Arizona Cliff Dwellings Near Sedona

  • Honanki Heritage Site: Hear the myths and legends around 700-year-old Sedona cliff dwellings built by the Sinagua people
  • Archaeology: View painted pictographs and carved petroglyphs
  • Culture: Learn how the Sinagua thrived through farming and trading
  • Moderate Hike: Walk beneath a cliff side overhang where early Arizona inhabitants lived, worked and thrived
  • Incredible Views: Ride in a custom-built Pink® Jeep® Wrangler, designed to give you unobstructed views

Tour Details

This unique, archaeological tour offers an up-close look at Sedona cliff dwellings and a time when the Sinagua people called this area home.

Little is known about the customs of the Sinagua, who occupied the site for an estimated 200 years between A.D. 1150 and 1350. Painted pictographs, carved petroglyphs and ancient artifacts offer a glimpse into their lifestyle.

During your visit, you’ll see the 700-year-old cliff dwellings that were used for living spaces and community gatherings. You will learn about the Sinagua’s high desert farming techniques, far-reaching trade system and theories as to why they mysteriously vanished.

On the way to and from the Honanki Heritage Site, you will travel through the city of Sedona where your guide will point out world-famous landmarks and red rock formations.

Know Before You Go

  • One-third of the journey to the heritage site occurs on a dirt road with potential bumps and potholes.
  • Viewing the ruins requires a three-quarter mile walk along an uneven dirt path.
  • Comfortable, closed-toe walking shoes are recommended.
  • No children under 2 are permitted on this tour.
  • Pets are not allowed beyond the parking lot at this national heritage site. Please ask about accommodation for service animals prior to taking the tour.

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