San Ildefonso Pueblo sits at the base of Black Mesa in northern New Mexico.
Charles Mann Photography
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, you will be immediately impressed with epic landscapes and deeply rooted culture. While exploring the vast deserts and snowcapped mountains, you will feel, taste, and touch the state's Native American, Hispanic, and Anglo heritage. The influences are everywhere — in our savory Southwest cuisine, unique shopping, 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.
Albuquerque, New Mexico »»
The largest city in New Mexico, Albuquerque lies nearly at its geographic center and often serves as a departure point to other locales.
Santa Fe, New Mexico »»
Established in 1610 by Governor Don Pedro de Peralta, Santa Fe is the oldest capital city in the United States.
Taos, New Mexico »»
Taos is many things to many people — a traditional and contemporary art colony, a world-class ski destination, an ancient community, a hub for sustainable architecture.
Northern New Mexico »»
Adventures abound in Northern New Mexico, from an adrenaline rush in Angel Fire to a train ride in Chama.
Gallup and Northwestern New Mexico »»
Perched on the edge of the Navajo Nation, Gallup is a bastion of Native American culture.
Ruidoso and Southeastern New Mexico »»
Southeastern New Mexico is a land of marvels, from the awe-inspiring depths of Carlsbad Caverns to the out-of-this-world history in Roswell.
Las Cruces and Southwestern New Mexico »»
In Las Cruces urban amenities — from golf courses and symphony concerts to a sizzling dining scene — mingle with the Western lifestyle.