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Desert cacti, stunning sunsets, amazing scenery and Native American history - New Mexico is a great vacation destination and we offer a wide range of accommodations at the best prices. Treat yourself to a posh Albuquerque resort spa hotel for your stay during the exciting Albuquerque International Balloon Festival and to visit the Zoo at BioPark. The annual Indian Market held in the state capital is wildly popular - book your discount Santa Fe hotel ahead of time. For the best rates and selection, our New Mexico Hotel Guide is tops!

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New Mexico Overview

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There is no better place to explore the culture, arts, history and environment of the southwestern United States than New Mexico. The variety of experiences visitors have is astounding! Albuquerque, the largest city and centrally located, is a rapidly growing metropolis offering all the big city amenities and urban New Mexico hotels for your stay. Take a hot air balloon ride, sample local dishes and relax with a hot stone massage at a soothing spa. This is the place to unwind!

The state capital, Santa Fe, is about an hour northeast of Albuquerque. This vibrant city is notable for its annual Indian Market, popular with art lovers, the Old Santa Fe Trail, now a National Scenic Byway, and the country’s oldest church, the San Miguel Mission. Visit nearby Bandalier National Monument, west of the city, to view ancient Pueblo archeological sites;  Pecos National Historical Park, to Santa Fe’s east, is popular for its Santa Fe Trail sites, Civil War history and pueblo ruins.

Another hour and a half to the north brings you to a remarkable arts and cultural center and the Taos Ski Valley, providing year-round outdoor action in clear, crisp New Mexico air. The second largest city in the state is Las Cruces, located due south of Albuquerque almost to the Mexican border, famous for its White Sands Missile Range. Living Desert Zoo & Gardens State Park, on the edge of Carlsbad, lets you take a 1.3 mile self-guided tour where you might see endangered gray wolves, eagles, a mountain lion, foxes, elk and bison. Carlsbad Caverns National Park, about an hour southwest of Carlsbad, is the site of more than 117 known caves and those famous colonies of insect-devouring bats.

Gila National Forest, in the southwestern corner of the state, is remote and highly undeveloped. Visitors get a glimpse into the way the Mogollon people lived there 700 years ago at the Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument. On the edge of this Forest is City of Rocks State Park, the place to see rare formations, a botanical garden and to study the stars at its astronomical Observatory. New Mexico – you gotta see it!

Best New Mexico Parks

Carlsbad Caverns National Park

Carlsbad boasts more than 117 known caves, and visitors may explore areas such as the Big Room, Hall of the White Giant and Spider Cave. Guided tours are available, so reserve ahead! Memorial Day through mid-October brings the famous Mexican free-tail bats surging out of the cavern at dusk in search of insects, then returning at pre-dawn. You can hike the park and camp if you wish. Find Discount Hotels near Carlsbad Caverns National Park

City of Rocks State Park

A remote setting in the Chihuahuan desert makes this park the perfect place to stargaze. Luckily, you will find a solar-powered Astronomical Observatory with a powerful telescope. Visitors enjoy browsing a botanical garden and hiking trails to explore geologic formations such as rare sculptured rock columns. Find Discount Hotels near City of Rocks State Park.

Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument

Explore the over 700-year-old homes of the Mogollon people, surrounded by the 3.3 million acre Gila National Forest and within the pristine Gila Wilderness. Guided tours of the Gila Cliff Dwellings are offered daily; day hiking and backpacking are popular pursuits in this unspoiled wilderness. Be sure to check out the hot springs in the area. Find Discount Hotels near Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument.

Living Desert Zoo and Gardens State Park

See endangered gray wolves at this State Park set in the Chihuahuan Desert. Take a 1.3 mile self-guided tour to see 40 species of animals native to this area and hundreds of succulents. Bird-lovers will enjoy the walk-through aviary. Find Discount Hotels near Living Desert Zoo and Gardens State Park.

Pecos National Historical Park

Visitors to Pecos enjoy taking a self-guided tour through Pecos Pueblo and other pueblo ruins; each day brings a different ranger-guided tour of the various park headliners, including Santa Fe Trail sites, a Spanish mission, the site of the Civil War Battle of Glorieta Pass and Forked Lightning Ranch. preserved from the 20th century. Find Discount Hotels near Pecos National Historical Park.

Petroglyph National Monument

This park preserves and protects archeological sites and approximately 24,000 carved images. Various levels of hiking trails are available; at the minimum, walk the 1 mile round trip from the parking lot to a scenic overlook, which will reward you with great views of Albuquerque and the Rio Grande Valley. The Visitor Center was originally the home of the first practicing applied anthropologist in the country, Dr. Sophie Aberle. Find Discount Hotels near Petroglyph National Monument.

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