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Discover Sedona

There is a place, unlike anywhere else on Earth. Where you can walk among ancient red rocks. Where crystal streams double as the fountain of youth. A place where your spirit will soar, and your heart will race. Where a simple stroll can turn into an adventure of a lifetime. Where you can unplug from life as you know it, and reconnect to what’s really important. That place is Sedona, Arizona, the Most Beautiful Place on Earth, in So Many Ways. Start with scenery that makes your heart leap. Sedona nestles among a geological wonderland. Multi-hued stone formations jut upwards from the high desert floor creating a vivid, mesmerizing setting that changes hourly with the light.

Surrounded by 1.8 million acres of national forest land, visitors have instant access to recreational activities. Trails for hiking and biking, along with rugged jeep tracks, weave among the forest of pinnacles, spires, buttes and domes. Yet, you’re never far from the indulgences of town.

Regarded by Native Americans as sacred, Sedona continues to be recognized as a place of healing and spiritual renewal. Many come to experience the vortex energy centers of Sedona. Others want to prowl the 40-plus art galleries lining the streets, or to receive soothing treatments from the spa facilities.

While the idea of eating local has become a popular culinary trend, it never went out of style in Sedona. Local fruit and produce, along with trout pulled fresh from Oak Creek are menu mainstays. Varietals of grapes grow on lush hillsides and produce some of Arizona’s finest wines. Or try a prickly pear margarita. With its vibrant fuchsia hue it seems to reflect the tantalizing red rock surroundings.

Create lifelong memories in Sedona, Arizona. Unplug, and Connect in the Most Beautiful Place on Earth, In So Many Ways.

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Sedona is a an outdoor heaven

Grand Canyon hiking

Surrounded 7,300 square km of national forest land, four wilderness areas and six state parks, this is a landscape built for adventure. Over 300 km of trails provide visitors instant access to recreational activities. Hikers amble and mountain bikers zoom through the labyrinth of stone towers. Jeeps rumble into the outback and ride across sandstone outcroppings. Hot air balloons lift off early each morning to greet the rising dawn. Helicopters swoop in and out of high- walled canyons. Golfers enjoy bent grass greens and rye fairways all year long. And stargazers marvel at the glittering blanket of heavenly bodies.


Are you interested in something mystical? Continue that path of renewal and rejuvenation among the array of spas that include luxurious resorts, comprehensive day spas and acclaimed massage schools. Try hot stone therapy, a chakra boost or an outdoor deep tissue massage on the banks of Oak Creek. Many spas use indigenous materials like red rock clay and local plants.

Art & Shopping

The dramatic setting and ever- changing light of Sedona have been a powerful lure
for creative types. It is an arts community of ruggedly individualistic expression, from cutting-edge contemporary to visionary, Native American to modern realism. Prowl galleries and retail shops that showcase the artistic diversity of Sedona. You’ll also find wearable art, home décor, garden accents, books, music, souvenirs and so much more.

Native America Culture

Sedona was regarded as sacred by its early inhabitants. The ancient ruins of Palatki and Honanki are both cliff dwellings of the Sinagua, ancestors of the Hopi, who lived in the region from 1100 AD to 1350 AD. The Sinagua are responsible for Tuzigoot and Montezuma Castle National Monuments. Sitting on the banks of Beaver Creek, the V-Bar-V Heritage Site is the largest known collection of petroglyphs in the Verde Valley. A migration of the Sinagua began in the late 1300s, with families and groups moving away. By 1425, the villages were deserted. Reasons for their departure remain a mystery but warfare, drought and disease are a few of the theories suggested. It was about the same time that the Yavapai and Apache migrated into the region. The Yavapai, Apache, Hopi and other tribes continue to conduct rituals in and around the town. Native tours are offered through local tour companies. And Sedona’s art galleries carry a beautiful assortment of Native American jewelry, pottery, carvings, sculpture, rugs and more.

Wine & Dine

From casual cafes to white tablecloth dining rooms, health-conscious vegetarian to cowboy- style steakhouses, spicy Southwestern to elegant Italian, Sedona has emerged as a destination for lovers of fine food. Local fruit and produce, along with trout pulled from Oak Creek are menu mainstays. Varietals of grapes grow on lush hillsides producing fine Arizona wines, the perfect pairing for your meal. Sedona is meant to be savored.

Annual Festival & Special Events

Every season brings a different event, generally with an artistic or outdoorsy slant because those are Sedona specialties. Sedona International Film Festival has grown into one of the most prestigious gatherings of cinephiles in the country. The National Day of the Cowboy event brings the Old West back to life. Other annual events include the Sedona Marathon, Sedona Arts Festival, Sedona Plein Air Festival and Sedona Winefest to name just a few.

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Our Top Hotels in Sedona

Amara Resort

Amara Resort & Spa Hotel


The scenery here is almost impossibly beautiful, as if an artist made the entire horizon his canvas. Fortunately for all who visit, the Red Rocks are very real.

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Hilton Sedona Resort

Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock


Experience warm Southwestern hospitality in a cozy lodge ambiance during your stay, this hotel has something for everyone.

