In Sedona, tours are very popular ways to get to know the town and the back country. The majestic red rocks, wildlife, desert flora, wineries and historical sites all come to life when you have a knowledgeable Sedona tour guide. So, tour Sedona by Jeep, Airplane, Helicopter, ATV, or hike to your heart’s content. Whatever your choice, you will not be disappointed.
Featured Sedona Verde Valley Tours
Sedona, AZ 86336
Go on an expertly guided 30 mile ATV tour in the outback of the West Sedona Valley where over 40 movies have been filmed. Arizona ATV Adventures has over a hundred miles of trails to choose from, which allows their guides to customize each tour based on the age, interests and skill levels of the group.
You’ll be awestruck by a view of the Verde Valley from the top of Skeleton Bone Mountain, over 800 feet above the valley floor. This is way more fun than riding in the back of a Jeep! Training for beginning drivers is included. All drivers must have a valid driver’s license or be 15 years old with a valid learner’s permit. For more information please visit Arizona ATV Adventure Tours.
Now featuring Verde River rafting, the Verde River Valley’s best wine tours, horseback riding. Awesome guides make for great trips. Combo tours provide a full day adventure combining river trips with a wine tour or horseback riding. Whatever you choose, bring your camera and your fun loving spirit!
Sedona Adventure Tours is highly rated on TripAdvisor and a very eco-friendly way to enjoy Sedona and the Verde River Valley. Weekends and holidays fill up early. Visit Sedona Adventure Tours and book your adventure now!
Clarkdale, AZ 86324
Take a ride on the Verde Canyon Railroad, Arizona’s longest-running nature show. For 20 years Verde Canyon Railroad has provided guests with style and comfort, romance and relaxation, service and beauty. The railroad meanders through the inner sanctum of Arizona’s other “grand canyon,” where each season creates a new reason to ride. Splendid vistas and centuries-old Indian ruins are around the bend as the train pulls away from remnants of a mining era which helped establish neighboring communities.
Passengers remain spellbound as their vintage carriages cross an expansive railway bridge embedded in basalt cliffs, glide through a covered bridge opening the gateway to Perkinsville, or experience daylight retreating in the 680-foot man-made tunnel, all odes to that same bygone era. Indoor cars are climate-controlled with restrooms, and the train meets ADA requirements. Three types of accommodations make up the Verde Canyon Railroad – caboose, first-class and coach. For more information visit Verde Canyon Railroad.