Want to learn more about the Native American history of Sedona and the Verde Valley? Did you know that throughout Northern Arizona there are incredible ancient ruins sites like the Palatki & Honaki Heritage Site, V Bar V, Montezuma’s Castle & Montezuma’s Well, Tuzigoot National Monument and more? Guided and individual tours to these sites will amaze and astound you as you view ancient petroglyphs, fragments of indian pottery from centuries ago and native dwellings that have been preserved for ages. Watch this video to learn more about the sacred lands of Sedona.
We highly recommend taking a guided tour to Sedona’s ancient ruins through Pink Jeep Tours. Click on the link to view their Video Web Page here on Sedona.tv. Also, be sure to sign up for their e-newsletter on their website because they send out information about deals and discounts every month.
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Hi Megan! Thanks for all the helpful info so far! Lunch on the way up – was thinking the Asylum in Jerome, but then we miss that spectacular drive in to Sedona coming the back way. Any thoughts? Other plans are the Pink Jeep tour (Broken Arrow), dinner at Cafe Elote (love that place!), playing the horses at Stakes and Sticks, and lunch/dinner the day we head out. Maybe L’Auberge for lunch by the creek or Tii Gavo at Enchantment, dinner at Cucina Rustica. ~Rubee
Great choices so far Rubee! If you want a casual, super yummy breakfast or lunch try Secret Garden Cafe at Tlaquepaque…location is beautiful, food is healthy and delicious.
If you want something more formal, I recommend breakfast at L’Auberge over lunch. Cucina Rustica is an excellent restaurant for dinner – try the Grilled Artichoke appetizer – I’ve never had anything like it in my life!
Make sure you do the drive up/down Oak Creek Canyon. Oak Creek Canyon was named one of the top 10 most scenic drives in America by Rand McNally.
Jerome is very cool, too! You can never go wrong with a visit to the Asylum – it kind of sits off the side of a cliff overlooking the Verde Valley. I also recommend the Haunted Hamburger for lunch. I’ve never tried it myself but all the locals rave about it.
Broken Arrow Tour with Pink Jeep Tours is one of the best jeep tours in town. You will love it! If you can book it for sunset time, you’ll find it even more breathtaking. Also visit http://www.pinkjeep.com/ and sign up for their E-Newsletter to get discounts!
Last but not least, just for fun, you might consider trying a pyschic reading – its a true Sedona experience! I’ve had some really amazing readings at the Center for the New Age.
Hope you enjoy your trip here! Please come back and comment on how you liked all of my recommendations!