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Sedona: Self-Guided Driving Tour with GPS Audio Guide App

1. Sedona: Self-Guided Driving Tour with GPS Audio Guide App

Welcome to Shaka Guide's audio tour app, your gateway to discovering the enchanting beauty of Sedona, Arizona. Get ready to immerse yourself in the breathtaking red rock landscapes, spiritual energy, and vibrant arts scene that make Sedona a truly unique destination. As you explore Sedona with the Shaka Guide app, you'll be captivated by the dramatic sandstone formations that surround the town. The towering red rocks, sculpted by wind and water over millions of years, create a stunning backdrop for your journey. Listen to fascinating stories and geological insights that unravel the mysteries of these ancient formations, from Cathedral Rock and Bell Rock to Snoopy Rock and Coffee Pot Rock. Sedona isn't just renowned for its natural beauty—it's also a hub of artistic expression. The Shaka Guide app will lead you to the Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village, where you can wander through charming cobblestone streets lined with galleries, boutiques, and cafes. For outdoor enthusiasts, Sedona offers an abundance of adventure. Lace up your hiking boots and follow the app's guidance to some of the most scenic trails in the area. From the iconic Devil's Bridge and the picturesque West Fork Trail to the challenging Soldier Pass and Cathedral Rock hikes, there's a trail suited to every level of ability and interest. In between your outdoor explorations, take a moment to indulge in the local cuisine and relax at one of Sedona's charming restaurants and cafes. From farm-to-table fare to Southwest-inspired dishes, you'll find a culinary scene that tantalizes your taste buds. The app can provide recommendations on the best spots to savor delicious meals and immerse yourself in Sedona's laid-back atmosphere. Things you'll experience on the tour: • Take in the stunning natural beauty of Sedona's red rock formations. • Experience the mystical energy of Sedona's vortex sites. • Explore a shopping area designed to resemble a traditional Mexican village. • Marvel at the stunning architecture of the Chapel of the Holy Cross. • Engage in a range of outdoor activities, including mountain biking, rock climbing, and horseback riding. • Relax and rejuvenate at one of Sedona's world-class spas. As you soak in the natural beauty, embrace the spiritual energy, and engage with the arts and culture of Sedona, the Shaka Guide app will be your knowledgeable companion, offering insights, historical context, and interesting tidbits about the town's rich tapestry. Let the app take you on a journey through Sedona, where every corner reveals a new marvel and every experience leaves you with a lasting impression. So, grab your phone, download the Shaka Guide app, and get ready to embark on an unforgettable adventure through the mesmerizing landscapes and soul-stirring ambiance of Sedona, Arizona. *Download the Shaka Guide app to access your purchased tours.*

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.

Jerome: Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt Walking Tour

3. Jerome: Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt Walking Tour

Enjoy a self-guided walking tour of historic Jerome, Arizona while following clues on your smartphone and solving interesting puzzles along the way. Play with your private group as the game guides you through the town. Score points for correct answers and try to get a high score on the leaderboard. Explore Jerome, Arizona at your own pace. See the Hotel Connor, Jennie’s Place, Laura Williams Memorial Park, New State Motor Company, and Jerome’s famous Sliding Jail, to name a few. Discover some of what makes this area so popular with tourists. Enjoy fun challenges with family and friends that are perfect for all ages. Work together with your group to solve the 20 challenges on the scavenger hunt as you walk approximately 1 mile. Play any time that fits your schedule.

From Sedona: Jerome and Tuzigoot National Monument Day Trip

4. From Sedona: Jerome and Tuzigoot National Monument Day Trip

Discover Arizona’s unique heritage on a day trip from Sedona. After pickup at your hotel, head to the Tuzigoot National Monument by the Verde River. Learn about the people who once occupied this settlement as you explore the ancient Sinagua ruin. Continue to Jerome, a former mining town now home to a vibrant community of artists. Enjoy lunch at your own expense before touring the sights. Admire the quirky homes built into the side of the Black Hills, and learn the folklore of this haunted town. See relics from the town’s mining days and enjoy some time to check out the local boutiques or shop for arts and crafts. At the end of a fun day out, you’ll be dropped off back at your hotel in Sedona.

