Float over the Rio Grande Valley during a sunrise hot-air balloon flight from Albuquerque, home of the largest hot-air balloon festival in the world. As the sun comes up over the Sandia Mountains, admire the dramatic reds and oranges that fill the sky, and learn about the features of the New Mexico landscape from your expert pilot. Back on the ground, celebrate a memorable flight with sparkling wine and a light breakfast for a perfect start to your day.
• 3 hours
This 3-hour private tour highlights the top 4 tourist sites in Taos: *UNESCO World Heritage site - the traditional and living Native American village of Taos Pueblo *stunning Rio Grande Gorge from high upon the Gorge Bridge *Taos Plaza with every building listed on the National Register of Historical Places *most photographed church in North America. Hear stories from our experienced and personable local guides. You'll quickly grasp the quirkiness that make Taos the most unique town you'll ever experience. The best tour offered to get a handle on Taos in a short period of time. Note: Taos Pueblo closes to visitors for ceremonies and other traditional occasions, sometimes without notice. In the event the Pueblo is closed, we substitute a stop at a 200 year old Spanish colonial hacienda.
• 3 hours
This classic Santa Fe food and drink adventure is focused on Santa Fe's downtown Plaza neighborhood. You will explore Santa Fe by foot while sampling the best in local food and wine. You will have a chance to sample classic New Mexican flavors, as well as get a taste of what’s new and exciting in Santa Fe’s food scene. Along the way, you’ll learn about the city’s long and fascinating history, with an emphasis on how Native, Hispanic, and Anglo cultures shaped – and were shaped by – the region’s unique (and delicious!) food culture. This tour is designed with adventurous eaters in mind. Some food in New Mexico can be spicy, and while we can accommodate food allergies we are unable to provide "non-spicy" alternatives.
• 4 hours
Embark on this unique 3.5 hour walking food tour of Santa Fe's Railyard Arts District. You'll get a chance to learn about the arrival of the railroad in Santa Fe in 1880 and the rapid change this brought to the surrounding area. The Railyard Arts District is one of Santa Fe's most vibrant and up and coming neighborhoods that's home to some of the best restaurants in the city. Stop at four locations throughout this tour to eat, drink and hear about the culture of Santa Fe. This tour is designed with adventurous eaters in mind. Some food in New Mexico can be spicy, and while we can accommodate food allergies we are unable to provide "non-spicy" alternatives.
• 3.5 hours
A quick and easy way to get a handle on this funky little town. We cover the pivotal historical points that make this place unique, including the infamous and deadly haircut of Gov. Bent, Padre Martinez's 51 children, the one Native man saved an entire culture, the red light district of Taos's past, and The Trump of Taos. We mix plenty of spice, sauce, and a few ghost stories to keep you entertained for the whole 50-minute, half-mile walking tour. Dog friendly! Offered daily at 11:00AM throughout the summer and other times by reservation. Call for group tours or last minute bookings.
• 1 hour
Explore the architecture of Santa Fe with your local guide on this 3-hour walking tour with up to 8 people. Discover three different style of architecture, including Pueblo, Spanish Territorial, and Norther New Mexico. Enjoy a refreshing prickly pear cactus ice tea or ‘Cota’ Indian tea with some homemade biscochitos while relaxing in a traditional inner courtyard. We end our tour at Gruet Tasting Room inside of Hotel St. Francis.
• 3 hours
Visit the Bandelier National Monument where the ancient Anasazi people had cave dwellings. Your tour guide will provide round-trip transport to these incredible ruins, including hotel pickup and drop-off. The tour lasts approximately 5-6 hours before returning you to Santa Fe.
• 5 hours
Get ready for an early morning hot air balloon flight along the Rio Grande in Albuquerque! Watch as the balloon inflates and then board the basket for an experience of a lifetime. Gently float over Albuquerque and see the beautiful scenery surrounding you. After your approximate hour-long flight, you'll land and enjoy a glass of champagne and light refreshments and receive a flight certificate commemorating your adventure.
• 2 hours
This is a private tour for 1-3 people. We can do as much as you like and can fit in 8 hours. We can drive through historic Route 66-downtown Albuquerque; visit the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, museum, & store; Old Town-plaza, church, hidden patios, galleries/shops. We will drive north on Rio Grande Blvd, following the river through the valley occupied by Pueblo Indians, Spanish settlers and still is home to farms, and wine growers. We can visit historic Los Poblanos Lavender Farm/shop; the village of Corrales; and prehistoric Pueblo Indian village of Kuaua (Coronado State Monument-established during the Classic Period of Anasazi Culture). On our way back to Albuquerque we will see Sandia Pueblo's herds of cattle and Buffalo and ride the Sandia Peak Tram for magnificent views of the area. This is a perfect tour of the present and past filling you with beauty and delicious food. Lunch options are many depending on your cravings. Great Photo tour!
• 8 hours
Turn Albuquerque into a giant game board with this fun scavenger hunt adventure! This challenge combines the excitement of the Amazing Race with a 3-hour city walking tour. Guided from any smart phone, teams make their way among well known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. Note: Pricing is per individual, but teams must book together in order to be included in the same adventure.
• 3 hours