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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.
Step off the beaten path to discover colorful alleys packed with larger than life murals and the stories that go along with them! Street Art Lovers and Curious Travelers and Locals alike love this highly specialized, behind-the-scenes, fun and in depth look into the Phoenix Street Art Scene.
Here's what you'll love! Together we'll . . .
+Get the skinny on the Phoenix Street Art Scene, Mexican Muralism and the movers & shakers that are literally changing the face of Phoenix.
+ Walk through colorful alleys and behind buildings to see more than 20 larger than life murals along with the back stories of the artists that created them.
+ Connect with locals at "The Hive", an uber local art gallery.
+ Discover the "Barrio Cafe" made famouse by local Chef Silvana Salcido Esparza.
+After the tour stop by "Realeza Michoacana" for an authentic Mexican frozen treat!
If you are looking for a rich cultural experience connecting you to the local vibe...this is it!
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.
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.
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.
Explore the mystical ‘energies’ of the city of Sedona during this sightseeing day trip from Flagstaff. Pass through the scenic Oak Creek Canyon before spending a few hours learning about the town’s supposed ‘vortex’ sites. You’ll have the afternoon to explore the numerous art galleries and lunch options at your own pace.
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.
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 the Apache Trail from Phoenix on a full-day tour that takes you into the legendary Sonoran Desert. Visit the ghost town of Goldfield, ride a steamboat on Canyon Lake, stop at the eccentric hamlet of Tortilla Flat and admire views of the Superstition Wilderness from Fish Creek Hill. Get a feel for the Wild West as you learn about the region's history and wildlife from your knowledgeable guide. Includes hotel pickup and drop-off and an expert driver who navigates the rough and winding roads for a stress-free day out. Choose between a small-group or private tour.
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.
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.
Arizona’s only taco food tour! Sample the best most unique variety of tacos. No two tacos are the same, we made sure to showcase some of the best tacos in town. We also added margaritas, chips, salsa, & some tasty guacamole plus a tasty dessert along the way. You’ll also enjoy a trolley ride and beautiful scenery through the West’s Most Western Town. See why Arizona’s taco scene is top in the country. All your going to want to do after is Tac-o about it!
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.
Taste your way around Phoenix on this food walking tour, a great choice for first-time visitors. An in-the-know guide whisks you around the historic downtown area to five different dining destinations. Enjoy sizable portions of some of the most popular items at each restaurant. In between tastings, learn all about the history of Phoenix and see its historic buildings and hidden tunnels.
On this guided scenic day tour from Phoenix, you will not only take in the breathtaking landscapes of this desert playground with plenty of photo opportunities, but you will explore ancient Native American ruins. With plenty of free time in Sedona to explore on foot, you might check out some art galleries, do some souvenir shopping, or even get a psychic reading. You also get to choose between a small-group or private tour, whichever suits your needs!
Explore the sights surrounding Sedona on this guided day trip. Head out from Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, or Mesa to see Sedona sights including the famous Red Rocks, Chapel of the Holy Cross, and more, followed by a visit to the old mining town of Jerome. This tour includes all admission fees as well as transportation among locations.
Travel from Phoenix to the Grand Canyon on a 3-day semi-independent tour in the American Southwest. Start with a road trip through the Sonoran Desert and Oak Creek Canyon to Sedona. On day two, step aboard the historic Grand Canyon Railway for a train journey to the Grand Canyon. Upon arrival, take a coach tour along the rim to absorb the majestic natural wonder and have free time on day three to see more, with options such as a helicopter tour available before returning to Phoenix.
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.
Even spirits can’t stay away from the beauty of Sedona’s red rocks. This Sedona ghost tour explores a local cemetery, and with the aid of a spirit box, helps you discover the spirits that are still in Sedona today. Though spooky, this ghost tour remains family-friendly, making it an ideal nighttime attraction for traveling with kids.
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.
Tombstone Arizona—aka the “Town Too Tough to Die”—is a 19th-century Gold Rush village in Arizona, now preserved as a living open-air museum. On this tour, take a journey through town on-board the historic Tombstone Trolley bus and experience a taste of the Wild West. Learn more about the historic boomtown from the live on-board commentary and stop along the way at sights such as Bufford House, the Bird Cage Theater, and Boot Hill Cemetery.
Learn all about the history, geology, and more with a fully narrated tour of the Grand Canyon's South Rim as we drive through this beautiful and diverse landscape. Trip also visits Cameron Trading Post on the Navajo Reservation and Little Colorado gorge with views of the Painted Desert.
Discover The Best of Our Flagstaff’s Beginnings City Tour On Your Own Time!
Take an epic journey across 500 million years of history & unearth the ancient, and more modern, beginnings of Flagstaff, AZ.
**This is a park and listen tour. Walking around exploring stops is not required, but always HIGHLY encouraged. You can experience this tour from any audio device: mobile smartphone, tablet, mp3 player or flash drive. You can either stream live or download.
Your Flagstaff Beginnings experience includes a tour stop list, tour stop map, and audio tracks for each stop along the tour. The tour will likely take about 1 to 2 hours total to complete, depending on how much exploring you do along the way.
After your purchase, we will message you WITHIN VIATOR/TRIPADVISOR access to your tour. This will usually take about an hour, but can sometimes be delayed for up to 12 hours. Only one tour purchase is needed for your group.