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    Grand Canyon and Navajo Indian Reservation Trip

    Enjoy spectacular views at the Grand Canyon South Rim and East Rim, and pick up a native American souvenir on this full day tour from Flagstaff. Admire the views from the best vantage points during your Grand Canyon day trip before finishing your tour with shopping at Cameron Trading Post. Join this popular tour and experience the beauty of this natural wonder from the best overlooks with plenty of time for a nature walk, lunch (additional cost) and shopping at the curio stores. Tour the beautiful East Rim of the canyon and visit additional viewpoints along this 22-mile drive. You will also visit the South Rim, where the Grand Canyon Village is located.

    On the return trip, visit historic Cameron Trading Post with its excellent selection of Native American arts and jewelry.
    Grand Canyon and Navajo Indian Reservation Trip

    Downtown, Flagstaff

    • Day trip to the magnificent Grand Canyon from Flagstaff with a friendly, professional tour guide
    • Soak in spectacular aerial views from the South Rim, East Rim and additional viewpoints along this 22-mile drive
    • Cross the Navajo Indian Reservation and shop for souvenirs and curios at Cameron Trading Post
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    Grand Canyon Railroad Excursion

    Take a step back in time as you travel on the historic Grand Canyon Railroad. Each car of this Arizona railroad - which made its maiden voyage in 1901 - has been restored to its original state, and the crew members all have information to share about the train, it's history and many journeys. Journey through beautiful countryside on your way to the magnificent Grand Canyon, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Take in the awesome view, have a bite to eat on the train. The ride takes you across open countryside with mountain views before reaching the Grand Canyon by noon. Upon arrival, you'll have free time to explore before your guide meets you for your Grand Canyon rim tour.
    Grand Canyon Railroad Excursion

    Downtown, Flagstaff

    • Travel on the historic Grand Canyon Railroad on your way to the magnificent Grand Canyon
    • Pass through beautiful countryside and learn about the train’s history and many journeys from the knowledgeable crew
    • Discover the Grand Canyon with a professional guide on a tour of the rim
    • Enjoy free time to explore one of the views and this world wonder on your own
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    Antelope and Glen Canyons Scenic Tour

    Visit the Navajo Indian Reservation and see the true native America including a stop at their trading post. After you arrive in Page, Arizona you will travel by SUV with a local guide to Antelope Canyon where the changing light patterns will also make for brilliant photo opportunities. Travel by SUV with a local guide to beautiful Antelope Canyon and Glen Canyon. Your visit to Glen Canyon and the Lonely Dell historic site will bring you along the scenic overlooks of Lake Powell and the Vermilion Cliffs.

    The highlight of the day is Antelope Slot Canyon, also known as "the corkscrew". This slot canyon provides an amazing palette for changing light patterns throughout the day.
    Antelope and Glen Canyons Scenic Tour

    Downtown, Flagstaff

    • Explore the beautiful southwest on a guided tour of Antelope and Glen Canyons
    • Visit the Lonely Dell historic site and admire the scenic overlooks of Lake Powell and the Vermilion Cliffs
    • Enjoy amazing photo opportunities at the spectacular Navajo Indian Reservation
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    Grand Canyon South Rim Day Trip

    You get to choose how you see the Grand Canyon South Rim on this breathtaking tour from Sedona. Perhaps you'd like to see the IMAX movie, maybe enjoy a bird's eye view over the Canyon in a helicopter, or why not ride the historic Grand Canyon Railway? Whatever option you choose, you're guaranteed to see some of the most spectacular sights on earth!

    Your day begins with complimentary pick-up at your resort. You will learn all about the Grand Canyon's history, geology and more on this comprehensive day tour. Your knowledgeable guide will be narrating as you drive through this beautiful, diverse landscape. Enjoy a drive through Oak Creek Canyon (one of the 20 most scenic drives in the nation), Flagstaff and on to the Grand Canyon. Your first stop at the Grand Canyon National Park is at Grand Canyon Village on the South Rim, where you will have free time to explore the historic buildings, visit the gift shops, or walk part of the paved South Rim trail. Then, your guide will take you to the East Rim to a few more great lookouts. You will see amazing views of the Colorado River and the Painted Desert off in the distance. As you exit the park, you will drive along Little Colorado River Gorge into the Navajo nation. Here, you will stop at the Historic Cameron Trading Post. You will have the opportunity to browse the Native American artwork and shop for souvenirs. A family friendly movie is shown on the journey back to your hotel. A fun, educational day for all!

