Visit New Mexico
Visiting New Mexico opens up a world of exciting exploration possibilities. From exploring America’s oldest state capital, Santa Fe, to visiting over 2,000 signatures, dates, messages, and petroglyphs at El Morro Monument to hiking the lovely Gila Wilderness – New Mexico has it all! To plan your next trip to this enchanting area, take a look at some of our favorite New Mexico memories!
Driving New Mexico’s Enchanted Circle
A drive on New Mexico’s “Enchanted Circle” offers scenery, activities and unique stops as it circumnavigates Wheeler Peak, New Mexico’s highest point. Click on Driving New Mexico’s Enchanted Circle to read more about our experience.
El Morro National Monument
Alan and I visited El Morro on a warm, June day. After stopping in the visitor’s center, we followed the paved Inscription Trail to the base of the sandstone cliff. Click on El Morro National Monument to read more about our experience.
Historical Walking Tour Santa Fe
Santa Fe has been around for more than four hundred years, making it America’s oldest state capital. One of the best ways for boomer travelers to explore the downtown area is by taking a walking tour. Click on Historical Walking Tour Santa Fe to read more about our experience.
Christmas in Santa Fe
Santa Fe is a magical place to visit and and the Christmas holidays are truly a great time to visit. Click on Christmas in Santa Fe to read more about our experience.
Visiting Santa Fe With Your Pet
Santa Fe is a great city to visit and is a very walkable city — the perfect kind of place to visit with your pet. Click on Visiting Santa Fe With Your Pet to read more about visiting New Mexico with your furry friend.
Looking for some more Boomer travel ideas to inspire your next trip to New Mexico? Check out our New Mexico Travel Planning Resource page for recommended travel resources and gear.
Take the High Road to Taos
Visiting picturesque Taos is a great addition to any road trip to Santa Fe. Boomers planning to explore the town should make this road trip an all-day affair. Click on Take the High Road to Taos to read more about our experience.
New Mexico Accommodations
New Mexico offers a wide range of places to stay for boomer travelers. Click on New Mexico Accommodations to read our reviews.