The Sedona Sacred Earth Vortex Jeep Tour is an introduction to American Indian spirtuality. You will travel to the vortex.
Sedona is recognized worldwide for the presence of powerful energy spots known as "vortices."
The desire to explore the mystery and significance of these areas led to the birth of this tour - a metaphysical explanation for a phenomenon as old as earth itself. What is "sacred earth" or "medicine ground?" What is a vortex?
We'll explore these questions and more as our tour visits at least two of the four main Sedona vortices.
Note: Mostly on-road.
2.5 hours or 3.5 hours (whichever you order)
10:00 am & 2:00 pm daily
An introduction to American Indian spirtuality as you travel to the vortex. Sedona is recognized worldwide for the presence of powerful energy spots known as "vortices." The desire to explore the mystery and significance of these areas led to the birth of this tour - a metaphysical explanation for a phenomenon as old as earth itself.
A 15% gratuity will be added for all parties of 8 or more people. This gratuity is payable to the tour leader at the time you check in for the tour.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What should we wear? -- Dress for the season. It’s cool to sometimes cold in the winter. In the summer, dress in light layers and you’ll enjoy the primarily cool to balmy and sometimes comfortably warm weather in the open air vehicles. The fresh outdoor air breezes are wonderful to take in any time of the year. You should also wear comfortable traction tread shoes or tennis shoes, hats or visors, sunscreen and sunglasses. Contact wearers may prefer to switch to glasses for the Tour.
What should we bring? -- Bottled water (plastic), cameras and PLENTY of film.
Can we bring lunch and eat it in the jeep? -- Food and drink, other than a water bottle, are not allowed on our Tours; however, you may bring small snacks for young children.
Are smoking or alcoholic beverages allowed? -- Smoking and alcoholic beverages are not allowed during tours. Tours operate primarily on protected U.S. Forest Service Lands and your guides are very aware of their responsibility to protect the custodianship of these beautiful surroundings for generations to come and request cooperation and assistance from you in preserving this Scenic Wonderland.
What happens if it rains? -- The showers in the area are usually very brief, but your guides do carry rain ponchos in the jeeps. If it becomes too wet, they reserve the right to reschedule your tour.
Will we walk much on our Tour? -- You will have the opportunity to get out of the jeep to stretch, explore and take great photos and the tour itself will have minimal walking.
Are these jeep tours safe? -- Yes! Your guides have a flawless safety record, with top notch jeeps well maintained by excellent mechanics in their Company-owned jeep maintenance facility.
What if I have a passenger who is pregnant or has a back problem or other injury? -- We require a signed acknowledgment of risk from those who have serious back or neck problems, other injuries, or who are pregnant.
How many people can go in one jeep? -- The jeeps seat 6 or 7 plus your guide, depending on the trail you choose and sizes of the people. With smaller children, you can keep your family of 7 together if that’s your desire.
Will there be other people on the jeep with my family? -- That depends on the size of your group. If you have less than 6 people, other passengers may also be on the jeep to fill it to capacity, giving you a chance to make new friends.
How Far is it to Sedona?
From Phoenix - 98 miles with a drive time of about 2 hours. This is one of the most beautiful scenic drives in Arizona with the convenience of I-17. Elevation rises from 1,000 feet in Phoenix to 5,000 feet within 2 hours, with the flora and ecology changing about every 15-20 miles; a SIGHT to be seen! Along your way, you also pass by the Native American monuments of Montezuma’s Well and Montezuma’s Castle. It’s a spectacular scenic journey prior to arriving at your Majestic Magical Destination in Beautiful Sedona.
From Las Vegas - approximately 275 miles from Las Vegas with a drive time of about 4.5 hours. This is a Historic Drive across Old Route 66 on I-40. You will have several choices of unique and colorful small towns where you may stop, shop and view on the way. One extra special stop is Williams, AZ Home to Grand Canyon Railway a Red Rock Western Jeep Partner. Your journey then takes you through historic Flagstaff, AZ and along 89A Oak Creek Canyon, Home to the National State Park of Slide Rock.
From Flagstaff - 26 miles with a drive time of about 40 minutes. This breathtaking voyage is on 89A through Oak Creek Canyon, a National Treasure. You pass by the State Park of Slide Rock and drive over the Guinness World Book of Records “most curved bridge”. The scenic road takes you through a tree line of seasonal foliage and rock sculptures that will take your breath away.
Minimum 2 persons per order. Tour includes hotel pick-up in Sedona. Anyone under age 16 must be accompanied by an adult age 21 or older.
There are no refunds. All sales are final.
If changes are allowed on a tour or activity, a $20.00 per reservation change fee will be applied for any change to a reservation. Please note that some tours and activities do not allow any changes. Date changes can only be made only if we can confirm availability on the new date. While we cannot guarantee any changes can be made, all change requests must be submitted a minimum of 24 hours prior to the tour departure and must be handled on an individual basis through our Reservations Center.
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