Top 5 you can do in Sedona

Top 5 Best Activity You Can Do in Sedona Amazing rock formations, challenging terrain, and a touch of spirituality. These are the things that make Sedona what it is. A haven for seekers, both the adventure and the spiritual kind, this town in Arizona is definitely an experience you should never miss. So you’ve looked […]

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On March 1, 2020
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Top 5 Best Activity You Can Do in Sedona

Amazing rock formations, challenging terrain, and a touch of spirituality. These are the things that make Sedona what it is. A haven for seekers, both the adventure and the spiritual kind, this town in Arizona is definitely an experience you should never miss. So you’ve looked online for vacation rentals in Sedona, AZ, you might’ve even booked one already, but you still have no idea what to do once you get there. Don’t worry we got you covered. In this article, we list down the 5 amazing things you can do in Sedona.

Explore the great outdoors

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If there is one thing Sedona is known for, it would be it’s outdoors. This Arizona desert town is home to the majestic rock formations and canyon walls and lush forests. If the thrill of the outdoors is something that you seek or you just want to experience the beauty of this town, here are a few places you should check out.

Slide Rock State Park

is what happens when nature meets a water park. It got its name from its naturally occurring slippery slope that you can actually slide down like a water slide. The park used to be an apple orchard and was once part of a pioneer homestead. Today, tourists come to flock its inviting waters and beautiful red rock formations to swim or sunbathe while relaxing.

Not far from Slide Rock is the magnificent Oak Creek Canyon. This ancient gorge was formed millions of years ago by constant erosion from Oak Creek. This is quite popular for camping and other outdoor excursions. Just keep in mind that the roads leading to the campsite are quite narrow which would be difficult to bring large RVs. The campsite being near the creek means you get to do some fishing and swimming too.

Enjoy adrenaline-pumping activities

Trekking and camping are great outdoor activities but sometimes we seek something more adventurous. If you want to get your adrenaline fix, Sedona has plenty of awesome and exciting activities for you. Here are some of the things you should try:

Jeep tours are very popular with tourists visiting Sedona and rightfully so. With many different tour companies to choose from, there are a number of tours with each offering a unique theme and experience to its clients. From historical tours of ancient ruins and settlements to exploring the great mesa away from crowds, there is surely something for everyone.

Hot-air ballooning is another popular activity that gives you a breath-taking tour of the whole Sedona desert way up in the sky. Marvel at the many amazing rock formations and land feature truly unique in the area. If you want a more personal encounter with the terrain then mountain biking is also a great option. There are many bike rental places and other biking enthusiasts in the are which are very helpful towards visitors.

Discover Sedona’s history and culture

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If you want a break from all the outdoor stuff and instead want to treck⁠—no pun intended⁠—down memory lane, Sedona has got you covered too. 

Experts say that Sedona and the surrounding area was inhabited as far back as 10,000 years ago. Native American tribes, especially the Sinagua people, have built large structures on the caves and cliff faces in the area. One such notable structure is the Montezuma Castle. This ancient structure used to be a dwelling complex for the various clans of the Sinagua people. A kind of high-rise apartment building perched high up on a cliff wall. Many companies offer tours to the are where you get to experience the marvel first-hand.

Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village, on the other hand, is a nice little break from all the outdoor activities of Sedona. This shopping center is designed to look like an old Mexican village with its beautiful stucco walls and cobblestone streets. It is built within a Sycamore grove and designed around those trees giving the place a really interesting aesthetic. The shops offer a variety of items like glassware, souvenirs, and delicious food for guests. 

Experience deep spirituality

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Sedona’s desert also hosts a variety of popular spots where one can connect with their spirituality. Some of the most notable spots include:

The Chapel of the Holy Cross is a beautiful Roman Catholic chapel located at Coconino National Forest and is under the Diocese of Pheonix. This stunning architectural masterpiece is the brainchild of renowned sculptress Marguerite Brunswig Staude. It sits beautifully between two red rock formation which makes it striking to look at. Today, aside from its beauty and artistry the chapel is also popular among pilgrims as they believe the place is where nature energy is abundant. 

Amitabha Stupa & Peace Park

is another must-visit for visitors. Looking at pictures, it can be easily mistaken for other Buddhist holy sites found in East and Southeast Asian countries. The site has 2 stupas namely the aforementioned Amithaba Stupa and a smaller one called the Tara Stupa. The place is open from sunup to sundown and admission is free. 

If you want to just bask in nature and experience being part of the Universe without necessarily be faith-based then you should give stargazing a try. Humanity as long gazed upon the night sky and marveled in awe at the vastness of it all. Sedona’s open skies and clear weather offer a great opportunity to camp out in the desert and see the beauty of the night sky before you sleep.

Taste the flavors of Sedona

They say one of the best ways to get to know a place is through their food. That is why when visiting Sedona, one must never miss trying out some of the local cuisines that would surely captivate anyone. The food is rich in Southern flavors with a little Spanish and American influences. Popular dishes include cowboy steaks and deviled eggs. Some famous restaurants in the area offer upscale experiences like the Saltrock Southern Kitchen which is a southern-style restaurant that’s popular with both locals and tourists alike.  Gerrados Italian Kitchen is a taste of Italy in Sedona and the best dining experience you do not want to miss.  Ready for a authentic taste of Argentina is Dellepiane the empanadas are a delight and Voted best burgers in Sedona 3 years in a row find this treat in Hillside Shopping center in gallery row.  Both of these restaurants is proudly on Vortex Food tours Tuesday- Sunday.  Book your tour now       https://sedonaufovortexfoodtours.com/book-now/   

Sedona UFO Activity Nightly

Sedona is a certified dark sky city and you will be amazed at the night sky you can see with your bare eyes.  We provide you with 3rd generation military night vision goggles that allows you to see a million more stars that are to far away to see with the bare eye.  You will experience first hand all of the unexplained flying maneuvers that is simply can not be done by aircraft or satellites. We are the most experienced UFO tour operator in Arizona with the largest supply of goggles and very best lasers to point out all of the aerial phenomena.  You will learn all about the night sky your looking at which changes monthly.  Our tour will forever change the way you view the world around you.  Come see for yourself and You will BELIEVE!  Book your UFO tour now

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