Taos, New Mexico
Where can you explore a 1,000 year old Native American pueblo and see contemporary modern art in the same day? When was the last time you hit the slopes and followed that with an afternoon at the spa? How about ending your day with a plate of traditional Mexican food and a glass of wine under a blank of stars so clear you forget where you are? Welcome to Taos, New Mexico.
Taos Pueblo is a true historical destination. It is the only inhabited Native American community designated a National Historical Landmark and a World Heritage Site by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
Even your journey into and out of Taos is full of things to see. Many small villages surrounding the community are home to New Mexican artisans crafting handmade objects, traditional weavings and growing and selling home-grown produce.
If you are looking for a Southwest escape unique for its perfect blend of natural beauty, rich history, diverse culture, and intangible energy that rejuvenates the soul, than look no further than Taos, New Mexico.
Like the rest of New Mexico, we too are blessed with over 300 days of sunshine and blue skies a year. Summer temperatures rest comfortably in the mid 80s, with evening and nighttime lows in the 40s and 50s. Fall temperatures range from the high 70s in September to the low 50s by November. Winter temperatures reach a daytime high of low to mid 40s with the nighttime air hovering in the teens. While springtime temperatures are still in the 20s at night, the days begin to warn up beginning in late February and reach the mid 60s by April.
Taos, New Mexico history
Things to do in Taos New Mexico
Map of Taos, New Mexico
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