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We look forward to seeing you in “The Most Beautiful Place on Earth.”

Multi-hued and majestic, Sedona’s red rock pinnacles reach heavenward to blue skies by day and starry vistas by night, enchanting the traveler with a spell only Sedona can conjure. Amid the high-desert light, the land presents a different mood every hour, a unique and mesmerizing experience. Long considered sacred by American Indians, Sedona has long been hailed as a place of healing and renewal, offering plenty of room to play, unwind and recharge. Many come to experience the vortex energies in Sedona.

Others enjoy more vigorous pursuits, celebrating the open spaces and clean air within the abundance of forest land surrounding Sedona. Wandering the hundreds of miles of hiking trails, jouncing along on jeep tours of ancient ruins, splashing in the waters of magnificent Oak Creek Canyon or dashing along excellent mountain bike trails, Sedona will rejuvenate you. Partake in the spirit of Sedona and Leave No Trace as you tour ancient ruins, volunteer to help locals keep Oak Creek Canyon sparkling, or support a trail system that limits human impact. Prior to your arrival, tune in to Sedona’s environmental ethos with the Sedona Cares Pledge.

For all our outdoor adventures, you are never far from the luxurious indulgences Sedona offers.  Famous spas, celebrated dining spots, nationally known art galleries and tasting rooms hosted by local vintners are at your fingertips — all inspired by Sedona’s landscape and commitment to sustainability.

Selected the “Most Beautiful Place in America” by USA Today Weekend, Sedona invigorates the mind, body and soul.  Your safety is a top priority, too. Colorful “Mask Up, Sedona” reminders decorate the town. More than 270 businesses are “Sedona | Safe.Clean.Ready,” adhering to strict CDC standards.  Limiting crowd size and maintaining social distance are among other safety requirements.

Get a taste of Sedona with our videos, and then get in touch.  We look forward to seeing you in “The Most Beautiful Place on Earth.”

EMAIL: [email protected]
Website:  VisitSedona.com

Sedona Visitor Center
331 Forest Road
Sedona, AZ 86336
United States

(800) 288-7336