"Your staff is friendly, very knowledgeable and great personalities. The Western attire and the breathtaking scenery of Sedona's beautiful landscape added the perfect touch. I felt as if I went back in time and I was reminded of all the John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, and Anthony Quinn cowboy movies I saw in my childhood. I highly recommend the Red Rock Western Jeep Tours of gorgeous Sedona!!"

Mario
San Mateo, CA

 

"Our trip to Sedona was a great memory thanks to Red Rock Western Tours. Our guide was an endless reservoir of information about the area, rock formations, wildlife and plants, and Native-American lore."

Dan
Beverly Hills, MI

 



Join us on the road to AWE INSPIRING, breathtaking beauty of one of the Seven most amazing Natural Wonders of the World, “The Grand Canyon”. Your professional, ENTERTAINING Red Rock Western Hospitality Guide, knowledgeable in archaeology, geology, plant life, wildlife, native and local history, brings to life your expedition from beginning to end, assuring a memorable, exciting, educational and most importantly FUN experience.

Red Rock Western Grand Canyon Tours, Arizona’s “Original Cowboy Tour Company” offers our honored Guests scenic Grand Canyon Coach tours, group events and Jeep tours. Experience Old West Hospitality and Style in the comfort of our Custom Canyon TOUR Coaches equipped with a flat-screen DVD Player, PA System, comfortable seating and panoramic windows for your viewing pleasure.

All our Tours originate from the MAGNIFICIENT RED ROCKS of Sedona winding and ascending through colorful, magical Oak Creek Canyon, voted among the TOP TEN most scenic highways in America. We then continue to the Canyon while viewing along the way the LARGEST continuing stand of Ponderosa Pine forest in the world as well as the towering San Francisco Peak Mountains.

With four spectacular and uniquely different Tours to choose from you can select just the right experience for you. Take in the AWESOME BEAUTY and Splendid Grandeur of the Grand Canyon from a unique perspective and see with your Heart as well as your Eyes the BIG PICTURE of the Grand Journey you’ll be taking.

The Panoramas of the Grand Tour as the Ultimate Sightseeing Tour showcases STUNNING views from the South and East rims of the Canyon. Discover for yourself spectacular wilderness and SCENIC ATTRACTIONS some inaccessible by foot viewed in cooperation with your choice of Tour Partners; Grand Canyon IMAX or Papillon Helicopters. Experience the Grand sights and true Treasures of nature that have captured human imagination through all passages of time.

The Ancient Spirits of the Canyon Tour takes you through the MAJESTIC AND COLORFUL lands of the Painted Desert area with a leisurely stop at Wupatki Ruins as a starting point to your own Grand Connection to the Canyon. Explore and learn at these ancient ruins our shared history with these Pueblo People of times past, ORIGINAL SETTLERS of the Grand Canyon Region. Pass by Sunset Crater, the last volcanic eruption in Arizona on your way to the Grandeur of the Canyon itself.

The brilliant colors and majestic scenery of The Grand at Sunset will flood your Heart and fill your Soul with SPEECHLESS Beauty. Yavapai Point where we view our Stunning Sunset is one of the most expansive lookouts along the South Rim. From our lofty perch at Yavapai HIGH ABOVE the Colorado River we take in unique and glorious views and watch the light dancing and changing colors throughout the vastness of the Canyon. Experiencing together at one time these TWO DYNAMIC occurrences of Nature, the Canyon and Sunset, is the Hope Diamond of what we live and dream for in our lives.

Accompanied by your naturalist guide, experience for yourself The Grand Finale, (March 15 through November 15) of the Canyon’s Lifeblood, the Mighty Colorado River, Architect and Creator of the statuesque beauty and majesty of the Grand. Floating peacefully along fifteen miles of winding, smooth flowing water from Glen Canyon Dam to Lee’s Ferry, you’ll feel connected to the sky above looking upwards from your river vantage point through Glen Canyon’s 1400 foot red rock walls carved by the river over hundreds of MILLIONS of years.