Private tours

Nature, culture & history with a philosophical twist

About the tours

● Led by experienced, professional, educator guides
● Intimate views of Cathedral Rock and other iconic rock formations
● See Sinagua petroglyphs
● View Famous House of Apache Fires built by Jack and Helen Frye
● Relax along the cool banks of Oak Creek in the shade of ancient Freemont cottonwood, sycamore, and Arizona alder—a quiet retreat far from the crowds
● Includes admission to Red Rock State Park Nature Preserve and Environmental Education Center
● A completely unique Sedona experience


Sedona scenic hiking tour – 2 hours 30 minutes

Cathedral Rock from Red Rock State Park

Red Rock State Park Nature Preserve

Private group $135/person
Private individual $215
Meet us at the Red Rock State Park visitor center

Customized hiking tour of Red Rock State Park Nature Preserve and Environmental Education Center with opportunities to explore Oak Creek, the House of the Apache Fires, and scenic views. Easy to moderate hiking tailored to your abilities and preferences.

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Sinagua ruin hiking tour – 4 hours

Sinagua petroglyphs
Sinagua petroglyphs at Spring Creek

Native American ruin and petroglyph site at Spring Creek, plus Red Rock State Park Nature Preserve

Private group $165/person
Private individual $255
Includes transportation from hotel and picnic lunch

A hiking tour of a secluded Sinagua Indigenous ruin that has pueblo dwellings, petroglyphs, and pottery shards. Get an exclusive peek at the rarely seen Spring Creek, followed by a mini excursion at nearby Red Rock State Park Nature Preserve.

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Jerome historic tour – 4 hours 30 minutes

Jerome, AZ – Ghost Town

Jerome historic tour, plus Red Rock State Park Nature Preserve

Private group $175/person
Private individual $265
Includes transportation from hotel and picnic lunch

Tour the historic mining town of Jerome to see a haunted hilltop hotel; mining artifacts and mine shaft; and galleries featuring copper crafts and the work of local artists. Conclude with a picnic lunch and a short hike along Oak Creek in Red Rock State Park Nature Preserve.

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If you think you’ve seen Sedona you haven’t even scratched the surface. Go deeper, with Sedona Philosophy.

Each tour introduces you to meaningful aspects of our land and heritage, and reconnects mind, body, and spirit. Explore life in the midst of Sedona’s natural wonder.

Because the park is a nature preserve, Red Rock State Park does not allow pets. Service animals are permitted.