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.
• 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.
• 3.5 hours
Turn the Santa Fe 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
The Lower Gorge of the Rio Grande is a broad canyon with lush riparian habitat along the banks of the Rio. A fantastic full day adventure for families, first time rafters and groups. The first half of the day is beautiful float through the Orilla Verde section of the Rio Grande with incredible scenery, gorgeous riverside lunch stops and ample opportunity to work on your paddling in preparation for the exciting whitewater of the Racecourse to come in the afternoon. The Rio Grande Gorge full day trip meets at our headquarters at 8:30 a.m. daily and the minimum age during most of the year is 5 years old
• 6.5 hours
With a few simple questions, Lauren helps you tap into your unique style. Her classes range in size from 5 to 12 people, and she offers customized classes for small groups, families and individuals. Materials can range from found objects to oils, acrylics, pastels, glues, wood, paper and more. This is not a guided art class. Lauren prefers the free-form style of teaching, versus the guided classes. She says, "The guided classes are too much like 'paint by numbers' where everyone ends up with the same image at the end. My students and guests find our way to be more fun, unique and exploratory."
• 2 hours
Taos Pueblo Lunch Visit the traditional home of a member of the Taos Pueblo and see how life has been for hundreds of years, without running water or electricity. Over a typical Pueblo lunch, hear the story of the Red Willow People through the voice of a member of the Taos Pueblo. This is a perspective that most don't have the opportunity to experience; interacting directly with a local, seeing their home, and seeing their life. This is not a tour. Approximately one hour in duration. Does not include $16 admission to Taos Pueblo.
• 1 hour
Our "Taste of Canyon Road Tour" introduces visitors to Santa Fe's famous Canyon Road through its art, architecture, history, and food. We explore this beautiful and historically rich street by foot, learning how the neighborhood has transformed since the 1600s from a sleepy Spanish farming community to its current status as one of the country's largest and best-known art markets. We'll learn how Santa Fe got its start as a famous art colony in the early 20th century, and discuss how the city's art scene is growing and evolving today. Along the way, we'll sample food & drink from Canyon Road's diverse set of restaurants - from traditional New Mexican flavors to innovative new cuisine. Like all of our tours, what brings this tour to life is the stories behind the food & drink establishments that we visit.
• 4 hours
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
Gear up and get ready for New Mexico’s favorite half-day Class III whitewater adventure. This exciting 3-hour tour is our most popular half-day trip, and is perfectly suited to families, groups, first-timers, and those of all ages and abilities!
• 3 hours
Tour the ancient ruins of Pecos Pueblo, located about 1/2 hour away from downtown Santa Fe. Learn about the culture and history of the Ancient Puebloan people, gain a deeper appreciation for the profound impact the Spanish settlers and conquistadores had on this part of the world, and discover the importance of the Santa Fe Trail which brought traders from the east. This tour requires a minimum of 4 participants, with a maximum of 10.
• 3 hours