New Mexico Travel

  • New Mexico Lodging Basics
    Your New Mexico experience can be as varied as your imagination. The scenery can go from verdant alpine meadows filled with wildflowers to stretches of desert with nothing but cactus and roadrunners.....
  • Albuquerque
    Albuquerque, New Mexico is the biggest city in the state. Yet considering its population is only 450,000, and a mountain hike is only 15 minutes away from the center of town, Albuquerque is never too....
  • About Albuquerque New Mexico
    Albuquerque, New Mexico is a unique blend of historic museums and spirited Tex-Mex culture. A Spanish settlement on the banks of the Rio Grande, Albuquerque still has the remnants of its quaint old to....
  • Taos
    Taos gets its name from the Indian pueblo that has been continuously occupied for centuries. A Spanish town, Don Fernando de Taos, is now a modern artistic community. The outlying Rancho de Taos was ....
  • Taos Lodging
    Visiting Taos, New Mexico is like stepping back into the past. The timelessness and peace of the Indian pueblo bring you into another, stress-free age. Surrounded by the towering peaks of the Sangre....
  • Taos New Mexico Uncovered
    If Taos, New Mexico is your destination, you may be surprised to find the range of activities available in the area. You've heard about the world-class skiing and art galleries. Here are some things y....
  • The New Mexico Guide
    What do you think about when you think of New Mexico? How about stunning rock formations under a searing blue sky? How about quaint villages of adobe houses adorned with bright flowers?You wouldn't ....
  • Santa Fe Opera
    On your next visit to New Mexico, be sure to make time for the Santa Fe Opera. A world-class opera company begun in 1957 by John Crosby, the Santa Fe Opera prides itself on presenting new works as we....
  • Santa Fe
    Santa Fe was originally the site of large Pueblo Indian villages that were abandoned before the Spanish took up residence in 1607. Santa Fe became the territorial capital of the new Spanish colony. T....
  • Georgia Okeefe
    Georgia O'Keeffe's work has become synonymous with the New Mexico that she painted - and loved. Georgia O'Keeffe first saw Taos, New Mexico in 1929, when she stayed at Mable Dodge Luhan's ranch. She ....