I loved Sedona. It is absolutely beautiful there. Everywhere you turn there is another stunning view. We started our day walking around the downtown area and doing some shopping. It was mostly touristy shops but there were a few nice stores as well. Then we checked in for our Pink Jeep tour. The Pink Jeep tour was SO much fun! Our guide was great, he was a Sedona native and made the experience so awesome! We chose the Broken Arrow tour which is a crazy off road experience down Broken Arrow Trail. We bounced all around in the jeep and at some points it felt like we would bounce out, but it was a blast. We stopped at several different places to take pictures and walk around. Each place we stopped had amazing views.
The pictures really don’t do this place justice. It is so beautiful and literally every direction you turn you are surround by these amazing views, each formation a little different than the others. After our Pink Jeep tour was over we asked our guide where we should have lunch. He suggested Mariposa, so that’s where we went. It was realllly good. But the view was even better. It has the most amazing outdoor space with the most incredible 360 degree views.
We made one last stop at the Chapel of the Holy Cross in Sedona to take in the views and then we were headed back to Williams, AZ. It was finally time to see the Grand Canyon! After arriving in Williams we spent the night at the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel. We had tickets for the train to the Grand Canyon bright and early the next morning.
Stay tuned for the last part of the trip, where we finally made it to see the Grand Canyon.
If you missed part one of the trip check it out here.
4 thoughts on “Road Tripping from Vegas to the Grand Canyon – Part 2”
We are roadtripping from Vegas to Monument Valley and back in August as my Bachelorette Party, can’t wait! That pink Jeep is super cute!! Would love to stop by Sedona as well, but we don’t have time this time around! Next time!
You will have a blast! There are so many fun places to see out west!
I went on one of the pink jeep tours when I was in Sedona and they were great- such amazing scenery and I couldn’t believe the wheels would get over some sections. Definitely one of my favourite Sedona experiences. Thanks for linking up with #citytripping