Things To Do In Sedona

Up to 51% Off Scenic Vortex Jeep Tour

Earth Wisdom Jeep Tours

Sedona

$178 $95

Explore Sedona's vortex power spots and sacred sites from all angles with experienced guides

Up to 53% Off Private Destination Wine Tours

WineToursOfSedona.com

Sedona

$105 $49

Guides pick up guests anywhere in Sedona for scenic tours of Arizona’s myriad vineyards and wineries

30% Off Helicopter Tours

Arizona Helicopter Adventures

Multiple Locations

$270 $189

Soar past Camelback Mountain and over Old Town Scottsdale on a Paradise Valley tour, or take in famous red rock formations over Sedona

Up to 47% Off Jeep Tour

A Day in the West

Sedona

$158 $89

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Jeeps captained by seasoned guides lead guests on an extreme trail through Sedona's back country and western canyons

Up to 51% Off a Guided Trolley Tour in Sedona

Red Rock Magic Trolley

Sedona

$58 $29

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Trolley tours led by local guides take passengers through Sedona's high desert landscapes of Bell Rock or the Boynton Canyon

"Death Makes Life Possible" – Up to 45% Off Documentary

Illuminate Film Festival: "Death Makes Life Possible"

Sedona Performing Arts Center

$27.50 $15

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Drs. Deepak Chopra and Marilyn Schlitz present a world-premiere film about healthy ways to view death and mortality

Up to 51% Off Antelope Canyon Tour

Blue Feather Tours

Sedona

$338 $189

Experienced guides lead guests on a full-day tour of the renowned red rock slot canyon and visit a Native American trading post

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ParaToys Arizona’s powered-paragliding pilots spirit passengers into the sky in four-wheeled tandem paragliders. After a thorough safety briefing, student and instructor buckle into a BlackHawk LowBoy tandem quad paraglider, a two-seated aviation machine with a low center of gravity that keeps the vehicle stable. An engine, similar to that of an airboat or a tricycle fitted with an airboat engine, fills the attached parachute with air, lifting the pair of aeronauts off their feet. As guests take in panoramic views of the Arizona landscape, soaring at up to 28 miles per hour, the pilot explains flying techniques before handing off the controls. Passengers steer the aeronautical go-kart as the airborne expert offers helpful tips on how to pick up midair snacks from passing commercial airliners.

335 Jordan Road
Sedona,
AZ
US

—One of Arizona Helicopter Adventures' copters as it soars high above Sedona's red rock formations. Arizona Helicopter Adventures tours Sedona and Scottsdale. Here are just a few things you can expect to see while looking out the helicopter's windows:

Landing Sites

In addition to their standard helicopter tours, Arizona Helicopter Adventures offers packages that include other activities: dinner theater, a zip line course, or even an African wildlife park. In each case, the pilot lands right at the site of the attraction.

Fast Facts

  • FAA-Certified Air Carrier
  • Perfect safety record since 1985
  • Eurosafety-trained pilots
  • Pilots narrate tours through noise-canceling headphones
  • Arizona Helicopter Adventures shot their own movie called Aerial Sedona: A Breathtaking Journey, which is available in the gift shop
Sedona

* Red Rock Formations
* Chapel of the Holy Cross
* Oak Creek & The Mogollon Rim
Scottsdale

* Paradise Valley’s mansions
* Camelback Mountain & Old Town Scottsdale
* Several World Class Golf Courses

1200 Airport Rd
Sedona,
AZ
US

Sedona Red Rock Adventures' founder, Jim Reich, credits his father with nurturing a love of nature in their home outside New York City. As an adult, Jim transplanted his passion for the outdoors to the crimson boulders of Sedona after encouragement from a friend and fellow outdoorsman. A Western backdrop for movies during the 1940s and '60s, Sedona covers 19 square miles in the middle of scarlet bluffs, canyons, and Native American ruins and petroglyphs. Jim and his canine sidekick, Summit, share their affinity for fresh air through diverse tours that range from daylong jaunts into the Grand Canyon to the exploration of nocturnal wildlife during full-moon adventures. He adheres to Leave No Trace protocols, leaving nearby national parks free from litter or speakers blaring the theme from Chariots of Fire.

Jim powers all of his tours, including voyages through wine country and microbreweries, with drinks and snacks, and invites pooches along for the ride. He also snaps photos so that patrons can always remember the time they dropped their digital camera into the Grand Canyon.

1 West Highway 89A
Sedona,
AZ
US

Vortex Yoga Hiking’s yogi, Blair Darby, leads each tour with a deft touch, helping hikers merge nature and spirituality as he offers lighthearted reflections on both. Fuse the stability of russet mountains with the flow of yoga on a yoga hike, where participants hike to a predetermined yoga site, allowing for a cardiovascular warm-up and stern talking-to for lazy joints. On the hike, Blair provides spiritual guidance and observations, peppered with gentle humor. The yoga flow lasts about 45 minutes, followed by 15 minutes of meditation to center the body and practice newfound hovering abilities. For a customized experience, patrons can elect to combine their yoga hike with options such as a walking chocolate meditation, raw-food picnic, or mandala coloring. Kids under the age of 10 can discover their inner pool of enlightenment while stoking their inner fire of commercialism: one child per adventure is paid $2 to join the tour. Contact Blair for reservations or for more information.

100 El Camino Road
Sedona,
AZ
US

The all-terrain vehicle virtuosos at ATV Rentals of Arizona come armed with a four-wheeled armada of ATVs primed for desert sightseeing. First timers and veteran rovers alike can burn away stress and workday tedium with an exhilarating ride on an all-weather, all-terrain adventure machine. You must call ahead to make a reservation and, like all public-school teachers, your ATV rental comes fully equipped with a helmet and insurance.

55 Shelby Drive
Sedona,
AZ
US

Though Phyllis Anglin is in love with the landscape of Sedona and can appreciate why it draws so many travelers to the area, working in the travel industry itself was really stressing her out. Instead of petering out in the job that was distressing her, she decided to take on a new career, one that would still enable her to share Sedona's beauty with both visitors and locals. For years she had felt creatively inspired by her surrounds, and when the desert cacti were unresponsive to her improv-comedy prompts, painting classes were naturally the next choice.

At Paint Along For Fun, Phyllis and her team of instructors lead classes in which students recreate the golden sunsets, red rocks, and lush green forestry of Sedona. People can choose a class from the calendar based on what painting will be created that night, or they can reserve a private party and select from any of the studio's templates. The studio holds up to eight people at a time, and students are welcome to bring snacks, wine, or other refreshments to accentuate their evening.

40 Soldiers Path Rd., suite 13
Sedona,
AZ
US