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The Hippest Way to Spend a Long Weekend in New Mexico

New Mexico is a haven for the unexpected. A place for those who seek to follow their own path. It is also home to some the coolest, hippest experiences you can have anywhere. Give your friends a serious case of FOMO with this bohemian itinerary.


Touch down at the Albuquerque International Sunport and check into the one-of-a-kind Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm. Take in 25 acres of lavender fields, gardens, and artwork from New Mexico’s most notable artists before making your way to a private lavender sachet making class. Enjoy artisan hand-crafted cocktails and a true farm-to-fork dinner featuring seasonal ingredients from the property’s organic farm at CAMPO. Reservations are required.


Meow Wolf Kitchen


Get your morning started right with a sunrise yoga class and organic breakfast featuring farm fresh eggs and honey from the Inn’s hive. Begin your trek north towards Santa Fe. Indulge in your choice of rejuvenating experiential activities at Sunrise Springs. Options include mindfulness meditation, a sweat lodge, expressive arts, and animal therapy with puppies and silkie chickens.

Expand your mind at one of the most talked about art exhibits in the world, Meow Wolf House of Eternal Return. This fully-interactive immersive installation takes visitors through a psychedelic multidimensional fun house while inviting them to explore clues and unravel a hidden story while they play. Wind down for the evening and savor the unique culture of the City Different with a Chef’s tasting dinner at the Hotel Santa Fe, native-owned by the Picuris Pueblo.


Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort & Spa


Sleep in and enjoy a lazy morning before heading out shopping on the historic Santa Fe Plaza. Here, you will find a wide array of boutique shops and the Palace of the Governors portal, where top artisans from local pueblos and tribes offer one-of-a-kind handcrafted treasures. Continue your journey north, and relax with a private soak at Ojo Caliente. For many generations, the Native pueblos have sworn to the healing powers of these hot springs, the only location in the world with four different types sulfur-free pools.

Continue your scenic back-road journey north and check in to Hotel Luna Mystica, a chic hotel on the Taos mesa that allows you to stay in vintage trailers from the 50s & 60s. Dine at Medley and relish in the innovative takes on familiar classics. Find the perfect pairing with the help of the in-house sommelier before browsing the wine shop for the ideal bottle to take back to the trailer.

Let your mind drift as you take part in a Silent Disco Yoga Glow class, complete with a live DJ spinning the beats. If you want to keep the music going, check out the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership next door. The brewery features both an indoor stage and spectacular outdoor amphitheater, and draws regional and national music acts year-round.

Reserve Your Trailer

Reserve Your Trailer at Hotel Luna Mystica


Hop aboard the Hotel Luna Mystica’s Wonderbus  for a tour of the local hotspots in and around Taos. Don’t miss the incredible Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, spanning 650ft above the Rio Grande. Nibble your way through a couple small plates at Parcht while sampling the expertly curated offerings on their wine list. Reminisce on all the great memories you have made before departing back home and planning your next New Mexico adventure!

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