Fascinating New Mexico
There is a reason why New Mexico is called "The Land Of Enchantment."
The Los Angeles Times recently named New Mexico the top place to visit in 2012! Several reasons to visit include the following: The state's 100th birthday, adobe architecture, Santa Fe's art galleries, world class accommodations, dining and shopping.
Visitors love New Mexico because of:
- Four seasons
- 300 sunny days per year!
- Incredible blue sky and some of the best air quality of any city in the U.S. (Consistently rated in the top two!)
- The high desert landscape, flora, fauna and unique rock formations
- Exotic birds, especially many species of humming birds not seen in other parts of the U.S.
- The unique culture of the state with strong Hispanic and Native American influences
- More than 300 art galleries in Santa Fe, almost 200 on one street: the famous 'Canyon Road'
- Exciting world-class skiing and snow boarding
- Incredible light. Many artists & photographers work and live here. The famous Georgia O'Keeffe was one them.
- While hiking you may see: elk, deer, bears, coyotes, antelopes, bob-cats, prairie dogs and skunks
- The architecture of the Santa Fe Open Air Opera is fascinating. It's surrounded by the Sangre de Cristo and Jemez Mountains. The opera is internationally known for introducing new operas as well as for its productions of the standard operatic repertoire
- Casinos with restaurants and Spas
- Many museums. The U.S. Travel Association ranked Santa Fe No.3 for museums after New York City & Boston
- Native Americans art & culture, including the historic pueblos where they live
- Hot tubs in nature
- Fishing and rafting, horse back riding, rodeo,
- The famous and historic "Route 66"
- The largest hot air balloon fiesta in the world in October with 750 balloons
- Film festivals, music festivals & the Santa Fe wine festival
- The largest international Folk Art Market in the world
- Great Golf Courses, some with majestic mountain views, arroyos, sandstone ridges, dramatic rocks and native trees
- White Sands. Probably the biggest Gypsum desert dunes in the world. The origin of this desert dates back to around 100 million years ago
- Business conferences
- Stunning sunsets
Welcome to New Mexico!
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