Sedona
Interactive Tours & Incentive Events

Enter your dates to find available activities

Our most recommended Sedona Interactive Tours & Incentive Events

Sedona: Open-Air Bus Sightseeing Tour

1. Sedona: Open-Air Bus Sightseeing Tour

Discover the highlights of Sedona and its surrounding area on an open-air sightseeing bus tour. Learn more about the area with your local guide, on topics such as natural history, indigenous peoples, energy vortexes, geology, and even a world-famous spiritual stop. Set off on your journey to the first stop of the tour at the Sedona Airport Scenic Overlook. Located about the center of western Sedona, stop to admire spectacular views of rock formations like Thunder Mountain, Coffee Pot Rock, Cockscomb, Chimney Rock, Sugarloaf, and Mingus Mountain. Continue towards Amitabha Stupa and Peace Park. Wander through the stunning landscape of red rocks surrounded by pinion and juniper pines. Take in the tranquil atmosphere of this spiritual refuge that attracts spiritual seekers of all faiths. Take a short walk through winding trails leading up to the stupa, believed to represent the Mind of Enlightenment bestowing blessings upon all believers. Stroll around the stupa and spin the prayer wheels or offer your own prayers to the heavens. Head next to the Boynton Canyon Vortex, the site of a balance between masculine and feminine energy. The vortex is located between a rock formation named Kachina Woman and another knoll which is thought to contain masculine energy. After some time to recharge travel back to the starting point.

Sedona: Small-Group Vortex Jeep Tour

2. Sedona: Small-Group Vortex Jeep Tour

Learn about the famous Sedona vortexes, which have defied explanation for years. See why people from all over the world have extraordinary and enlightening experiences here. Jump into a jeep and prepare for a fascinating tour for the skeptic, the academic, and the seeker alike. Head into the desert and learn about the discovery and history of these sites, thought to emanate mystic energy. Hear stories of people from all over the world, who experienced the energy these sites promise. Open your eyes to the different cultural beliefs that surround the vortexes and see if the vortexes can connect you to another power. Explore the possibilities, the history, and the various cultural beliefs surrounding the vortexes. Learn about the ways in which you're connected to the earth from Chinese medicine to American Indian lore and New Age mysticism. Immerse yourself in this unique experience on a small group tour with your experienced and knowledgeable guide.

West Sedona Canyon: 3-Hour ATV Tour

3. West Sedona Canyon: 3-Hour ATV Tour

Head to the outback of West Sedona Valley on an ATV and see where more than 40 movies have been filmed over the years. After an introductory training, experience this spectacular landscape for around 3 hours on a 30-mile tour. The canyon offers more than 100 miles of trails to choose from, and a guide will customize your tour based on the ages, interests, and skill levels of the people in your group. Take in the stunning views of the Verde Valley from the top of Skeleton Bone Mountain, from a point that's 800 feet above the valley floor. Don't be surprised if you see an antelope running alongside your ATV as you drive along the valley floor!

Sedona: Private Soldiers Pass Jeep Tour

4. Sedona: Private Soldiers Pass Jeep Tour

Tour the stunning landscape around Sedona on a private 2-hour Jeep tour. Ride over the red rocks of Arizona, stopping at the famous Devil's Kitchen sinkhole, as well as the Apache's Seven Pools. Ride over, ‘round and up the Red Rocks with stops at Devil’s Kitchen and the Apache’s Seven Pools. Set foot on famous Sedona trails, including the Teacup Trail, the Jordan Trail and the Thompson Trail, and feel like a pioneer from another time. Your private knowledgeable tour guide will provide you with a special understanding of the beautiful Sedona region. They will show you Sedona's most breathtaking sites, as well as help connect you with the pioneer spirit of this sacred land.

Sedona: Lil Outlaw Jeep Tour

5. Sedona: Lil Outlaw Jeep Tour

Climb aboard a go-anywhere Jeep in Sedona for a 2-hour off-road adventure to some of the most scenic spots of the surrounding desert. Your guide will pick you up at any Sedona hotel for the drive out into the countryside. Along the way, they will share amazing stories and facts regarding the mystic region. Embark on a rugged journey into the past, exploring Sedona's outback along the edge of the ancient pueblo dwellings. Documented evidence suggests that the first humans settled the desert sometime between 11500 and 9000 BC, and rock art has been discovered that dates back to the Archaic period. Your guide will be happy to answer any questions you may have about the Yavapai or Apache tribes, the geology of the beautiful red rocks, the desert flora and fauna, and more.

Frequently asked questions about Sedona Interactive Tours & Incentive Events

What are other things to do than Interactive Tours & Incentive Events that are worth visiting in Sedona?

The other unmissable things to do in Sedona are:

What are the best Sedona Interactive Tours & Incentive Events?

Which Sedona Interactive Tours & Incentive Events are taking additional COVID-19 precautions?

Other Sightseeing Options in Sedona

Want to discover all there is to do in Sedona? Click here for a full list.

What people are saying about Sedona

My guest and I had a wonderful experience on our 2 1/2 hour ATV Tour with Arizona ATV Adventures. Our guide, Tim, was very friendly, informative and accommodating on the tour. Highly recommend Arizona ATV Adventures.

Steve was a great guide! He was personable and patient. He shared his knowledge of the area and the history behind Sedona. We had a blast!

Tim was our guide and he was AWESOME! He was knowledgeable, patient, entertaining, and funny. We had a great time.

Our tour guide Doc was wonderful, you could tell he enjoys his job. Would recommend to friends.

Joe was an excellent tour guide. He gave information and allowed for some hiking.