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You’ll discover mountains, rivers, caverns, majestic blue skies by day and bright star-filled skies at night.
Largest hot air ballooning event in the world is more than just balloons. The festival includes food, fireworks, entertainment, shopping and much more. Held in October.
Located in Southern New Mexico, Las Cruces offers historic attractions, beautiful scenery, exciting history, culture & music, plus 350 days of sunshine a year.
450 acres of horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking in the Tesuque Valley. Close to the historic downtown Santa Fe Plaza, museums and art galleries.
Situated between Santa Fe & Albuquerque near the Sandia Mountains. Luxurious pueblo-style guestrooms showcase traditional designs.
Located next to the Rio Grande in Albuquerque, the 64-acre Zoo has been offering guests close encounters with exotic and native animals since 1927.
The famed Mother Road ran across the heart of New Mexico, where it had two drastically different paths in its history.
The Historic Taos Inn is made up of several adobe houses, which date from the 1800's and has been an Inn since 1936. Also home to Doc Martins's restaurant and the Adobe Bar.
Santa Fe (The City Different) is a world-renowned travel destination unparalleled in richness of history, heritage, arts, culture and cuisine.
Part art enclave, part earthy, part hippie, and all eclectic, Madrid offers a visitor a memorable experience. Shopping, dining or just strolling all take on a special attitude in Madrid. Located outside of Albuquerque.
The first state in the United States to dedicate funding explicitly for ecotourism—travel that is environmentally and culturally sustainable.
A spectacular Rocky Mountain Adventure Tour starting at the 10,600’ elevation summit of the Angel Fire ski mountain. The first and only zipline tour in New Mexico!
Preserves & interprets the natural and scientific heritage of New Mexico. Located in Albuquerque.
This byway is actually an area. History-laden Socorro offers insight into the full spectrum of cultures that have influenced modern day New Mexico.
Hoodoos are rock formations and maze like structures found throughout the Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness near Farmington.