Conspiracy theories would have us believe that the government hides a lot from American citizens, such as the alien landings at Roswell and the punch line to this joke. Dig for the truth with today’s Groupon: for $45, you get a 2.5-hour conspiracy-theory tour of the terrain around Sedona from A Day in the West (up to a $75 value).
A Day in the West’s seasoned guides explore the underpinnings of reality during the conspiracy-theory tour. Custom all-terrain jeeps depart approximately 90 minutes before sunset, shuttling tourists into Sedona's natural surroundings as dusk ominously falls, begging the question of whether “dusk” is really a secret government program to make people go to sleep. Up to seven case-builders can ride in seat-belted safety and comfort as the jeep crawls across secret-soaked ground against a backdrop of the majestic Red Rock Range. Guides submit the available evidence for sinister subplots, such as the existence of a remote government-testing facility, Chupacabra sightings, and alien-human encounters, allowing guests to draw their own conclusions. Bring along a camera to gather photos of the beautiful scenery or snap award-winning shots of Bigfoot mauling an ice-cream truck.
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Juniper trees, prickly pear cacti, and other desert flora shade the rugged Sedona landscape, where A Day in the West's knowledgeable tour guides roam under the guidance of the outfit's owner, John Bradshaw, who's also the son of prolific Western movie stuntman Bob Bradshaw. Guests enjoy a breathtaking 4x4 adventure, touring past historic sites such as the Bradshaw Mountain and Van Deren Cabin. The A Day in the West team also shepherds guests on horseback along scenic trails, stopping for occasional alfresco picnics or dinners, shows, and wine tastings. Future ascenders can check here for helpful tips on weather, clothing, and recommended accessories. A Day in the West is now also the exclusive provider of jeep tours at Out of Africa Wildlife Park.