    Grand Canyon South Rim Day Trip

    Downtown, Sedona

    • Walk along the top of the Grand Canyon’s South Rim, offering breathtaking views
    • Gaze down into the mysterious depths of the Grand Canyon to admire dramatic rock formations
    • Explore the various shops and buildings of the Grand Canyon Village
    • Stop at the Historic Cameron Trading Post for an opportunity to browse the Native American artwork
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    Sedona Helicopter Tour: Red Rocks and Chapel of the Holy Cross

    At just 15 minutes, this helicopter tour allows you to get a quick taste of the Sedona area’s famous red rock formations and stunning attractions. You’ll fly past Lee Mountain and soar over the Chapel of the Holy Cross, a famous chapel built in the 1950s that rises dramatically from the red rocks. See the Three Nuns rock formation and then fly past more natural sights, including Snoopy Rock, Steamboat Rock, Bear Wallow Canyon and Schnebly Hill Road. After you’ve been picked up from your Sedona hotel and have boarded your helicopter, your thrilling 15-minute journey starts as you fly past Lee Mountain and head to the Chapel of the Holy Cross, an impressive Catholic chapel that was built in 1956 on Coconino National Forest land and is one of Sedona’s most popular attractions. The chapel rises 250 feet (76 meters) out of a massive red rock formation and blends in wonderfully with its natural surroundings. Catch a glimpse of the Three Nuns, a red rock formation that looks like three nuns praying outside.

    Next, soar past Snoopy Rock, named because it resembles the loveable Peanuts character, and Steamboat Rock before flying over Bear Wallow Canyon. Then look down on Schnebly Hill Road, an old stagecoach route from the late 1800s that was named after Sedona Arabelle Miller Schnebly, Sedona’s namesake and the city’s first postmaster.
    Sedona Helicopter Tour: Red Rocks and Chapel of the Holy Cross

    Downtown, Sedona

    • Fly over beautiful Lee Mountain and the Chapel of the Holy Cross on a scenic helicopter ride
    • Learn about the fascinating history and geology of Sedona from your professional pilot
    • Snap pictures of well-known rock formations like Snoopy Rock and Steamboat Rock
    • Relax with included hotel pickup and drop-off
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    Soldier Pass Trail Jeep Tour

    Only Red Rock Western Jeep Tours is permitted by the U.S. Forest Service to take you on this rugged and historic trail, the same one traveled by General George Crook during the Apache campaign in 1871-72. Ride over, around and up the iconic red rocks as you travel through the rugged countryside and challenging trails of Sedona towards Soldiers Pass where you will be captivated by the picturesque landscape. Journey to Devils Kitchen and Apache's Seven Pools for some stunning back-country scenery that will leave you breathless.This is a challenging 4x4 experience that only a Jeep can provide!

    Only Red Rock Western Jeep Tours is permitted by the U.S. Forest Service to take you on this rugged and historic trail, the same one traveled by General George Crook during the Apache campaign in 1871-72. Ride over, around and up the red rocks. A challenging 4x4 experience that only a Jeep can provide!

    Soldier Pass Trail Jeep Tour

    Arizona 89A, Sedona

    • Enjoy views of the beautiful, rugged Sedona desert landscape on a fun and adventurous Jeep ride
    • Travel along the historic and challenging Soldier Pass Trail for a one of a kind experience
    • Admire impressive red rock formations and hear interesting facts about the landscape from your guide
    • Journey to Devils Kitchen and Apache's Seven Pools for some stunning back-country scenery
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    Grand Canyon Railway Adventure

    Step aboard the Grand Canyon Railway for a trip to the majestic Grand Canyon you'll never forget. Feel the rumble of a vintage train as the engine chugs 65-miles across the beautiful Northern Arizona countryside. The train offers kaleidoscopic views of the San Francisco Peaks and rolls through valleys adorned in wild flowers, dense pine forests, high desert plains and small canyons. A narrated motorcoach rim tour of the Grand Canyon National Park enhances your visit by escorting you to the most scenic overlooks of the canyon! The excitement begins at the historic 1908 Williams Depot. Before the train departs you will be entertained by a Wild West shootout featuring the Cataract Creek Gang in an outdoor theater. Shop in one of two gift shops, or enjoy a hearty buffet breakfast before departure at the Grand Depot Cafe next to the depot.

    Then, hear the train whistle pierce the fresh morning air, beckoning passengers for a trip on the old iron horse to the Grand Canyon. Uniformed coach attendants provide you with white-gloved courtesy and service. Aboard the train, enjoy the tunes of strolling musicians who conduct sing-a-longs, an Old West train robbery, and the antics of western characters as they recreate train travel as it was back in 1901.

    The train arrives at the historic 1910 Grand Canyon Depot, the only remaining log depot still in operation in the United States. Buildings like the El Tovar Hotel, Hopi House and Bright Angel Lodge salute arriving guests as you pull into the station and disembark from the train. A narrated motorcoach rim tour of the Grand Canyon National Park enhances your visit by escorting you to the most scenic overlooks of the canyon.
    Grand Canyon Railway Adventure

    233 N Grand Canyon Blvd, Williams

    • Experience a natural wonder of the world like never before on the Grand Canyon Railway
    • Be entertained at a Wild West shootout featuring the Cataract Creek Gang in an outdoor theater
    • Enjoy beautiful kaleidoscopic views of the San Francisco Peaks during your train ride
    • Take a motorcoach rim tour which offers the most scenic overlooks of the Canyon
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    Colorado River Float Trip From Sedona

    Begin your day with a tour across the vast Navajo Indian Reservation on your way to the shores of the Colorado River at Glen Canyon. Then board your raft for a wonderful scenic float trip. Towering canyon walls and ancient petroglyphs are among the highlights of the day. Enjoy a tasty shore lunch and get an up-close view of the massive Glen Canyon Dam.

