Approx. 3 hoursStart time
01 Mar – 30 Sep: First departure at 7:00am, departure on an hourly basis
01 Oct – 28 Feb: First departure at 8:00am, departure on an hourly basis
Duration: Approx. 3 hours
The tour starts from 204 N. Highway 89A, Sedona, AZ 86336.
Please report at the meeting point 20 minutes before the start time. This is mandatory to allow time for pre-departure briefing.
The tour ends at the starting point
Rugged on the outside and luxurious within, you’ve never ridden in a Jeep like this!
See an ancient cliff dwelling built by the Sinagua Indians, which has weathered more than 700 years of fierce winters and unforgiving summers.
Learn how this inventive tribe survived in such an inhospitable land and examine the rock art they left behind.
There is no hotel pick-up for this Ancient ruins tour. Please make your way to 204 N Highway 89A. You will be accompanied by a knowledgeable English-speaking guide whose stories are as colorful as the surroundings.
Set out in your rugged 4x4 across spectacular canyon lands studded with towering red-rock formations.
Step back in time as you explore a 700-year old Sinaguan cliff dwelling. The Sinagua people flourished as hunters and farmers in the American Southwest from the 8th-15th century, many thousands of years before Columbus washed ashore.
History comes alive as your guide reveals the customs and legends of the SInaguans, and decodes the meanings of evocative rock art etched on the cliff walls.
This 2.5 to 3 hour tour offers all the adventure and historical intrigue you’ve been looking for.
Your tour ends where it began.
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the to confirm all details.
You will need to walk around 3/4 of a mile on this tour
For safety reasons, no food and glass containers are allowed on tour.
For seating comfort any passenger weighing 250 lbs or who are 6'4" or taller will not be allowed on the tour
Children under 5 years of age require a car seat (required by law)
Children must be accompanied by an adult
Wear comfortable tennis or hiking shoes and outdoor clothing. Open toe shoes not recommended.
Not recommended for pregnant women and persons with back or neck injuries
Contact wearers may want to switch to eyeglasses
The tour is conducted in an Open-air jeeps with 360° views