Taos Pueblo is the ancient town of the northern Tiwa tribe, located just one mile north of modern Taos. The Pueblo’s reddish-brown adobe housing, built between 1000 and 1450 AD is a National Historic Landmark and a World Heritage Site and it remains occupied to this day. Be sure to taste the delicous Inidan bread baked in the traditional earthen oven and drink the cold locally made root beer.
Ride everything from a llama to a hot air balloon to get the best views of the Rio Grande Gorge and the Taos Plateau volcanic field. Take a ride on the « Taos Box » on the Rio Grande on a spectacular guided raft trip and admire the spectacular views from the Rio Grande Gorge bridge at sunset.