Sedona

Sedona Travel Guide

Spend the afternoon browsing the high-end galleries and boutiques of open-air Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village.

Located in the upscale shopping center of Hillside Sedona, the El Prado Gallery is surrounded by fountains and ponds, rock furniture, and kinetic sculptures.

Spend the afternoon fishing before grilling your catch at the on-site picnic area.

Rent a four-wheel-drive and take an afternoon drive into the backcountry to see the spectacular red rock formations at “the magic hour.”

The Mii Amo Spa offers spa "journeys" of three, four, and seven nights. The resort comprises 16 rose-colored, adobe casitas surrounded by twisting cottonwoods at the foot of the Boynton Canyon buttes.

The company runs 1.5-hour flights—and promises both peaceful landings and a celebratory post-flight picnic.

Picnic and swim in scenic Oak Creek Canyon at Slide Rock State Park. Gun down a thrilling, all-natural 50-foot-long waterslide carved into the Oak Creek Canyon riverbed.

Hike or ride through scenic Oak Creek Canyon, where you’ll be surrounded by dramatic red rock formations and lush forest.