    This tour is seasonal and operates from 1 May to 1 October only.
    Colorado River Float Trip From Sedona

    Downtown, Sedona

    • Soak up the sun during a relaxing scenic float trip down the smooth water of the Colorado River
    • See towering canyon walls and Glen Canyon Dam from your seat on the raft
    • Tour across the vast Navajo Indian Reservation on your way to the shores of the Colorado River at Glen Canyon
    • Stop to enjoy lunch on a large sandy beach and discover a huge wall of ancient Indian petroglyphs
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    Mountains and Ancient Sights Helicopter Tour

    On this helicopter tour from Sedona, see the region’s mountain highlights and ancient attractions. Fly over the Red Rock-Secret Mountain Wilderness to see where locals play in the great outdoors, and admire the stunning beauty of natural attractions like Secret Canyon. Then see the ancient cliff dwellings of the Sinaguan people, who lived in the area between 500 AD and 1425 AD. After pickup from your hotel, head to the Sedona airport to board your helicopter and fly west toward the Red Rock-Secret Mountain Wilderness, passing over the Dry Creek area.

    One of the Sedona area’s most popular destinations for hiking and other mountain activities, the wilderness is surrounded on three sides by high red cliffs that are split by many deep and hidden canyons, including Secret Canyon, which you’ll see.

    Next, fly over Rattlesnake Mesa and into Boynton Canyon to see the ancient cliff homes of the Sinaguan people, a pre-Columbian group that occupied the Verde Valley region from 500 AD to 1425 AD. Their incredible homes have stood the test of time and are some of the most interesting sights on your helicopter tour.

    On your way back to the airport, fly over Bear Mountain, Fay's Arch and Doe Mesa.
    Mountains and Ancient Sights Helicopter Tour

    Downtown, Sedona

    • Fly over the Red Rock-Secret Mountain Wilderness and the Dry Creek area in a helicopter tour from Sedona
    • Admire natural landmarks like Secret Canyon, Fay’s Arch, and the ancient cliff dwellings of the Sinaguan
    • Learn the history of the region and landmarks with expert commentary from your professional pilot guide
    • Relax in comfortable round-trip transportation from your Sedona hotel
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    Sedona's Original Vortex Tour

    What is a vortex? Where are they? Where do they come from? How can the energy be utilized in healing? You'll explore these questions and more on this guided tour where you’ll visit at least two of the four main Sedona vortices! Come and discover the mystical world of healing, spirituality and metaphysics as you visit two of the main vortices in Sedona. You will experience the presence of powerful energy spots known as 'vortices' that Sedona is recognized worldwide for, and unravel the mysteries surrounding them. With an open mind, this tour will let your spirit soar.

    Sedona is recognized worldwide for the presence of powerful energy spots known as 'vortices'. The desire to explore the mystery and significance of these areas led to the birth of this tour - the original Vortex Tour.

    What is a vortex? Where are they? Where do they come from? How can the energy be utilized in healing? You'll explore these questions and more as this tour visits at least two of the four main Sedona vortices.

    Sedona's Original Vortex Tour

    Arizona 89A, Sedona

    • Experience the presence of powerful energy spots known as 'vortices' for which Sedona is recognized worldwide
    • Discover the secrets of the mystical world of healing, spirituality and metaphysics
    • Hear the fascinating history surrounding these spots from your expert guide
    • Visit at least two of the four main vortices in Sedona
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    Scenic Sedona Tour

    Ever wonder how Sedona got its name or why the rocks are red? Well, get all your questions answered and more on this wonderful introductory tour. Discover the untouched beauty of America's southwest on this 2.5-hour tour, where you will learn about the history and geology of this amazing area. Your guide will show you breathtaking vistas and colorful points of interest as you learn about Sedona's past. You can shop for Native American jewelry and crafts, discover Sedona's unique vortex sites and get some tips on the best shopping and dining in town! Ever wonder how Sedona got its name or why the rocks are red? Well, get all your questions answered and more on this wonderful introductory tour. Learn about Sedona's fascinating history. Your guide will show you breathtaking vistas and colorful points of interest as you learn about Sedona's past. This tour is fully customized according to the interests and abilities of the group. Before the start of the tour, your tour guide will go over the available options for the tour.

    The most popular route includes:
    • A drive through Oak Creek Canyon, one of the 10 most scenic drives in the nation
    • A stop at the Oak Creek Vista to take in the amazing views and browse Native American jewelry and crafts
    • Airport Mesa, which offers the most breathtaking view of West Sedona and its famous red rocks
    • Airport Vortex (short hike) - Your guide will explain the history and meaning of these "magical" places
    • Chapel of the Holy Cross - Built in 1956, this beautiful, architectural wonder is built right into the red rocks of Sedona
    Or you may substitute any of the following:
    • Schnebly Hill Rd. - Sedona's first road out of the canyon. This primitive dirt road offers amazing views of Sedona
    • Red Rock Crossing / Cathedral Rock - Visit the famous Cathedral Rock, seen in several films, walk along the beautiful Oak Creek, visit a vortex site, and more
    • Other options include Bell Rock, Gallery Row, Tlaquepaque and Boynton Canyon
    Scenic Sedona Tour

