New Mexico
Albuquerque Hot Air Ballooning, Art of Santa Fe and Native American Pueblos
Program No. 21582RJ
7 days
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6 nights
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At a Glance

Turn your eyes skyward to New Mexico’s multi-colored tapestry of hot-air balloons at the region’s world-renowned hot-air balloon festival. Trace Native American life back hundreds of years and learn how puebloans have managed to hold onto their lands and traditions for centuries. And explore the lives and works of the many artists — Georgia O’Keefe among them — who have been influenced by Santa Fe’s Hispanic and Native American traditions. Enjoy an exceptional adventure that spotlights New Mexico, past and present.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Fifty miles outside of Albuquerque, experience historic Acoma Pueblo — known as “Sky City” — where several families still occupy homes atop a 365-foot sandstone mesa.
  • On an early morning excursion to Balloon Fiesta Park, view the Morning Glow and enjoy a visual feast at the beloved Flight of the Nations Mass Ascension.
  • Explore a wealth of art on a day trip to Santa Fe, including that at the George O’Keefe Museum to see the largest collection in the world produced by the iconic American modernist.
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