Pink Jeep Tours Sedona

Sedona, AZ

Where is it at?

Pink Jeep Tours Sedona
204 North State Route 89A

800 873-3662

Where are we going today?

Sedona is a MAGICAL place! The bright red rock formations are great to explore, and that big bright blue sky is so much fun to have adventures under - even jeep tours!

Pink Jeep Tours in Sedona are a fun and unique way to see this magical city. Hiking is popular, but you can only go so far as your legs will carry you. With Pink Jeep Tours - you just sit back, relax and enjoy the amazing view whiz past you as you explore parts of the city not seen by most!

There are a number of tours which you can pick from, which is great as that means you really find the right one for your family! Tours are great for those kids over 18 months, so it really can be a family affair!

The Diamondback Gold Tour is an exciting 4x4 off road excursion which takes you through the Sidewinder Trail and the Greasy Spoon - get that camera out because those incredible rock formations of Sedona will be right near you! You will drive past remnants of an old watering hole, with countless native animals and plants to be seen which call the area home. Certainly a bumpy ride! 

The Ancient Ruin Tour is a bit more relaxed, and great for those who love a bit of history. Step back in time through this archaeological excursion taking you through cliff dwellings from prehistoric cultures. 

Fancy a spot of horse-riding? Why not! The Wrangler Roundup is a combo of the jeep and horseback, where you can see some amazing rock formations before saddling up and getting a closer and more relaxed look at the stunning geology and wildlife. 

Don’t forget those hats - that Arizona sun is waiting for you to enjoy it! 

How much does it cost?

Adults: Tours from $49

Children: Tours from $36.75 (Under 12 years)


Need a little extra help?

If you have mobility restrictions, just give them a call before booking to see how they can help.


When can we go?

Tours depart every hour, on the hour beginning at 7am. The last tour returns just after sunset.

All year round.


Any top tips?

Make sure you wear suitable clothing and footwear. Depending on the time of year, layering is good!

I’m Hungry!

You can't unfortunately bring food or glass onto the jeep. If you have smaller kids, you can bring a snack for the longer tours as long as you keep all your trash contained. - Fun things to do with kids and best places to visit in the US
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