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Pink Jeep Tours Sedona, AZ
Pink Jeep Tours has been offering quality tours in Sedona, AZ for over 50 years. Take the Broken Arrow Tour deep into red rock country and experience incredible views and vistas of this world’s natural treasure...
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They can take you all over Sedona in the hills and to special unknown places like "devil's bridge", and others. It is a good way to see the mountains if you don't like hiking.
Truly an adventure! Not for the faint of heart, however. It is a rough ride through rugged country! If your up for it, a great way to experience the desert, visit some of the energy vortices and more!
“This quaint Spanish style outdoor market has art galleries, craft shops, cobblestone paths & decorative arches. Great for stroll, sightseeing and buying some art.”
“Situated alongside an apple orchard, Slide Rock is 80 feet long and 2.5 to 4 feet wide, with a seven percent decline from top to bottom. Algae on the rocks creates the slippery ride. The world-famous slide is an 80 foot-long slippery chute that is worn into sandstone. Very popular especially on weekends, so get there early in the morning to get a parking place.”
“We pretty much only go to Javelina for Taco Tuesday or Tostada Thursday, a budget friendly option from 4-6pm only if you can find a spot in the bar area. Must buy one beverage per person to qualify for tacos or tostadas. Great margaritas. (Regular dinner prices are not necessarily budget friendly and it's best for the Tex-Mex fans)”
“Hop aboard a trolley as you travel through Sedona and Boynton Canyon on this 1.5-hour tour. Along your ride, listen to exciting little-known facts about the town and hear American Indian legends from your guide. See Jordan Park and the mesmerizing red-rock mountain area of the canyon. Pass by filming locations from old Hollywood westerns, and stop at some of the most well-known landmarks for photo ops. It has good reviews on Trip Advisor but we've never had the pleasure to experience their tour.”
“If you are interested in the history of Sedona this little museum has the stories. Located at the end of Jordan Road it is located in one of the older original homes in Sedona. ”