Travel to New Mexico

New Mexico - Land of the Enchanted


New Mexico is popularly called “The Land of Enchantment. The state is the fifth largest and the 36th most populated state with a population that rounds two million people. A state with an incredible culture, beautiful places, fantastic weather, and some of the most amazing natural landscapes.

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Geography


To start things off, you should know that New Mexico is the fifth largest state in the country with a total area of 121,699 square miles, 250 of which are covered by water. This amount of water is primarily part of the Rio Grande, the most important river in New Mexico. This river crosses through the whole state and has an extension of around 1,896 miles being the fourth longest river in the United States.

New Mexico has also a really varied geography that includes some of the most beautiful forests, mountains, and even deserts. Even the territory has some variations, you can easily distinguish the three major types of zones, which are divided into the Rocky Mountain Zone in the north-central part; the plains which are the most extense, primarily found in the eastern part; and the Intermountain Plateau.

New Mexico also has some of the highest mountains in the country, especially located in the Sandia Mountains where is located Albuquerque, the highest major city in the United States with an elevation of around that ranges from 4,900 to 6,700 feet above sea level.

New Mexico Cities

Historically New Mexico only had nine counties in its territory that were settled in 1852. As it currently stands, the state is divided into 33 counties and subdivided into 102 municipalities. The majority of these cities vary in population from around 1,000 people (for example Santa Clara Pueblo) to more than 550,000 people (as in Albuquerque).

What to do in New Mexico

Culture, landscapes, and art are just some of the main characteristics that describes New Mexico, and each of this categories has a lot of activities that you could do. If you still cannot decide which place you have to visit first, here we list to you some of the most attractive places and events at New Mexico that will be a great experience for you.

● Santa Fe Opera House
The perfect place for you to appreciate music in a relaxing environment can be found under the roof of an Opera House built in 1956. The Santa Fe Opera House is a must if you truly love music. Abundant space, repertoires for any and all musical tastes, all can be found in a comfortable space away from the rest of the city. And that is what makes this opera house so special.

● New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science.
A great way to learn a lot of things about the Earth's history can be found at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science. An always open policy and a lot of fossils dating all the way back into the Ice Age and the Jurassic Age makes this a truly special experience across the Natural History of our planet.

● Carlsbad Caverns
One of the most amazing natural views New Mexico has to offer are the Carlsbad Caverns, that offer an underground view of the land. You can join to a tour and walk 1.25 miles into the depths of the earth. Explore different caves and rooms dating back 250 million years and feel the most amazing natural experience in all of New Mexico.

● Museums
If you love art let us tell you that the land of enchantment can also captivate you through art, with the Liquid Light Glass, Meow Wolf Museum, or Georgia O´Keeffe Museum as only some examples of the most representative museums in this amazing state.

● Sandia Peak Tramway.
This historical activity can be found 10,378 feet into the sky. Sandia Peak Tramway is an aerial tram ride located in the high mountains of Albuquerque, crowning itself as the longest of the entire US and the third longest in the world. If you want a front row seat for some of the best views of the mountains, you definitely have to add this trip to your list.

● Natural landscapes
Deserts, mountains and forests can all be found in New Mexico, with the Carlsbad Caverns National Park, White Sands National Monument, and the Bandelier National Monument being just some of the best landscapes the state of New Mexico can offer to you.

● Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.
This festival is held the first full week of October where hundreds of colorful balloons cross the sky every morning in a beautiful parade that attracts more than 750,000 yearly tourists since it began in 1972. This festival is not just enjoyed from the sky, this artistic colored balloons make this parade one of the most photographed events in the entire world.


Historically New Mexico only had nine counties in its territory that were settled in 1852. As it currently stands, the state is divided into 33 counties and subdivided into 102 municipalities. The majority of these cities vary in population from around 1,000 people (for example Santa Clara Pueblo) to more than 550,000 people (as in Albuquerque).

New Mexico Cities

Historically New Mexico only had nine counties in its territory that were settled in 1852. As it currently stands, the state is divided into 33 counties and subdivided into 102 municipalities. The majority of these cities vary in population from around 1,000 people (for example Santa Clara Pueblo) to more than 550,000 people (as in Albuquerque).

New Mexico Cities

Historically New Mexico only had nine counties in its territory that were settled in 1852. As it currently stands, the state is divided into 33 counties and subdivided into 102 municipalities. The majority of these cities vary in population from around 1,000 people (for example Santa Clara Pueblo) to more than 550,000 people (as in Albuquerque).

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