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About New Mexico

New Mexico, the fifth largest state in the USA, famous as the Land of Enchantment, is a marvelous vacation destination for tourists. With a semiarid to arid climate, it has lush green forests, white sand national parks, mysterious caves and gorgeous architecture and offers endless opportunities to tourists for adventurous activities and exploration.  In addition, tourists can take part in festivals, fairs and tours that are organized year-around in this state. For the accommodation of tourists, there are various types of vacation home rentals in New Mexico—villas, cottages, condos, cabins and apartments. They all are furnished with all the modern facilities and amenities to facilitate the living of tourists.

Why Visit New Mexico?

New Mexico is the right destination for tourists where they can have the fantastic natural experience, stir up their taste buds with luscious cuisines and enjoy sightseeing of arts and galleries.

Things to Visit in New Mexico

New Mexico did not become famous overnight. It boasts both natural and man-made attractions that have made it El Dorado for most of the tourists the world over. The best attractions include the following:

Wheeler Peak Wilderness: The amazing thing about this attraction is that it is the highest point with 13,161 ft in the state. Since it has the wild ambience, a large variety of animals—golden eagles, bighorn sheep, mule deer, elk, pikas and marmots—find shelter in it.  Hiking is one of the most enjoyable activities here. Due to its high elevation, it has moderate summer temperature and cold winters.

Chaco Culture National Historical Park: Located northwest of Albuquerque, is a major attraction comprising fifteen massive ruins and nearby hundreds of smaller constructions. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here, tourists can enjoy various activities, such as camping, hiking and astronomical experiences. All in all, it is one of the most dazzling archaeological sites all over North America.  

Pecos National Historical Park: Although it lies in dilapidation, it has great historical importance for people. It is known to have been one of the largest Native American pueblos in New Mexico.  It contains exhibits and useful information. It offers a guided 1.25-mile hike and a walking tour that throws light on the evidence of indigenous peoples of this area.

Carlsbad Caverns National Park: This is one of the most famous tourist attractions in this state. With 120 known caves, most of its parts are hidden underground.  It offers both ranger-led and self-guided tours. In addition, other enjoyable activities include trips to caves, bat tours and walking through outlandish geological formations. Tourists can also enjoy backpacking and back-country hikes. Tourists are asked to bring plenty of water while visiting this place.

Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument: Located north of the Silver City

, this is a wonderful monument with forty-two rooms. It is known to have been built around the year 1300. Here, tourists can get to know about the natural history of the region and the Mogollon culture. It has many natural caves and hot springs, which can be accessed from the visitor center.

Beaches near New Mexico

Beaches are the best places for tourists to cool off during the summer season. Those that have assumed great importance among tourists in view of their modern facilities and amenities include the following:

El Vado Lake State Park:  Located in the northern mountains of New Mexico, this lake is a wonderful place for tourists to enjoy their vacations. The activities practiced here include skiing, tubing, boating and fishing.  It also has a 5.5-mile scenic trail.

Rio Grande: This is the fourth longest river in the US. It is famous for water sports. It is a perfect place for those, who want to spend time with friends and family members. Taos Box is a challenging thrilling ride in this beach. Beautiful scenery and wildlife are the two enjoyable things here.

Abiquiu Lake: Located at a distance of 61 miles north of Santa Fe, this lake lies at the bottom of Pedernal Peak. It is full of many adventurous activities. It also provides vacation rental homes to tourists for their accommodation. Tourists can enjoy a panoramic view of the narrow mesa.

Navajo Lake State Park: This Lake is the second largest lake in New Mexico and is an ideal place for enjoying various activities such as motor boating, canoeing, sail boating, kayaking, etc. Windsurfing and wakeboarding are the two most enjoyable activities here.

Best Time to Visit New Mexico

In term of good weather and safety, the best time to visit New Mexico is from May 7th to October 14th. During this time, the weather remains moderate and there is the least chance of snowfall and rainfall. The minimum temperature goes as low as 7°C and the maximum temperature goes as high as 30°C.

How to Visit New Mexico?

New Mexico can easily be reached by tourists, regardless of their locations. The chief airports located here include Albuquerque International Sunport, Roswell International Air Center and Lea County Regional Airport. The local means of transportation include bus services, tax and car services and train and tram services.

Vacation Home Rentals in New Mexico

Find American Rentals, one of the most reliable New Mexico vacation rentals by owner, offers no-booking-fee vacation rentals to tourists at very affordable prices. Tourists are free to contact it at their own convenience as its vacation rental services are available 24X7.