Explore the three-part heritage of The Land of Enchantment
The Turquoise State blends the cultures of the Native Americans, Spanish and Anglos into a culturally rich, centuries old mixture of history, architecture and cuisine found only in the American Southwest.
Each season brings its own delights –
- Fall is when the aspen trees blanket the hillsides with a golden glaze that dazzles the eye.
- Summertime trips enable you to attend the world class Santa Fe Opera.
- Winter offers the world of snow dusted landscapes, luminaries lining the adobe walls, and the fragrance of piñon scenting the air.
- Spring puts on her show of reawakening hillsides, wildflowers running rampant, and dry, crispy warm days.
- And every season there are sunny days and that crystal clear, dazzling blue sky!
The three main destination regions for travelers are the largest city Albuquerque, the capital city Santa Fe (one of the nation’s most significant art and cultural centers), and Taos, the Northern New Mexico art colony.
Group leaders decide what aspects of the tri-partite New Mexico culture and history they wish to emphasize, or perhaps a mixture of all three.
Our group tours offer the attractive appeal of special access to places, people and events that independent travelers could not achieve.
Santa Fe Trail Tour
For another look at New Mexico, specifically the northeast quadrant, we invite you to review the Santa Fe Trail Tour that begins in Missouri and ends in New Mexico, passing through Raton Pass, Fort Union and Las Vegas, culminating in Santa Fe.