Sedona makes 10 Most Sacred Spots List

Budget Travel recently named Sedona, Arizona as one of the most cherished and revered destinations in the world on their “10 Most Sacred Spots on Earth” list.

“Sedona, Arizona has long drawn people interested in healing, spirituality, mysticism, and metaphysics, who come for more than just the dramatic, red-rock beauty. The area is famous for its vortexes, powerful centers of kinetic energy that can have a deep effect on those who visit them,” acoording to Budget Travel.

Sedona’s world-wide reputation as a spiritual mecca and global power spot has drawn some of our planet’s most amazing healers, intuitives, artists and spiritual guides. Mother Nature’s red-rock temples treat locals and visitors alike to life-transforming and soul-nourishing experiences. Sedona is a perfect place for spiritual and personal enrichment of the body and the soul.

“It’s truly amazing that the most beautiful place on earth is also known for what you can’t see,” says Jennifer Wesselhoff, President/CEO of the Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau.

“The energy of Sedona fills most visitors with a feeling of great serenity, peace and love. There is something special in Sedona, and you feel it the moment you arrive.”

“These places have been inspiring more than just vacation ideas for centuries. Long revered for their gorgeous scenery and spiritual power, below are the 10 Most Sacred Spots on Earth:

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Australia
Cenote Sagrado, Mexico
Mahabodhi Tree, Bodh Gaya, India
Mount Kailas, Tibet
Mount Sinai, Egypt
Glastonbury Tor, England
Crater Lake, Oregon
Mount Parnassus, Greece
Lake Atitlán, Guatemala
Vortexes; Sedona, Arizona


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