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Sedona, Arizona, about halfway between Phoenix and the Grand Canyon, is a must-visit place for spiritual seekers the world over. Since 2004, such visitors have been flocking to Sedona’s Amitabha Stupa. (Some call it Sedona’s newest vortex.) Sitting...more
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Felt like I was back in Nepal.
Very nice and different, nicely done, prayer flags and prayer wheels and a nice stupa.
A place to meditate, fitting for Sedona with all the good energy and vortexes.
Would return and recommend!
I cannot day enough great things. Such a beautiful place. We started off our last day in Sedona here. Enjoyed reading all of the information on the park. Had a wonderful quiet meditation and started our hike around thunder mountain. This place is a must...More
This is a place people come to meditate, relax, reflect and find peace in different parts of the park. Its a nice stop if you are in town and want to get away from the hustle. One thing to point out if going...the path is...More
This park is off the beaten path in a hidden area in West Sedona. It's definitely worth a visit to experience some peace and quiet away from the throngs of tourists in town. It's not a big area, but provides a place to relax, reflect,...More
My wife and I and mother and daughter team with service black lab and our driver was very engaging with his own stories as this is one is favorite place to go on his own. Dom was a wonderful guide and driver highly recommend him...More
Was in the neighborhood looking for a good, open vantage point to photograph the red rocks, and a resident told us to go see the stupa that was nearby. It was on very nice grounds with wonderful surroundings. Late in the day, great sunset photos.
The trail is not wheelchair friendly, however, we can open up a service road for you that will allow you to drive right up to the Stupa. You can make arrangements for that by calling 1-877-788-7229 in advance. Leave... More
The trail is not wheelchair friendly, however, we can open up a service road for you that will allow you to drive right up to the Stupa. You can make arrangements for that by calling 1-877-788-7229 in advance. Leave a message and one of the Stupa caretakers will get back to you and arrange to meet you there. It would be ideal if you called 2 or 3 days in advance.