My husband and I are planning a trip for my spring break during the last weekend of March.
I recently found out I am pregnant (I will be 14-15 weeks at that time) and we are looking to find a vacation that will not consist of things I am unable to do. I have always wanted him to take me to Arizona (he lived there when he was a kid) and we are thinking this may be a good place.
Unfortunately because I have a history of miscarriages I have to be careful where I go and what I do when there. My Dr. gave me the ok to go on vacation, air travel, etc. but I need to go somewhere I can "take it easy". (Our original trip idea was Tokyo but we decided against it due to the long flight)
I am typically very adventure oriented on vacation so not being able to do these things is different for us and we're not really sure what to look for. We love spas and stargazing, and would like to go around Uptown to see the galleries and shops and I would be interested in the vortexes so these are some things we can do. I just don't know how long we should stay.
I want to know if it is possible to experience Sedona and its beauty without long hikes. I looked at other threads and know I can't do the Jeep tours or hot air balloons, or horseback riding. I am allowed to walk and light hike (the issue isn't so much the action of hiking as the length of time the hike lasts and if I will be stuck in the middle of nowhere if I get tired).
Do you think Sedona is worth it with my restrictions? What tipes of activities/nature can I see? Are there tours that take you to the great sightseeing spots without requiring too much activity?
Also we were thinking of doing an overnight in southern Utah (either Bryce, Monument Valley, etc.). If anyone is familiar with these places and if they're a good idea I would appreciate any input as well.