Sedona, Arizona. | My Family Travels

Traveling is one of the great joys in life. When it comes to deciding where to go, you really have to ask yourself what you’re looking to experience. If you want to hike, bike, walk, shop, and enjoy a New Age culture then I fully recommend spending some time in Sedona, Arizona. Sedona is a small town nestled in many red rock formations. Many who live there and have visited believe that the energy there is something special. It’s definitely a go-to place for soul searching!

                When looking for a place to stay, there’s a lovely RV park called Rancho Sedona that’s within walking or biking distance of the shops and attractions in town. If you’re more of a hotel traveler, Amara Resort Hotel & Spa is a luxurious spot in the middle of town. If you’re looking for something more secluded, there are many camping sites and motels on the outskirts of town. As far as food goes, there are plenty of cafés, an amazing Bar and Grill called Ken’s Creekside with an amazing “Magic Mushroom Burger” that you must try! Order a side of fries with it; they’re one of a kind! After your meal there I recommend looking into Pink Jeep or other ATV tours for the next day. If you can’t afford to take those tours, which I personally couldn’t, then try the trolley tours! You’ll get to see some amazing views and it’ll give you more information about Sedona’s great history! The trolley will also take you up to a beautiful church that was made into the side of some Red Rocks! By the end of your tip though, a helicopter tour is pretty much mandatory. It’s relatively cheap and the perfect end to an amazing trip.   

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