    Uptown, Sedona

    • Learn about the fascinating history and geology of Sedona from your expert local guide
    • Enjoy a drive through Oak Creek Canyon, one of the 10 most scenic drives in the nation
    • Stop at the Oak Creek Vista to take in the amazing views and browse Native American jewelry and crafts
    • Snap pictures at Airport Mesa, which offers the most breathtaking view of West Sedona and its famous red rocks
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    Airport Mesa and Cathedral Rock Jeep Tour

    Experience Sedona’s breathtaking desert landscape on this adventurous Jeep tour, which offers several scenic overlooks including Airport Mesa, the Chapel of the Holy Cross and Cathedral Rock, one of the most-photographed sites in Arizona! Admire endless views of impressive red rock formations as you enjoy informative commentary about the region’s history from your expert local guide. Because this is an on-road adventure, it’s perfect for families and those looking for a fun time without the turbulent ride typical of off-roading tours. Join your tour guide for a Jeep ride to two of Sedona's best lookout points for photo opportunities of a lifetime! First you'll visit Aiport Mesa which will give you the best bird's eye view of all of the famous rock formations Sedona is famous for. After a short hike up to the viewing vista, make sure to have your camera ready for postcard worthy shots of Capitol Butte, Coffeepot Rock, Courthouse and Bell Rock and The Fin. Next you'll take a short jeep ride to Catherdral Rock overlook, which is one of the most famous rock formations in Sedona. Here you'll be able to take in more of the beautiful landscapes that Sedona has offer.
    Airport Mesa and Cathedral Rock Jeep Tour

    Flagstaff, Sedona

    • Visit two of Sedona's most breathtaking, magnificent overlooks: Airport Mesa and Cathedral Rock
    • Enjoy views of Arizona’s jagged red rock formations from the comfort of your open-air vehicle
    • Learn about Sedona’s cowboy history from your experienced guide
    • Perfect for families and those looking for a calmer experience than off-roading
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    Canyons and Cowboys Tour

    Take a step back in time to the wonderful world of cowboys! Travel through the beautiful canyons of Sedona to an old log cabin, where you will discover its colorful history and hear tales of murder and moonshine!

    A rugged ride into the scenic and historic Dry Creek Basin surrounded by seven majestic canyons to the hand-hewn log cabin that stands as a reminder of Sedona's colorful past. Relive the early cowboy days and the old Van Deren cabin and hear the colorful story of its historic beginnings.

    This is a great tour to capture the color and beauty of Sedona.

    Canyons and Cowboys Tour

    Arizona 89A, Sedona

    • Take a step back in time to experience the wonderfully rugged world of cowboys
    • Travel through the beautiful canyons of Sedona following your expert tour guide
    • Enjoy a scenic ride into the historic Dry Creek Basin surrounded by seven majestic canyons
    • Discover Sedona's colorful history and hear tales of murder and moonshine
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    Sedona Helicopter Tour

    See Sedona's most popular natural landmarks on this deluxe 35-minute helicopter tour of Red Rock Country! On your helicopter flight, soar south from the Sedona airport over Cathedral Rock, Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte before passing Chicken Point within Broken Arrow. Fly past the Three Nuns at the Chapel of the Holy Cross, Snoopy Rock and more! After pickup at your Sedona hotel, board a state-of-the-art helicopter at the Sedona airport and head south past Cathedral Rock, one of the most famous rock formations in Sedona. You'll see Bell Rock, which has an elevation of 4,816 feet (1,468 meters), located just west of Courthouse Butte.

    Next, your aerial tour takes you to the Three Nuns rock formation, which stands guard by the Chapel of the Holy Cross. This remarkable church rises 250 feet (76 meters) out of a massive red rock but blends in with its surroundings, appearing as a natural formation.

    Then, soar past Snoopy Rock, which resembles the lovable Peanuts character, before continuing to Schnebly Hill Road toward Wilson Mountain, where Steamboat Rock sits. As you fly to Sterling Pass, be sure to watch for native wildlife such as elk, deer and wild javelinas among the rugged Red Rock Country landscape.

    Before heading back, see if you can spot the Secret Canyon, located within the Red Rock-Secret Mountain Wilderness. Then see Bear Mountain, Red Canyon and Boynton Canyon, and admire the ancient cliff dwellings of the Sinaguan people, who lived in the area from 500 AD to 1425 AD.

    After your thrilling ride, you’ll be taken back to your hotel.
    Sedona Helicopter Tour

    Downtown, Sedona

    • Discover “Red Rock Country” during a helicopter tour over Sedona’s famous landmarks
    • Get the bird’s-eye view of the Chapel of the Holy Cross, Snoopy's Rock, the Bell Rock and Chicken Point within Broken Arrow
    • Enjoy expert commentary, air-conditioned comfort, and endless photo opportunities from the sky
    • Relax with convenient pickup and drop-off from your hotel
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    Ultimate Grand Canyon Day Trip

    This Grand Canyon day trip from Flagstaff or Sedona blends ancient ruins, lava fields, majestic volcanoes and amazing views throughout Grand Canyon National Park and the remarkable Painted Desert. Drive along the Grand Canyon South Rim and East Rim by air-conditioned mini-coach and stop at lookout points to soak up dramatic vistas. Visit Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, immerse yourself in the fascinating history of ancient civilizations at Wupatki National Monument, and enjoy a Southwestern lunch at a historic Navajo reservation. Throughout your tour, you’ll learn about Arizona's history, archaeology, geology and flora and fauna from your expert guide.
    Rise and shine for early-morning pickup from your Flagstaff or Seodna hotel. You’ll be taken by mini-coach through to the Grand Canyon National Park.

