Sedona is an extraordinary place of awe-inspiring natural beauty. It’s where dreamers come to dream, where artists come for inspiration, and soul seekers come for spiritual awakening. More than that, it can be your own special place to retreat when you buy or rent a Sedona timeshare.
Less than an hour’s drive from Flagstaff, Sedona is a beautiful town in the north-central region of Arizona, surrounded by pine forests and red rock buttes and high canyon walls. Noted for its magnificent red sandstone formations and vibrant arts and crafts community, Sedona is a place where people come to experience a measure of happiness unlike any other in the world.
Sedona’s Star Attractions
Sedona’s brilliant red rock landscape and stunning formations are its star attractions. People come from all over the world to see these fabulous natural landmarks that include Cathedral Rock, Bell Rock, Courthouse Rock, Coffee Pot Rock and Chimney Rock as well as the Chapel of the Holy Cross. You can explore all these landmarks as well as other popular sites like Thunder Mountain, Bear Mountain and Oak Creek Canyon by way of hiking trails, scenic drives, jeep tours or helicopter and hot air balloon tours.
Well-preserved Native American petroglyphs and ancient cliff dwellings are must-see sites in the nearby Coconino National Forest. Red Rock State Park is a great place for hiking, birdwatching, fishing, camping, horseback riding and mountain biking, while Slide Rock State Park offers a natural swimming pool and rock slide for an afternoon of family fun in the sun.
Sedona’s Spiritual Heritage
Early Native Americans regarded the area of Sedona as a sacred place. Today, some people believe that Sedona possesses vortexes, swirling hubs of magnetic energy that can promote inspiration, rejuvenation and healing. Many believe that these vortexes are experienced at several of Sedona’s sandstone landmarks such as Cathedral Rock. You can join up with a tour to visit these vortex areas or explore them on your own.
Things to Do in Sedona
Sedona itself is a charming town that is well-known for its vibrant arts community. You will find every kind of art gallery and boutique imaginable as well as spas and New Age shops selling natural healing products and treatments. You don’t want to miss a stroll down the cobbled streets of the Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village. This recreated Mexican villa, with its beautiful Spanish architecture, is where you will find a myriad of unique arts and crafts items ranging from paintings to jewelry, sculptures, weavings and more.
Nights in Sedona tend to be on the quiet side, which is one of the characteristics many people like about it. However, if you are looking for a lively night out on the town, Sedona does offer a variety of restaurants, saloons and bars where you can enjoy good food, live music and entertainment.
When to Visit Sedona
The best time to visit your Sedona timeshare is during spring or fall when the temperatures are mild and most comfortable. This is also the peak travel season for Sedona. Summers can be hot, while winters introduce cold nights and occasional snow. Knowing the peak travel seasons can help you choose your timeshare since this can affect the prices and availability at certain resorts.
Timeshares are a fantastic way to visit this spectacular part of the country, and the resale market is the best way to choose your vacation ownership accommodation. Timeshare resales are 50-60% cheaper on the secondary market because the resorts include sales and marketing costs and commissions in their resort retail prices. Those costs are stripped away on the resale market since buyers negotiate directly with existing owners, saving you money.
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