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Native New Mexican Adventure

Sun Jul 28, 12:42 PM - Tue Aug 06, 12:42 PM
Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails

Get immersed in Southwestern art and ancient culture in the Land of Enchantment on this incredible tour. You’ll experience firsthand the Hispanic and Native American roots of New Mexico’s unique culture by visiting a living museum, El Rancho de las Golondrinas, to explore life in colonial New Mexico. Plan on visiting at least one local pueblo to learn about their feast days, dances, lifestyle, and participate in parts of daily pueblo life! You’ll see the art of Georgia O’Keeffe and spend a night in the gorgeous painted desert landscape that inspired her world-famous creations. One day will be spent a day in Santa Fe visiting galleries and museums, then explore the mind-blowing interactive art installation at Meow Wolf. Then off to Bandelier National Monument to tour the ruins of ancient cave dwellings inhabited more than 11,000 years ago, followed by a visit to the Indian Pueblo Cultural center to learn about New Mexico’s 19 pueblos, watch traditional dances, and eat native cuisines. Spend your final day in New Mexico strolling the shops at Old Town, Albuquerque’s 300-year-old plaza, before you take the Sandia Peak Tramway to see the best view of the city from more than 10,000 feet in elevation.

This Destination is perfect for the girl looking to experience the great American Southwest and the rich history of New Mexico. If you love travel, beautiful landscapes, exciting food, inspiring art, and cultural experiences, this is the trip for you.

Girls who attend this trip will walking, hiking, and camping at elevations of 5,000 – 8,500 ft. Once girls have been accepted they will also get the chance to weigh in on additional activities and tours that will be offered. Experience with camping and outdoor cooking is recommended but not required. An open mind and interest in learning about the rich, native history of New Mexico is.

We’re looking for adults (women 18 and older) to help lead this trip! Contact Cecilia Chavez for more information.