The lazy bends of the Rio Grande. Pueblos that have stood for a thousand years. Flowers of the high desert. The paintings of Georgia O'Keeffe. The spices of a northern New Mexican meal. And some of the most spectacular sunsets you've ever seen. Each day you spend in Santa Fe and Taos will inspire you.
1-2 Explore historic Santa Fe, learning about its rich multicultural influences and noteworthy architecture, including the Santa Fe Plaza and San Miguel Mission, reputedly the oldest church in the United States | Hike among aspens in the mountains surrounding Santa Fe | Enjoy a cooking class in the evening | Walk an ancient route to cliff dwellings in Bandelier National Monument | It's easy to imagine an Ancestral Pueblo community thriving amid the sculpted volcanic tuff of Frijoles Canyon.
3-4 Visit historic Chimayó, founded in 1680 and home to the revered adobe Santuario de Chimayó, a National Historic Landmark, where modern-day pilgrims flock to be healed | Hike in the surrounding Sangre de Cristo Mountains, a sub-range of the Rockies | In Taos, browse shops and galleries featuring the works of talented local artists | The 1,000-year-old Taos Pueblo, a marvel of American Indian architecture, welcomes you.
5-6 Visit Georgia O'Keeffe country to hike amid slot canyons and conical rock formations created millions of years ago | Unwind at our stunning hotel, where you can enjoy a morning stroll on the property or relax at the well-known spa.