12 Unique Things to Do in Sedona: Explore Like a Local

Things to Do in Sedona

Sedona, Arizona, is home to nearly 10,000 people and a spiritual haven for many more. The red stones here are said to contain mysterious cosmic powers that promote healing and self-exploration.

Therefore, Sedona has long been considered a sacred place of abundant natural beauty. Brett Briseno, director of sales and marketing for Enchantment Resort and Mii Amo Hotel and Spa in Sedona, told Travel + Leisure via email, “There’s something special here. Whether it’s the energy of the land, the true hospitality from its people., the harmonious cultures or world-class companies, this place feels “different” than anywhere else. 

I would use the word majestic, but others might say that there is a rare positivity and peace here in the world.”That sense of peace and spirituality has made Arizona a community spa. (The Mii Amo Spa at The Enchantment Resort is a T+L reader favorite.) Briseno noted, “Sedona is one of the few places where you come home feeling better and more energized.” Red rock formations, steep canyons, and pine forests, as well as hiking and biking trails, also surround the site.In short, Sedona locals recommend adding the following to your first-time traveler’s itinerary

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12. Dine on the water at Cress on Oak Creek.

If you love nature and are visiting Sedona, I recommend booking a meal at Cress on Oak Creek which is located at L’Auberge de Sedona, one of the favorite resorts in Arizona according to T+L readers. The restaurant boasts an outdoor patio situated in a green area right next to Oak Creek. 

11. Try to spot a UFO.

In addition to the occasional energetic vortex, Sedona has “thousands of UFO sightings reported every year,” said Theriault, who recommends that first-timers join “a military night sighting UFO tour or take advantage of a designated Dark Sky community.” looking at the stars at night.”.

10. Consider shopping at Exposures International Gallery of Fine Art.

9. Book a Jeep tour or rent an off-road vehicle.

8. Hike Devil’s Bridge Trail.

7. Visit Red Rock State Park.

6. Book a hot-air balloon ride.

5. Bike the Aerie to Cockscomb Trail.

4. Visit Amitabha Stupa and Peace Park.

3. Hike Airport Loop Trail.

2. Shopping at Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping Village.

1.Swim at Slide Rock State Park in Oak Creek.



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