4 Reasons To Visit Sedona
If you’re wondering whether Sedona is really where you want to go, this list will help clear it up!
1. It’s one of the most beautiful places in the world.
Between the red rock formations, the clear night sky, and the Southwestern architecture in town, Sedona is stunning, no matter where you’re standing. Taking hikes up the mountains and hills can give you a great view of the vista, and in town, you’ll see glimpses of the history and cultures that have developed Sedona into its current form.
2. There’s so much to do.
From hiking to rock climbing, yoga to dance, spa getaways or vineyard retreats, Sedona has so much to do, you will never get bored. Festivals and special events occur all year long, even in the winter, thanks to the beautiful Arizona weather, and if you do want to explore beyond Sedona, it’s close enough to make a day trip to a number of other towns.
3. The food is delicious.
Cuisine in Sedona focuses on fresh and healthy ingredients. As a result, chefs have taken ingredients often dismissed by people and figured out how to make them into some of the most delicious dishes you’ll ever find. Plus, the Mexican and Native American influences in the area mean that there is plenty of spice and heat integrated in the recipes for an extra burst of flavor.
4. Sedona is inherently spiritual.
Sedona is one of the most spiritual places you’ll find, inherently and more so in the vortexes. People come seeking enlightenment, peace, and clarification, and find it in the peace and beauty in Sedona and the New Age practices embraced here. Doing yoga on a cliff overlooking the red rocks can just make life clearer, and breaking out of your comfort zone to do nature journaling.