New Mexico called the Land of Enchantment and we think we know why. It has stunning desert landscapes, breathtaking mountains, great cuisine and a spectacular river - the Rio Grande. It has a mix of European American, Native American, and Mexican heritage, the state is a unique and colorful place to visit. We've picked a sample of the some of the best that it has to offer in hiking, exploring and adventure. We'll go hiking, rafting and kayaking and have time to browse Santa Fe's galleries and museums. We will also explore the area's cultural history with a visit to Taos Pueblo, explore Bandelier National Monument, and Chaco Canyon National Monument. Group size: 12
What's not included: travel to and from Albuquerque, 1 dinner specified in the itinerary, guide gratuities, alcoholic beverages and travel insurance.
This trip is suitable for any active woman who wants a vacation that mixes being active in the outdoors with historical and cultural exploration. A basic level of fitness is needed. A rating of 2 is suitable for any woman who regularly walks at a brisk pace 3 to 4 days a week for 35 - 45 minutes. Rating: 1  3 4 5.
New Mexico has long been known for its fascinating history, stunning natural beauty, vibrant arts and culture, and great cuisine. On this trip, we've picked a sample of the best that it has to offer for seven days of fun and adventure. We will explore the trip on foot, from a raft, and in a kayak. We will visit the Taos Pueblo, Bandelier National Monument and the amazing Chaco Canyon Historical National Park. There is an option to soothe your muscles at Ten Thousand Waves Japanese Spa.
At the beginning and end the trip we will stay at the Rio Grande Inn, an Albuquerque hotel within walking distance to Historic Old Town and a short shuttle from the airport. As we travel north and west visiting the different areas we will stay in standard hotels with 2-beds and a full bath. There are few choices in Cuba and we will be staying in the best it has to offer. As we move onto Santa Fe we will stay at the lovely Inn on the Alameda. This centrally located, locally-owned small hotel is known for its gracious staff, bountiful breakfast, and beautiful architecture. We'll spend the last night in Albuquerque back at the Rio Grande Inn.
Below is the proposed itinerary for the trip. As is true on any adventure travel trip, plans for any specific day may be modified due to weather considerations, unforeseen circumstances, new opportunities, and group interests.
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