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From Sedona: Vintage Railroad Car Tour of Verde Canyon

1. From Sedona: Vintage Railroad Car Tour of Verde Canyon

Travel along a wild and scenic river, only accessible by rail that was first built in 1912. Enjoy comfort and style, exceptional amenities and outstanding service. Wind your way through a red rock paradise, with tracks that hug the curves of the Verde River.Relax in spacious living room-style seating near panoramic windows. Individually packaged, freshly made snacks of meats, cheeses, fruits and brownie bites are served at your seats. Full bar service is available in every car. Stroll around the train to open-air viewing platforms. Take in astonishing views of a wild and vibrant frontier, historic trestles, bridges, and a 7,000-foot tunnel. See nature tucked into unusual rock formations, red rock pinnacles, and towering crimson cliffs. Look up to see bald eagles and hawks float effortlessly on the breeze above Javelina. Keep an eye open for wild burros, jackrabbits and many other canyon creatures who have been peacefully coexisting with this heritage railroad for more than 100 years.

Sedona: Chuckwagon Supper and Western Stage Show

2. Sedona: Chuckwagon Supper and Western Stage Show

Visit the Blazin' M Ranch in Cottonwood and step back in time as you partake in an evening of western-style fun. Explore an authentically replicated western town, dine on a chicken and rib dinner, and take in a western stage show. Start your Wild West experience by exploring the Blazin' M Ranch Frontier Town located just outside of Sedona. Be sure to bring some extra spending money to make the most of the many family-friendly attractions and activities sure to delight and entertain. You'll find a real western saloon, axe throwing, bull riding, wagon rides, shopping, and other fun activities for people of all ages. Check out the shooting gallery, get some ropin' lessons, ride a vintage tractor pull, and much more. Or visit the Red Garter Old-Tyme Photo Studio, dress up in Victorian, saloon girl, or gunslinger regalia and have your picture taken for the perfect memory of your visit. At 6:30 PM, listen for the chow bell to ring and be seated for your chuckwagon-style meal. Dine on tender barbeque chicken, pork ribs, baked potato, cowboy beans, fluffy flying biscuits, and the signature prickly pear coleslaw. Beverages such as lemonade, iced tea, and coffee are included. Then, after a scrumptious dessert of homemade caramel apple crisp, the lights dim, and the Western Stage Show begins. Sit back and take in a performance by the Blazin' M Wranglers. Enjoy an array of western hits, including songs by Chris Stapleton, Jerry Lee Lewis, Kenny Rogers, Bob Willis and The Texas Playboys, and a few original hits by the band. At the end of the show, the shops will reopen for any last-minute souvenir searches. 

Sedona: Verde Canyon Railroad Trip with Beer Tasting

3. Sedona: Verde Canyon Railroad Trip with Beer Tasting

Experience a scenic train ride through the wilderness of Sedona departing from Clarkdale, Arizona with the Verde Canyon Railroad. Relax in the picturesque landscape of the canyon as you sip on craft beers with your friends. Set off into the wild and discover a world of beauty outside your window. Make your way to the Verde Canyon Railroad in Clarkdale and meet your friendly host and group for the day. Sit out in the sun and bask in the canyon with some refreshing Arizona craft beers. Let conversation pass as spirits fly and tuck into a lunch of your choice from the cafe before you get on board the train. Once the beer tasting is finished you'll jump onto your carriage and set off. Make tracks through the wilderness as you sit in comfort with panoramic windows to immerse you in the scenery. Help yourself to the bar service available in every car and enjoy snacks of cheese and brownie bites.

Grand Canyon & Sedona: Self-Guided Driving Tour Bundle

4. Grand Canyon & Sedona: Self-Guided Driving Tour Bundle

Discover the staggering views of the Grand Canyon and Sedona's impressive buttes as you drive yourself through both sites with the assistance of an audioguide. Download the smartphone app to begin your self-guided tour and make as many stops as you wish to. Your Grand Canyon tour begins by the park’s south entrance, where you'll hear about the early history of this stunning place. Enjoy stops at Mather Point, Yavapai Point, and the Yavapai Geology Museum, full of insider knowledge on the canyon’s complex geology. Visit Grand Canyon Village for some snacks and souvenirs, then walk along the South Rim Trail, the park’s most popular path. Dive into the peculiar construction of the Hopi House and board the free Grand Canyon Shuttle to see Powell Point, Hopi Point, and The Abyss, before arriving at Hermit’s Rest. Enjoy some more great views, including the impressive Desert View Watchtower, before your visit is over. Move on to Sedona to begin your tour at the Chamber of Commerce/Visitor Center. Turn onto the famous Red Rock Scenic Byway and get acquainted with the spiritual history of this town. Enter the Tlaquepaque Arts Shopping Village then drive over to the towering Chapel of the Holy Cross to find the trail for Cathedral Rock, Sedona’s most famous formation. Reach the Courthouse Vista with spectacular views, then arrive in the Village of Oak Creek, full of more shops and restaurants.