    First, visit Wupatki National Monument, wherein lies the remarkable ruins of the ancient Native American civilization of Sinagua, who lived here for 400 years but then vanished without a trace. As your guide will explain, these ancient desert dwellers witnessed the dramatic eruption of Sunset Crater Volcano nearly a millennium ago, which destroyed their homes and forced them out.

    Learn about the eruption of Sunset Crater as you visit nearby Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, where you’ll see the expansive fields of lava you’ve just heard about. At midday, head to the historic Cameron Trading Post for a sit-down lunch at the restaurant. Chat with your fellow travelers as you enjoy a wonderful Navajo taco lunch which blends American, Native American and Mexican cuisine in the spacious dining room adorned with antique cabinets and Native American art including Navajo rugs and baskets. Enjoy the view of the Little Colorado River Gorge from the deck or warm up next to the fireplace.

    After lunch, hop back in the mini-coach and venture into the Grand Canyon for an afternoon of exploring this magnificent natural wonder. This portion of the tour includes stupendous views from Grand Canyon National Park’s East Rim and South Rim. Stop at lookout points to soak up dramatic vistas of the canyon and gorges below, and have free time to explore at your own pace by foot. Keep an eye out for wildlife including the endangered California Condor.

    Throughout your tour, your expert guide will teach you about the history, archaeology, geology and flora and fauna of Grand Canyon National Park and Arizona as a whole. Feel free to ask any questions you have. At the end of the day, relax on the drive back to your hotel with many photos, memories and fascinating information to share.
    Ultimate Grand Canyon Day Trip

    Downtown, Sedona

    • Experience the Grand Canyon’s scenery, monuments, history, wildlife and geology
    • Explore the fascinating ancient Wupatki ruins and Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument
    • Drive along the East Rim and South Rim, stopping to enjoy the views and explore by foot
    • Enjoy lunch at the historic Cameron Trading Post on a Navajo reservation
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    Grand Canyon West Rim Tour with Lunch

    Explore the Grand Canyon West Rim by air, boat and foot on this day trip from Sedona. This tour has it all: Take in gorgeous aerial views of Red Rock Country on a flight from Sedona, soar to the canyon basin on a helicopter tour, and take a pontoon boat ride down the Colorado River. Take an optional stroll along the famous Skywalk, watch a cultural performance by native Indians, and enjoy a hearty BBQ lunch on the rim of the canyon. After pickup from your Sedona hotel and checking in at the Sedona airport, sit back and relax as your pilot entertains you with expert commentary while flying over beautiful Red Rock Canyon and Sycamore Canyon to the Grand Canyon West Rim, the land of the Hualapai Indians.

    When you land at the West Rim Airport, you’ll board a helicopter for a 7-minute helicopter flight from the rim down 4,000 feet (1,219 meters) to the Colorado River. Here, hop into your pontoon boat for a fun 15-minute ride down the river while taking in the gorgeous sights.

    After you ascend back up to the rim, board the West Rim shuttle and head to Eagle Point, where you’ll may take an unforgettable stroll down the famous Skywalk (ticket not included). Overlooking the edge of the canyon, this transparent glass bridge offers one-of-a-kind views of the majestic canyon and its surroundings.

    Next, enjoy a cultural performance by members of the Hualapai Indian tribe before continuing to Guano Point to enjoy a hearty BBQ lunch on the canyon's rim. After your full-day tour, you’ll head back to the airport for your return flight to Sedona.
    Grand Canyon West Rim Tour with Lunch

    Downtown, Sedona

    • Enjoy a helicopter tour to the basin and a pontoon boat ride on the Colorado River
    • Fly from Sedona over beautiful Red Rock Canyon and Sycamore Canyon to the Grand Canyon West Rim
    • Admire sweeping views as you walk 4,000 feet above the canyon floor on the famous Skywalk
    • Have a BBQ lunch at Guano Point and watch a cultural performance by the Hualapai Indian tribe
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    Monument Valley & Navajo Indian Reservation (From Flagstaff)

    Enjoy a full day exploring spectacular Monument Valley on this full day guided Navajo tour! The Navajo Indians still live on the land here, and you will get the unique opportunity to discover more about their way of life as you hear stories and interesting facts from your local and knowledgeable guide. Experience the wondrous scenery of Monument Valley Tribal Park,including the iconic towering pinnacles, mesas, and buttes of the area, all of which have been the setting for countless films including John Wayne westerns.The photo opportunities are endless!
    Monument Valley & Navajo Indian Reservation (From Flagstaff)

