International Folk Art Market
Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival
Looking for the best historical site in New Mexico?
Try Bandelier National Monument! Centuries before the United States became independent the southwest was divided into city-states governed by Native Americans. The Bandelier is one of the last remnants of that time and a true piece of cultural heritage. At the base of Frijoles Canyon is a collection of ancient cave dwellings and belongings of the Pueblo people. Exploring this settlement is a true wonder and something you won’t want to miss.
Q: What should I pack for a southwestern vacation?
A: Sunscreen, Bug Spray, Hiking Boots or Tennis Shoes, Waterproof Pouch, Cooler or Backpack
Q: When is the best time to visit Santa Fe?
A: Santa Fe has four seasons with opportunities for travelers in each! The winter months bring snow and low temperatures perfect for skiers and snowboarders. Spring and Summer have their own appeal with several large festivals that draw in crowds, including Currents New Mexico Festival, the Rodeo de Santa Fe and Santa Fe Bandstand!
Q: What are some free activities in the Santa Fe area?
A: Here are some fun options:
- Cross of the Martyrs Park atop Santa Fe hill on the historic Eastside for spectacular sunset views!
- Canyon Road Arts District is overflowing with galleries and shops on a charming byway.
- New Mexico History Museum is full of native history and artwork and touring is free.
Q: What’s included in my rental?
A: For your convenience we supply you with a limited starter kit of toilet paper, soap, paper towels and dishwasher detergent. There are several shops you can visit nearby to purchase supplies for the duration of your stay.
Q: What should I bring/buy for my rental
A: Trash Bags, Paper Towels, Laundry Detergent & Softener, Dishwasher Packs, Extra Toilet Paper