Ancient Ruins Jeep Tour

Arizona’s indigenous history tells a fascinating tale during our Ancient Ruins Tour. This unique guided Sedona archeological Jeep adventure is an up-close look at a time when the Sinagua people called this area home, dating back to the 12th century.  The mystery of the Sinagua people will surround you as you visit primitive ruins where they lived and worked from 600 AD until the 1400s. Little is known about the customs of the Sinagua, but pictographs and petroglyphs offer a glimpse into their ancient lifestyle.  This is probably one of the best Sedona Jeep tours for the curious mind.

During your visit, you’ll see the 700-year-old cliff dwellings were used for living spaces, community gatherings and burial grounds. Learn how they farmed and hunted, their complicated trading system—and how the society mysteriously vanished. The quandary of the Sinagua has yet to be solved.

Duration:  Approximately 3 hours

Departs:  Downtown Sedona; 7am-4pm at the top of every hour.

Includes:  Water (guests need to bring their own bottle)

Cost:  $99/adult; $89/child (2-12)

Season:  Sedona Jeep tours are available year round.

Skill level:  N/A

Notes:  RESERVATIONS REQUIRED.  Fuel surcharge may apply.  Guests must not be pregnant.  Minimum age 2 years old unless otherwise specified.  Children 2 to 5 years old must sit in a car seat provided by the guests.  Please let us know at booking if anyone in your party is taller than 6'3" or weighs more than 240 lbs.  Sunscreen and hats are recommended.  Don't forget your camera!

Cancelation Policy:  All half and full day tours have a 72-hour cancelation policy.  If your plans change for any reason, please be sure to call at least 72 hours prior to the day of your tour to avoid charges.

Ancient Ruins Jeep Tour

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