New Mexico/Colorado/Arizona
Ancient Puebloans: Mesas, Monuments, Canyons and More
Dive into the history of the ancestral Pueblo People as you learn about their prehistoric villages, explore the region’s National Parks and visit important sites with an archaeologist.
Program No. 11010RJ
9 days
Starts at
21 Meals
8 Breakfasts
7 Lunches
6 Dinners
The following choices may be available when requested in advance: Vegetarian, Low Salt, Low Fat, Gluten Free
Lodgings may differ by date. Select a date to see the lodgings specific to that date.
Sep 22, 2017 - Sep 30, 2017
  • Sep 22, 2017 - Sep 30, 2017
  • May 11, 2018 - May 19, 2018
  • May 25, 2018 - Jun 02, 2018
  • Sep 07, 2018 - Sep 15, 2018
  • Sep 21, 2018 - Sep 29, 2018
3 nights
Nativo Lodge is one of Albuquerque's boutique hotels. Located in northern Albuquerque close to Balloon Fiesta Park, the hotel is only a few miles from Old Town, the Indian Pueblo Culture Center and many other area attractions. Nativo Lodge features Native American decor, with many of the hotel's features having been made by local pueblo residents.
1 night
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2 nights
Mesa Verde National Park
Far View Lodge is located 15 miles inside Mesa Verde National Park. The lodge was designed to reflect the true essence of Mesa Verde, with solitude all around you and plenty of wildlife watching and stargazing opportunities from your room balcony.
1 night
This 100 percent non-smoking hotel is conveniently located off U.S. Highway 160, just minutes from Mesa Verde National Park, the Dolores River, the Anasazi Heritage Center Museum, Canyons of the Ancients National Monument and the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center.
1 night
Grand Canyon Village
Thunderbird Lodge (formerly Sacred Canyon Lodge) is the closest lodging to Canyon de Chelly National Monument. Enjoy the shade of tall cottonwood trees planted in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps. The lodge is built on the site of a 1896 trading post and its cafeteria-style restaurant is located in the trading post’s original stone-walled building. Adorning the dining room walls are excellent examples of Navajo Rugs and artwork available for purchase. In the center of the dining area is a vault-like room, that at one time served as a jail for the trading post.
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