Virtual Reality Allows Viewers To Speed Down Sedona Slickrock, Skydive Over Grand Canyon
Feb 15, 2017
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Visit the amazing Red Rocks of Sedona including the Chapel of the Holy Cross! There is time for shopping in Uptown Sedona. Here, you will find yourself surrounded by such famous rock formations as Bell Rock and Cathedral Rock and you will experience the serene beauty of Oak Creek Canyon. Visit the Chapel of the Holy Cross. The picture-taking opportunities here will be among the best in the world. Uptown Sedona is a shopper’s delight. Discover intriguing art galleries, boutiques and a variety of restaurants. Next, we set our course south of Sedona. Visit the pastoral setting of Page Springs, as Oak Creek winds its way through the area. The afternoon will feature stops at some of the wineries in Page Springs. Yes, Arizona does have its own wine country! Page Springs Cellars & Vineyard is a family-owned winery overlooking beautiful Oak Creek Canyon. Their experienced staff can suggest five tasting flights to delight your palate. You can take a walk for some incredible pictures. Javelina Leap Vineyard & Winery, a 10-acre estate vineyard with a fully equipped winery and tasting room. Learn about excellent handcrafted wines that are made one ton at a time with extreme care and attention to the smallest of details. Enjoy four tasting flights here. Feel free to take a walk among the grapevines! Oak Creek Vineyard & Winery serves a fantastic array of Arizona wines since 2002.Taste a wonderful selection of wines while relaxing in the newly renovated tasting room. Experience five tasting flights. After a wonderful day of spectacular scenery and delicious wines, return back to your hotel. This tour departs on Wednesdays 8:00 to 9:00 A.M. and returns approximately 4:30 to 5:30 P.M.
$62.25 - $124.5
3213 E Rosemonte Dr
Phoenix, AZ 85050
Not valid with any other discounts or offers. Must have valid ID to taste and purchase wines. Children will not be able to have any alcoholic beverages.
Jun 20, 2017 - Sep 18, 2017