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Sedona Attractions

No need to sit around and wonder what to do and which places to see in Sedona! This desert jewel in the Verde Valley offers an abundance of awesome adventures and attractions; book your stay at Best Western Plus Inn of Sedona, where you can achieve the perfect balance of fun, adventure, rest and relaxation.

Pink Jeep Tours

Perhaps one of the best ways to explore the Sedona area is by choosing one of Pink Jeep’s adventure tours - a trusted local guide company, Pink Jeep offers off-road and sightseeing Sedona AZ tours including the Broken Arrow Tour, the Ancient Ruin Tour, the Touch the Earth Vortex Tour and more. Book an exclusive accommodations/select Pink Jeep Tours package for special savings!

Out of Africa Wildlife Park

Feel like you’re in the heart of Africa and see hundreds of animals from all over the world - especially Africa - up close and personal at Out of Africa Wildlife Park. About a half-hour drive from our hotel. Take a true bush safari ride to see 40 large cats, including lions, tigers, jaguars and leopards, as well as grazing giraffes, herd animals and zebras and more. For big savings, check out our special accommodation/Out of Africa package deal!.

Oak Creek Canyon

Known as the smaller cousin of the Grand Canyon and almost as popular, Oak Creek Canyon sits between Sedona and nearby Flagstaff in the Coconino National Forest. Perfect for a leisurely drive along Route 89A, the canyon drive features hairpin turns and stunning scenery. Be sure to stop at the Oak Creek Canyon Vista for a bird’s eye view and amazing photographs.

Jerome: The Largest Ghost Town in America

Once a booming copper mining town in the Black Mountains, Jerome is now a fascinating little town that looks much like it did 100 years ago. Home to unique shops, saloons, and restaurants, this walking tour of a historic hillside town, about 45 minutes by car from our hotel, is a must-see. 

Local Wineries

Spend a leisurely afternoon winery-hopping on your own or enjoy a local wine tour to taste your way through Sedona’s vineyards. The area’s hot, dry summers, August monsoons and cool nights are ideal growing conditions for varieties including Syrah, Merlot, Cabernet and Chardonnay.

Montezuma's Castle

Look into the desert’s past in one of the best preserved cliff dwellings on the continent at Montezuma’s Castle. The ancestral home of the Sinague people dates back to approximately 1425 AD, featuring five stories and 20 rooms built right into a sheer limestone cliff.

Cathedral Rock

Cathedral Rock is another famous red rock landmark, and one of the most photographed features in the area. It’s located in Coconino National Forest. The Cathedral Rock Trail leads you through short but steep paths into the saddle points or “gaps” within the rock formation.

Boynton Canyon

The popular Boynton Canyon Vista is accessible by a short 0.6-mile easy to moderate hike from the Boynton Canyon parking lot, with rock steps leading into the saddle of the vista. From the trail, you’ll catch a glimpse of the Boynton Canyon Spire.

Verde Canyon Railroad

Step inside a refurbished train car and ride the rails through the Verde Canyon on a breath-taking 20-mile round-trip journey. Red rock buttes, steep ravines and soaring bald eagles await! Be sure to look into our special Verde Valley accommodation package for a fantastic deal!

ATV Tours

What better way to explore the incredible landscapes of Sedona, Arizona than from an open-air ATV tour? Drive your way through gorgeous canyons and mountains, stop to take in the views and kick up some dust with your choice of ATVs, FWDs and off-road buggy rentals. Head out on your own or take a guided ATV Tour for an exciting day out with friends or family!