Nestled amid striking red-rock buttes, steep canyon walls and pine forests, Sedona earned its spot on USA Weekend “The 10 Most Beautiful Places in America”. Known for its mild climate, Sedona is one of the Southwest’s premier arts communities. We’ll get to know Sedona on a trolley tour that includes the Chapel of the Cross (build into the red rock), Uptown Sedona (packed with shops and galleries) and Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village (fashioned as a traditional Mexican village). Enjoy views of the Grand Canyon from stops at a number of scenic outlooks long the South Rim and have dinner at Cameron Indian Trading Post. We’ll visit Montezuma Castle National Monument—one of the best-preserved cliff dwellings in North America—nestled into a towering limestone cliff; ride the Verde Canyon Railroad past towering cliffs and ancient ruins. We’ll spend our last day in Sedona at leisure before a farewell chuck wagon supper at the Blazin M Ranch.
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- Round-trip regularly scheduled flights from Boston to Phoenix, via a connecting city
- Five nights' accommodations: Sedona Real Inn (or similar)
- Eight meals: five breakfasts, three dinners
- Escorted, private, round-trip airport/hotel transfers
- Services of professional Tour Manager
Sedona trolley tour, Mexican village of Tlaquepaque, Oak Canyon, Grand Canyon South Rim, Cameron Indian Trading Post, Montezuma Castle National Monument cliff-dwelling, Verde Canyon Railroad.
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PRICING AND DEPOSIT
Prices are per person, based on double occupancy. $2,079 per person triple occupancy; $2,669 for single reservations. Fuel surcharge, air taxes and fees subject to change. MH Ross Travel Protection Plan is $175. Although not required, we recommend purchasing the waiver. Purchase must be made at time of booking. Per person deposit is $300.