Some popular destinations in New Mexico include...
For more than 300 years, visitors have been drawn to the extraordinary diverse
cultures and incomparable scenery that makes Santa Fe unique. A city whose beautiful,
brown adobe architecture blends with the high desert landscape. In Santa
Fe you will find an abundance of art galleries, world-class restaurants,
museums and recreational activities to please every visitor.
Taos is a blend of several close-knit communities that,
together, provide visitors with a world of infinitely varied experiences. Visit
Taos Pueblo, an ancient living Indian village that has stood unchanged for centuries.
Or explore historic Taos Plaza and its side streets. Today, people come to the
area to buy everything from fine Southwestern art and traditional native crafts
to ceramics, leather goods, jewelry, and imports from all over the world.
Taos Ski Valley
Taos Ski Valley is known as the place
to spend time in the winter - skiing, snowshoeing and ice skating, but offers
ample year-round recreational opportunities. Come in the summer for hiking,
horseback riding, chairlift rides, bungee jumping and fishing.
Albuquerque offers a unique blend of multi-culturalism,
natural beauty, profound historic attractions, spectacular climate with four
distinct seasons, museums, galleries and shopping to create a distinct and unforgettable
visit for every kind of visitor.
Located 33 miles west of Santa Fe and 90 miles north of Albuquerque, the once
"Secret City" of Los Alamos still has about it a shroud of mystery.
Perched high on the side of the Jemez Mountains and laced with steep canyons,
Los Alamos is blessed with many spectacular overlooks.
The village of Ruidoso is nestled in the
Sacramento Mountains in the Lincoln National Forest. Ruidoso is a year-round
mountain vacation destination offering golf courses, skiing, mountain biking,
fishing, museums, horse racing, shopping, restaurants, hiking and more.
Bordered by the rugged Organ Mountains on the east and the legendary river known
as the Rio Grande on the west, Las Cruces, New
Mexico lies in the heart of the fertile Mesilla Valley. Las Cruces offers a
unique variety of attractions, performing arts venues, theatres, historical
sites and superb year-round weather.