Arizona: Bundle of 7 Self-Guided Audio Driving Tours

5. Arizona: Bundle of 7 Self-Guided Audio Driving Tours

Embark on an adventure through the landscapes of Arizona with an audio app. Explore the South Rim and North Rim of the Grand Canyon, the beauty of Sedona, the Saguaro National Park, the majestic Horseshoe Bend, the scenic Mount Lemmon, and the ancient wonders of Petrified Forest National Park. As you embark on your Arizona tour with the app, be captivated by the diverse landscapes, rich history, and natural wonders that await you. Get informative and engaging audio commentary, offering insights into the geology, culture, and unique characteristics of each destination. Journey to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, where you'll witness the awe-inspiring beauty of one of the world's most renowned natural wonders. Let the app guide you through the park, pointing out the best viewpoints, scenic drives, and hiking trails. Venture to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, a quieter and less visited area that offers a different perspective of this natural wonder. Head to the North Rim viewpoints, where you can enjoy panoramic vistas and immerse yourself in the tranquility of the surrounding wilderness. Continue your journey to Sedona, a vibrant desert town known for its red rock formations and spiritual energy. Drive through scenic areas, seeing landmarks like Bell Rock, Cathedral Rock, and Oak Creek Canyon. Discover the beauty of Saguaro National Park, home to the iconic saguaro cacti. Be guided through the park's scenic driving and hiking trails, gaining insights about the unique ecosystem and the significance of the saguaro cacti to the desert environment. Be mesmerized by the natural wonder of Horseshoe Bend, a spectacular horseshoe-shaped bend in the Colorado River. Learn about the geology and formation of this iconic landmark, allowing you to capture incredible photographs and appreciate the sheer beauty of the area. Escape to the cool heights of Mount Lemmon, a majestic peak near Tucson. Drive through the scenic Catalina Highway, offering breathtaking views as you ascend to higher elevations. Finally, delve into the ancient wonders of Petrified Forest National Park, where you'll encounter an otherworldly landscape of petrified wood, colorful badlands, and ancient ruins. Gain insights into the unique geological formations and the park's rich paleontological history. *Download the Shaka Guide app to access your purchased tours.*

Twin Falls: Craters of the Moon Full-Day Tour with Lunch

6. Twin Falls: Craters of the Moon Full-Day Tour with Lunch

Start your adventure in Craters of the Moon National Monument & Preserve at the Visitor Center. There you will see a short, seven minute movie about Craters of the Moon and get an overview of how this unique landscape was created. Enjoy exhibits including a hands on topographical map of the region, Native American history, geologic exhibits as well as animal and plant life in the monument, gift shop for souvenirs and books. National Park passport stamp are located here. Throughout your adventure tour, travel in a luxury vehicle around the seven mile scenic loop road and enjoy pullouts for scenery and photo opportunities all along the way. Take a 1/4 mile walk across a paved pathway through the monoliths of the North Crater Flow, one of the Monument's youngest lava flow areas, for up close views and interpretive information. Stroll through Devils Orchard for strange features of this volcanic "island". This 1/2 mile paved walk provides interpretive information about our impact on this delicate landscape and the preservation efforts underway to save it. Hike up Inferno Cone for a 360 degree view of the entire monument with views of the fissures of the Great Rift, the 52 mile long occurrence that created this beautiful geologic feature. At the Cave Area, take a break for a delicious sack lunch while your interpretive guide prepares you for a spectacular experience venturing into an ancient lava tube at Indian Tunnel. Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve abounds with flora and fauna appearing in different stages throughout the year, so be on the lookout for some of the unique plants and animals that call this beautiful place home!

