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Puye Cliff Dwellings

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Puye Cliff Dwellings

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The tour of the cliff dwellings is a must. Our guide was very knowledgeable and friendly. Try it and prove me wrong
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We learned so much from our tour guide Andy on the two hour Adventure Tour. How the people lived, interacted, survived. Well worth the drive and the time spent here. We went to Bandelier National Monument after this. So glad we did Puye first. It gave us a much better context
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We considered ourselves very lucky that this special place was open. You can take photos from the visitor centre or take a tour. We did the Mesa top tour in a van with the charming and knowledgeable Samantha. The view from the top was stunning - snowcapped mountains all
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How did the guys carve the caves in the stone and build houses outside the caves, really. We are so soft now... I liked getting up close and seeing the animal carvings in the stone. But wish we got there earlier, the last tour to the top was 3pm so we could only do the
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Years ago when we visited this park you could drive through it yourself. At that time you were only required to pay $5 per camera fee when you entered the park. Due to vandalism that has stopped and you now sign up and take guided tours. You park your car and they drive you
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