New Mexico's Enchanted North
A Tailor-Made Fly-Drive Holiday to Texas & New Mexico, USA
This fly drive arrives in Albuquerque, city of contrasts, rich in culture and heritage and bathed in sunshine 351 days a year. Collect a car and drive the Turquoise Trail to Santa Fe, the oldest state capital in the country and surrounded by millions of acres of national forest. Take the High Road to Taos past Spanish style churches and chapels before heading west to historic Chama. Surprisingly green, Chama is home to two lakes and stunning mountain vistas.
Your journey continues to Farmington from where you can view the nearby Aztec ruins then veers south to Gallup, the epicentre for Native American culture. Tour the many ghost towns and abandoned pueblos before heading back to Albuquerque.
Cumbres & Toltec Railroad
Travel the steam railroad departing from Chama
Four Corners National Monument
The only place in the USA where four states connect at one point
Albuquerque Balloon Festival
An annual autumn event sees hundreds of colourful balloons take to the sky
Step back in time in this little known gem in New Mexico's north.
Believed to be an ancient pass and unique.
Alpine valleys, clear blue lakes and evergreen forests.
Part of the Mother Road runs through New Mexico