Feel your worries melt away in the peace of a secluded cabin surrounded by nothing but the serene beauty of forested mountain peaks.
A trip to New Mexico’s largest city is not complete without taking in the city's culture and exploring the architectural styles of its Native American and Spanish ancestry.
Whether you’re looking for an authentic adobe, a retro trailer, or even an off-grid Earthship with endless luxuries, there’s some incredible Airbnbs in the Land of Enchantment.
Santa Fe is home to a vibrant arts scene, some of the US’s oldest buildings, and is in close proximity to some of the country’s best hiking and nature-scapes — the Airbnbs aren't bad either.
“People who live in Arizona have easy access to some of the most extraordinary landscapes on the entire planet,” says Rick Quinn, “and I’m continually amazed by how few Arizonans take advantage of more than a tiny fraction of their options.” Rick is the author of the new book Arizona and New Mexico: 25 Scenic Side Trips, a guide to road trips that start and end at Interstate highways but take travelers into the heart of what makes the Southwest so captivating.