All Inclusive* Sedona Adventure!
This Sedona Adventure includes ALL of the following in your ticket:
5 Night Hotel Stay at the Sedona Hilton Bell Rock
Breakfast each full day at the Hilton
12/12 Welcome Party at the Hilton with Heavy hors d'oeuvres
Picnic lunch at The Grand Canyon
Beam Me Up Ball Dinner Party on last night at the Hilton (12/15/22)
Group Tour of the Sedona Vortices
Group Tour of The Grand Canyon
Workshops featuring StarSeeds Abby Lynn, Laura Van Tyne, Barry Littleton, Matthew Mournian, and Shevann Hill
*TICKETS START AT $999.00 for triple occupancy and include all of the above
Parties Only Pass for $222!
PRICES WILL GO UP ON 10/15 AND 11/15 - SO DON'T DELAY!
Sedona Hilton at Bell Rock
Our Oasis in the Desert
A magical location, stunning landscape, and a rich history: Sedona Hilton at Bell Rock is your ideal home for adventure in Red Rock Country.
With a recent multi-million dollar renovation, the Hilton features:
221 modern rooms and suites all with fireplace and kitchenette
Sedona Athletic Club & Eforea Spa and Retail Shop
Outdoor Warrior Pit Fitness Facility
Three meal restaurant, lounge and poolside grill
Championship Gary Panks designed golf course
Pink Adventure Group for jeep and recreational activity planning
2 pools: Cascades Pool and the spa lap pool and 2 hot tubs
Mountain Bike Repair and Cleaning Station
Self serve laundry facility
Check-in: 4pm; check-out: 11am
Connect in the Vortex
Join us as we tour Sedona's famed energy vortices! Experience for yourself the spiraling energy sweeping and swirling through your body as we visit these magical areas of Sedona. These vortices are located along ley line intersections traversing the land, and are believed to be conducive to healing, meditation and self-exploration. In Sedona, Earth seems especially alive with energy. Feel inspired, uplifted, and recharged!
Behold the Grand Canyon
You KNOW this has been on your bucket list for a very long time. It's time to stop making excuses - and finally scratch this one off your list in GRAND style! Make memories to last a lifetime, with new friends you've probably known for many lifetimes!
Explore Sedona with Friends
On Tuesday, December 13th, we will start our day with our StarSeed Speakers for a morning of workshops. In the afternoon, attendees may explore Sedona on their own, or, book private sessions with the Speakers (bookings in-person after you arrive). Below are just a few examples of all that Sedona has to offer; as well - you can click here --> https://fullsuitcase.com/sedona-best-things-to-do/
Tour Montezuma Castle, and discover this historic five-story Native American dwelling carved out of an ancient limestone cliff with twenty rooms. Montezuma Castle National Monument, considered one of Arizona’s best-preserved cliff dwellings, was built by a group connected to the Hohokam people of Southern Arizona.
Explore the museum and wander the trails through a picturesque sycamore grove at the base of towering limestone cliffs. Afterwards you are able to have lunch in our picnic area along the shore of Beaver Creek.
Click here to learn more: https://www.nps.gov/moca/index.htm
Sedona Vineyards and Wine Tasting
Discover the history and passion behind every bottle with the best wine tours in Sedona. With some of the most beautiful vineyard landscapes, and gourmet food prepared by the Vineyards for the perfect pairing experience, wine tastings and tours are a fantastic (and fun!) experience for all.
Chapel of the Holy Cross
Rated #1 of the Top 10 Sedona Attractions by USA Today, The Chapel of the Holy Cross, sits high atop the red rocks in Sedona. It was commissioned by local rancher and sculptor Marguerite Brunswig Staude in 1932 after she was inspired by the Empire State Building.
Staude initially attempted to do this in Budapest, Hungary with the help of Lloyd Wright, son of architect Frank Lloyd Wright. However, the break out of WWII shifted her plans to instead, build the Chapel at home in Sedona. The chapel is built on Coconino National Forest land, and was completed in 1956 at a cost of $300,000. Chapel of The Holy Cross
Tlaquepaque Artisan Village
Your unforgettable Sedona experience must include a visit to famed Tlaquepaque (T-la-keh-pah-keh), Sedona Arizona's Arts & Crafts Village! Nestled beneath the shade of the sycamores on the banks of beautiful Oak Creek, Tlaquepaque (meaning the "best of everything,") has been a Sedona landmark since the 1970's. Its vine-covered stucco walls, cobble-stoned walkways and magnificent arched entryways offer a shopping experience like no other. Explore the colorful galleries and unique artisan shops living in harmony with Tlaquepaque's lush natural environment. Click Here to learn more about Tlaquepaque Village
"As we are ascending, our spiritual toolbox also needs to ascend. There is so much happening on this planet, so much chaos. How do we reduce the noise and attain spiritual freedom? How do we break from the matrix and gain our true soul sovereignty? What are the tools we can use to help protect us, our loved ones and the planet? This is about true soul sovereignty and free will. It’s time we level up our spiritual toolbox!"
~ Laura Van Tyne (Featured Below)