The Stables at Tamaya
Explore the wonder of horses and take in breathtaking views of the New Mexico desert at the Stables at Tamaya. Group trail rides are $90/person and depart twice a day, depending on weather. Private trail rides and riding lessons customized to your riding experience are also available. Arrive early and learn about the special rescue horses from Tamaya Horse Rehab Non-Profit Organization or join us at the weekly Thursday night rodeo all summer!
Contact: (505) 771-6060
Check out a complimentary cruiser bike and helmet from our Recreation Department and ride through the bosque or take a trip down the road to visit the Stables. We have bikes for every age and size and toddler trailers too.
Contact: (505) 771-6100
Resort guest can experience a variety of cultural activities included in the Resort Fee. From a local artisan demonstration to sampling Huruna – traditional baked bread of the pueblo – with a variety of butters and preserves, plan ahead to immerse yourself in the local culture. Visit the link to reserve online.
Resort Arts & Crafts
Explore your creative side and enjoy a variety of crafting experiences tied to the New Mexico culture. Choose from Dream Catcher Making, Painted Pony, Clay & Culture and Gourd Painting to learn more about local culture, art and tradition. $25 per person, visit the link to reserve online.
15.3 MI / 24.58 KM AWAY
NM Jeep Tours offers guided tours year round out of Albuquerque and Santa Fe with pickups available at Tamaya’s front door. The Land of Enchantment abounds in opportunities to explore the mysteries of its ancient past and the wonders of its stunning landscapes.
Contact: (505) 633-0383
Hot Air Ballooning
This unforgettable adventure with Rainbow Ryders is a spectacular way to view the resort, Sandia Mountains and Rio Grande River Valley. As the balloon is inflated, you can join the pilot as a hands-on crew member before hopping in and soaring through the turquoise skies. Site varies based on weather.
Contact: (505) 771-6060
Enjoy a jog or run through five miles of trails winding through stunning southwest mesas and Cottonwood Bosque next to the Rio Grande. Trails are easy to moderate level.
4.9 MI / 7.91 KM AWAY
Land of Enchantment Guides offers guided fly fishing trips in the Santa Fe, Chama, and Taos areas as well as on the San Juan River and in the Valles Caldera National Preserve. All Fishing Gear Provided
Contact: (505) 629-5688
Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway
Rising from the hustle and bustle of Albuquerque,
you ascend one of America’s most stunning urban peaks. Reaching the 10,378-foot crest of the Sandia Mountains, an 11,000 square mile panoramic view awaits you. It’s an elevation of the body, mind, and soul in a mere 15 minutes.
Contact: (505) 856-7325
Sky City Cultural Center
83.9 MI / 135.06 KM AWAY
This unique cultural center and museum preserves the history of the Acoma Pueblo and includes guided tours, Acoma pottery, crafts, cultural exhibits and more.
Contact: (505) 552-7861
Kuaua/Coronado Historic Site Tours
3.8 MI / 6.05 KM AWAY
A 1.5 hour eco-tour of the Kuaua Historic site & Pueblo ruins including a native drum journey meditation. Located five miles east of Hyatt Regency Tamaya, tours depart from Tamaya lobby Monday through Wednesday at 10 am & 12 pm. Transportation provided. $45/person, max group size = 4.
Contact: (505) 600-9380
Santa Fe Selection
Santa Fe Selection is an excellent travel guide to authentic, unique things to do, outdoor and indoor activities, attractions, cultural annual events, arts & culinary adventures, restaurants, tours, museums, and more in the Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico areas.
Contact: (505) 470-2991
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
22.7 MI / 36.61 KM AWAY
Dedicated to preserving Pueblo culture, this Cultural Center showcases the accomplishments and unique history of the Pueblo people of New Mexico.
Art & Culture
One of the most talked about new art installations in the country, Meow Wolf is a totally unique and immersive art experience in Santa Fe with multimedia elements and a mysterious narrative throughout.
Contact: (505) 3956369
The Albuquerque Museum of Art & History
23.8 MI / 38.37 KM AWAY
Located in the heart of Old Town, The Albuquerque Museum of Art & History is one of the leading institutions for art, history and culture in the Southwest.
Contact: (505) 243-7255
National Hispanic Cultural Center
24.5 MI / 39.41 KM AWAY
Discover New Mexico’s vibrant Hispanic culture. The National Hispanic Cultural Center hosts more than 700 events every year to promote the advancement of Hispanic arts and humanities.
Contact: (505) 246-2261
New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
24.1 MI / 38.76 KM AWAY
The New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science preserves the natural and scientific heritage of New Mexico. Explore natural history through botany, geology and dinosaurs. The Dyna Theater features a giant screen measuring 65 feet wide by 49 feet high.
Contact: (505) 841-2800