Southwestern New Mexico Travel Guide
Plan Your Southwestern New Mexico Vacation
Calling southwestern New Mexico a borderland may seem a bit obvious, but it is one in the broadest possible sense. The proximity of Mexico is inescapable as you travel through the region, but so is the delightful blend of the people whose cultures have met and mingled in this area since long before there was a border. Southwestern New Mexico is a trove of diversity, from the scenery, to the people and their cultures, to the food.
Whether they're historic lodgings or chain hotels, you'll find many of the accommodations in this part of the state... read more
The cost of a meal in this area is extremely reasonable, although the food options are limited compared to what you'll find... read more
Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.
Mineral soak: Immersing yourself in hot mineral water is an absolute delight, and between the healing waters in Truth or... Read more
Spaceport America. It may be hard to imagine as you gaze into the infinite blue of New Mexico's southern sky, but someday soon... Read more
Symbols of Catholicism seem to be a hallmark of New Mexico, and visitors seek out adobe churches to photograph, and colorful religious... Read more
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