Sedona Red Rock Explorer

Sedona Red Rock Explorer
 
Detail Tour lasts Approximately 6 hours.
Detail Hotel Pick Up & Drop Off is Included *View Details
Detail Appropriate for All Ages
Detail Handicap Accessible
Detail Both Cameras and Video Cameras are Permitted
Detail Gift Shop On-site
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Sedona Red Rock, Oak Creek Canyon & Tlaquepaque Village Sightseeing Full Day Tour, sightseeing
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 Spend a relaxing day taking in the beauty of red rock country while learning informational tidbits and historical and geological trivia from a professional tour guide, and explore the beautiful sandstone formations of Sedona's red rocks, like Cathedral Rock and Bell Rock, visit Tlaquepaque Village for shopping, see the Chapel of the Holy Cross, and so much more on this full day sightseeing tour! The red rocks of Sedona are well known, and hold some of the most beautiful rock formations in the U.S., from towering pillars and plateaus to smaller natural bridges and cathedrals, there is no shortage of breathtaking views in red rock country. On this tour, make your way through Oak Creek Canyon and visit the famous art galleries and shops of Sedona, as well as the Tlaquepaque Village, stopping to take plenty of pictures of famous formations and of Oak Creek Canyon, sometimes known as the smaller cousin of the Grand Canyon! Sedona's red rock country and surrounding recreational areas are second only to the Grand Canyon in terms of scenic quality and visitor popularity. You will want to make sure to bring extra memory for your camera, as the pictures will nearly take themselves on this fantastic sightseeing tour!

Oak Creek Canyon - This scenic river gorge is often referred to as the smaller cousin of the Grand Canyon, and is located within the Coconino National Forest. Some of the recreational activities you could find within the canyon include camping, trails, swimming, fishing, and a natural water slide along Oak Creek.

Sedona Red Rocks - The red rocks of Sedona are the city's most popular attraction, with towering formations and breathtaking colors that are only found in the area. The brilliant sandstone pillars include famous formations like Bell Rock, Cathedral Rock, and Chimney Rock.

Recommended Attire - Comfortable and supportive clothing and shoes are recommended, as you will be able to get out of the vehicle to explore and take pictures. Hats, sunscreen, and a light jacket are also suggested, along with other weather appropriate clothing and accessories.

Tour Highlights:

  • Views of Sedona's red rocks and famous formations, and Oak Creek Canyon.
  • Visit Tlaquepaque Village for shopping.
  • See Oak Creek Canyon Scenic Byway, Cathedral Rocks, Chapel of the Holy Cross, and others.
  • Guided and narrated tour.
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