Pueblo Golf: New Mexico
Spa on the Santa Anna Pueblo. Welcome to New Mexico cocktail party. Dinner at hotel or the Santa Ana Casino.
Day Two: Early breakfast then play Twin Warriors Golf Course. After lunch tour of the Albuquerque "Old Town."
Wander through the Plaza and look into the back alleys for a unique shopping experience. It's a great place to
purchase cowboy boots. Finish the day with one of New Mexico's premier treats, an enchilada at Sadie's washed
down with a margarita or two.
Day Three: On the move again to the eastern slopes of the Sandia Mountains for a late morning round at Play Paa-
Ko Ridge Golf Course. After golf take a ride on the Sandia Peak Tramway for cocktails and a magnificent sunset.
Return to the Hyatt for a western dinner and entertainment at the local Coronado Grill.
Day Four: A free day to enjoy Tamaya's leisure activities, relax at poolside, take a hot air balloon ride, horse back
through the desert, a nature walk, or a carriage ride along the river. Stick around Tamaya to enjoy dinner at the Corn
Maiden and get into your cowboy boots for country western dancing in the night club.
Day Five: A morning departure from Tamaya for Santa Fe. On the way play the Pueblo de Cochiti Golf Course. After
Golf continue north to Santa Fe and lodge at the Hacienda at the Hotel Santa Fe, a truly Native American hotel in
down town Santa Fe and just a short walk from the Santa Fe Plaza.
Day Six: After breakfast take a short journey north to the Towa Golf Resort and play a choice of three nines, the
Boulder, Pinion and Butterfly. After golf and head back to town for a stroll through the Santa Fe Plaza, the very soul
of the city. Shop for Navajo, Hopi or Zuni silver jewelry and turquoise and wander through native and contemporary
art galleries. Dine at one of Santa Fe's many fine restaurants.
Day Seven: With so much to see in Santa Fe, another day free of golf if you wish. Join a city tour or visit The Place of
Governors, St. Andrews Cathedral, Georgia O'Keefe Museum, Museum of Indian Art and Culture are among places
Day Eight : Play Black Mesa Golf Club, one of New Mexico's finest courses. After golf visit Los Alamos, learn about
the Manhattan Project at the Bradbury Science Museum and visit the Ancient Cliff Dwellings of Bandelier National
Day Nine: Breakfast and check out. Transfer to Albuquerque International Airport for the flight home, or skip over the
border to Nevada for a few days on the Las Vegas strip.
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Base for the first half of the tour is the fabulous, high desert Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort. Set along the Rio
Grande on the Pueblo of Santa Ana, Tamaya showcases the ancient south western culture and offers the ultimate
in southwestern hospitality and comfort.
The second half at the only Native-American owned Santa Fe Hotel offers a special experience in the luxury
Hacienda offering cozy fire places, handcrafted furnishings and a strong Native-American presence.
The estimated price per person is $3195 and includes: (single add $1579)
Price is subject to availability and exchange rates at the time of booking. This programs can be arranged on any
date for two to sixteen individuals wishing to travel independently with friends.
Deposit policy: A 20% deposit is required before booking with full payment 45 days before departure
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