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Tours in New Mexico starting from $2,465

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About New Mexico Tours

The state motto in New Mexico is “Crescit eundo” which translates as “It grows as it goes.”

In October of every year, Albuquerque hosts the world’s largest international hot air balloon fiesta.

The Rio Grande is the longest river in New Mexico.

The Palace of Governors in Santa Fe is the oldest Government in the United States.

The town of Deming is known for its annual duck races.

There are more sheep and cattle than people in New Mexico.

Why go on a New Mexico tour?

Rightly regarded as the “Land of Enchantment,” New Mexico offers a nice union of prehistoric attractions and natural amenities. Go to Santa Fe and see remnants of nearly four centuries of Spanish and Mexican rule. Explore the spectacular Sangre de Cristo Mountains, which is just outside of town and immerse yourself in even more history through memories of Indian bands, French explorers, and Spanish troops. Spend some time in the magical city of Albuquerque. Join their annual extravaganza of hot air ballooning and experience the beauty of being part of one of the world’s most photographed events. For a cultural and relaxing experience, drive through the South Valley. It is lined with dozens of bakeries, ice cream stores and little shops – perfect for travellers craving for an authentic Mexican experience. During your New Mexico tour, also make sure to visit the contrasting beauties of the Bandera Volcano and the Ice Cave. The trail to the Bandera Volcano winds around natural landmarks and offers a breathtaking view of inside the caldera and an elevated view of the rugged lava flow, while the Ice Cave – located in a section of collapsed lava tube - features the beautiful and natural ice formation that started over 3,000 years ago.

When is the best time to go?

New Mexico is a year-round destination, with skiing and snowboarding during winter and rafting, camping, and cycling in the spring and summer. Festivals also run throughout the year, such as the Whole Enchilada Festival, International Balloon Festival, and State Fair, so there is always something to look forward to during your New Mexico tour. Depending on the specific location, temperatures in the summer typically range between 27C to 32C. Winter in New Mexico averages between -3C and 12C.

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