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evoJets Travel Guide to Sedona, Arizona

February 1, 2023Luxury Travel

Go off the grid and lose yourself in the desert oasis that is Sedona, Arizona. Hike through historic national parks by day, and immerse yourself in the local arts, culture, food and drink by night.

Where to Stay

Enjoy views of the red rock formations of Boynton Canyon from your patio at Enchantment Resort. Drop off the kids at Camp Coyote and treat yourself to an experience at their full service spa.

If you are in search of creekside lodging that doesn’t skimp on luxury, look no farther than L’Auberge de Sedona. Grab a bite and bottle of local wine at Cress on Oak Creek  before finishing your evening with their signature cigar experience.

Cool off in the infinity pools of Amara Resort and Spa after a day of hiking. Cancel the pet sitter and bring your dog to this pet-friendly spot.

Sedona’s TinyCamp is a glampers dream. With several luxury cabin options, you’ll experience the tranquility of the great outdoors from your private hot tub.

Where to Dine

Located in the heart of Sedona, the Elote Cafe is the perfect place to kick back after a day of exploring. Sit outside on their sprawling patio and indulge in Mexican fare with a Southwestern flair.

Known as the ‘Home of 101 Omelets’, the lengthy menu at Coffee Pot Restaurant is sure to satisfy any appetite.

Rub elbows with the locals and try your first rattlesnake sausage at the Cowboy Club.

For plant-based foodies, Mariposa Latin Inspired Grill has plenty of veggie-friendly options, served tapas style and intended for sharing.

Catch the brunch wave to Shorebird for everything from tacos to their raw bar.

Grab a table amongst the greenery at Hideaway House for a Mediterranean twist on the classics.

What to Do

Explore the trails at Red Rock State Park on foot, by bike, or on horseback. Look out for Mule Deer, Javelina, and Coyotes along the way. If you’d rather hitch a ride, Pink Jeep Tours has you covered.

Quiet your mind and recharge your spirit at the Amitabha Stupa and Peace Park. What began as a Buddhist refuge now serves Sedona’s locals and visitors alike.

For the history buff, head on over to the Sedona Heritage Museum and Chapel of the Holy Cross to learn more about the roots of this special community.

Check out the workshops and featured exhibits at the Sedona Arts Center while you’re in town. If you’re into the finer things in life, there’s Exposures International Gallery of Fine Art.

How to Get There

Sedona Airport (SEZ) is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Sedona. We recommend renting a car upon your arrival to get you from trail to trail.

Private Charter from Los Angeles (Van Nuys) to Sedona – starting at $10,100 for a Turboprop or $10,900 for a Light Jet

Private Charter from Seattle to Sedona – starting at $17,300 for a Light Jet

Private Charter from Chicago to Sedona – starting at $25,000 for a Light Jet

Private Charter from Austin to Sedona – starting at $17,600 for a Turboprop and $18,000 for a Light Jet

Private Charter from New York City (Teterboro) to Sedona – starting at $39,500 for a Light Jet

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