Alma de Sedona Adventures
Sedona is a magical place with many fun and exciting things to do. We suggest you try to stay with us for at least 3 days if you can. Don’t forget to schedule in time for just plain relaxing and enjoying each other.
With all of the wonderful things to see and do while you're visiting Sedona, so many choices can sometimes be confusing. We list some of our favorite activities and things to do, but it's a good idea to connect with our Complementary Concierge to find the perfect activities for you. We suggest that you visit the websites of our favorites, but when it comes time to schedule everything, let us do it for you and take the worry out of planning your stay.
If you want to get out and see the sights and have an adventure, you can hike one of Sedona’s many spectacular trails or go on a guided tour. Our top choices include:
Take a Pink Jeep Tour on rugged, scenic, and historic trails. For over 50 years, Pink Jeep Tours has been providing the most talked about off-road family adventures in the Southwest.
Connect with Kurt Raczynski of Inner Journeys to learn about the geology, flora and fauna, and history of the native people and pioneers who once walked the magnificent land of the Sedona, Arizona area. You can also explore the mysteries of a Sedona Vortex and Kurt can organize a complete spiritual and sacred retreat for you.
Float above the red rocks in a hot air balloon with Northern Light Expeditions. Have you ever experienced this type of quiet flight? What a way to see the beauty of Sedona.
Take a horseback ride on a 44,000 acre turn-of-the-century working cattle ranch at the M Diamond Ranch. There are many types of rides to take while you are enjoying the wonderful scenery.
Take an exhilarating Helicopter ride with Arizona Helicopter Adventures. Choose from the Red Rock Round-up Tour, Ancient Ruins Tour, Sedona Deluxe Tour (a great one for you photographers), and a Jeep/helicopter tour combo, or create a custom tour of your own.
Red Rock Biplane and Helicopter Tours provides many options of tours including a fly and float tour. Imagine flying over Red Rock and Grand Canyon and floating down the Colorado River.
Feel adventurous, rent a jeep and do your own tour with Barlow Jeep Tours. Rent a Jeep and do your touring your way.
Rent mountain bikes and explore the great outdoors with Mountain Bike Heaven. Get good advice about trails and conditions.
Experience the old west by taking the train from Williams to the Grand Canyon on the Grand Canyon Railway.
Ride the Wilderness Train on the Verde Canyon Railroad along the meandering Verde River.
Explore the trails yourself by renting an ATV or Tomcar with Sedona Off-Road Center.
Tours of Jerome will take you to the mile high town of Jerome built on the side of Cleopatra Hill and sits on what was once a huge deposit of copper, gold and silver. Immigrants from around the world eagerly came to work and perhaps even "strike it rich".
Located in Williams, AZ, Bearizona Wildlife Park allows visitors to drive into the ‘wilderness’ and witness herd and pack life from the safety and comfort of a private vehicle.
If you would like to play a round of golf with world class views, check out the courses on the Golfing section of our site.
For a great arial shot of a course click on the picture.