Get a feel for the fun and funky town of Taos on this 50-minute, half-mile walking tour of the historic downtown area. Follow your guide to several historic points of interest as you hear stories about what makes the small New Mexico town so unique. Transportation to/from the departure point is not included, nor is guide gratuity.
• 1 hour
On this 3-hour small-group driving tour highlighting the major sites of Taos, visit the UNESCO World Heritage site - the traditional Native American village of Taos Pueblo; see the stunning Rio Grande Gorge from high upon the Gorge Bridge; Taos Plaza with every building on the plaza on the National Register of Historical Places; and visit the most photographed church in North America. With transportation from Casper, our new and tidy 12-passenger van, and stories from our experienced guides you'll quickly grasp the quirkiness's 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 is a living Native American village which closes to visitors for ceremonies and other traditional occasions, sometimes without notice. Taos Pueblo admission is included; however, local sales tax and gratuities are not included.
• 3 hours
Experience the first and oldest grape growing region in the country! By visiting three wineries and their vineyards, taste your way through New Mexico wines. Learn about the different grapes that grow in our high desert, short growing season, see where the grapes are actually pressed and processed, and taste our version of varietals you may be familiar with, and others you're meeting for the first time. This tour includes all fees and tips (except your guide's gratuity) and door to door service, so don't worry about driving, your guide has you covered!
• 3.5 hours
Join us on Taos's first and only food tour! Wondering why all the hype about green chili? What's the difference between New Mexican vs. Mexican food? Why is there so much pork in New Mexican dishes? We'll answer all of these questions and more! A progressive lunch lasting two hours, expect a meal. We visit four locally owned Taos food establishments on foot all within one block of the Historic Taos Plaza. Less than 0.5 miles of walking. Food types include eggs, pork, cheese, gluten, dairy, and of course, chili! Foods can change slightly with the season and are dependent upon restaurant availability.
• 2 hours