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Sedona, Arizona Travel Information

People come from all over the world to see the awesome beauty of Sedona's red rock canyons, to find a spiritual boost from Sedona's four vortices of earth energies, and to collect or browse through an incredible collection of fine arts from around the Southwest. Sedona offers jeep, balloon, helicopter, and airplane tours for viewing the surrounding countryside and learning about the area's history, geology, flora, fauna, and Native American culture.
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Things to Do and See in Sedona
Sedona, Arizona is a magical place. There is so much to see and do in Sedona. Whether you come to experience the spiritual side of Sedona and visit the Vortex sites. Or if you come to relax at a resort and shop at the galleries and boutiques. Or if you want to find some great hiking sites, you will not be disappointed by Sedona.

Sedona Arizona Vortexes - What is a Vortex?
In Sedona vortexes are created, not by wind or water, but from spiraling spiritual energy. The vortexes of Sedona are named because they are believed to be spiritual locations where the energy is right to facilitate prayer, mediation and healing.

City of Sedona Official Website
The Sedona city website has some great photos and links to events. I find the local history section fascinating.

Evening Sky Tours - Sedona's Desert Sky
Sedona Sky Tours provide an entertaining evening of astronomy under the canopy of Sedona's brilliant night sky.

Is This a Photograph of a Sedona Vortex? Vortex Energy Field Photos
This traveler came upon a vortex in Sedona or did she? This rainbow effect had never appeared in her photos anywhere else. She wonders if this is a vortex energy field.

Javelinas on Parade - Another Sight to See in Artistic Sedona, Arizona
Parading artistic Javelinas provide fun for all ages and a great fund-raiser for Sedona, Arizona. Javelinas on Parade is a city-wide public art project for the benefit of the art community and Sedona’s resident artists

Oak Creek Country Club Golf Course - Sedona
The Oak Creek Country Club Golf Course was designed more for enjoyment than actual challenge. To this end, golfers feel good when they leave the 18th green rather than defeated and frustrated.

Photo Tour of the Sedona, Arizona Back Country
There are places in Sedona Arizona you can only find on foot. Follow our step by step photo tour as we discover ancient ruins and pictographs in Sedona's Red Rock Country.

Sedona Historical Society and Heritage Museum
The Museum is focused on the lifestyles and works of the people who pioneered this community, from 1876 to the present. See how the pioneers lived.

Sedona Visitor's Bureau
The Visitor's Bureau touts Sedona as one of America's top 10 places to visit. Some people visit Sedona for the breathtaking beauty that fills the senses and feeds the soul. Some visit Sedona to shop in the delightfully eclectic shops and galleries. Many others visit Sedona to savor the flavors and scents of the restaurants, to be pampered in a world-class resort.

Sedona Web Cam - Live Views of Sedona, Arizona
Live views of Sedona, Arizona. Check out the weather before you go. Enjoy the beauty.

Tlaquepaque Arts and Shopping Village - Sedona, Arizona
The Tlaquepaque Arts and Shopping Village in Sedona, Arizona is a very picturesque collection of shops, restaurants and galleries. Wander from courtyard to courtyard and enjoy the south of the border ambiance.

Understanding the Sedona Vortexes
How to classify Sedona Vortexes and use them for spritual exploration. It’s not easy to figure out what the Sedona Vortexes are all about. Some say the vortex is a result of intersecting Ley Lines, some say vortexes are formed by magnetic energy and yet others point out that the energy flow of vortexes exists on a dimension deeper than electricity or magnetism

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