Northern Arizona is surrounded by ever changing landscapes due to the vast elevation differences formed by millions of years of erosion, sedimentation, and volcanic formation.
Depending on where you live, Sedona can seem like you’ve stepped onto a different planet. Most visitors come to gaze at the panoramic vistas, hike or climb, or gravitate towards one of the many vortexes. The stunning red rocks are a result of a thin coating of iron oxide on the particles in the rocks. The whole area was once under water and the iron-rich red buttes were sandbars in a prehistoric sea.
With the multitude of things to see, learn, and do here it can be difficult to know where to go, the best way to get there, and what the trip entails. Our guides know this area like the back of their hand and have extensive knowledge of the very best and least crowded areas to visit. It’s unfortunate that many people who come here spend way too much time driving around in cars unsure as to where to go. Even a trip to the Grand Canyon can prove a tad maddening due to the high volume of visitors and lack of parking during the busy spring, summer, and fall seasons. If you’ve made the decision to visit Sedona or the Grand Canyon, let us plan a day for you that will provide ample time for seeing the best sites the area has to offer. Arizona may be your destination-but it’s the journey while here that counts.