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Enchanted New Mexico

  • Destination: United States RV Tours
  • Duration: 44 days

August 11 – September 23, 2026

Two Person / RV $15,995
One Person / RV $12,595
Additional Guest $6,995

Early Bird Discount $100 (if registered 12 months prior)
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Revel in the beautiful landscape

that changes with each passing mile as we travel through the Land of Enchantment and embrace New Mexico’s rich multicultural heritage. Fall in love with the deep history, never-ending natural wonders, and unbelievable sunsets. Experience the authentic culture as we travel through Navajo Nation and enjoy Native American dancers. Activate your adventurous side and opt-in to raft the Taos Box rapids on the Rio Grande. Entertain your taste buds with a variety of authentic dishes, and take a step back in time as we explore the Pueblo villages. This and so much more awaits you!


Day 1 - 6
Santa Fe, NM
● Orientation & Get Acquainted Social
● Turquoise Mining Museum
● Welcome Dinner
● Santa Fe Trolley Tour
● Loretto Chapel
● New Mexico State Capitol
● New Mexico State Museum Visit
– Visit Museum of Your Choice
● Historic Santa Fe Guided Motorcoach Tour
● Ghost Ranch – Walking Tour
● Museums of Anthropology & Paleontology
● Lunch at Rancho de Chimayo
● Chimayo Museum
● Ortega Weaving Demonstration
● El Santuario de Chimayo
● Guided Los Alamos Motorcoach Tour
● Los Alamos History Museum
● Bradbury Science Museum
● Bandelier National Monument
● Box Lunch
● Behind the Scenes Tour of the Santa Fe Opera
● Santa Fe School of Cooking
● Free Day to Enjoy the Indian Market Festivities or Explore
Day 7 - 10
Taos, NM
● Earthship Biotecture Tour
● Rio Grande Bridge Overlook
● Taos Trolley Tour
● Millicent Rogers Museum
● San Francisco de Asis Church
● Taos Pueblo – UNESCO World Heritage Centre Site
● Kit Carson Museum
● Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad Ride with Lunch
● Taos Drums Guided Factory Tour
● Time to Explore the Enchanted Circle or Raft the Rio Grande (optional)
Day 11 - 13
Farmington, NM
● Museum of Navajo Art & Culture
● Bolack Wildlife & Electromechanical Museum
● Salmon Ruins & Museum
● Chaco Culture National Historic Park
● Box Lunch
Day 14
Ute, CO
● Aztec Ruins National Monument
● View Shiprock (en route)
Day 15 - 16
Gallup, NM
● Travel through the Navajo Nation
● “Four Corners” Monument
● Richardson’s Backroom Tour
● Time to Visit Indian Trading Posts or Red Rock Canyon
● Gallup Cultural Center
Day 17
Socorro, NM
● Pie Town – Enjoy coffee & a slice of pie (en route)
● Very Large Array – National Radio Astronomy Observation (en route)
Day 18 - 22
Las Cruces, NM
● Guided Chile Pepper Garden Tour
● Free Time to Visit the Farmers Market & Las Cruces Museums
● Hatch Chile Festival (if available)
● New Mexico Champagne Brunch
● Guided Mesilla Walking Tour
● Harvest Wine Festival
● Zuhl Museum – Where Rocks Come Alive
● Visit the Chile Pepper Institute
● NM Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum
Day 23 - 25
Deming, NM
● Lunch at The Pink Store (Mexico) – Passport required for re-entry into the US
● City of Rocks State Park
● Time to Visit Silver City on your own
● Luna Rossa Winery
● St Clair Winery
Day 26 - 28
Alamagordo, NM
● White Sands Missile Range Museum (en route)
● Toy Train Depot with Train Ride
● Pistachio Farm Walking Tour with Snacks & Wine Tasting
● White Sands National Park
● NM Museum of Space History & Planetarium
Day 29 - 31
Ruidoso, NM
● Town of Lincoln – Historic Site
● Lunch at The Dolan House</span
● Guided Tour of Historic Fort Stanton
● Smokey Bear Museum & Gravesite
● Hubbard Museum of the American West
● Time to Enjoy Local Casinos or Many Outdoor Activities
Day 32 - 34
Carlsbad, NM
● Guided Carlsbad Motorcoach Tour
● Carlsbad Caverns – The 8th Wonder of the World
● King’s Palace Cavern Tour
● Box Lunch
● Living Desert Zoo & Gardens State Park
● Ranger Talk & Bat Flight (optional)
● Sitting Bull Falls
● Free Time to Enjoy the Area
Day 35 - 36
Roswell, NM
● Lunch at Local Restaurant
● Learn the History of Roswell
● Photo Op with Aliens
● International UFO Museum
● New Mexico Military Institute
● Anderson Museum of Contemporary Art
● Walker Aviation Museum
● Roswell International Air Center
Day 37 - 38
Tucumcari, NM
● Billy the Kid Museum & Grave (en route)
● Bosque Redondo Monument (en route)
● Mesalands College Dinosaur Museum
● Tucumcari Historical Museum
● Time to Explore the Famous Murals & Route 66 Venues
Day 39 - 44
Albuquerque, NM
● Guided Albuquerque Motorcoach Tour
● National Museum of Nuclear Science & History
● NM Veterans Memorial Park & Museum
● Lunch at Local Restaurant
● National Hispanic Cultural Center
● Old Town Albuquerque
● Petroglyph National Monument
● Time to Enjoy Area
● Guided Cultural Motorcoach Tour
● Isleta Pueblo St Augustine Church
● Harvey House Museum
● Valencia Flour Mill
● Lunch at Local Restaurant
● Wine Tastings (optional)
● Sandia Peak Tramway
● Albuquerque Motorcoach Tour
● Albuquerque Biological Park
– includes the Zoo, Aquarium & Botanical Gardens
● Farewell Dinner
● Hitch-up Continental Breakfast
● Hugs & Good-byes

