Revel in the rich colors of historic Santa Fe, New Mexico, with its Pueblo-style architecture, creative arts, sumptuous cuisine, and Spanish and Native American influences dating back centuries. Begin in this 400-year-old city with an exploration of its well-preserved historic homes, including one of the oldest residences in the United States. Revel in a docent-led tour of the dazzling International Museum of Folk Art, which houses the largest gathering of global folk art in the world. Travel to Taos to visit its UNESCO-listed pueblo, a living Native American community inhabited for 1,000 years. Stop for an extraordinary visit to the 400-year-old shrine Santuario de Chimayó, a pilgrimage site whose soil is thought to have healing powers.
You will also immerse yourself in the private world of Georgia O'Keeffe, who made her home in Santa Fe's surrounding landscapes. Behold the colorful desert, expansive skies, and magnificent mesas and cliffs inspired many of her masterpieces. Enjoy a morning devoted to O'Keeffe and her genius, with a visit to her home and studio in Abiquiú and an exclusive landscape tour of Ghost Ranch, depicted in several of her paintings. Special meetings with Santa Fe's vibrant community of contemporary artists will make this trip even more exceptional.