logo ×

Top Tips for Travel To Sedona

HomeAbout SedonaTop Tips for Travel To Sedona

If you’re planning a trip out to Sedona, there’s a lot of options that are going to lay themselves out before you, and it’s always a good idea to have a plan for your vacation before you make it to your rental. With tons of different outdoor destinations for you to find, from scenic drives and day trips to hiking trails with one-of-a-kind views, there’s a little something for everyone. Here are a couple of Sedona travel tips for what to bring and where to go while you’re on vacation.

Always Pack for the Season

Sedona remains fairly temperate throughout the year, but in the more polarizing months of Summer and Winter, you’ll find that it can get a bit hot or cold, and it never hurts to be prepared for it. You likely won’t need a full winter jacket with multiple layers but having a second layer on hand during the Winter is definitely something you’ll thank yourself for later. If you’re planning on making a trip to one of the nearby ponds or streams, don’t forget your swimsuit if you’re planning on hopping in, either.

Make Reservations

Many of the restaurants in Sedona offer a wonderful fine dining experience, and the last thing you want to get in the way of your night out is being unable to get into any of the restaurants you were planning on stopping at. Some of these will outright require a reservation no matter what, but even when one doesn’t require it, you’ll thank yourself for booking the table in advance.

Plan Around Events

Sedona loves getting in the spirit for many of the yearly holidays, and while we can’t always move our vacation dates around to match with events, if you can manage it, you’ll be glad you did. Tlaquepaque in particular hosts all kinds of events and parties, and they post their schedules online, so if something calls out to you then try and line your trip up with it when you travel to Sedona.

Look Up Some Outdoor Locations

There are so many different trails you’ll be able to visit that it might seem daunting in the moment, so if you choose a few that appeal to you ahead of time you’ll have an easier time deciding where to go. This is especially helpful if you’re concerned with the difficulty of the trail because you don’t want to show up for an easy walk and find out there’s some rock climbing ahead of you.

Sedona Is Waiting

Whatever you decide to spend your time doing while you’re here, your vacation rental will always be there waiting for you at the end of the day. With rentals of all different sizes, you’ll be sure to find something you love when you book with I Love Sedona. Contact us now to get your vacation started.