When is your favorite time of the year to go on vacation? Whether you want to explore the great outdoors during spring break or sip local wines during a chilly fall day, there are plenty of ways to enjoy holiday travel in Sedona! Keep reading to discover some of our favorite things to do throughout the year!
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How to Make the Most of Your Holiday Travel to Sedona
Hike Through the Red Rocks
No matter what time you’re visiting Sedona, hiking is through the beautiful Red Rocks is a must. Hundreds of trails wind through breathtaking rock formations surrounding the city with many easy access points. Spots like Red Rock State Park, the Airport Mesa, and Devil’s Bridge are some of the most popular hikes in the area.
Venture to the Grand Canyon
Are you trying to make the most of your spring break holiday travel to Sedona? The Grand Canyon is only a four-hour round-trip drive from your rental. You can also take the train up from Williams (near Flagstaff) to this incredible wonder of the world.
Take a Tour
If you’re visiting with your entire family for a summer holiday trip to Sedona, then you must experience at least one of the incredible tours through our area. Whether you want to explore the sweeping Red Rock canyons and foothills in a Pink Jeep, get a bird’s-eye view of the breathtaking landscapes from a helicopter, or take a first-class charter to some of the most popular locations in the area, there are many phenomenal ways to see Sedona when it gets hot outside.
Visit the Vortexes
Checking out at least one of the vortexes is a must during your trip to Sedona. These transformative, swirling centers of energy circulate at a collection of world-renowned spots like the Bell Rock Vortex and the Boynton Canyon Vortex. Visitors from around the world come to Sedona for these mysterious healing powers.
Hit the Arizona Wine Trail
Let the grandparents stay at your Red Sedona rental during your Thanksgiving holiday trip and visit some of the wineries along the Arizona Wine Trail. Three charming towns south of Sedona are home to a collection of fantastic local wineries that are worth exploring.
Explore Sedona’s Rich History
The winter weather here may get a little chilly, but you can still get out and explore some of the fascinating local history. You can view architectural icons from early 12th and 13th-century Indian tribes, gaze at fascinating architecture, and marvel at the best-preserved cliff dwellings in North America during your Christmas holiday travel in Sedona.
Dive Into Sedona’s Art Scene
If you don’t want to spend time out in the cold, our charming town is full of boutique and Native American galleries filled with local works. The highlight is the Tlaquepaque Art Village, which is the heart and soul of Sedona’s artistic heritage. You can also enjoy First Friday Art Walks every month, where you can sample wine and cheese at a collection of galleries around town.
Discover the ultimate Sedona vacation with Red Sedona Vacation Rentals. Our collection of four unique properties feature top-notch amenities like heated pools (at three of the four rentals), spacious living areas, and excellent locations.
Start planning your trip to Sedona today by booking one of our properties! We look forward to welcoming you to the Red Sedona family.