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Bandelier National Monument from Santa Fe

Bandelier National Monument from Santa Fe - Santa Fe, United States
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Santa Fe, United States

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$140.00

Visit the Bandelier National Monument where the ancient Anasazi people had cave dwellings. Your tour guide will provide round-trip transport to these incredible ruins, including hotel pickup and drop-off ... More info ›

Visit the Bandelier National Monument where the ancient Anasazi people had cave dwellings. Your tour guide will provide round-trip transport to these incredible ruins, including hotel pickup and drop-off. The tour lasts approximately 5-6 hours before returning you to Santa Fe.

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Stop At: Bradbury Science Museum, 1350 Central Ave, Los Alamos, NM 87544-3244

This would be an add on to the Bandelier tour.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Bandelier National Monument, 15 Entrance Rd, Los Alamos, NM 87544-9508

My guided tour is through the Ancient People's dwellings from 700 yrs. ago.

Duration: 3 hours

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2-Hour Art Class in Santa Fe

2-Hour Art Class in Santa Fe - Santa Fe, United States

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Santa Fe, United States

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$190.00

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 ... More info ›

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."

Santa Fe has long served as one of America's great art havens.  With a confluence of style's and cultures, studios and workshops, the town teems with opportunities to create, ideate and chase your imagination.  This two hour class promises to help you do just that - tap into your creative self and experiment with new mediums, demo unusual methods or just play around wherever you feel comfortable, whether that be paint, clay, bronze, wax, charcoal or turquoise.
Your private art class has no set standard and is fully custimizeable to you or your groups' specific goals.  Just let the studio know ahead of time what exactly you are interested in learning more about, and your instructor will be ready for you.  Learn how to combine parts to make a whole adding paint, discover tips when working with acrylics or find new ways to make collages.  Sip wine and sample chocolate as you relax and seek out a special state of mind to create new art with the help of an experienced, professional artist in her own personal studio in downtown Santa Fe.  All materials, wine and chocolate is included in your visit.

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Taos Private Driving Tour

Taos Private Driving Tour - Taos, United States
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Taos, United States

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$108.68

Visit the top sites: Taos Pueblo Native American village and UNESCO World Heritage Site, picture-perfect Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, historic and quaint Taos Plaza, funky and famous Earthship neighborhood, or any four stops of your choice on your private, custom tour. Hear stories from an experienced and personable local guide ... More info ›

Visit the top sites: Taos Pueblo Native American village and UNESCO World Heritage Site, picture-perfect Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, historic and quaint Taos Plaza, funky and famous Earthship neighborhood, or any four stops of your choice on your private, custom tour. Hear stories from an experienced and personable local guide.
*included: admission fees to Taos Pueblo and the Earthship Visitor Center
Offered daily. Please call for groups of seven or more: 575-776-TOUR (8687).

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Stop At: Taos Pueblo, 120 Veterans Highway, Taos, NM 87571

Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site and oldest continuously inhabited place in North America, the Native American Village of Taos Pueblo.
Note: the Pueblo closes for ceremonies and traditional occasions, sometimes without notice. In the event that Taos Pueblo is closed, we substitute a stop at Martinez Hacienda; a restored 200 year old Spanish colonial home.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Taos Plaza, Immediately West of the Intersection of Us 64 and Nm 68, Taos, NM 87571-6071

The entire Plaza is listed on the National Register of Historic Places

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, US 64, 10 miles west of Taos, Taos, NM

Drive then walk over (if you choose) the magnificent Rio Grande Gorge Bridge that crosses over the Rio Grande 685 feet above the river with stunning views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and if lucky, a herd of Big Horn Sheep.

Duration: 15 minutes

Pass By: Earthship Visitor Center, #2 Earthship Way, Taos, NM 87571

We will do a drive-by and quick intro to the Earthship Biotecture Community - an entire neighborhood of homes build of recycled materials and totally off grid. This neighborhood is now world famous with Earthships across the USA and in over 80 countries.

