Sedona Arizona was named one of the “10 Best Weekend Escapes” by USA Today Travel. Click here to read the full article.
Over 4 million people visit Sedona Arizona each year. Tours and hotels fill up fast. We recommend making your reservations as early as possible. Click the here to connect to the Chamber of Commerce visitor site.
Getting to Sedona
The nearest major airport is Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, 120 miles Southeast of Sedona Arizona. It is served by most major air carriers. From Phoenix you can take a shuttle to Sedona for about $75 round trip or rent a car at the airport. The Flagstaff Pulliam Airport is approximately 30 miles north of Sedona Arizona. The Flagstaff Airport is not a stop for major air carriers.
At 4,500 feet, Sedona Arizona has four mild seasons and lots of sunshine making it a great place to visit year round. The average high temperature is 74 degrees and the average low is 45 degrees. We suggest packing a bit of everything even in the warmer months. The temperature drops nearly 30 degrees in the evenings.
There are many wonderful spas in Sedona. Enjoy a manicure, facial, or massage. Relax in a floating salt tank or enjoy a hot-stone massage. Or get invigorated with an aerobic class or game of tennis.
Enjoy a number of wonderful shops and boutiques displaying Western and Native American arts, craft and fashion. You can also stroll through the village of Tlaquepaque (Indian word meaning “the best of everything”) – with giant sycamore trees, fountains, hand-painted tile, seasonal flowers in bloom, forty unique shops and 4 wonderful restaurants including a micro-brewer
Be sure to view the Chamber of Commerce Calendar of Events! New events are being added frequently.
Sedona has long been known as a spiritual power center because of the vortexes of subtle energy located in the area. This has attracted the Metaphysical groups – crystals, palm readings, psychics, massages, and natural healing.