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Visitors to the Sonoran Desert, Yavapai County, Coconino County and Oak Creek usually want to explore the area, but not necessarily by themselves. Although not as scorching hot as the Mojave Desert that surrounds Las Vegas, Nevada, the Sonoran Desert is still nowhere you want to get lost. Sedona proper comprises only around eighteen square miles, but there are so many wonderfully obscure places to go, it might be in a person's best interest to participate in one of the several Sedona tours offered by various guides in the region. To that end, Sedona Central Reservations is pleased to include savvy advice and information regarding Sedona tours along with the other information we are ready to provide.
All Sedona tours are apt to take you to see and explore the famous red rocks formations. Young people tend to throw around the word 'awesome' so much that it's more or less lost its true meaning. When you see the red rocks of Sedona, you will once again how truly awesome the natural Southwest is. Of course, tours of Sedona are not the only thing we can tell you about. Are you ready for a fabulous spa experience? Would you like to stay a weekend in an enchanting bed & breakfast establishment? How about some live dinner theater? Contact Sedona Central Reservations and tell us about the sorts of things you'd like to see and do while visiting beautiful Sedona, Arizona. Please feel free to call us at any time. 800.445.4128 Sedona Tours