A truly unique experience! New Mexico's Native American history dates back more than 1100 years. Today, Pueblo Tours Past & Present, will guide you to historic cliff dwellings of the Tewa people, and to a present-day pueblo - you'll connect with the beautiful, honorable Native life, art & culture as it was, and as it is today.
Tour Duration: 5 hours
Minimum requirement: 2 people. Advance notice required.
Santa Fe lodging discounts available.
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Bookings: Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm
Tours customized to your schedule and subject to availability.
In the early 1900s, The famous Fred Harvey Company was the first to bring travelers to the Native American pueblos in New Mexico with what were then called Indian Detours. Join us on our Pueblo Tours Past & Present.
Take a short scenic drive from Santa Fe, into the northern New Mexico countryside. Visit stunning vistas and the ancient cliff-dwellings of the Santa Claran (Tewa) people. Connect with the Native history, lifestyle, art and culture that spans thousands of years.
After visiting the past, you’ll visit the living pueblo of Ohkay Owingeh, once known as San Juan Pueblo when claimed by the Spanish as the Capitol of New Spain in the 1500s.
Meet your local host and Native Storyteller, who’ll show you her village with pride and humor. She welcomes you in to her pueblo home to enjoy a Chef-prepared meal in authentic Native style.