Planning an Albuquerque vacation?
Think of the high desert region that encompasses Corrales, Albuquerque, and Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Over and over we hear our guests say - "We had no idea there is so much to see and do here."
"We wish we had planned to stay longer." Or "We ran out of time." Never has a guest said, "We stayed too long."
Nestled beneath the Sandia Mountains in the Rio Grande Valley, the Corrales/Albuquerque/Rio Rancho area is loaded
with exciting Albuquerque area attractions and opportunities for enthusiasts of all interests, whether it's culture,
history, the arts, or nature and outdoor activities. All of it is embraced in wonderful weather, incredible scenery,
and warm southwest hospitality. The Chocolate Turtle Bed and Breakfast is conveniently located in the heart of
central New Mexico.
Since we can not begin to describe in this space all there is to see and do close to the Chocolate Turtle, we have
provided a sampling of what a Corrales/Albuquerque, NM vacation has to offer. Links to Web sites have been provided
where available. You can also check out Dining and Shopping,
one of our other Web pages.
Culture and History
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Acoma Pueblo "Sky City"
National Hispanic Cultural Center
San Ysidro Historic Home in Corrales
Petroglyph National Monument
Jemez State Monument
Coronado State Monument
Old Town Albuquerque
Sandia Peak Tramway and Ski Area
Albuquerque Biological Park
(Botanic Gardens, Aquarium, and Zoo)
Rio Grande Nature Center State Park
Corrales Bosque Nature Preserve (great for walking and bird watching)
Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge
Valles Caldera National Preserve
Bandelier National Monument
Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument
Hot Air Ballooning
Sandia Mountain foothills biking and hiking trails
Other Points of Interest
University of New Mexico
Calendar of Events
Wineries - Corrales
Milagro Vineyards and Winery
All Other New Mexico Wineries
If you plan to visit any of the Pueblos or the Navajo or Apache Nations, you may wish to read about
cultural etiquette for visitors.
Check out the
Albuquerque Convention and Visitors Bureau
Web site for more information on attractions in the area.
Some photos courtesy of www.marblestreetstudio.com.