Our Taos tour offers a vivid experience of the Southwest;
stunning scenery, rich artistic traditions, and Taos Pueblo; the oldest inhabited building in the United States.
You may see the dramatic Rio Grande Gorge, the heart of the Taos Art Colony, and other stops.
$125. per person
(Note: On occasion, Taos Pueblo closes unexpectedly and without notice. The Pueblo is but one stop on our Taos trip. We do not offer discounts or refunds for trips where the Pueblo is closed. We make every effort to find out in advance if the Pueblo is open.)
The Jemez Super Volcano
Just west of Santa Fe lies a huge slumbering volcano that created a stunning landscape after its last eruption a million years ago. Crowned by a vast caldera (crater) and beautiful mesas formed with sculpted ash that today hold beautiful ruins of early Pueblo culture and the legacy of the Manhattan Project at Los Alamos.
Join us for a day of exploring the Jemez Mountains with visits to:
- all managed by the National Park Service. We’ll explore an amazing spread of history and scenery, enjoy great food and enjoy one of the most significant and beautiful places in the American West.
$130. per person.
Chaco National Historic Park
This ancient site lies three hours from Santa Fe in the San Juan Basin. Chaco is a place for people with a deep interest in the Puebloan culture as these are the most significant early Puebloan ("Anasazi") ruins in the Southwest.
The long but beautiful drive to Chaco passes through stunning desert landscapes and brings us to this remote National Park Service area which is a World Heritage Site. We walk through the remains of beautifully crafted sandstone pueblos which were abandoned around the year 1300.
Due to the distance and staffing needs, this tour is offered for a minimum of 4 guests.
$200. per person including box lunch
Make Your Reservations
For all our tours please call as far in advance as you are able. We do tours once we have a minimum number of people to go that day. We can do private tours as well. Tours include transportation, guide, entrance fees, water and snacks.
We are fully permitted and insured for your protection.
Call our reservation line at (505) 455-2700 and speak with LaVonne.