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Jeep tours in Sedona
INSIGHT THROUGH SIGHTSEEING.
If you're in the market for a little more that a change of scenery, Sedona, Arizona, is the place where you'll find opportunities for sightseeing and soul searching alike. One hundred miles south of the Grand Canyon, a kind of mystic playground awaits you, a place where adventure and education come together in a red-rock canyon landscape that you've got to see to believe. One of the best ways to take in the surroundings is Marty Wolf's Earth Wisdom Jeep Tours, which feature rugged, remote adventures led by guides who specialize in ancient Native American teachings, myths, lore, and methods of natural living and healing.
BUILD YOUR OWN.
Every tour is custom-designed, so feel free to put together your personalized experience by choosing from a varied list of group or private tour categories. Take a hike amid the solitude of the mesas, creeks, and arches, or climb up the 2,500 foot canyon rim. Wrap up your jeep tour or hike with a one- or two-hour horseback ride with guides from the Yavapai-Apache Nation who will lead you through their ancient pueblo cliff dwellings.
The tours include stops at several sacred vortexes--sites considered to be power spots that Native Americans and modern believers say emit energies from deep within the earth.