5 Great Romantic Date Ideas in Sedona

by: Editor on 12/31/2013

Whether you are here in Sedona for your honeymoon or just a romantic getaway, there are plenty of options for special date nights that will always be remembered when staying at the BEST WESTERN Arroyo Roble Hotel & Creekside Villa.

Hot Air Balloon Tour: There is nothing more romantic than trying something brand new together for the first time, and a hot air balloon ride not only gives you a spectacular experience, but a superb view of the beautiful red rocks of Sedona. With a slower pace than planes and helicopters, a balloon ride provides the perfect atmosphere for conversation and thrills.

Trail Horse Adventure Tours: Guided horseback tours are a wonderful choice for a casual romantic date.  If you’re not an experienced horse-person, you won’t have to worry about making a bad impression on the horse. These are experienced trail horses, and the guide is there to make sure nothing goes wrong. So you can relax and enjoy the spectacular landscape up close from the back of a horse, and make a special memory for your scrapbook.

Vortex Tours: The incredible energy that surrounds Sedona is something that can’t be missed.  With special vortex tours available, you can choose what you want for your tour, whether it is native teachings, medicine wheel ceremonies guided meditations or nature walks with dyades. For an unusual date that makes for great conversation afterwards, this is an excellent choice for couples to learn more about each other and themselves.

4WD Jeep Adventure Tours: For a different type of date that provides both adventure and a touch of romance, take one of the jeep and hummer off-road tours in Sedona.  You can experience the beauty of the red rocks up close and take great pictures to remember your special date. Afterwards, enjoy a special meal at the Heartline Cafe, an excellent choice with a romantic ambiance.

Verde Canyon Railway Tour: For a special date that provides a bit of romance and nostalgia, take a ride on the railway to visit Sinagua Indian dwellings, the S.O.B. trestle and a riparian sanctuary with glimpses of wildlife.

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