Indulge your tastebuds while visiting Sedona, AZ, well within the knowledge that all the outdoor pursuits are the perfect way to burn off those extra calories.
Red Rock Country, the magnificent fiery land of desert and rock formations that surrounds Sedona in Arizona, is generally considered the main draw for visitors to the area. But despite its small size, the city is fast becoming known as a great place for cultural events, live music and good dining options. And if you’re looking for a great counterpoint to a day of outdoor activities, a decadent chocolate tour might just be the perfect solution. Here are three delicious Sedona chocolate tour options.
Sedona and Raw Chocolate Charade
Despite its diminutive size, Sedona has three sites where raw chocolate is made. This is often considered to be a higher form of chocolate, where the making process is designed to retain many of the health benefits of the cacao beans while still reaching that luxury level of taste. This private, Sedona-based tour stops at one chocolate shop and includes three chocolate tastings there. You will also explore the best natural wonders in this region, which famed for being filled with so many of them. From $153 per person.
Sedona Raw Chocolate Expedition
For a little extra you can get so much more chocolate. This five-hour private tour visits two of the chocolatiers in Sedona, allowing you to sample eight chocolates of your choice. The additional time is ideal for you and your guide to head into the stunning landscape of Red Rock Country to experience the vortex sites, rock formations and vistas for which this area is revered; a great combination of experiences for your time in the city. From $225 per person.
Scenic Sedona, Native American Ruins and Raw Chocolate Tour
The final tour option is a chocolate tour of Sedona to end all chocolate tours. Visit all three chocolatiers, sample 11 chocolates, and visit all of the major sights in the surrounding countryside over seven hours. As it is a private tour, you can set your own sightseeing itinerary, with highlights such as Native American ruins and the Chapel of the Holy Cross. As with all tours on this list, this is a vehicle-based and guide-led tour. A minimum of two people is required for the tour to run. From $317 per person.