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Seven Canyons Tour from Sedona

  • A 1.5-hour Jeep tour of Sedona’s famous Seven Canyons
  • Explore the beauty of the canyons and their surrounding environments
  • Hear about the region’s steeped history from an informative guide
Seven Canyons Tour from Sedona
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Marvel in the beauty of Arizona’s famous red rock country on this 90-minute small-group tour departing from Sedona. Ride through the area on a Jeep and discover breathtaking views of ancient canyons and magnificent sandstone formations. A personal guide will clue you in to Sedona’s ecology and history, which includes evidence of human life dating back to 11,500 BC. Avoid the hassle of a big group with this small-group tour, designed for 15 people or less. 
What to Expect
After meeting your guide, hop in the Jeep and fasten your belt for your exploration of the pristine western canyons of Sedona.

Cruise through Dry Creek Basin, and admire an area filled with untouched native vegetation and majestic sandstone formations. As you venture further, you'll be surrounded by seven of the most scenic canyons in Sedona. Ramble into Arizona's historic ranch country where cowboys, Indians and the actors who played them on TV once roamed. Then marvel at the diverse ecology, and hear historical anecdotes and interesting facts from your guide about Sedona’s preservation.
Gorgeous photo ops are available throughout the tour, but the light is particularly great at sunset, which offers the most electric colors and memorable backdrops. Wind through the seventh and final canyon, soaking up the last of these roads less traveled before you head back to the starting point, where your tour ends.
Reviews (15)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Glad we tried this company

My husband and I were the only couple on the tour. When I noticed that, I was concerned they would cancel. They did not (and apparently do not as part of their dedication to customer satisfaction) and we had an enjoyable 2 hours with Francene....More

Thank AmyLB1997
realism714, Guest Relations Manager at Arizona Safari Jeep Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 5 days ago

We appreciate you so much. We will pass along your comments to Francene. We hope to see you again!

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
An exciting opportunity to see the beautiful Red Rock country

We took a few days to get away from home and we found the Seven Canyons tour to be the highlight of our time. Our tour guide, John, had lived in the Sedona area for years and had great insight into the habitat and history...More

Thank 2teacherfamily
realism714, Guest Relations Manager at Arizona Safari Jeep Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

John is truly a wealth of knowledge. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to provide excellence.

Reviewed 1 September 2018
Jeep Tour

Really enjoyed the tour with Paul. Very friendly and knowledgeable. He told us lots about the area that I hadn’t heard before.

1  Thank jojoLethbridge
realism714, Marketing at Arizona Safari Jeep Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 4 September 2018

Good Ol' Paul . Thank you so much!

Reviewed 18 July 2018
I highly recommend this trip - especially around sunset!

My family and I had such a wonderful time with our tour guide, Doug. He was so knowledgeable about the flora and fauna in Sedona and we learned quite a bit while on our trip with him. He would stop when we asked so we...More

Thank Jennifer F
Reviewed 19 June 2018
A wonderful time.

I booked this prior to arriving in Sedona. Tracy, our tour guide, was a native Arizonan who talked about the history of Sedona as well as pointing out plants and how the Indians used them. We stopped at two points which allowed us to take...More

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Response from gazoo2018 | Reviewed this property |
YES, it is a very bumpy ride in some areas and there are areas on the rail of the jeep overhead and on the side to hold onto. But there are many opportunities to take pictures. Our guide would slow down or even stop for us... More