New Mexico Travel Planning Resources
Planning a trip to gorgeous New Mexico? In order to see the best of this beautiful part of the country, we’ve compiled a list of recommended resources that will help you plan the perfect New Mexico adventure.
Online New Mexico Travel Resources
New Mexico Tourism and Travel Board is especially helpful for information on lodging, landmarks, travel routes, local celebrations, etc.
National Geographic’s New Mexico Guide is just what you need for some fantastic travel inspiration.
National Parks and Monuments lists all of the beautiful national parks and monuments in New Mexico..
New Mexico Travel Pinterest Page is a great visual resource to find the most scenic sites in New Mexico.
New Mexico Trip Books, Guides and Videos
New Mexico Backroads Weekend Adventure is our own guide to planning an adventurous road trip through New Mexico.
Fodor’s In Focus Santa Fe: with Taos and Albuquerque lists everything you need to know when visiting New Mexico’s most vibrant areas.
Food Lovers’ Guide to® Santa Fe, Albuquerque & Taos is for the foodie traveler! Don’t even think about visiting New Mexico without exploring some of the state’s most mouth watering culinary haunts.
60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Albuquerque is the perfect guide for the hikers out there. With updated information on the best hiking trails around Albuquerque, this book is a must!
Gear for a New Mexico Trip
Ribbon Crusher Travel Hat is a great wide-brim hat for those boomers who need sun protection while exploring new areas. And, cramming the hat into your suitcase won’t hurt it.
Mighty Bright TravelFlex LED Book Light, Silver is a tiny light that’s incredibly handy for reading on the road.
Fitbit One Wireless Activity Tracker is great for keeping in shape on the road. Besides counting steps, you can keep track of calories consumed, sleep patterns plus track exercise beyond just counting steps. Great for hiking around New Mexico’s Gila National Forest!
Societe Prime & Defend SPF 30 is a rich, creamy sunblock with a slight tint to it. Zinc oxide is the major sun protecting ingredient. I wear it all year for sun protection.
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