Sedona’s famous red-rock landscape offers adventure at every turn. Each excursion offers an unforgettable backcountry tour with insider info from the area’s most knowledgeable and experienced local guides.
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A full list of our Sedona tours, which can be sorted by price and length with the tool at right.
Exclusive to Pink Jeep Tours, the Broken Arrow Tour is our most extreme off-road adventure. Crawl over and atop iconic red-rock formations and enjoy miles of rugged desert terrain.
See Sedona’s iconic red rocks and hold on tight while your vehicle crawls over rough terrain. Exclusive to Pink Jeep Tours, Broken Arrow trail is where famous westerns were filmed. Take a thrilling ride descending the Road of No Return.
This scenic Sedona tour will take you on a rugged and bumpy ride, high in elevation in an open-air Pink Jeep® Wrangler. Enjoy breathless views, towering cliffs and red rock formations on this unique Sedona Jeep tour.
A quick introduction to the red rocks. Explore rugged roads, including a trail from pioneer times, while learning about plants and animals of Arizona's high desert. It's one of the best things to do in Sedona if you're short on time.
Experience exclusive access to an ancient Sedona ruin and rare petroglyphs on this Jeep tour. Explore the Honanki Heritage Site, where the indigenous Sinagua people lived and worked between A.D. 1150 and 1350
Arizona history blends with a rugged trail ride during a close look at a time dating back to the 12th century. Visit the Honanki Heritage site, view pictographs and petroglyphs, and see an active archeological dig.
This Sedona off-road adventure brings the Arizona high country to life with a rugged ride on desert outback trails. You’ll snake through the Verde Valley leaving Sedona behind for the red rocks of Coconino National Forest.
Enjoy wildlife, scenery and photo opportunities on a journey through Sedona’s backcountry canyons. The desert sun reflects off the towering red rock spires, as you travel through high desert topography. Sedona off-road tours of the canyons are unrivaled.
Enjoy an easy ride with spectacular views of Sedona’s iconic red rock formations. Explore canyons and trails and learn about the native landscape, wildlife and geological history. Set against a stunning backdrop of towering cliffs this tour is one of the best things to do in Sedona.
Take a bucket-list tour to Lower Antelope Canyon with a hike to Horseshoe Bend on this exciting day trip from Sedona. You’ll see the Painted Desert and Navajo Nation, have lunch at Glen Canyon Dam and shop at Cameron Trading Post.
Enjoy a Grand Canyon adventure with spectacular sights and visits to some of the Canyon’s most iconic lookout points and historic structures. This Sedona day trip includes lunch, a certified interpretive guide, and unforgettable views.
Experience a day trip to one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World – the Grand Canyon. Visit Mather Point, historic El Tovar Hotel and Bright Angel Lodge, and enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the Canyon itself.
Visit Chapel of the Holy Cross! Everything about our cutting-edge PanoramaVan is easy; boarding, 360 views, unique design, and all pavement riding. The sites you'll see on this tour are stunning: Chapel of the Holy Cross, Cathedral Rock, Tlaquepaque and Airport Mesa.
Journey in an open-air Pink Jeep to spectacular viewpoints while hearing the science and folklore behind Sedona's vortex sites. Enjoy southwest surroundings, desert landscape and wildlife. Tour will include one to three stops such as at Airport Mesa, Lover's Knoll or Mystic Vista.
Gear up for a different kind of off-road journey. Our guided hiking tour is customized for every group, and features a ride to the trailhead in one of our signature, open-air Jeep® Wranglers.
Visit The Knoll’s scenic overlook! Enjoy a more relaxed experience with an all-pavement excursion. This tour showcases Sedona’s red rocks and landmarks while exploring the town and surrounding scenery. See Cathedral Rock, Thunder Mountain, Coffee Pot Rock and more.
Jeep tours permitted & conducted on Coconino National Forest.