    Downtown, Flagstaff

    • Enjoy a full day exploring Monument Valley on this guided tour
    • Discover more about the Navajo Indians, and their way of life from your local guide
    • Marvel at Monument Valley Tribal Park, including the iconic towering pinnacles, mesas, and buttes
    • Relax as you take advantage of included hotel pickup and drop-off
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    Carnival of Illusion

    “What the eyes see and the ears hear, the mind believes.” - Harry Houdini Are your ready to question your senses and have your mind blown? Carnival of Illusion is an evening of old-world magic in the style of Buster Keaton, Mae West, Gypsy Rose Lee and Harry Houdini! Get ready to laugh, have fun and celebrate a magical night out in a boutique theater. Journey with your hosts, Roland Sarlot and Susan Eyed, and catch a lively slice of magical history with their beguiling romp around the world! This top rated 80-minute magic show is a vaudeville-inspired evening full of tricks and illusions that must be seen to be believed. One night in this intimate theater will leave you wondering how they do what they do -- right in front of your eyes! Everything's an illusion except for this can’t-miss opportunity!
    Carnival of Illusion

    The historic Arizona Biltmore Resort, Phoenix

    • Have your mind blown with an evening of illusions and tricks
    • Travel into the past during an evening of old-world magic in the style of Mae West and Harry Houdini
    • Enjoy a unique blend of magic, music, and humor in an intimate theater
    • Keep your eyes peeled to try and discover how the performers accomplish seemingly impossible feats
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    Monument Valley and Navajo Indian Reservation (From Sedona)

    Enjoy a full day exploring spectacular Monument Valley on this full day guided Navajo tour! The Navajo Indians still live on the land here, and you will get the unique opportunity to discover more about their way of life as you hear stories and interesting facts from your local and knowledgeable guide. Experience the wondrous scenery of Monument Valley Tribal Park,including the iconic towering pinnacles, mesas, and buttes of the area, all of which have been the setting for countless films including John Wayne westerns.The photo opportunities are endless!
    Monument Valley and Navajo Indian Reservation (From Sedona)

    Downtown, Sedona

    • Enjoy a full day exploring Monument Valley on this guided tour
    • Discover more about the Navajo Indians, and their way of life from your local guide
    • Marvel at the wondrous scenery of Monument Valley Tribal Park, including the iconic towering pinnacles, mesas, and buttes
    • Relax as you take advantage of included hotel pickup and drop-off
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    Carnival of Illusion (Mesa Arts Center)

    Looking to conjure up a great time where before, there was nothing? Aba-Kadabra! We’ve pulled a virtual rabbit out of our hat with this old timey magic show, The Carnival of Illusion …. Ooooh! Treat yourself to 90 minutes of unbelievable fun styled after the Vaudeville greats of yesterday, Buster Keaton, Mae West, Gypsy Rose Lee, and the Harry Houdini! Tricks, or illusions, are interspersed with music and humor to craft a show that will appeal to the whole family. Best of all, it’s set in an small, intimate theater space, bringing the magic and mystery up close to your very eyes! Better hop on this one fast, before it goes *poof* and disappears!
    Carnival of Illusion (Mesa Arts Center)

    1 E Main St, Mesa

    • Treat yourself to a vaudeville-style magic show in an intimate theater space
    • Witness dazzling displays of illusion that will keep you scratching your head
    • Laugh out loud at comedic interludes and amusing antics
    • Spark your imagination and give your inner child a treat
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    Colorado River Float Trip

    For a scenic and fun day out in Arizona, you can't go past this relaxing float trip down the mighty Colorado River. Just sit back and relax as you soak up the sun, and watch the spectacular scenery go by you. Enjoy a tasty lunch, and also get an up close and personal view of the Glen Canyon Dam.

    Pack the sunscreen and be prepared for a fantastic day! This popular tour begins with a tour across the vast Navajo Indian Reservation on your way to the shores of the Colorado River at Glen Canyon. Then board your raft for a wonderful scenic float trip. Towering canyon walls and ancient petroglyphs are among the highlights of the day. Enjoy a tasty lunch (included in the ticket price), and get an up close view of the massive Glen Canyon Dam.

    Colorado River Float Trip

    Downtown, Flagstaff

    • Soak up the sun during a relaxing scenic float trip down the Colorado River
    • See towering canyon walls and the Glen Canyon Dam from your seat on the raft
    • Tour across the vast Navajo Indian Reservation on your way to the shores of the Colorado River at Glen Canyon
    • Enjoy lunch on a large sandy beach and discover a huge wall of ancient Indian petroglyphs
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    Grand Canyon National Park Aerial Tour

    From Sedona, take a 1.5-hour aerial tour to Grand Canyon National Park. Fly along the South Rim to Oak Creek and past the San Francisco Peaks to the Little Colorado River. Admire the beautiful pastel colors of the Painted Desert and take in unbeatable panoramic views of the majestic Grand Canyon. After pickup from your Sedona hotel, take a 1.5-hour scenic flightseeing tour to Grand Canyon National Park.

    Enjoy views of the Sonoran Desert as you fly up Oak Creek, past the majestic San Francisco Peaks and over the Little Colorado River. Be amazed by the beautiful colors of the Painted Desert, located in the Four Corners area spanning from the South Rim to the Petrified Forest National Park.

