Savor Arizona’s Fine Wines with Sedona Wine Tours and Tasting Rooms While it might not seem that the Arizona desert is conducive to wine growing, the [...]
Outdoor Enthusiasts - Start Planning Your Springtime Visit Now!As we cherish the peaceful beauty of winter, springtime may feel far away. But if you’re considering a trip [...]
Discover a Hiker's Paradise in Sedona This WinterAs winter wraps Sedona in its serene embrace, the area’s enchanting landscapes transform into a hiker's paradise, offering a unique [...]
The Sedona area is also making its mark on the wine map, with a burgeoning wine scene that's gaining recognition far and wide. Check out these helpful sites when planning your trip to the local wineries.
Sedona, Arizona and the Verde River Valley, is renowned for its mesmerizing landscapes, but it's also a place where adventure and relaxation unite in perfect harmony. Among the many experiences that capture this essence, the Classic Water to Wine Tour offered by Sedona Adventure Tours stands out as a remarkable fusion of nature exploration and wine tasting.
While the holidays may seem far away, now is the perfect time to start making travel plans in order to avoid last-minute stress. If you’re planning a visit, here are some of the best things to do in Sedona around this time of year.
The city offers a full calendar of festivals and events to suit nearly any interest. If you’re planning a trip to Sedona this fall, here are some popular events to consider adding to your itinerary.
Whether you’re seeking an escape from the Phoenix heat or you simply want to enjoy the breathtaking beauty of Sedona at a time when there are fewer crowds, here are a few popular highlights to experience during the summer months.
Introducing Terrapin Station - El Portal's Newest Pet Friendly Vacation RentalAt El Portal, we are passionate about providing guests and their pets with luxurious places to stay [...]
If you are staying in Sedona and want to visit some of the most incredible places in Arizona—while still being able to retreat to the tranquility of the red rocks after a long day—here are five of the best day trips we’d recommend.