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The Taos Traveler Personalized Transportation & Touring
Enjoy a personalized guided touring experience customized especially for you! Learn about the amazing history, colorful characters and landscape in our beautiful Land of Enchantment. Give me a call, and we can craft your personalized day of adventure based on your interests!
Taos Highlights Tour
The most popular tour in Taos, visit the highlights of Taos: Taos Pueblo UNESCO World Heritage Site, Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, historic and quaint Taos Plaza, and a drive by the funky and famous Earthship neighborhood, on your fully guided small-group tour.
Taos History Tours with Robert Cafazzo
Off the Beaten Track and Hidden in Plain Sight...See for Yourself Why Taos is Much More than a Day Trip!
Ghost Tour of Taos!
No town with the long and colorful history of Taos is able to escape its past without a few resident otherworldly spirits to enliven the scene. Visit the haunted byways of the Historic District on a journey through the streets and alleyways of Paranormal Taos Plaza.
Turquoise Tours Winery Tour
Experience the first and oldest grape growing region in the country! By visiting three family wineries and their vineyards, sip your way through New Mexico wines.
Learn about ancient cultures and walk in deep history. Enjoy our food of many flavors and experience the beauty of our complex human landscape and extraordinary public spaces.
Heritage Inspirations LLC
Experience the outdoor splendors of Taos, delve into our cultural depths, and experience our funky artistic spirit on our immersive Half & Full Day Tours. Escape into our majestic skies and dynamic topography on our Overnight Backpacking Tour or Glamping Trips
D. H. Lawrence Docent Tours
D. H. Lawrence and his circle formed an important part of this cultural stream of Taos. Along with Taos’ museums, galleries, and historical structures, the D. H. Lawrence Ranch is a living representation of that legacy.
Walking Tour of Historic Taos
A Self-Guided walking tour of 22 historic Taos landmarks. Download the map or booklet and read all about the landmarks as you follow them on the blue line through Taos Historical District.