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Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge: An outdoor Paradise

Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge: An outdoor Paradise - Albuquerque, United States

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Albuquerque, United States

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$295.00

An Outdoor New Mexico Paradise!  Migrating birds, wild life, and the most amazing scenery, we will visit history and nature on this 6 hour tour.  Driving south from Albuquerque, we follow the Camino Real, the historical King’s road of the Conquistadors.  We follow the Rio Grande River passing by the villages of Los Lunas, the Isleta Pueblo, Belen, and continue through Socorro to our turn off at San Antonio.  Each village is part of a rich history of Native American and Spanish Culture we will share as we travel.  As we turn east, we see the flood plain, re-created in 1939 to sustain the migrating birds.  Our first vision of the refuge is from the Visitor Center overlooking the lakes filled with as many as 100,000 Snow Geese.  The white wings cover the lake creating the illusion of snow on the water. At moments, the birds rise as one and fill the air with the sounds of thousands of wings.  The adventure begins.

Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge
The trip is into the history of New Mexico and our famous Rio Grande River Valley.  We will share the beauty of of the journey, the lore, and the excitement of a close encounter with nature.   An hour and a half south of Albuquerque, New Mexico is the Bosque del Apache Wildlife Refuge ... More info ›

An Outdoor New Mexico Paradise!  Migrating birds, wild life, and the most amazing scenery, we will visit history and nature on this 6 hour tour.  Driving south from Albuquerque, we follow the Camino Real, the historical King’s road of the Conquistadors.  We follow the Rio Grande River passing by the villages of Los Lunas, the Isleta Pueblo, Belen, and continue through Socorro to our turn off at San Antonio.  Each village is part of a rich history of Native American and Spanish Culture we will share as we travel.  As we turn east, we see the flood plain, re-created in 1939 to sustain the migrating birds.  Our first vision of the refuge is from the Visitor Center overlooking the lakes filled with as many as 100,000 Snow Geese.  The white wings cover the lake creating the illusion of snow on the water. At moments, the birds rise as one and fill the air with the sounds of thousands of wings.  The adventure begins.

Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge
The trip is into the history of New Mexico and our famous Rio Grande River Valley.  We will share the beauty of of the journey, the lore, and the excitement of a close encounter with nature.   An hour and a half south of Albuquerque, New Mexico is the Bosque del Apache Wildlife Refuge. During spring and fall migration, the 57,331-acre refuge is a spot to rest and refuel for many birds as they follow the Rio Grande through the woodlands which hugs the riverbanks.  The riverbank forest is called a Bosque and it is named for the Warm Spring Apache tribe that once occupied this area.  Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge contains thirty-thousand acres of wilderness, providing solitude and offering adventure to those who seek it. This dry desert habitat is home to jackrabbits, quail, and lizards, as well as creosote, sunflower, and mesquite. 
The wetlands of the refuge are bordered by the Chupadera Mountians to the west and the San Pascual Mountains to the east.  During the Fall and Winter, the refuge is home to tens of thousands of cranes, geese, ducks and other migrating waterfowl following the river.   The first cranes and geese typically show up at the end of October, during which time coyotes, mule deer, and javelina are moving through open fields as well. Wild turkeys begin moving to the northern part of the refuge to join up with other family groups in separate male and female roosting flocks. Thousands of snow geese, Ross’s geese, and Sandhill cranes spend the night in water to protect themselves from predators. Near dawn, the geese take off en masse in search of fields throughout the Middle Rio Grande Valley to feed in for the day. They return at sunset.  When we drive the loop trail, we will see flooded lakes, feeding fields and, with luck,  hawks, eagles, blackbirds, ravens, coots, and other birds along with occasional mammals, such as mule deer, coyotes, and jackrabbits.  The sunset is time to watch as thousands of cranes return to the water after a day of feeding.  This fly-in is a breath-taking event never to be forgotten. As the Bosque del Apache settles into the night, we will say good-night to our adventure.  Returning to Albuquerque, we have the option to stop at the famous Owl Cafe for green-chili cheeseburgers with fries Make sure you bring a camera!

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