While most people make their journey to Sedona in the winter, travel in the summer can save hundreds in accommodations not to mention the unique experiences and the less crowded sites and attractions. While daytime temperatures may swell in summer, there are plenty of ways to enjoy your time here without having to worry about the heat. Come with us as we review Sedona on a budget.
A popular year round destination, while the temperatures soar in summer, the number of visitors predictably drops, lowering costs on all aspects of travel in Sedona to unbelievably affordable prices. That being said, choosing when and where to travel during these times of the year may take a bit more planning. Take a look at the tips and information and the must see destinations you won’t want to miss in Sedona is summer.
The weather is a blessing and a curse in summer. Keeping the throngs at bay, it can be a bit hot outside to explore especially during the early afternoon when the temperatures are soaring. While hot can be truly hot, average temps are not bad in the mid 90’s with a dry heat. Keep your water handy and wear the right clothes and eye protection and you can still have a great time.
To avoid them, choose to visit during the peak months of summer which are generally July throughout August.
Where to Eat
Sedona is famous for its food. From fresh ingredients to unique creations, foodies flock to Sedona to try the local cuisine each year. So where do you go? For the romantic, check out the Cucina Rustica. Considered one of the best luxury establishments in the city, it offers stunning view and even more stunning food. Rene at Tlaquepaque is another must eat destination. Considered one of the best in the city, it is famous for its Rock Mountain Rainbow Trout and more. Heartline is a must visit any time of the day. Offering all kinds of food, the casual diner offers gourmet takeout as well.
What to See in the Morning
Before the heat of the day is the ideal time to get out and explore nature. From Red Rock State Park to Cathedral rock this area is filled with amazing hiking and biking trails and stunning vistas of the surrounding area. To enjoy the beauty and the history of the region, get out one day and explore the Palatki Heritage Site. Famous for its 12th and 13th century rock art, this area was once home to the Hopi Tribe. Cave dwellings and art can be found throughout the area.
What to do During the Day
After the day heats up, head indoors and enjoy the many museums, wineries, arts and crafts areas and state parks with water which are found throughout the area.
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