When planning your next vacation, consider a trip to the beautiful southwestern state of New Mexico! There is a so much to do in New Mexico and no matter what your pleasure is, you will find an activity that you enjoy on your new Mexico vacation! For the more adventurous traveler there is white water rafting and hot air ballooning, while there are plenty of strip malls, fine dining, spas and resorts for those of you who prefer to rest and relax .
If you love nature and outdoor exploration, you should definitely travel New Mexico. Hike the Rockies and look out upon the vast desert plains and red and pink sunsets of New Mexico. Take a guided eco tour through the New Mexico desert and learn about desert plains animals and cacti. During your New Mexico vacation head to one of the 34 state parks for some hiking and biking or take a serene walk through one of the deep and dark national forests. If you are looking to have a beach vacation, New Mexico has several lakes and rivers where you can go boating, fishing, swimming, rafting and just soak up some of that dry, hot New Mexico sun. Head to Santa Rosa and go scuba diving in the Blue Hole or rent a boat and motor around Navajo Lake.
If you are looking for an urban adventure during your New Mexico vacation, head to Albuquerque and enjoy a unique Southwest experience. There are many resorts and casinos, delicious dining options and high end shops in Albuquerque. Planning a girls weekend, visit one of Albuquerque’s spas for the day then head out for drinks in Nob Hill. Go shopping the next day and end your weekend with a scenic drive along the famous and historic American Route 66, a great way to travel New Mexico. Don’t miss out on Albuquerque’s main attraction, hot air ballooning. Albuquerque is the hot air balloon capitol of the world and hosts the world’s largest hot air balloon festival every October, which is attended by thousands of international visitors.
Finally check out the state capitol, Santa Fe, where you can take a scenic train ride, shop at an outdoor market, and try some of the delicious local fare, inspired by traditional Mexican cuisine. Finally take a guided tour of the Indian pueblos and get an in depth lesson on genuine Native American culture, a truly unforgettable experience.
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Albuquerque, New Mexico Hotels & Resorts - The Staybridge Suites North Hotel is conveniently located at I-25 and Alameda Exit 233, near Balloon Fiesta Park.
Albuquerque, New Mexico Hotels & Resorts - The property provides guests the use of an indoor pool, Jacuzzi, large fitness center, as well as three restaurants on the same property. Enjoy the complimentary
Albuquerque, New Mexico Hotels & Resorts - The Econo Lodge Midtown is located in Midtown, walking distance to restaurants and shops.
Las Cruces, New Mexico Hotels & Resorts - The Staybridge Suites in Las Cruces feature accommodations with kitchens, and is located four miles from the center of town, and approximately 55 miles
Mescalero, New Mexico Hotels & Resorts - 4 DIAMOND RESORT/CASINO IN NEW MEXICO WITH 273 ROOMS AND SUITES INCLUDING JACUZZI TUBS-BALCONIES-AND LAKE OR FOREST VIEWS.
Albuquerque, New Mexico Hotels & Resorts - Brand new in 2008, the Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites in located in the heart of the Old Town district of Albuquerque. The hotel is conveniently
Artesia, New Mexico Hotels & Resorts - The Best Western Pecos Inn is located near the Carlsbad Caverns, the Ruidoso Mountains, and Roswell and also offers convenient access to many outdoor activities
Albuquerque, New Mexico Hotels & Resorts - Quality Inn and Suites of Albuquerque is near the University of New Mexico and minutes from Albuquerque International Sunport airport.
Taos, New Mexico Hotels & Resorts - Situated in historic Taos, this property is located approximately 72 miles from Santa Fe Airport and 135 miles from Albuquerque.
Albuquerque, New Mexico Hotels & Resorts - This Holiday Inn is located approximately six miles from downtown Albuquerque, and is ten miles from Albuquerque International Airport.
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