Things to Do in Sedona
Tours & Attractions
Want to find the best things to do in Sedona, but not sure where to start? Leave it in the hands of a pro with one of Sedona’s many guided tours.
From off-road Pink Jeep excursions and Vortex tours to professional outdoor guides, you’re sure to find just the right adventure to turn your stay here into the trip of a lifetime.
Pink Jeep Tours
Your 4×4 adventure awaits.
Jeep tours have been a Sedona tradition for more than 50 years. As the most popular off-road family adventure in the southwest, Jeep tours take guests to hidden spots on spectacular trails.
Whether you’re looking for a rugged desert adventure, a taste of Native American history, geological information, or panoramic views, our guest services team can recommend a Jeep tour that gives you the experience you’re seeking.
Out of Africa
Get close. Real close.
Arizona‘s only wildlife theme park is a mere 25 minutes from Sedona Real. Out of Africa Wildlife Park is quickly becoming a favorite Sedona attraction. The park houses many animals including lions, wolves, birds, giraffes, and even a rhino.
Take a ride through the Serengeti Safari where you just might get kissed by a giraffe, and tour the Wildlife Preserve for up close and personal encounters with the world’s most exciting predators.
Blazin' M Ranch
Y’all better check this one out, ya hear?
This Sedona attraction provides “first-class, rip-roarin’ family entertainment.” Treat your family to an all-you-can-eat chuckwagon dinner and a show by the Blazin’ M Cowboys complete with cowboy music, storytelling, comedy, and more.
While you’re at the Blazin’ M be sure to check out the shooting gallery, train for the kids, horseshoe pits, a mechanical roping horse, and friendly farm animals.
Verde Canyon Railroad
Ride the rails.
The Verde Canyon Railroad offers a very unique way to take in the Arizona countryside. Passengers are delighted to watch as the vintage train passes towering, crimson cliffs, near ancient Indian ruins, over old-fashioned trestles, and through a 680-foot, man-made tunnel.
The excursion is four hours round trip, which includes a stop at the deserted Perkinsville ghost ranch, with expert narration, and a description of the sights.
Spiritual Vortex Tours
Get in touch with mother nature.
Sedona vortex tours can be a powerful way to spend part of your Sedona vacation if you’re looking for a more spiritual experience. Known as energy centers, we have the gift of four vortexes within a five-to-ten-mile radius of Sedona.
We work with two of the most knowledgeable vortex guides in Sedona, including a Native American shaman, which gives our guests a unique opportunity to have an even more authentic vortex experience.
Outdoor Adventure Guides
So much more.
There’s just too many fun things to do in Sedona to list everything. Our guests have enjoyed all kinds of adventures, and we are more than happy to help you find what you are looking for during your stay. Our guest services team is the best place to start your search for Sedona fun.