Sedona is a magical place to visit. To maximize your experience among the red rocks, go on a guided tour to discover the area and learn about its storied history. Take a look at some of the best tours in Sedona AZ.
Sedona Jeep And Helicopter Combination Tours
One of the challenges to really explore Sedona is that it is inaccessible to most normal forms of transportation. That’s why Sedona Grand Canyon Air Tours offers a combination tour where you’ll be able to see the sites from a helicopter and a 4x4 Jeep over the course of 3 hours.
First, you’ll take off from the Sedona Airport and explore the ancient Sinagua cliff dwellings, petroglyphs, and the amazing red rocks which change to vivid colors based on the angles of the sun. Then, you’ll hop into a guided jeep tour of the rugged Soldiers Pass trail.
For those that want to pack in a lot of excitement in a short amount of time, this is the perfect tour to see Sedona in Waze a few other tours can provide. Be sure to book these tours ahead of time as they’re only $239 plus fees.
Full-Day Colorado River Float Trip from Flagstaff to Sedona
As the Colorado river runs south through Sedona, there is a wealth of memorable and historic stretches, including Glen Canyon, dormant volcanoes of the San Francisco Peaks, the Glen Canyon Dam and the Navajo Nation that are best viewed while floating down its waterways.
On this ten-hour guided tour floating down the river, you’ll begin at 7am in Flagstaff for training and safety instructions. Once you’re up to speed, you’ll board a large raft and be led by expert guides that will delight you with tales, legends, and other unsolved mysteries that have been intriguing visitors for centuries. Complimentary lunch is provided and transportation to/from hotels in both Flagstaff and Sedona is included. Word of caution: bring your sunscreen and be prepared to get a little wet!
Grand Canyon Railroad Tour from Sedona
If you’re looking for a gentler tour that still is chock-full of Sedona history and explore one of the country’s biggest attractions, then climb aboard the Grand Canyon Railroad Tour. This all inclusive tour is led by professional guides that will regale you with stories about the area’s rich history, answer your questions, and provide you with assistance for all your needs.
Experience the luxurious train ride with comfortable seats and large viewing windows to take in Arizona’s various landmarks, landscapes, and endless photo opportunities. Throughout the tour, there are six stops along the way where are you’ll have an opportunity to take an easy hike to stretch your legs and view vista points that only this tour can provide.