Our most recommended things to do in Jerome

Sedona: Self-Guided Driving Tour with GPS Audio Guide App

Sedona: Self-Guided Driving Tour with GPS Audio Guide App

Welcome to Shaka Guide's audio tour app, your gateway to discovering the enchanting beauty of Sedona, Arizona. Get ready to immerse yourself in the breathtaking red rock landscapes, spiritual energy, and vibrant arts scene that make Sedona a truly unique destination. As you explore Sedona with the Shaka Guide app, you'll be captivated by the dramatic sandstone formations that surround the town. The towering red rocks, sculpted by wind and water over millions of years, create a stunning backdrop for your journey. Listen to fascinating stories and geological insights that unravel the mysteries of these ancient formations, from Cathedral Rock and Bell Rock to Snoopy Rock and Coffee Pot Rock. Sedona isn't just renowned for its natural beauty—it's also a hub of artistic expression. The Shaka Guide app will lead you to the Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village, where you can wander through charming cobblestone streets lined with galleries, boutiques, and cafes. For outdoor enthusiasts, Sedona offers an abundance of adventure. Lace up your hiking boots and follow the app's guidance to some of the most scenic trails in the area. From the iconic Devil's Bridge and the picturesque West Fork Trail to the challenging Soldier Pass and Cathedral Rock hikes, there's a trail suited to every level of ability and interest. In between your outdoor explorations, take a moment to indulge in the local cuisine and relax at one of Sedona's charming restaurants and cafes. From farm-to-table fare to Southwest-inspired dishes, you'll find a culinary scene that tantalizes your taste buds. The app can provide recommendations on the best spots to savor delicious meals and immerse yourself in Sedona's laid-back atmosphere. Things you'll experience on the tour: • Take in the stunning natural beauty of Sedona's red rock formations. • Experience the mystical energy of Sedona's vortex sites. • Explore a shopping area designed to resemble a traditional Mexican village. • Marvel at the stunning architecture of the Chapel of the Holy Cross. • Engage in a range of outdoor activities, including mountain biking, rock climbing, and horseback riding. • Relax and rejuvenate at one of Sedona's world-class spas. As you soak in the natural beauty, embrace the spiritual energy, and engage with the arts and culture of Sedona, the Shaka Guide app will be your knowledgeable companion, offering insights, historical context, and interesting tidbits about the town's rich tapestry. Let the app take you on a journey through Sedona, where every corner reveals a new marvel and every experience leaves you with a lasting impression. So, grab your phone, download the Shaka Guide app, and get ready to embark on an unforgettable adventure through the mesmerizing landscapes and soul-stirring ambiance of Sedona, Arizona. *Download the Shaka Guide app to access your purchased tours.*

From Phoenix: Sedona, Jerome & Montezuma Castle Day Trip

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.

Jerome: Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt Walking Tour

Jerome: Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt Walking Tour

Enjoy a self-guided walking tour of historic Jerome, Arizona while following clues on your smartphone and solving interesting puzzles along the way. Play with your private group as the game guides you through the town. Score points for correct answers and try to get a high score on the leaderboard. Explore Jerome, Arizona at your own pace. See the Hotel Connor, Jennie’s Place, Laura Williams Memorial Park, New State Motor Company, and Jerome’s famous Sliding Jail, to name a few. Discover some of what makes this area so popular with tourists. Enjoy fun challenges with family and friends that are perfect for all ages. Work together with your group to solve the 20 challenges on the scavenger hunt as you walk approximately 1 mile. Play any time that fits your schedule.

From Sedona: Jerome and Tuzigoot National Monument Day Trip

From Sedona: Jerome and Tuzigoot National Monument Day Trip

Discover Arizona’s unique heritage on a day trip from Sedona. After pickup at your hotel, head to the Tuzigoot National Monument by the Verde River. Learn about the people who once occupied this settlement as you explore the ancient Sinagua ruin. Continue to Jerome, a former mining town now home to a vibrant community of artists. Enjoy lunch at your own expense before touring the sights. Admire the quirky homes built into the side of the Black Hills, and learn the folklore of this haunted town. See relics from the town’s mining days and enjoy some time to check out the local boutiques or shop for arts and crafts. At the end of a fun day out, you’ll be dropped off back at your hotel in Sedona.

