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Sedona and Grand Canyon Day Tour from Phoenix

1. Sedona and Grand Canyon Day Tour from Phoenix

Witness the stunning scenery of Arizona and see both Sedona and the Grand Canyon. Join this Sedona and Grand Canyon day tour from Phoenix and soak up the breathtaking views along the way. Start your tour in Sedona at Bell Rock Vista and head to the Chapel of the Holy Cross for truly spectacular views. After, have free time in the rustic, old-west district of Uptown to shop, enjoy local cuisine, or visit some of its numerous art galleries. After departing Sedona, relax and take in the scenery on one of Arizona's most scenic drives as you pass through Oak Creek Canyon. Arrive at the majestic Grand Canyon South Rim National Park and stand at two of the most rewarding viewpoints of the Canyon. Enjoy a guided tour at one of the overlooks and free time on your own at the other.

From Phoenix: Sedona, Jerome & Montezuma Castle Day Trip

2. From Phoenix: Sedona, Jerome & Montezuma Castle Day Trip

Visit one of the most remarkable areas in the Southwest, the Red Rocks of Sedona, on a day tour from Phoenix. Travel back in time to the Montezuma Castle National Monument. Departing from Phoenix, travel along the banks of Beaver Creek to reach a Sinagua Indian cliff dwelling. Stop at the visitor center to see beads, pottery, and tools used by this long-lost culture. Admire models which help you understand what life was like for the Sinagua Indians 1000 years ago. Next, head to the amazing red rocks of Sedona. Find yourself surrounded by such famous rock formations as Bell Rock and Cathedral Rock and experience the serene beauty of Oak Creek Canyon. Continue towards uptown Sedona, a shopper’s delight. Here, find intriguing art galleries, boutiques, and a variety of restaurants. For the non-shoppers, a side trip from the city is available, traveling deeper into this magnificent country. Finally, drive up Mingus Mountain to the turn-of-the-century mining town of Jerome, a former ghost town that is now a thriving mountainside village. Enjoy free time to visit the many shops and galleries or grab a photo of Sedona from above before beginning the journey back to Phoenix.

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Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 7 reviews

Wow, just wow! My family of 3 had our own private tour guide to Sedona and Grand Canyon. Eddie was our driver and he was amazing! He was very knowledgeable and took time to show us the important landmarks along the way. This was definitely the best way to travel if you don't know where the important spots to see and shop. I definitely recommend this tour and Eddie if you can!

Steve Gerhart was courteous, knowledgeable and on time. He went above and beyond what we expected. So happy we had a guided tour instead of going on our own. Steve made this trip a remarkable experience.

It was the best trip every and we were in a SUV air conditioned and the other vehicles were open sides and in this hot weather enclosed vehicle is best. Small group 6 people rather then 12 - 16

Noel was the perfect guide. He was a “walking encyclopedia”. Everything went great on the trip except for the weather at the Canyon (we had heavy rain and hail for a while).

Kim was amazing and very knowledeage. She went out of her way to make sure we were all okay through out the trip. 5 Stars