From Metro Phoenix: Sedona Day Trip w/ Optional Wine Tasting

5. From Metro Phoenix: Sedona Day Trip w/ Optional Wine Tasting

Combine the best of all the Sedona area has to offer with this sightseeing day tour. Travel north from Phoenix through the scenic Black Canyon Hills of the Sonoran Desert and see the amazing desert plant-life and mountain scenery along the way. Upon arrival to the Sedona area, admire the picture-perfect view of Bell Rock Vista from the Chapel of the Holy Cross, visit Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village, and then the rustic, old-west shopping district of Uptown. Uptown also is home to many wonderful lunch options. This tour has a flexible itinerary, and booking early will allow you to choose the options that your group prefers to include. Sedona has a multitude of options, so spend the day exploring your way.

Arizona: Grand Canyon, Sedona, & Horseshoe Bend In-App Tours

6. Arizona: Grand Canyon, Sedona, & Horseshoe Bend In-App Tours

Take advantage of your time in Arizona to discover its 3 biggest natural and cultural attractions: the Grand Canyon, Sedona, and Horseshoe Bend. Simply download the tour app and guide yourself through exciting driving and walking adventures using the audio narration and your phone's GPS. Once downloaded, your Grand Canyon tour begins near the park’s south welcome sign. Visit Mather Point, Yavapai Point, and the Geology Museum, before heading over to Grand Canyon Village for snacks and souvenirs. Walk along South Rim Trail and hear about the peculiar Hopi House. Board the free Grand Canyon Shuttle and stop at some incredible vistas, including Powell Point, Hopi Point, and The Abyss. More great views await you back east at Pipe Creek Vista and Grandview Point, as well as the impressive Desert View Watchtower. The tour concludes here. Your tour of Sedona begins at the Visitor Center. Drive the Red Rock Scenic Byway and learn about the spiritual history of this town. Explore the Tlaquepaque Arts Shopping Village, the Chapel of the Holy Cross, Cathedral Rock, and the Courthouse Vista. End your tour in the Village of Oak Creek. Head on over to the trailhead for Horseshoe Bend to hear about the early days of the Colorado River and how the current formation was created. Arrive at Horseshoe Bend and admire the jaw-dropping views of the landmark. Take a guided driving tour through Page, the town where this site is located.

Camp Verde: Predator Zip Lines Guided Tour

7. Camp Verde: Predator Zip Lines Guided Tour

Explore wildlife from an aerial perspective as you experience the thrill of zip lining over the Out of Africa Wildlife Park in Campe Verde. Soar above lions, tigers, and more, as your guide points out all the animals below. See Humphrey's Peak in Flagstaff, the Sedona Red Rocks, and Mingus Mountain. Upon arrival at Predator Zip Lines, meet your guide and get geared up. Next, be driven to the start of the zip line course. Enjoy the thrill of a mile-long course broken into 5 different zip lines — the first 4 are for viewing park animals and the last one is all about speed. Don’t forget to look down as you glide through the air to spot some of nature’s wildest predators including lions, tigers, wolves, hyenas, bears, cougars, and leopards. Whether you’re new to zip lining or a seasoned pro, this tour is a good way to see your furry friends from a whole new perspective.

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What people are saying about Sedona

Bobby was a great tour guide. He knew all the best places to pull off for picture-taking. When we got up to Sedona, he pointed out the t-shirt shop with the best selection & prices, the restaurant with the best sweet potato fries and even the best bathrooms on the strip. He was always there offering to take our picture. On the drive up, he kept us entertained with stories of past tour guests and tips & tricks for visiting Sedona. 5 stars!

It was a wonderful trip. Great service and personal attention. Tasty appetizer onboard. The train car was extremely comfortable, great improvement from many years ago. We will repeat the trips with friends.

The entire day was very enjoyable. Our driver, Noel was a wealth of knowledge and very accommodating. Sedona is so beautiful and so much to see, but with Noel help we accomplished what we could.

Went on the 5:30 PM train ride the views and stars made the ride beautiful. Nick and the bartender were very fun and informative. We enjoyed the appetizers and a bottle of wine !!!

Beautiful scenery and a lot of history! The staff was fantastic and attentive. Great way to spend the afternoon. I would go again!