13 Things to do in Sedona, Arizona: A Travel Guide 40 Comments / By zyulkyar / July 1, 2020 Sedona, Arizona is a beautiful city with amazing hikes, food, shopping and architecture. It is a great spot to spend a weekend or longer, especially if you enjoy … Related
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Very nice view and video great job
Buen video. Felicidades
Is it possible to get around without a car? I’ve been wanting to visit but don’t have a car or plan on renting one
Can you fly a Drone in some of this beautiful spots?
Sedona stone apes
Super helpful! I am planning a trip for me and my 8 year old to Sedona later this year. Your video was wonderful. I’ll definitely research many of these suggestions!!!
$3 dollar parking ha they need to raise that to $5…..no one would care! Airport parking view my favorite.
Thamk You Beautiful Wonderful Video.
Should I go here or strawberry 🍓 this weekend or Montezuma 🏰?
We are going to Sedona in July. This was really informative and helpful and you are adorable. Thanks for the great tips!
To many plugs on food lol
Great tips! Thank you so much!
where's the best place to stay with family ,Sedona or near by any city ?
Planning a trip there in August. Thanks for the video & tips!
We followed most of your recommendations and were so pleased. Thanks!
1 thing to do is turn on the air conditioning so you dont die
Very nice introduce for the Sedona.. thanks for sharing useful info video
Love Sedona! One of the best places in AZ!
4:38 You'll have some great views. Yeah that nice blonde A+
Sedona's Incredible! My personal favorite thing to do is explore and find ruins.
Yeet and I’m here because of roblox jailbreak
Is that a Kachina? 3:45
HEY WHAT GIVES! Why didn't Slide Rock State Park make your list? That place is amazing!
Should not call it devil, curse self, call it Gods or Angels. Omg. Beautiful. i wish i could have gone there b4 Corona.
Great video! I loved the fact that you made it all the way through without saying "spiritual" or "vortex" even once.
Who came here for jailbreak?
The Shaman cave is a sacred sight to see…
I believe one day I’ll be there..
Check out the restaurant Tortas de Fuego next dime you go there. Not fancy but the food is fantastic!
Hudsons! Food was amazing and views were great
I was in Sedona in May many years ago, loved it, high energy place to be, see all the vortexes, wondaful place to hike, as no humidity. The huge rocks do radiate a lot of heat, so I would avoid summers there. If you are from Phoenix area, then it may not be that bad in the summer for you, it's all relative to what you are used to.
I was just in Sedona yesterday for the first time. Now I'm stuck back in the Mid-West with snow and I miss it already. Not even 24 hours after leaving Sedona I'm online watching more videos of it. The most beautiful scenery I've ever seen.
Do they have bears in these places? Just watched bear attacks…lol