    Next, you'll fly over one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon! Marvel at fantastic views of the canyon as you fly over impressive peaks and ridges of the South Rim including Desert View Watchtower and famous Dragon Corridor. Be sure to have your camera ready for the endless photo opportunities!
    Grand Canyon National Park Aerial Tour

    Downtown, Sedona

    • Enjoy an exciting aerial tour of Grand Canyon National Park with a professional pilot as your guide
    • Fly over the park’s highlights including the San Francisco Peaks and Little Colorado River
    • Soar along the South Rim and admire the gorgeous pastel colors of the Painted Desert
    • Relax in comfortable round-trip transportation from your Sedona hotel
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    Carnival of Illusion (Tempe Center for the Arts)

    Looking to conjure up a great time where before, there was nothing? Aba-Kadabra! We’ve pulled a virtual rabbit out of our hat with this old timey magic show, The Carnival of Illusion …. Ooooh! Treat yourself to 90 minutes of unbelievable fun styled after the Vaudeville greats of yesterday, Buster Keaton, Mae West, Gypsy Rose Lee, and the Harry Houdini! Tricks, or illusions, are interspersed with music and humor to craft a show that will appeal to the whole family. Best of all, it’s set in an small, intimate theater space, bringing the magic and mystery up close to your very eyes! Better hop on this one fast, before it goes *poof* and disappears!
    Carnival of Illusion (Tempe Center for the Arts)

    700 W Rio Salado Pkwy, Tempe

    • Treat yourself to a vaudeville-style magic show in an intimate theater space
    • Witness dazzling displays of illusion that will keep you scratching your head
    • Laugh out loud at comedic interludes and amusing antics
    • Spark your imagination and give your inner child a treat
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    Ancient Ruin Combo Jeep Tour

    Venture into the picturesque desert backcountry on this rugged off-roading adventure from Sedona. Travel through spectacular canyons and enjoy views of towering red rock formations while you explore the terrain by jeep on your 3-hour tour. You'll be captivated as you stand amidst the ancient canyon walls and feel like a part of history as your guide explains the meanings and symbolism of the intriguing rock art displayed within the 700-year-old ruins. See what treasures lie in Diamondback Gulch with this unique experience you won't ever forget! Head to the meeting location along North Highway 89A in Sedona, where you'll meet your guide and hop aboard a Jeep for a rugged off-roading adventure through the Sonoran Desert backcountry. You'll return to your original departure point at the end of your tour. Travel through spectacular canyons and enjoy views of towering red rock formations on this 3-hour tour. You'll be captivated as you stand amidst the ancient canyon walls. Feel like a part of history as your guide explains the meanings and symbolism of the intriguing rock art displayed within the 700-year-old ruins.
    Ancient Ruin Combo Jeep Tour

    Downtown, Sedona

    • Enjoy views of the beautiful, rugged Sonoran desert landscape on a fun and adventurous Jeep ride
    • Explore ancient canyon ruins and listen as your guide interprets fascinating rock wall art
    • Admire impressive red rock formations and delve into a mysterious gulch
    • Stand in awe amongst the towering canyon walls and feel like a part of history
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    Grand Canyon South Rim Jeep Tour

    Leave Tusayan and travel to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon for a scenic jeep tour! Boasting some of the most dramatic views of the UNESCO-listed Grand Canyon, the South Rim is incredible to explore. Sit back, relax and learn while an expert guide drives around this astounding area of natural beauty. Frequent photo stops, a break at Grandview Point and a ticket to the Grand Canyon IMAX® experience at the National Geographic Visitor Center in Tusayan, which can be used at any time, are all included to ensure a fully immersive and all encompassing Grand Canyon experience! At your chosen start time, jump inside a minivan and head to the South Rim, the rugged escarpment that features some of the most jaw-dropping views of the Grand Canyon – a UNESCO World Heritage site.

    When you arrive, hop in a jeep for your fun 2-hour trail-blazing adventure! Relax as your guide drives you along the top of the rim, meandering between the area’s majestic-looking rock formations. Peer down into the depths of the Grand Canyon, and gaze at the Colorado River framed by towering limestone and sandstone cliffs.

    Pass hiking and horseback trails, picturesque lakes and backcountry wilderness used for skiing in the winter months. As you travel, enjoy frequent photo stops at panoramic vantage points and chat with your guide about the South Rim’s topography and geography.

    Your jeep ride finishes on a high note, with a stop at Grandview Point – the tallest point of the Grand Canyon’s South Rim. At a dizzying height of 7,400 feet (2,255 meters), Grandview Point affords sweeping views over the cliffs, gorges and ravines that typify the Grand Canyon’s landscape. Have your camera ready to capture shots of one of America’s finest vistas!

