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Sedona Off-Road Canyon Jeep Tour

  • Jeep tour of Sedona's dramatic desert landscape
  • Enjoy unobstructed views from an open Jeep
  • See rock formations and canyons
Sedona Off-Road Canyon Jeep Tour
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Sedona Off-Road Canyon Tour will depart at 9am
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Discover Sedona’s adventurous side on a Jeep tour that explores the rugged hills, canyons, and rough terrain that surround the city. You’ll learn about local geology, history, and wildlife as you spot landmarks that include Thunder Mountain, Doe Mesa, and Diamondback Gulch, with an experienced guide to share local legends and spot wildlife. This Sedona Jeep tour includes pickup and drop-off at local hotels, and it’s the perfect way to get off-road and deep into the Arizona desert.
What to Expect
Your tour starts as you hop in your Jeep with your guide and take off through the rough-and-tumble hills and canyons around Sedona.

As you go, learn about the geology of the Sedona area, and listen to your guide's stories about local history, including American Indian lore, and what types of wildlife and vegetation exist here. Get an up-close view of some of the best canyons and mountains, including a different perspective on jaw-dropping Thunder Mountain, also known as Capital Butte, one of the tallest mountains in the area.

Stop for a look at the curiously named Cock’s Comb, a jagged, spiny ridge clad in various shades of red, and check out other natural highlights like Boynton Canyon, Bear Mountain, Doe Mesa, Greasy Spoon and Diamondback Gulch.

By the time you return to town, you'll have a new appreciation for the rugged natural beauty of this corner of Arizona.
Reviews (8)
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Reviewed September 12, 2018
Private tour with Paul

Very personalized tour with extra off road detour for taking more time to take pictures and interesting insights and information, really entertaining. Enjoyed it very much and wanted to tour again. Thank You.

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank goldelement5
Reviewed August 3, 2018 via mobile
Wonderful time

Paul was very knowledgeable and showed us a good time. He spoke about Native American history, has an extensive knowledge that n botany and the rock formations.More

Thank Jeff H
AssociateJeep, Public Relations Manager at Arizona Safari Jeep Tours, responded to this reviewResponded August 9, 2018

Hi Jeff! We're glad you were able to have a good time and learn a lot about the history of this beautiful land! We will let Paul know of your good review and we hope to see you again. Thank you for choosing Safari Jeep...More

Reviewed July 17, 2018 via mobile
Off Road Seven Canyons Tour

Had such a great experience today on our off road tour. Our tour guide Doug was friendly, accommodating & knowledgeable with great stories. Highly recommended!

Thank Klbl500
Reviewed March 27, 2018
Awesome Guide and Fun Ride

Our experience with Arizona Safari Jeep Tour has been perfect and excellent. Our guide and driver Paul took us to the Outback Tour and was really knowledgeable on the different canyons and rock formations. We loved the tour and Paul helped in taking awesome pictures...More

Date of experience: March 2018
Thank Michael O
Reviewed March 22, 2018 via mobile
Excellent tour

Had a wonderful experience on the afternoon tour. Capt. Jack did a wonderful job with all the information presented.

Thank greg t
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