Tour Highlights

– Turquoise Mining Museum
– Bandelier National Monument
– Travel through Navajo Nation
– Chaco National Historic Park
– Four Corners
– White Sands National Monument
– Carlsbad Caverns
– Roswell International UFO Museum
– Petroglyph National Monument
– Sandia Peak Tram Ride


– Professional Adventure Caravans Staff
– 43 Nights RV Camping
– Tickets, Admissions and Gratuities for Shows, Events, and Activities Listed
– 14 Meals Provided and 79 Events
– 6 Days of Motorcoach Transportation
– Local Step-On Guide for Area Tours
– AVC Apparel, Name Badges & Tour Pins

Additional Tour Details

– Comfortable Walking Shoes Recommended
– Total Miles 1,679
– Longest Travel Day 215 Miles
– Frequent Caravan Miles Earned Upon Completion of Tour $80


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Enchanted New Mexico

  • This was our first Rally. We found the Adventure Caravan people at the FMCA convention in Indianapolis and at this Rally to be outstanding. Leonard and Lois S.
    Leonard & Lois
  • We would never experience such a variety of activities, visit so many places or meet so many interesting people if we traveled on our own. A big plus. Safety in numbers! Allan & Pat
    Allan & Pat H.
  • Good Value for the money. Our leaders communicated details of the trip very well. Ron & Martha M.
    Ron & Martha M.
  • We have been on 14 caravans/rallies. All were great! They were very structured, but left you the Freedom to do your own thing! Don & Pat
    Don & Pat C.
  • This is our first caravan and we enjoyed it so much we signed up for three more. Jack and Jean A.
    Jack & Jean A.
  • If you are looking for a way to travel with peace of mind and meet like-minded Travelers-lead by friendly, knowledgeable staff - Adventure Caravans is the company for you.
    Ron & Pauline C.