Sedona Red Rock Adventure
- Price from:
- 80 USD /person
- Payment Types:
- Credit Card
- Travellers cheque
- Wire Transfer
- Location Start:
- Local Hotels - Call for Details
- Location Finish:
- Same as Starting Point
- Start time:
- 07.00 am
- End time:
- 05.30 pm
- We Speak:
Last updated: 06/20/2006
Departs approximately 7:15am.
$40 children 11 and under.
Approximately 10 hours
Sedona's colorful Red Rocks have long been an inspiration to artists, film makers and visitors. Begin today with a stop at Montezuma's Castle, one of the best preserved prehistoric Indian cliff dwellings in North America. Next, it's on to the beautiful Sedona area with a visit to the Chapel of the Holy Cross, set between two huge red sandstones. You'll then travel into the heart of Red Rock country in uptown Sedona to spend time browsing the many galleries and shops and have a bite to eat at one of many wonderful restaurants or cafes. Many people think Sedona is just as beautiful -- if not more so -- than the Grand Canyon -- join us to see why! Return to the Valley between approximately 5:30-6:30pm. Meals and gratuities not included.
Upgrade your Sedona experience! Add a jeep tour among the red rocks to your Sedona tour! This 90-minute jeep tour will bring you through and above Sedona's famous red rocks to give you a spectacular views of the Mogollon Rim and the greater Sedona area. Total cost of above tour with jeep added: $130 adult, $79 children 11 and under. Want to maximize your time in Sedona? See our S-2 Sedona/Canyon combo tour in the Multi-Day Sightseeing Tours section.
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