Pink Adventure Tours Sedona’s Touch the Earth excursion is a truly unique tour experience. Touch the Earth is designed for those visitors to Sedona who want to explore the stories behind the energy vortices said to populate the beautiful landscapes of this Southwestern spirituality mecca. During this guided tour, you’ll learn all about the region’s history as a site of spiritual retreat for countless visitors from across the globe, get to see firsthand a number of the most popular attractions in the area, and have the chance to travel to a vortex site or two yourself. It’s a relaxing yet invigorating way to spend a few hours in the Sedona area.
Touch the Earth Tour Details
Like all of Pink Adventure’s tours that run from Sedona, this outing begins at Pink Jeep Plaza within the city limits of Sedona. You’ll hop in one of Pink Adventure Tours’ custom-designed pink Jeep Wranglers and head off in search of tranquility—and the most photogenic spots around town! As you travel along, your guide will explain to you the history around all the different legends involving Sedona’s role as one of the world’s foremost energy centers. You’ll personally stop at a couple different vortex sites—just how many you visit on your tour depends on how long you and your group want to meditate at and/or commune with each vortex. As you drive from site-to-site, you’ll also be able to see many of Sedona’s most famous landmarks, too. This tour is offered 9 times each day, with tours running regularly on-the-hour, every hour, between 7:00am and 3:00pm. It usually lasts around 2.5 hours, with tickets costing approximately $105 for adults and about $95 for children under the age of 12 years old.
Touch the Earth Tour Major Highlights
Sedona: Sedona is world-famous not just for its sweeping sandstone landscapes and majestic red-rock formations, but also for its location as one of the globe’s most prominent vortex sites. As you travel through town to the nearby vortices, you’ll be able to see Sedona’s stunning scenery while learning from your guide all about the history of this distinctive place’s role as a center of spirituality and well-being.
Mystic Vista: This red-rock butte is located just outside of Sedona. It is one of the area’s lesser-known landmarks, but once you experience it, you’ll be glad you did. It provides breathtaking views in all directions, making it the perfect spot for a unique photo opportunity. Many stories surround this place, including tales about how it has been the location for various sacred ceremonies for over 2,000 years now.
Airport Mesa: Airport Mesa is arguably the most famous vortex in all of the Sedona area. Here you’ll have the chance to learn more about what makes Sedona such a spiritual place for so many different people from all over the world, all while you enjoy outstanding views of Sedona.
Boynton Canyon/Cathedral Rock: Your Touch the Earth tour is not exclusively about vortex sites and energy lines. Along the way, you’ll also see many of the area’s most picturesque spots. You’ll want to make sure to have your camera ready when you see Cathedral Rock—one of Sedona’s most iconic attractions—and Boynton Canyon, famous for its ancient cliff dwelling ruins.
Is Touch the Earth the Tour for You?
If you’re interested in an off-roading-centric excursion, this is probably not the tour for you, as a significant portion of the Touch the Earth tour is spent on conventional paved roads in and around Sedona. You’ll have access to a number of spectacular views as part of this outing, but you won’t really get down and dirty like some of the other tour options available in the area. However, if your goal in seeking out a Sedona-area guided tour is to find something a bit more relaxing and serene, then this tour could be perfect for you. During this tour you’ll have plenty of time to soak in the amazing Southwestern scenery, all while learning more about the remarkable spirituality of one of the world’s foremost sites of vortex energy. It usually makes for a memorably tranquil time.