Sedona, Arizona claims some of the most breathtaking sights in the entire world. Lucky for you, many of them are quite close together, meaning that on one of our Sedona Sightseeing Tours you can see half a dozen or more Sedona astounding places in one day. What’s even better is that you can see them from the comfort of a new Top Notch Transportation fleet vehicle!
Top Notch Transportation knows the Sedona area better than anyone else, so we can show you all the sights you want to see in a few hours, or we can extend your tour to an entire day! You choose the sights you want to see and let us know how long you’d like to spend at each one. Then we will customize a sightseeing tour package to fit your exact wishes.
Some Sedona sights can be fully appreciated from your car window, but others beg to be explored on foot. Top Notch Transportation can accommodate those with mobility limitations, getting you as close as possible to the Sedona sights you want to see, so that you can enjoy the unbelievable views our great state is known for.
When you call Top Notch, you can request sights that you’re dying to see, or you can let us recommend some of our favorites! Here are a few of them:
Bell Rock is a uniquely shaped red rock formation. It has a ball at the top and a tapered dome shape that make it resemble a bell, hence the name. Bell Rock is also a vortex, one of four popular sights known for physical and spiritual healing properties.
Chapel of the Holy Cross
Near Bell Rock, you can see the Chapel of the Holy Cross standing majestically over the desert. Built into existing rock, the chapel seems to grow right out of it. While you’re there, look for the natural Madonna and Child rock structure just behind it!
Red Rock State Park
You could spend a whole day admiring the natural wonders in Red Rock State Park, or you could enjoy a relaxing ride through the park on its 13-mile scenic drive. Your Top Notch driver will take as much time as you want to see this majestic park.
The Honanki people were cliff dwellers, which makes their ancient homes quite interesting to most everyone who visits Sedona. The place where these people once lived is now a recognize Heritage Site, complete with rock art and hiking trails.
Oak Creek Canyon
For a leisurely drive, you can’t beat 89A in Arizona which closely follows Oak Creek Canyon. There are spectacular views from Sedona all the way to Northern Arizona. Because the road is twisty and curvy, you’ll thank yourself for letting Top Notch do the driving so you don’t miss one breathtaking moment!
Slide Rock State Park
Slide Rock State Park is a favorite natural ‘swimming hole’ for locals and tourists alike. When the summer weather rolls in, water from the mountains turns Slide Rock into a fun water slide for adventurous souls.
No matter what Sedona sights you’re interested in seeing, Top Notch has you covered! Call us at (602) 505-5453 for more info.