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Arizona’s Best Bits in 6 Days: Fly Drive Holiday

Las Vegas – Grand Canyon – Sedona – Phoenix

Explore the western desert of Arizona; visit the lively casinos and nightlife of Las Vegas. Discover the beautiful sun-drenched rock formations of Antelope Canyon, enjoy the amazing views stretching for miles over the Grand Canyon, and feel close to nature among the giant pine trees and red-rocks of Sedona.
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Highlights of the Western Desert: Fly Drive Holiday

Phoenix – Sedona – Grand Canyon – Holbrook - Phoenix

Explore the western desert of Arizona on this snapshot fly drive holiday. Enjoy live music and culinary delights in Phoenix, discover the amazing views stretching for miles over the Grand Canyon, and feel close to nature among the giant pine trees and red-rocks of Sedona.
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Canyons & Red Rocks: Fly Drive Holiday

Las Vegas - Zion - Bryce Canyon - Page/Lake Powell - Grand Canyon - Sedona - Phoenix

Start your unforgettable twin centre holiday with a stay in Las Vegas, the 24 hour non-stop playground of fun and excitement. See a show or roll the roulette, the choice is yours! Plus you can't visit Las Vegas without visiting the awe-inspiring Grand Canyon! Next, head on to Miami, an Art Deco, vibrant beach destination offering great year-round weather, top-ranked beaches and the sparkling waters of the Biscayne Bay. Most commonly known for South Beach and the trendy nightlife it has to offer. You can do anything from people watching and shopping on Lincoln Road to partying the night away in famous nightclubs such as Nikki Beach Club.
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Verde Canyon Railroad Adventure, Sedona, AZ £73 per person

Hop aboard the Verde Canyon Railroad for a 4-hour journey through the untouched and unspoiled Verde Valley. With first class seating, you will enjoy unobstructed views of Arizona’s geological wonders, wildlife and remnants of the Native Americans who once lived in the area. Though it is possible to hike in the canyon, by far the easiest way to experience it is by riding this scenic wilderness train.

This train is made up of exquisitely renovated passenger coaches and open-air viewing cars pulled by vintage locomotives and travels a route along the Verde River between Clarkdale and Perkinsville. After embarking from the Clarkdale depot, sit back for a 40-mile round trip that includes views of historic mining sites, geological wonders, Sinagua Indian cliff dwellings and wildlife from bald eagles to antelope.

Prices start from £73 per person.

Sedona Soul Tour, Sedona, AZ £121 per person

A Sedona Soul Tour is 2- 3 hours excursion into the amazing red rocks of mystical Sedona during which you will experience a brilliant transformation to self-awareness, spirituality, soul re-connection.

After a complimentary hotel pick up by the spiritual Tour Guide - Anke Buffalo Feather- there is a short ride to the most glorious spot in Sedona with 360 degrees of Red Rock country. In the tranquility of Mother Nature's energy you will learn to be in control of Life, embrace skills to living with Inner Harmony, eliminate Stress, find purpose and "get un-stuck". A shamanic soul re-connection session is part of this enriching Soul Tour. At the conclusion of this intense, liberating experience, you will soar, and a free 30-pages e-work book written by your guide is yours to take home with you.

Prices start from £121 per person.

Scooter Car Tour of Sedona, Sedona, AZ £181 per scooter

Combine the freedom of Sedona’s scenic highways with the excitement of a scooter car on this 3.5-hour self-drive tour. Open-air, 2-passenger, 3-wheeled scooter cars offer an unrivaled way to go sightseeing and enjoy unobstructed views — perfect for Sedona’s exceptional desert panoramas.

An informative guide leads the way to the best spots, like Sedona’s bustling Uptown district, the Village of Oak Creek, Snoopy Rock, Bell Rock and Chapel of the Holy Cross, a stunning architectural feat built right into Sedona’s ruddy buttes, sitting 1,000 feet (304 meters) above the city. Follow your guide to one of Sedona’s most epic viewpoints on a bluff overlooking the city. Try your hand at rock climbing on Arizona’s rust-red cliffs, and find out what a vortex is firsthand.

Prices start from £181 per scooter.

Time Difference:
GMT- 7hours

Closest Airport:
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport PHX (approx. 2-hour drive to Sedona) Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (approx. 45-minute drive to Sedona)

Getting around:
Sedona has a limited bus system and has two scenic trolley tour companies. Alternatively, you can hire a car from £19 a day and discover some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. The Red Rock Scenic Byway (SR179) is designated as Arizona’s first “All American Road.” It winds through Sedona’s Red Rock Country and is often called a “museum without walls.”

Public Transportation - Verde Lynx connects central Cottonwood with major employers along SR 89 and northern portions of SR 179 in Sedona.

Insider Tip:
Despite its arid setting, during the summer this portion of Arizona harbors a collection of truly unforgettable swimming holes. Streams tumble from the high country of the Colorado Plateau, carving dramatic canyons, such as Sycamore, Wet Beaver, and the most spectacular of all, Oak Creek Canyon, the 14-mile gorge connecting Flagstaff and Sedona.

During the holidays, Sedona transforms into a dazzling wonderland, adorned with millions of twinkling lights. Sitting at 4,500-feet elevation, the town enjoys moderate winters. Mild temperatures during the day but there’s just enough of a nip in the air come evening. Snow occasionally dusts the upper reaches of the surrounding mesas and mountains in a most picturesque fashion.

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