Taos Vacations & Travel Packages!
Taos is a town in New Mexico and county seat of Taos County in the United States. It is situated close to an eponymous Native American village and tribe called Taos Pueblo, and is famous for its art colony, skiing, and a photogenic American Indian community. Three highlights for your Taos vacations include Ranchos de Taos (a small village famous for a beautify church), Taos Pueblo (it is an ancient American Indian community) and Taos Ski Valley (that lies in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains). If you would like to save big on your ticket prices and avoiding long queues, it is advisable to book your Taos vacation packages- they are a great new way to enjoy your vacation to the max!
Taos is a year round destination but it is best to visit here in the fall season during September and early October for sightseeing. For skiing, it is advisable to come here during the winter season in January, February and March.
Places of interest in Taos
The Taos Pueblo is a 1000 year Native American community near Taos. Believed to be first inhabited in 1000 AD, it is regarded as one of the oldest continuously inhabited communities in the country. It offers a kaleidoscopic view of several vintage houses that are set across a picture-perfect mountainous backdrop.
Hacienda de los Martinez
Hacienda is a Spanish term meaning ‘a large landed estate.’ Hacienda de los Martinez was an estate and famous trade center built during early 19th century in Taos. It has now doubled up as a living museum that focuses on life and contributions of early Hispanic settlers in the Taos Valley in 1820s.
Harwood Museum of Art
Founded in 1923, the Harwood Museum of Art in Taos is the second oldest art museum in New Mexico. It would wow you with its remarkable collection of over 1700 works of art and 17000 photographic images related to the history of Taos between 18th and 20th century. You should take time to appreciate its 100 year old Spanish Colonial Revival artworks and the sacred images of Roman Catholicism.