DEPARTS Sedona, AZ
Sedona’s Native Archeological Experience
- Visit the Honanki Heritage site, 700-year-old cliff dwellings built by the Sinagua people
- Get an exclusive look at history during a guided adventure that is only available from Pink® Jeep® Tours
- View pictographs and petroglyphs from cultures that lived and thrived among the red rocks for centuries
- Observe a former archaeologic dig
- Hear the legends and myths surrounding the ruins and people who lived there
- Learn how the Sinagua Indians thrived in their desert home through farming and trading
- Ride in a custom-built Pink® Jeep® Wrangler, designed to give you unobstructed views
- Walk to a destination where early Arizona inhabitants lived, worked and played
Arizona’s indigenous history tells a fascinating tale during our Ancient Ruins Tour. This unique archeological adventure is an up-close look at a time when the Sinagua people called this area home, dating back to the 12th century.
Your Certified Interpretive Guide will meet you in Sedona at the Pink® Jeep® Tour Plaza. Get ready: our custom open-air Pink® Jeep® Wrangler is about to take you on a ride you’ll never forget. Wear comfortable shoes, as there is a 45-minute walk on the tour.
The mystery of the Sinagua people will surround you as you visit primitive ruins where they lived and worked from 600 AD until the 1400s. Little is known about the customs of the Sinagua, but pictographs and petroglyphs offer a glimpse into their ancient lifestyle.
During your visit, you’ll see the 700-year-old cliff dwellings were used for living spaces, community gatherings and burial grounds. Learn how they farmed and hunted, their complicated trading system—and how the society mysteriously vanished. The quandary of the Sinagua has yet to be solved.
At the end of the tour, you’ll journey back through the forest and into Sedona, where the rich legacy of Arizona’s native history lives on. No matter which Pink® Jeep® Tour you take next, you’ll never forget the mystique of this ancient civilization.
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Following are real guest reviews, voluntarily submitted and unedited.
It was educational on many fronts. I loved learning about the different uses of local plants that the natives discovered, the geology of the rocks, and the multiple times the ruins were inhabited by different groups.
randy was knowledgeable and took our individual needs into consideration
Hard to hear out guide. She was very nice. We have traveled all over the world and she just wasn’t dynamic or passionate
Very interesting g
James was incredible. He added alot to the tour. We found other groups hanging around to hear what he had to say about the ruins. Super funny, super knowledgeable. Keep him around. Great asset to your team.
We loved the tour. My hubby really loves this type of tour and Tom made it even more special
Excellent, Tom McCabe was great!
tour was fun, interesting and educational, guide was superb
Wonderful. Very informative. Bonnie was superb. She obviously is interested in the topic and continues to expand her knowledge. She answered any questions both on and off topic.
Sean made the tour! He provided us with so much information and answered any and all questions we had. He also is a very kind and helpful guy erson, by helping some lost ATVers. He was a great representative for your company!