In “The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart,” author Ilchi Lee writes,

“Whatever path bought you here

There is a reason why you came,

Though you may not know it now.

So, please open your ears and listen.

Listen to the message that Sedona has for you.” 

Sedona is a place unlike any other — some say it’s even a vortex for creativity and healing. 

Our founder, Holly Lyman, certainly felt Sedona’s unique city’s siren call. When she first visited, she immediately knew she’d found her new home. Within months, she had moved to Arizona and the Wild Tonic story began to unfold…

There are plenty of local retailers offering Wild Tonic in the area … But there’s also a ton of great stuff to do and see! Ready to visit? Here’s a list of our top 10 things to do in Sedona, Arizona!

1. Go Hiking! 

Sedona is known for its natural beauty. Hiking is the perfect way to enjoy it — but you’ll definitely work up a thirst, so be sure to pack some Wild Tonic for the journey!

We’ve got a variety of world-renowned hiking trails in and around the city, including Devil’s Bridge Trail, Cathedral Rock Trail, Soldier Pass Trail, and so many more. Check out a list of top-rated hikes here!

L’Auberge de Sedona

2. Head to L’Auberge de Sedona

Treat yourself! Not only is L’Auberge de Sedona a destination-worthy resort on Oak Creek Canyon … But it’s the only place you can get Wild Tonic’s exclusive Apple Prickly Pear Vanilla hard jun kombucha flavor. Made with wild prickly pears harvested from our ranch in Sedona, this unique flavor cannot be missed!

3. Try Steakhouse 89 

One of the best parts of traveling is sampling the local restaurants. Steakhouse 89 is a fantastic restaurant in Sedona — despite the name, they offer way more than just steak. Don’t miss their “Queen Bee” cocktail — it’s unlike anything else!

4. Check out Indian Gardens

Looking for a casual place to find great local fare? Don’t miss Indian Gardens — a great all-day dining spot where you can find Wild Tonic on the menu!

5. Visit Junipine Resort 

Care for a Jun Kombucha Mimosa? Junipine Resort’s restaurant features a beautiful one made with Wild Tonic jun kombucha and Rotari Talento Brut!

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6. Get on a Train

Ready for a scenic ride? The historic Verde Canyon Railroad offers breathtaking views of Arizona. Its origin point is in the old mining town of Clarkdale, which is about 30 minutes from Sedona. It’s an experience that truly can’t be missed! 

7. Stroll Around Uptown

For some local color, leave an afternoon free to stroll around Sedona’s Uptown neighborhood. This is the historic old town, and you’ll find all sorts of art galleries, boutiques, souvenirs, and eateries. 

8. Check out Sedona Water Works 

Sedona Water Works is an awesome organization — and they’re friends of Wild Tonic! They even create glassware using upcycled Wild Tonic products:

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9. Explore the Verde Valley Wineries

The Sedona area is a mecca for wine lovers — take a spin through the Verde Valley wine trail and you’re bound to find plenty of new wines to love and enjoy.

10. Stock Up on Wild Tonic! 

Wild Tonic is not open for tours quite yet, but since this is our hometown, it’s not hard to find Wild Tonic products in a variety of local retailers. 

Of course, if armchair travel is still your speed right now, you can stock up on Wild Tonic anywhere in the U.S. — our products are now available for nationwide delivery

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Have you been to Sedona? What was your favorite thing to do?

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