The entire Sedona, Arizona area is a cradle of unimaginative beauty. Considered by many as one of America’s most scenic destinations, Sedona, AZ is not only a visual feast of the most unique landscape you will ever experience, it will nourish mind, body, and soul. A rejuvenation of tranquility. A delightful synergy of all that will mesmerize. Towering red rock formations. Surrounded by millions of acres of secret wilderness and lush forests. The bluest of blue skies. Colorful sunsets that you can only imagine. Shimmering waters of Oak Creek. Sheer canyon cliffs that hide ancient dwellings of past civilizations.
Montezuma Castle - Ancient cliff dwellings of the Sinagua Indians built into the sandstone cliffs along Beaver Creek where they farmed corn, beans and squash and hunted small game a thousand years ago. About Montezuma Castle.
Jerome Arizona - Once called “The Wickedest Town in The West”. Located high Cleopatra High overlooking Verde Valley this wild west mining town became a ghost town. It has blossomed into a mecca of artisans that occupy some of its original buildings many of which are considered haunted. About Jerome Arizona.
Historic Scenic Drive 89A - Historic drive from Jerome through West Sedona and incredible views of giant red rock formations that seem to stand guard over the Secret Canyon which protect many ancient Indian dwellings.
Airport Mesa - Stunning panoramic views across Sedona from atop Airport Mesa including vistas of Coffee Pot Rock, Chimney Rock, Courthouse Butte, Cathedral Rock and more. Airport Mesa is believed to be among the strongest of vortexes in the area.
Lunch at Indian Gardens in Oak Creek Canyon - Lunch is served at this historical landmark. Weather permitting, you will relish the tranquility of dining in the backyard garden surrounded by amazing views. Lush gardens, sky-scraping canyon walls and towering trees. The aura of historical significance where ancient Indians once grew their food source. Hence the name “Indian Gardens”.
Visit Chapel of The Holy Cross - Tour this iconic masterpiece of Sedona. Gaze through its windows at the panoramic views of valley beyond. Stroll the meandering paths of serenity. Pause over the scenes that create the perfect views and setting to connect with nature that seems to speak only when the outside world is silent. Many visitors believe the Chapel of The Holy Cross is home to its own vortex deepening personal reflection.
Red Rock State Park - Plenty of photo-taking opportunities. Designed to protect the riparian habitat, A great place to stretch your legs and be amazed at the stunning scenes of many of the major icon views. The Visitors Center is educational and features shaded ramadas and handicapped accessible restrooms.
Tlaquepaque Plaza, Arts and Crafts Village - Tlaquepaque is a destination itself. Fashioned after a traditional Mexican village. Nestled beneath the shade of giant trees amidst cobblestone walkways, gardens, and fountains, it features world class distinctive shopping, arts and crafts, restaurants, and frequent outdoor entertainment. Relax over a cup of coffee or glass of tea in outdoor seating near the sounds of Oak Creek.