Santa Fe is located in Northern New Mexico, USA, and is a popular destination for travelers from all over the world. Santa Fe occupies a high desert ecosystem, and is known for its mountains, expansive blue skies, low humidity, moderate temperatures, and dramatic light. Santa Fe is the oldest capital city in the United States, first inhabited by the Pueblo Indians and later colonized by the Conquistadors, and possesses a fascinating architectural and cultural heritage.
New Mexico has its own unique “Southwestern Cuisine” and Santa Fe is one of the best places to experience it. Hundreds of restaurants grace this ancient city in all styles and price ranges. There is also great coffee to be had at dozens of local coffee shops and bakeries. For the epicurean in all of us, Santa Fe features a perpetually full calendar of music, art, poetry and writing, food and wine, spiritual, and cultural events. There is a twice-weekly farmer’s market in the renovated Railyard District featuring the local produce of our robust organic farming economy.
Enjoy the Santa Fe Film Festival, Santa Fe Opera and the Aspen Santa Fe Ballet. Native American ceremonies and dances occur frequently and are open to the public. Near Santa Fe, you will find colonial churches, living pueblos and ancient ruins. Local recreational opportunities include skiing in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, rafting on the Rio Grande, and hiking on an extensive system of mountain trails.
For those tuned to the more subtle frequencies, Santa Fe sits at the South Node of the Rocky Mountains. This provides residents of the region with a fast-flowing transformational energy that can assist in life changes and a return to your essential nature. There are strong and diverse spiritual communities here, and a healing arts community with roots stretching from prehistoric times up to the modern alternative medicine movement.