Hop in an open-aired jeep and explore the Diamondback Gulch, known for its wide-open, yet rugged terrain, and stunning views of the western red rock canyons. A knowledgeable guide will keep you on your toes, and along the way, provide geological information and history about the region. This thrilling off-roading adventure is an experience that the whole family will love; it will be the highlight of your trip to Sedona!
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Jeep tours depart daily from 8:00 am through sunset (this time varies throughout the year).Are there any physical/health/etc. restrictions for this tour?
Tours not recommended for persons with serious neck or back problems. Pregnant women not allowed on jeeps, no exceptions.What should I bring?
They recommend bringing water (no glass), cameras, sunscreen sunglasses, and hats.What should I wear?
Wear comfortable shoes and clothes; they DON’T recommend wearing Sunday’s best since the trails can be dusty.Where is the meeting location?
All Sedona Offroad Adventures Jeep tours depart from 2900 W State Route 89 A, Sedona, AZ, 86336. Located next to Nick’s Westside. It takes approximately 5 – 15 minutes to get to any of the Jeep trailheads.Is the tour appropriate for children?
They take children as young as three years old and up on jeep tours.Can I bring my camera?
Remember your camera (with straps). Great photo opportunities!How long is the tour?
The tour is approximately 2.5 hours long.Can I bring my pet?
They are a dog-friendly company. They do allow Fido to travel with you, provided other guests on your tour do not mind. It is free if he is a lap dog. If you are bringing a larger dog over 20lbs, they do charge a child’s price.Do you have seat belts on your jeep tours?
Everyone taking a Jeep tour must be in a seatbelt, and children five and under are provided a booster seat/ 5 point harness seat free of charge.