    After posing for photos and admiring the views, swap your mode of transport for a minivan and travel back to the start point in Tusayan, where your tour finishes. Before leaving, your guide will give you a ticket to the Grand Canyon IMAX experience at the National Geographic Visitor Center in Tusayan. Your ticket can be used on any day or time during the center's opening times to watch a 34-minute movie that reveals stories and the history of the Grand Canyon.
    Grand Canyon South Rim Jeep Tour

    Tusayan, Coconino

    • Relax as you cruise along the top of the Grand Canyon’s South Rim on a jeep tour
    • Gaze down into the mysterious depths of the Grand Canyon to admire dramatic rock formations
    • Marvel at the panorama of the Grand Canyon from Grandview Point, the tallest point of the South Rim
    • Watch the Grand Canyon IMAX movie at the National Geographic Visitor Center after the tour
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    Broken Arrow Jeep Tour

    Hang on tight for a fun-filled four-wheeling jeep adventure over the red rocks of Broken Arrow. Bump and bounce over rough terrain and through the unique red rock formations Sedona is renowned for on the most popular four-wheel drive tour in the Southwest.

    You'll be awestruck by the natural splendor and thrilled as your guide expertly navigates you down "The Road of No Return". Broken Arrow exceeds all expectations every time. Simply put, this is the best Jeep tour in the Southwest!

    Broken Arrow Jeep Tour

    204 North Highway 89A, Sedona

    • Experience the fun-filled Jeep adventure over the red rocks of Broken Arrow
    • Ride over the rough terrain and through the unique red rock formations in Sedona
    • Hold on tight as your guide expertly navigates you down "The Road of No Return"
    • See the exquisite sights of America’s Southwest from the seat of a four-wheeler
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    Diamondback Gulch Jeep Tour

    Hold on tight on a 4x4 adventure into the desert outback! From Sedona, this off-roading experience takes you by open-air Jeep through the vast Sonoran Desert. Travel through spectacular canyons and enjoy views of towering red rock formations while your guide shows you the treasures that lie in stunning Diamondback Gulch, from towering canyon walls to spectacular red rock formations and beyond. The sense of amazement you’ll feel standing amidst the awe inspiring canyon walls will ensure this is an experience you’ll never forget! Make your way to the departure point located on the North Highway in Sedona. After being greeted by your professional guide, board a 4WD, open-air Jeep and hold on tight as you venture into the wide-open terrain of the Sonoran Desert.

    You’ll be surrounded by incredible canyons, towering red-rock formations and desert outback brush as you descend into the stunning Grand Arroyos and mysterious Diamondback Gulch. You’ll be amazed as you climb up the other side!

    Stop periodically to appreciate the scenery and capture it on camera. Your guide will point out and explain difference aspects of the desert landscape, explaining the geological forces behind them.
    Diamondback Gulch Jeep Tour

    Downtown, Sedona

    • Enjoy views of the beautiful, rugged Sedona desert landscape on a fun and adventurous Jeep ride
    • Descend into the Grand Arroyos to discover the treasures of Diamondback Gulch
    • Admire impressive red rock formations and hear interesting facts about the landscape from your guide
    • Stand in awe amongst the towering canyon walls and feel like a part of history
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    Old Bear Wallow Tour

    Follow this rough and rugged early stagecoach route, which was the only road between Sedona and Flagstaff until 1914! As you rise in elevation you will see some wondrous sites such as Snoopy Rock, Teapot formation and Damnfino Canyon. You will wind your way towards the top of the Mogollon Rim as your breath is taken away by the view of Oak Creek Canyon. On the way back to town you will be wowed by Carousel Rock and the picturesque view of the Valley below.

    On the longer, 2 hour tour, a 4x4 excursion along the scenic volcanic rim trail is included.

    Please Note: upper portions of this trail may be closed in winter.

    Old Bear Wallow Tour

    Downtown, Sedona

    • Explore the spectacular red rocks that Sedona is famous for
    • Take a jeep tour to discover some wondrous sites such as Snoopy Rock, Teapot formation and Damfino Canyon
    • Admire the amazing view of Oak Creek Canyon from the top of the Mogollon Rim
    • Follow the rugged early stagecoach route, which was the only road between Sedona and Flagstaff until 1914
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    Sunrise Hot Air Balloon Ride

    The Sonoran Desert is beautiful, mesmerizing, a testament to nature’s magnificence...but it’s also filled with cacti and coyotes. Why not appreciate the desert from a safe view? Take a one-hour hot air balloon flight over the Sonoran Desert with breathtaking 360-degree views of the famous Arizona landscape throughout the flight. Before loading into the basket, the pilot will conduct a safety briefing, so make sure to listen carefully! Then you are up, up, and away, into the beautiful Arizona sky. During your exhilarating flight, the pilot will be your tour guide in the sky, explaining what you are looking at, how far you are going, and how high you are ascending. Upon landing, you will be greeted with a celebratory toast (a tradition dating back to the 1800's), food catered for you by the locally renowned Wildflower Bread Company, and a commemorative flight certificate. On your way back you can buy souvenirs to remember your aeronautical adventure We’re not just full of hot air -- this tour is as good as it sounds!
    Sunrise Hot Air Balloon Ride

    Central Ave, Phoenix

    • View the beauty of the Sonoran Desert from the basket of a hot air balloon
    • Enjoy 360-degree views of the stunning landscape throughout your flight
    • Follow along with the narration provided by your aeronaut and guide
    • Take part in a celebratory toast and a delicious catered dining experience upon landing
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