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Explore New Mexico's Vibrant Native Communities and Cultures

From northwest to southeast and just about everywhere in between, New Mexico’s Native presence is palpable. 

It’s a presence that dates back more than two millennia, when early ancestral tribes lived as hunter-gatherers throughout the Southwest. More than 1,000 years ago, some of these groups joined together to establish permanent settlements, commonly known as pueblos. It’s a way of life that continues to this very day among New Mexico’s 23 pueblos, tribes, and nations. And one that you can experience when visiting the many Native communities that welcome respectful guests into their sovereign nations. Explore New Mexico’s pueblos, tribes, and nations for more information and history.


View a calendar of annual Native American Feast Days HERE!

Learn About Annual Markets, Gatherings & Pow Wows HERE!

View the New Mexico True Native American Guide HERE!

ATTENTION: Due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) all Native American communities are closed to visitors. Travel to these communities is discouraged. These closures are part of the larger effort by tribal and state government to minimize public exposure and protect tribal members. Please continue to visit this website for updates and to explore online resources.

Visit THIS PAGE for more information regarding travel advisories.

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