Arizona: Bundle of 7 Self-Guided Audio Driving Tours

Arizona: Bundle of 7 Self-Guided Audio Driving Tours

Embark on an adventure through the landscapes of Arizona with an audio app. Explore the South Rim and North Rim of the Grand Canyon, the beauty of Sedona, the Saguaro National Park, the majestic Horseshoe Bend, the scenic Mount Lemmon, and the ancient wonders of Petrified Forest National Park. As you embark on your Arizona tour with the app, be captivated by the diverse landscapes, rich history, and natural wonders that await you. Get informative and engaging audio commentary, offering insights into the geology, culture, and unique characteristics of each destination. Journey to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, where you'll witness the awe-inspiring beauty of one of the world's most renowned natural wonders. Let the app guide you through the park, pointing out the best viewpoints, scenic drives, and hiking trails. Venture to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, a quieter and less visited area that offers a different perspective of this natural wonder. Head to the North Rim viewpoints, where you can enjoy panoramic vistas and immerse yourself in the tranquility of the surrounding wilderness. Continue your journey to Sedona, a vibrant desert town known for its red rock formations and spiritual energy. Drive through scenic areas, seeing landmarks like Bell Rock, Cathedral Rock, and Oak Creek Canyon. Discover the beauty of Saguaro National Park, home to the iconic saguaro cacti. Be guided through the park's scenic driving and hiking trails, gaining insights about the unique ecosystem and the significance of the saguaro cacti to the desert environment. Be mesmerized by the natural wonder of Horseshoe Bend, a spectacular horseshoe-shaped bend in the Colorado River. Learn about the geology and formation of this iconic landmark, allowing you to capture incredible photographs and appreciate the sheer beauty of the area. Escape to the cool heights of Mount Lemmon, a majestic peak near Tucson. Drive through the scenic Catalina Highway, offering breathtaking views as you ascend to higher elevations. Finally, delve into the ancient wonders of Petrified Forest National Park, where you'll encounter an otherworldly landscape of petrified wood, colorful badlands, and ancient ruins. Gain insights into the unique geological formations and the park's rich paleontological history. *Download the Shaka Guide app to access your purchased tours.*

Twin Falls: Craters of the Moon Full-Day Tour with Lunch

Twin Falls: Craters of the Moon Full-Day Tour with Lunch

Start your adventure in Craters of the Moon National Monument & Preserve at the Visitor Center. There you will see a short, seven minute movie about Craters of the Moon and get an overview of how this unique landscape was created. Enjoy exhibits including a hands on topographical map of the region, Native American history, geologic exhibits as well as animal and plant life in the monument, gift shop for souvenirs and books. National Park passport stamp are located here. Throughout your adventure tour, travel in a luxury vehicle around the seven mile scenic loop road and enjoy pullouts for scenery and photo opportunities all along the way. Take a 1/4 mile walk across a paved pathway through the monoliths of the North Crater Flow, one of the Monument's youngest lava flow areas, for up close views and interpretive information. Stroll through Devils Orchard for strange features of this volcanic "island". This 1/2 mile paved walk provides interpretive information about our impact on this delicate landscape and the preservation efforts underway to save it. Hike up Inferno Cone for a 360 degree view of the entire monument with views of the fissures of the Great Rift, the 52 mile long occurrence that created this beautiful geologic feature. At the Cave Area, take a break for a delicious sack lunch while your interpretive guide prepares you for a spectacular experience venturing into an ancient lava tube at Indian Tunnel. Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve abounds with flora and fauna appearing in different stages throughout the year, so be on the lookout for some of the unique plants and animals that call this beautiful place home!

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Overall rating

4.8
(11 reviews)

We enjoyed the day. Steve was an excellent guide, was patient, and gave us options. We very much enjoyed Tuzigoot Nat’l Monument, seeing Clarksdale, and visiting the museum and shops in Jerome. The drive to and from Sedona offered outstanding views of the red rocks.

It was an excellent trip. Our guide, Juan, was sooo knowledgeable and personable. I would definitely recommend him as a driver and guide. Will use this company and will refer people!

Fun little activity to learn about Jerome's history and stroll along the town. Would try another "hunt"! Maybe one with a little more "searching" and interaction with local shops

It was an awesome experience. The vehicle was clean, guide Zane was knowledgeable and professional. I would choose this tour group again. Thank you

Everything was fantastic! Patrick was a great guide, and the scenery was breathtaking. A perfect experience indeed!