We take you our in our vans and let you experience the people and landscapes of New Mexico. We know many of the best artists, best dealers of things like fine Indian pottery and we'll introduce you to real people who have wonderful stories to share.
We offer genuine experiences, where you walk and ride and enjoy and learn as you go. We appreciate our natural world and talk about the land and its issues.
Enjoy some beauty with us.
Above: Valles Caldera National Preserve.
Navajo ruin in Northwest New Mexico from 1400s.
Great Southwest Adventures
is Santa Fe's finest
regional tour company, serving individuals
and groups since 1997. We offer day tours from Santa Fe to Taos,
Bandelier National Monument, Pecos National Historic Park,
fascinating cultural and natural landscapes of
northern New Mexico, and the Four-Corners states in our fully insured stand-up vans.
All photos copyright Tom Ribe and Monique Schoustra.
The late, great Llano dog. Please consider adopting a dog in need when you visit New Mexico. Mixed breed dogs from New Mexico shelters are the finest dogs and will outlive and out think any pure bred dog!
Fall in New Mexico is an excellent time to visit Santa Fe and see the spectacular cottonwoods near Taos or the Aspens in the mountains. The red chile is bright red against adobe walls. Come visit in this wonderful time of year!
WHAT WE DO:
We offer custom day-tours, hiking, photography tours, and company events such as team building scavenger hunts. Ask about multi-day trips. No group is too small or too large.
Click on the "Our Tours" button on the left to view our tour offerings.
We provide our clients with a rich experience of the genuine qualities of landscape and cultures of New Mexico and the Great Southwest.
Great Southwest Adventures carries full commercial liability and vehicle insurance as required by New Mexico and federal law. We hold a permit for tours with the New Mexico PRC #52701. Your safety is our top priority.
Keywords: Santa Fe Tours, Bandelier Tours, Abiquiu Tours, Taos Tours, Indian Tours, Pueblo Indians, Southwest History, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Visit Santa Fe, Los Alamos, Tour guides Santa Fe, Bandelier National Monument, Taos Pueblo.
Inferno by Committee details the environmental history of northern New Mexico that led to the Cerro Grande Fire of 2000, one of the most expensive fires in US History. The book also discusses the history of public land agencies in northern New Mexico. Order the book through TomRibe.net or through your local bookstore. Trafford Press.
Note: The Bandelier Tour takes place in our van and on a paved trail. These ladders are totally optional for the adventuresome! Even if you don't climb Bandelier's ladders, you'll have a great time in a uniquely beautiful place.