Taos County Vacation Rentals
Looking for skiing, hiking, biking, fishing, rafting, turquoise and silver crafts, world-renowned art museums, literary history, and a thousand-year old Native American adobe pueblo? Not just anywhere. But near Georgia O’Keeffe landscapes, the Enchanted Circle, and the rivers, gorges, rolling mesas, and Sangre de Cristo Mountains of northern New Mexico? Choose a money-saving Taos area vacation rental, perhaps with adobe walls and a kiva fireplace.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site devoid of electric power lines and running water, 99,000-acre Taos Pueblo and its two adobe apartment structures have been continuously occupied for over 1,000 years. Likely one of the famed Seven Cities of Gold glimpsed by Spanish Conquistadors in the 1500s, Taos Pueblo is open to the public (closed 10 weeks, Feb.-March). Plan your Taos vacation rental stay ahead to attend a Pueblo event like September’s San Geronimo Day, a June corn dance, a July POW WOW, or a January buffalo, deer or turtle dance.