In our quest to have our guests discover more of the beauty our country has to offer, we are delighted to bring our guests to one of America's most divine, unique regions: Arizona. It is home to dozens of noteworthy roads, byways, and historic loops that make your window feel like a movie screen. No matter where you go, you're sure to spy sprawling expanses of nature and stunning panoramic views
Sedona is magical, healing, exotic, from its red rocks regions all the way to the Grand Canyon. It boasts luxe wine regions and spiritual energy vortex, while northern Arizona is sure to entice every type of traveler, from the hiker to the nature conservationist, from the spiritual one to the "glamping" kind, we have something for everyone.
The Grand Canyon is arguably America's most treasured national park. There is nowhere else in the world like it. We've designed a journey that pairs "glamping" with a wonder of the world. You'll be out among the stars, in a place that looks like it was designed for a festival; blending naturally into the horizon.
There are not many areas of the United States that offer the opportunity to walk through ancient landscapes. Breathtaking red stone monoliths, mountains and mesas. Invigorating streams, time-frozen historical sites... Sedona has it all. You can even heal your spiritual health through vortex sites, and a community of people that specialize in well being.
Today, you are greeted and privately transferred via a scenic drive to Sedona. After checking into your accommodation, enjoy the sites and sounds of the town. Our hosts will be delighted to provide valuable information for a memorable experience. Later tonight, we enjoy our welcome dinner at one of our favorite eateries in town.
Amara Resort, or upgrade to L'auberge de Sedona
After a full and lovely traditional breakfast, we make our way to the Verde Valley wine region, enjoying a scenic drive along the way. Our day is complete with some incredible sightseeing and of course, wine tasting at several of the local estates. After a vineyard lunch, we continue our exploration of the region's natural wonders before making our way back to Sedona for an evening at leisure.
Today after breakfast, we head out to explore more points of interest in the greater Sedona area such as Oak Creek Canyon, Cathedral Rock, Chapel of the Holy Cross, Bell Rock, Boyton Canyon and the Honanki Cliff Dwellings. Along the way, we'll take a lunch break, meeting up with locals. Tonight, we are taking out on the town for a fun dinner featuring local specialties.
After a healthy breakfast, we depart for the Southern Rim of the Grand Canyon. We will stop along the way to take in the picturesque landscape and for lunch. Later this afternoon, we are greeted at our camp for two days of absolutely incredible Glamping. The rest of the afternoon is at leisure, and you are encouraged to explore the area or ask our host to assist with the planning of activities. Dinner will be at leisure (included) at the camp.
Let's experience the Grand Canyon by land and air! We first explore the canyon along the South Rim. Our adventure this afternoon includes a lovely picnic followed by a scenic flight over the Southern Rim, the Colorado River and the Kaibab National Forest. The evening will be at leisure enjoying our last night of Glamping. A unique farewell dinner has been organized to celebrate 5 days of exceptional natural wonders in Arizona.
Today we depart for Flagstaff where guests will be catching a flight home..or will they?
We've only scratched the surface on the completely unique area of Northern Arizona. Let Art in Voyage create an extension for you to see more of the Grand Canyon, Red Rocks, National Park junctions of the western United States.
The boutique resort is hidden in the natural surroundings of Oak Creek below the bustle of town, and located only two blocks down the hill from Sedona’s happening uptown scene. The hip hotel’s two wings of guest rooms are perfectly positioned to frame views of the renowned red rocks that are said to emanate rejuvenating energy. Hiking trails, shopping and other adventures are only minutes away with the resort’s complimentary transportation service.
The stylistically modern hotel is a refined amalgam of laidback South West and urban chic. Designers have captured Sedona’s energy with touches like Native American baskets artfully installed on wood-paneled walls and rich textiles sporting hues of the surrounding red rocks. As you walk into the spacious lobby living room with vaulted ceilings, the view through the wall of windows in the back draws you outdoors. When you step outside onto an energizing patio gushing with water features and crackling fire pits, Sedona’s iconic 'Snoopy Rock' rises above you
Does falling asleep in luxurious linens in a king-sized bed with the quiet of a piñon and juniper forest and soft crackling of your wood stove sound dreamy? What about sipping gourmet coffee in the morning on your private deck? Welcome to your experience at Under Canvas’ Grand Canyon “glampground.” Near Valle, Ariz., south of Grand Canyon National Park, it’s the kind of place where non-campers find themselves completely enamored with tented living. From the moment you step into the West Elm-curated lobby tent, you realize luxury and the outdoors aren’t mutually exclusive. All our tents are equipped with a king-size bed, luxury linens, an in-tent flushing toilet and an in-tent private shower equipped with organic EO soap products.
Rates displayed are per person, based on double occupancy.
All listed retreats (hotels, villas and barges) are, at times, subject to changes. If replaced, similar or higher standards will be upheld.
A refundable deposit of $750 per person is due at the time of your reservation. In case of a cancelation at more than 60 days prior to departure, your deposit will be returned minus a $250 per person administrative fee.
Your final balance is due 60 days prior to departure, at which point your journey becomes non-refundable.
NEW! Find a replacement at least 30 days prior to departure and your journey will be fully refunded, minus a $250 per person administrative fee.