I’ve often heard about how majestic Sedona, AZ is. I’ve see pictures and read countless articles about how Sedona’s scenic beauty and healing powers can change one’s life in so many ways. It has been on my bucket list of places to visit for a while and finally, I can check this destination off of my list. Sedona is by far one of the most beautiful, mind-blowing destinations in America. From the soaring red rocks, to the western culture that still lives on out in the desert, there’s really no place else like it. It’s not enough to just go there, but the things you do, where you stay and the magnificent people you encounter along the way. Whether you’re traveling to Sedona alone or with a group, allow us to navigate you throughout your Sedona adventure.

Sedona Sign & Rocks

Welcome to Sedona / Dana Damato


A trip to Sedona is not complete without a great hike. Be sure to pack hiking boots, really comfortable sneakers and work out clothes, and/ or hiking clothes. Spots not to miss out on during your time in Sedona include: Cathedral Rock Cathedral Rock is one of those most famous and most photographed sites in Arizona. Stay on the trail and climb to the top for an awe-inspiring view. Chapel of the Holy Cross Another famous landmark in Sedona is the Chapel of the Holy Cross. The Chapel of the Holy Cross is a Roman Catholic chapel built into the canyon and is visited by hundreds of thousands each year.


Sedona is known to be one of the more spiritual destinations in the world. For that reason, one can’t visit Sedona without doing yoga, meditation, or even both! McLean Meditation Institute Led by the highly recognized and knowledgeable, Sarah McLean, the McLean Meditation Institute teaches individuals how train the brain to meditate. With just an hour session, clients will already feel more relaxed with basic tips on how to train their brain to think. Sedona Spirit Yoga & Hiking Allow Johanna Mosca, founder of Sedona Spirit Yoga & Hiking, to guide you on a three-or-four-hour vortex hike, with yoga incorporated, to get the full mind-body connection experience.

M Diamond Ranch

M Diamond Ranch / Dana Damato


There are more than enough excellent places to eat in Sedona, but you can’t miss up an opportunity to check out Sound Bites Grill, especially for their breathtaking patio view, and ChocolaTree Organic Oasis, for their zen outdoor dining area and menu full of fresh, organic and vegan meals.


The most important thing about a trip to Sedona is finding the perfect, most private and tranquil lodging accommodation in town. Sedona is a place to visit to get “away from it all,” and there’s no better way to get there than these places! Briar Patch Inn The Briar Patch Inn will feel like your own private cabin in the woods. Enjoy a peaceful place to sleep free of TV, telephone and Wi-Fi to provide a real secluded feel. L’Auberge de Sedona For a more modern luxury cabin feel, L’Auberge de Sedona is the perfect place to feel “away from it all” while still being connected. Enjoy world-class amenities and service at this beautiful resort.

Verde Canyon Railroad

Verde Canyon Railroad / Dana Damato


If there wasn’t already enough to do and see in Sedona, add in a horseback ride through the country followed by live music and a steak dinner at M Diamond Ranch. If you’re looking for more, take a fun train ride through the canyons at Verde Canyon Railroad, and then relax with a rejuvenating spa treatment at the Sedona New Day Spa. All of these activities will make for a perfect Sedona experience! Have you recently traveled to Sedona? Tell us about it in the comments below!