Ultimate Sedona, AZ Travel Guide—Read Before You Go

As a first-timer, you’re probably looking forward to visiting this  desert oasis so you can explore or bask in vortex energy all day, but  you want some help putting it all together into an epic vacation.

In this Sedona travel guide, we’ll cover all the must-knows before your  trip: how to get there, where to stay, where to eat, etc.

As someone who has visited Sedona, Arizona, about a gazillion times and  lived there, I feel like I have to ensure your Sedona vacation is just  as lovely as you’re hoping it’ll be.

Winter can be a fabulous time to visit Sedona! It doesn’t happen often, but if the temperatures in December are cool enough, you might get snow in Sedona.


Sedona has a mix of difficult hikes and easy hikes! – Cathedral Rock Vortex (shuttle stop) – Soldier Pass (shuttle stop) – Devil’s Bridge (shuttle stop)


Bashas — This is an AZ grocery store chain. If you’re renting a place, you might find it helpful to shop for food here.

Where to Eat in Sedona

Source: Booking.com

This is a great place to come to if you want a burger and a place to watch sunset!

Canyon Breeze

– Comfy walking shoes – Sunscreen – Reusable water bottle – Sunglasses – Camera

What to Pack

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