5 Nights in Santa Fe • Albuquerque • Taos • Santa Fe School of Cooking • Turquoise Trail • Los Alamos • Georgia O'Keefe Museum

6 Days - Tour Dates: November 3 - 8, 2024
8 Meals Included

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Activity Level:

Activity Level 2 - Moderate Pace: More Walking / standing daily, walking on uneven ground. Rest options available. Some early morning departures.

Price Per Person:

$2575.00 Double Occupancy
$2545.00 Triple Occupancy
$3425.00 Single Occupancy

Prices above are from SAN/LAX

Cash Early Booking Savings
SAVE $100 - First 1-20 Clients
SAVE $75 - 21-40 Clients
Single Supplement Savings
The first TWO Singles to book, SAVE 50% off the Single Supplement

Additional Airports & Prices
$2,475 pp Double   DFW / IAH / SAT / AUS
+$100  LAX / SAN / SFO
+$100  PHX / LAS
+$100  DEN / SLC / IND / CVG
+$200  SNA / SMF / OAK / SJC
+$200  SEA / PDX
+$300  ONT / PSP
Single +$850 / Triple -$30
Land Only $1,999

Contact us for prices from other airports.

Tour Highlights:

  • Round Trip Home Pick-up*
  • Round Trip Airfare
  • 8 Meals: 5-Breakfasts, 3-Dinners
  • Unpack Once in Santa Fe
  • Santa Fe City Tour
  • Georgia O’Keefe Museum
  • “High Road to Taos” Scenic Drive
  • Chimayo’s El Santuario
  • Taos Pueblo & Taos City Tour
  • Turquoise Trail Scenic Drive
  • Madrid, NM
  • Albuquerque City Tour
  • Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
  • Los Alamos Bradbury Science Museum
  • Santa Fe School of Cooking Dinner
  • Professional Tour Manager
  • Hotel Transfers & Baggage at Hotels

Daily Itinerary:

Day 1 - Sunday, 11/3/2024 - Fly to Albuquerque / Coach to Santa Fe 
Today fly to Albuquerque, founded in 1706, where you will meet your Tour Manager. Transfer to Santa Fe (altitude 7,000’), the upscale resort and artist community with Spanish-Pueblo roots and check into your hotel for a five night stay.  Tonight enjoy a Welcome Dinner with your fellow travelers.
- Dinner
Day 2 - Monday, 11/4/2024 - Santa Fe City Tour
After breakfast enjoy a wonderful Santa Fe City Tour including details about the history, culture, and unique architecture of this artist’s mecca.  See the Plaza, the Palace of the Governors, a Santa Fe landmark built in 1610, and visit the Loretto Chapel. Also visit the Georgia O’Keefe Museum which opened to the public in July 1997, eleven years after her death. The O’Keefe Museum offers insight not only into the artist’s paintings, but also her creative process and the light and landscape that inspired her.  Enjoy the rest of the day and evening at your own pace in historic Santa Fe.  Maybe visit one of the many museums, stop by a few art galleries, explore the shops, or relax at your hotel.
- Breakfast
Day 3 - Tuesday, 11/5/2024 - Day Trip to Taos
Travel north via the “High Road to Taos,” passing through ancient villages founded in the 1700’s.  Stop in the Spanish village of Chimayo to visit El Santuario, revered by pilgrims for the healing power of dirt found inside the chapel.  Arrive in Taos, the historic home of the Pueblo Indians that sits atop a plateau between the Rio Grande and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.  Visit the Taos Pueblo, the only living Native American community designated both a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a National Historic Landmark. The multi-storied adobe buildings have been continuously inhabited for over 1000 years. Enjoy a brief Taos City Tour and learn about this fascinating city rich in culture and scenery. Enjoy time and shopping in the Taos Plaza before returning to Santa Fe.
- Breakfast
Day 4 - Wednesday, 11/6/2024 - Turquoise Trail / Albuquerque
Today travel the scenic Turquoise Trail and experience the village of Madrid nestled in a narrow canyon in the Ortiz Mountains. Once a historic coal mining town and then a ghost town, Madrid is now a thriving artist community with over 40 shops and galleries.  Then enjoy a visit to famous Albuquerque. Stop to explore the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center depicting the history and culture of New Mexico’s 19 Native American pueblos. Stop in historic Old Town giving you the opportunity to stroll the historic adobe buildings that house over 150 shops, galleries, and restaurants.  Also see the icon of Old Town, the San Felipe de Neri Church. Tonight enjoy dinner in Albuquerque with  New Mexico fare at a popular local restaurant.
- Breakfast - Dinner
Day 5 - Thursday, 11/7/2024 - Los Alamos / School of Cooking
This morning travel to the Los Alamos Bradbury Science Museum to learn about the Manhattan Project and the creation of the world’s first atomic bomb. The museum provides a window into the history of the institution, its national security mission, and technology research. There are two short films and over 40 interactive exhibits within the Museum’s three galleries: History, Defense and Research. Then, return to enjoy the afternoon in wonderful Santa Fe at your own pace. Be sure to visit another museum, grab a bite to eat, pick up that piece of art you saw earlier in the week, or maybe play a little golf. This evening enjoy a Farewell Dinner at the Santa Fe School of Cooking.  Located in historic downtown, the school is an internationally acclaimed culinary school and market specializing in the foods and flavors of the American Southwest for over 30 years. - Breakfast - Dinner
Day 6 - Friday, 11/8/2024 - Albuquerque / Home
Today travel to Albuquerque for your flight home.  Return with wonderful memories of your Santa Fe & the Land of Enchantment tour.

Note: This tour involves high altitude. - Breakfast

Additional Tour Information:

  • Santa Fe (5) - Inn of the Governors or Doubletree by Hilton
Alternate hotel may be used

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