(Seen At Right) Sunrise on the 1,800-foot Shiprock, the 30-million-year-old core of an extinct volcano in the Four Corners area of the Navajo Reservation.
©Rozannehakala.com/Albuquerque Photographers Gallery
Greetings from the Land of Enchantment. It’s easy to see how this nickname for the 47th state in the union came to be and why it stuck. Whether visiting or residing, one is immediately impressed with the historical significance of this land and its culture. While exploring the vast deserts and snowcapped mountains, you will be embraced by the heritage of the Native Americans, the Spanish, and the Anglos. The influences are everywhere — in our savory Southwest cuisine, unique shopping and outdoor activities, and, of course, the art. Visit guestlife.com on your mobile device and download our app. Take us with you as we share your adventures!
Follow the links below to learn more about the cities and areas of New Mexico.
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Albuquerque is located at the base of the Sandia Mountains, along the fertile Rio Grande, and boasts a history rich in culture.
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With world-class cuisine, breathtaking surroundings, and a rich cultural heritage, it’s easy to see why Santa Fe is a top destination for world travelers.
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Set among the rugged beauty and bathed in spectacular light, Taos enchants.
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A multitude of must-dos await the visitor to Northern New Mexico.
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Rich with ancient, historic sites and eerily beautiful landscapes.
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From Carlsbad Caverns to White Sands, Southeastern New Mexico is brimming with road trips.
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Southwestern New Mexico is rich in history and dramatic landscapes.