.
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.
Discover the natural beauty of the Southwestern United States on a highlights tour from Sedona. This tour can be customized to your interests, with highlights such as driving through the incredible scenery of Oak Creek Canyon, a visit to Bell Rock and Airport Mesa, and a stop at Chapel of the Holy Cross, an architectural gem built into a tall rock spire. Browse stalls with Native American jewelry and crafts, and hear about the spiritual significance of some of Sedona's most renowned sites on this fascinating introduction to Sedona.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
Take in aerial views of Sedona’s mountains and ancient sites on a 25-minute helicopter tour that goes deep into Red Rock-Secret Mountain Wilderness. Soar above Rattlesnake Mesa and see the cliff-side homes of the Sinaguan people as you explore a landscape split by deep canyons and crevices. Capture unforgettable images of Sedona’s unearthly rock formations as you fly past Bear Mountain, Fay’s Arch and Doe Mesa, and enjoy sweeping vistas of Arizona’s dark pines and vibrant cliffs.
Pair premium wine tastings with rugged off-road adventure through the Arizona High Desert on this tour from Sedona. Sample four wines at a popular Arizona winery, followed by a tour through Sedona’s scenic landscapes and off-road desert trails. Tour includes wine tastings, narrated commentary, hotel pickup and drop-off from your Arizona lodging.
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.
Avoid large group tours and cookie-cutter itineraries with a private guided tour of the Grand Canyon. Departing from Flagstaff or Sedona, enjoy views of the Painted Desert and Little Colorado Gorge from the road, and explore Grand Canyon National Park with a guide. A private tour allows for a flexible itinerary, which your guide can customize based upon your preferences.
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.