Sedona Vacation Packages

Sedona Vacation Packages, Flight and Hotel Deals

👉Sedona Vacation Packages

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Sedona Vacation Packages

It's an area of North Central Arizona that 10,000 people call home.

Phoenix, the state capital, is roughly 100 miles to the south of Sedona, and Rimrock is 16 miles to the south.

Taking in iconic sights such as Montezuma Castle National Monument is one of the most rewarding parts of traveling, so be sure not to miss it!

Two of the most family-friendly attractions are Kids Quest and the Dead Horse Ranch State Park.

Your whole family will have an awesome time investigating the big and the small creatures at the Out of Africa Wildlife Park. If you're pressed for time, be sure to grab a map so you don't miss any of the key exhibits.

There are few things in life more pleasurable than a full-bodied wine. Experience some of the region's finest at the Burning Tree Cellars or the Pillsbury Wine Company. Up for one or two more? The Arizona Stronghold Vineyards and the Wine Cellar are also very popular.

After some late-night thrills? Try your poker face out at the Cliff Castle Casino, a bustling venue where the action never stops.

For fresh air and relaxation, pack some lunch and find a quiet corner at one of the area's leafy green spaces, such as Bell Rock and Oak Creek Canyon. Slide Rock State Park and Coffee Pot are two more pleasant spots to while away a lazy day and catch up on some reading.

Once you arrive, you'll be able to find out about local culture and events from Gateway Visitor Centers and Sedona Oak Creek Chamber of Commerce.

Surrounded by leafy trees and soft grass, Stoneman Lake is a favorite escape for wildlife and visitors alike.

Turn your phone off and give yourself a break from the noises of the modern world at Cathedral Rock and Devil's Bridge. Broken Arrow Trailhead and Sugarloaf Mountain Trailhead are also popular among nature-loving travelers.
Grab a friend and explore some of the favored exhibition spaces in the area. The Lanning Gallery and the Mine Museum offer a range of displays and collections that are bound to spark your curiosity. Also worth considering are the Kuivato Gallery and the Clemenceau Heritage Museum.
The array of speciments at the Verde Valley Archaeology Center will provide you with an amazing glimpse into the world of science.

Expand your knowledge of art, and maybe even pick up something to take back home with you at one of the numerous gallery spaces. Stop by the Mountain Trails Galleries and the Exposures International Fine Art Gallery and see the best of what this creative city has to offer. The Art Mart of Sedona and the Copper Art Museum are also worth a browse if you can fit them in.

How can you be prepared for the future if you have no understanding of the past? Visit the Sedona Heritage Museum!

Learn more about this area's past with a visit to the Verde Canyon Railroad or Tuzigoot National Monument, just a couple of the interesting historic sites here. When it comes to bygone times, the stories are countless. Montezuma Well National Monument and the Fort Verde Park State Historic Park are two more insightful places to stop by.

Discover the region's religious side at Chapel of the Holy Cross and Amitabha Stupa.

Once you've checked out the major points of interest around Sedona, take the time to explore a few of its lesser-known gems. The Sedona Art Center and the Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village might catch your interest. Also, consider seeing Lo Lo Mai Springs Campground and the Seven Canyons Golf Club if you have the time.

Accommodation in Sedona

You'll find 42 Sedona lodging options by browsing Travelhoteltours's Sedona lodging page.

The Adobe Grand Villas, at 35 Hozoni Drive, and the L' Aubergede Sedona, at 301 L'Auberge Lane are two of the higher-quality hotels in Sedona. Stay at either and you'll be sure to have the best guest amenities in town. The Cedars Resort, at 20 W Highway 89a, and the Oak Creek Terrace, at 4548 North State Route 89A are two lower priced listings that may be worth checking out if you're looking to save a bit of cash.