What To Do In Sedona
What to do in this eco-friendly town
Sedona, with its unmistakable blend of natural beauty and cultural offerings, is a must-visit destination for every traveler. For the perfect day, begin with a hearty (yet affordable) breakfast at Indian Gardens Cafe & Market, which is located in a historic general store in lower Oak Creek Canyon. (Locals swear by the overstuffed breakfast burrito.) Then, it’s Red Rock State Park you’ll want to check out for the legendary red rock formations and stunning scenery. Be sure to book an off-road excursion with Pink Jeep Tours to enjoy your surroundings, while being driven around in a jeep by a knowledgeable tour guide. Afterwards, cool off with a creamy ice cream cone (try the prickly pear flavor) from Black Cow Ice Cream. Then, indulge in a little retail therapy at Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village, a charming center filled with locally-owned boutiques and galleries. And when the day is done, retire to a dreamy bed at L’Auberge de Sedona or Orchards Inn for a restful night’s sleep.