Q. What times do the tours go?
7 days a week
Every half hour throughout the day, pending availability
Sunrise through sunset
Wildlife Safari departures: one-hour prior to sunrise
Q.What charges or discounts do you have?
Tour fees are as listed (see Tours), plus 9.525% sales tax.
Children 12 and under are 25% off the adult fare.
There is a 50% cancellation fee for tours cancelled with less than 24-hour notice.
Q.Where do I go to get on the Jeep?
Arizona Safari Jeep Tours is the only tour company who will pick you up at any Sedona hotel for any tour, pending
If you plan to be in town for lunch or shopping, it is convenient to come to our Uptown office at 335 Jordan Road.
Q.Are there any age limits?
We do not recommend Jeep tours for children under 1 year of age.
Child seats are required for children under 5 years of age.
We have toured with guests up to 92 years old.
Q.Are there any physical limitations?
Generally, guests must only be able to sit upright with a seatbelt on, while traversing bumpy terrain.
Step stools and assistance are available by request.
Rugged 4x4 tours are not recommended for persons with neck or back problems or pregnant women.
Q.What will the weather be like?
Sedona weather can vary by 25 degrees F in a single day. 300 days of sunshine per year average.
In winter, expect highs of 55 degrees F, and lows of 30 degrees F.
In summer, expect highs of 95 degrees F, and lows of 65 degrees F.
Q.What happens if it rains?
* It has to rain for a considerable time before the trails are closed.
* In most cases, Sedona rain storms are short-lived.
* We carry rain ponchos on our Jeeps in the event of rain.
* If Safari must cancel a tour due to rain, you will not be charged.
Q.What should I wear?
Wear comfortable outdoor clothing appropriate for the season. Layers are advisable.
Prepare for at least a 15 degree F temperature variation for any outdoor excursion.
Hiking boots are recommended, but sneakers are acceptable.
NO high heels.
SPF 15 to 30 sunscreen is advisable.
The trails can be very dusty, so we recommend wearing glasses instead of contacts.
Q.What should I bring?
Bottled water is provided. Non-alcoholic beverages in sealable plastic containers are welcome.
Camera with extra film.
Q.What should I NOT bring?
Anything valuable that you cannot easily carry on your person.
Pets, unless arrangements are made for a private tour, and the pet can be secured.
Q.How should I prepare for the tour?
Drink plenty of water. At our higher altitude and drier climate, dehydration happens quickly.
Visit the restroom immediately prior to the tour, as there are no facilities available on most of our Jeep tours.
Carry any necessary medications that you may require within a half-day's time.