The Best Travel Guide to Sedona, Arizona
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Lowell Observatory

Founded in 1894 by Percival Lowell, the Lowell Observatory serves as a research institution for myriads of astronomers who have lead to the discoveries of Pluto, evidence of the universe’s expansion, insight into the properties of stars, and far more. The Steele Visitor Center allows for laypeople and science buffs alike to enjoy telescope viewing, multimedia shows, and exhibits. The completion of the 4.3-meter Discovery Channel Telescope in 2012 has paved the way for future discoveries and scientific excitement!
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Sedona Fly Fishing Adventures

Take yourself to the relaxation of fishing Sedona’s waters after a day of hiking or exploring! Sedona Fly Fishing Adventures is the sole locally owned and licensed Fly Fishing Guide Service by the National Forest Service and Arizona Fish and Game, ensuring that all customers receive top-shelf guides and adventure. The Oak Creek Canyon, Verde Valley, Lee’s Ferry, in Chevelon Creek, and Silver Creek are the areas from which to choose your fly fishing experience.
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Crystal in Sedona - Private Organic Spa

Immediately setting the tone for the ultimate relaxation experience, Crystal’s website states that “in order to maintain a private, peaceful environment, Crystal does not give out her address or directions until a reservation is confirmed.” This is comforting for guests who wish to escape the modern world for a few hours and transcend into the tranquilities of spa treatment. Crystal believes in focusing on spiritualism and organic treatments, with healing traditions that center around holistic care.
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