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10 Must-Visit Places in New Mexico for a Memorable Vacation

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Carlsbad Caverns National Park: This national park is home to a series of limestone caves with stunning formations. You can take a guided tour of the caves or explore them on your own. 

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The Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument: This national monument is home to a series of cliff dwellings built by the Mogollon people. You can take a guided tour of the cliff dwellings or explore them on your own.  

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Santa Fe: This city is known for its art scene, Spanish colonial architecture, and delicious food. You can visit the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, take a walk through the Santa Fe Plaza, or try some New Mexican cuisine.  

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Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs: This spa is located in the Jemez Mountains and is known for its hot springs. You can relax in the hot springs, get a massage, or take a yoga class.  

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Bandelier National Monument: This national monument is home to a variety of archaeological sites, including cliff dwellings, petroglyphs, and pictographs. You can go hiking, camping, and horseback riding in the monument.  

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The Pecos National Historical Park: This national historical park is home to the ruins of Pecos Pueblo, a major Ancestral Puebloan settlement. You can take a guided tour of the ruins or explore them on your own.  

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El Malpais National Monument: This national monument is home to a lava field, a volcanic crater, and a number of hiking trails. You can go hiking, camping, and rock climbing in the monument.  

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White Sands National Park: This national park is home to the world's largest gypsum dunefield. You can go hiking, sand sledding, and camping in the park.  

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Taos Pueblo: This pueblo is one of the oldest continuously inhabited communities in North America. You can take a tour of the pueblo or learn about its history and culture.  

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Mesa Verde National Park: This national park is home to a number of cliff dwellings built by the Ancestral Puebloans. You can take a guided tour of the cliff dwellings or explore them on your own.