Touch the Earth
DEPARTS Sedona, AZ
An Exploration of Sedona Vortex Energy
- Take an intimate journey to spectacular meditative viewpoints
- Learn the history of how Sedona’s vortex industry was born
- Soak up panoramic views of iconic red rock formations
- Learn the significance of Boynton Canyon to Native cultures
- Take in the beautiful Southwest surroundings, desert landscape and wildlife
- Tour may include stops at Airport Mesa, Lover's Knoll or Mystic Vista
No children under 2 are permitted on this tour.
Our Touch the Earth Tour is an educational journey into the mystical beliefs and physical characteristics of vortices—meditative sites found around the world that are believed to offer heightened energy for physical, mental or spiritual well-being. Learn local vortex lingo: upflow, info, combination, masculine, feminine, electric, magnetic and more.
Your journey starts at Pink Jeep Plaza in Uptown Sedona, where you’ll board a custom-built open-air Pink Jeep® Wrangler. Your local, adventure tour guide will take you to one of two stops: Airport Mesa or Mystic Vista. You'll travel to spectacular viewpoints while learning about Sedona's world-famous vortex sites. This tour is mostly on paved roads with one-to-three stops, and some walking at each stop.
Airport Mesa is the closest vortex to the center of Sedona, with twisted juniper trees and panoramic views of the city and surrounding red rocks. Learn about the unique characteristics of the Airport Vortex and the nearby, steep trail that will take you to the knoll at the top of the vortex itself. This is a popular hike for sunrise or sunset.
Winding through West Sedona to Mystic Vista, you'll travel through Boynton Canyon—the spiritual home of the Yavapai-Apache. This area is believed to be the creation site of the human race by some Native cultures.
Mystic Vista is a butte with 360-degree views across the lush, green Verde Valley. Legend has it that this has been a sacred ceremonial site for 2,000 years. From here, you can see Cockscomb, Doe Mesa, Bear Mountain, Boynton Canyon, Thunder Mountain, Courthouse Butte, Bell Rock and Cathedral Rock
Time permitting, your tour will wind along Red Rock Loop Road to Lover's Knoll a high point popular for meditation, weddings and spectacular photography during sunset or a full moon. From here, you'll look out towards Cathedral Rock, one of the most photographed landmarks in Arizona and an upflow vortex of soaring heights.
There are only a few places in the world that can claim to be truly connected to the earth’s energy. But once you understand the science behind natural vortex areas, you'll go home feeling peaceful, revitalized and ready to discover one in your own backyard.
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Following are real guest reviews, voluntarily submitted and unedited.
Had a great time!
good, a little bumpier than anticipated but was manageable for my mom
Excellent!! Loved Laura!!
Fun and informative
The tour was amazing!! Definitely exceeded expectations and I really learned a lot. Dan was so nice and helpful too. He really went above and beyond!!
it was great. very enjoyable
I thought it was exactly as advertised and our guide was outstanding. Microphone head set made a big difference in hearing all the interesting info she conveyed to our group.
I thought it was good but slightly over priced for what it offered. It was not a very strenuous tour with any hiking and limited difficulty with driving.
The guide was great. Took us to some great places and talked about a variety of things. We’ve been to Sedona 6 or 7 times and learned new things from the guide
Please Note: All tours are subject to our Terms of Sale which can be found here. Subject to our Terms of Sale, our tours operate rain or shine, provided the roads are open. In the event of severe weather, Pink Adventure Tours reserves the right to alter, modify, or cancel any tour due to unsafe conditions. Any tour cancelled by Pink Adventure Tours due to unsafe conditions will receive a 100% refund.