The Endless Opportunities to see Beauty!
One of our most popular tours is a day in beautiful red rock country. As you can see from the lists below, the possibilities are endless. What are you hoping to see and experience? Let us help you coordinate the perfect adventure.
We provide luxury vehicles, and our guides have various interactive tools to help you discover some of Arizona's secrets. Below are highlights from a few of our most requested Sedona area tours. If you have any questions, please e-mail us or give us a call. 480-970-8186
Sedona Day Tour
- Children 10 and under $155.00
- Minimum: $895.00
Chapel of the Holy Cross
Architect Marguerite Brunswig Staude, a student of Lloyd Wright, had a vision. While observing the newly constructed Empire State Building, she discovered that when viewed from a certain angle, a cross seemed to impose itself through the very core of the structure. Truly a visionary, she wanted to build a structure that would glorify her Creator, and in thanksgiving, for all that her family had received. Her vision became a reality in 1957, where today, we visit and sit in awe of this sacred place.
Tlaquepaque, a Sedona favorite, is shopping at its finest with artisan shops and restaurants and the perfect place for lunch. Sitting on Oak Creek, the architecture is authentically fashioned after a traditional Mexican village. Cobblestone streets, alleys, and a labyrinth of byways make this an old-world gem to explore.
Sedona's Wine Country
Page Springs is one of Sedona's hidden treasures and the perfect way to enjoy the end of a great day. There are tasting rooms with fabulous local selections and gourmet treats to compliment any palate. Located along Oak Creek, which nourishes the vineyards, Arizona is proud of its wine country. Definitely, worth a stop on the way back to Phoenix.
People from all around the world come to feel the energy released by the Red Rocks of Sedona. The Airport Overlook vortex site is one of the magical locations found in the area. It is the iron-rich Sedona sands that traveled through miles of northern Arizona canyons over the millennium and were deposited there, which give vortex sites their mysterious energy. Come see for yourself why over 4 million people are drawn here each year.