Ojo Santa Fe and Ojo Caliente are set amidst the Northern New Mexico high desert. For centuries, seekers and travelers have journeyed to these precious springs for respite and healing.
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Enchanting Northern New Mexico
New Mexico is known as the Land of Enchantment, and from the moment you arrive, you will understand why. Locals and visitors have long been drawn to its wide-open views, star-studded skies, pure air, sunny days and pristine nature. The high desert has four temperate seasons and some of the most magnificent sunsets in the world. Here, you will find ancient healing practices, iconic New Mexico culture and cuisine, adventure and incredible art and handmade goods. Whether you want to gallery-hop, explore uncrowded trails or lounge poolside, every day in Northern New Mexico is ripe for the taking. We invite you to come and see for yourself why Ojo Spa Resorts’ legendary healing waters are locally loved and globally acclaimed.
“There is something incredibly powerful and primal about being immersed in a deep pool of water surrounded by stoney cliffs and under a New Mexico sky.”
–Amanda, Editor, Journeywoman
The City Different
Santa Fe, NM
There’s a reason the world calls it “the city different.” Nestled at 7,200 feet at the base of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Santa Fe embodies everything that makes New Mexico so enchanting: cuisine, art, culture and untarnished nature. The art scene is unparalleled, with hundreds of galleries between historic Canyon Road, the newly revitalized Railyard and quirky Baca District. Each summer, Santa Fe hosts the internationally acclaimed Spanish Colonial, Indian and Folk Art Markets. Discover local treasures while perusing the gorgeous, authentic Native American-made jewelry and crafts, purveyed at the Palace of the Governors—a tradition carrying back many generations. Get into the great outdoors and explore the forests, desert and mountain trails that surround Santa Fe. And of course, don’t forget to indulge in New Mexico fare featuring green or red chile! Try both—just ask your server for your dish to be served “Christmas” style.
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Dubbed the “Soul of the Southwest,” Taos has been one of America’s foremost art colonies since the 1920s. The area is home to myriad spiritual traditions, pristine wilderness and easy-going energy, all of which have long inspired locals and visitors to create, transform and seek wellness. Taos is home to Taos Pueblo—a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the world-class Taos Ski Valley, a bustling Plaza and a majestic landscape of mountains, rivers, gorges and high desert. Take in the scenery on a drive around the Enchanted Circle or head out on a whitewater rafting trip on the Rio Grande, a National Wild & Scenic River. The town of Taos is around 40 minutes from Ojo Caliente, and offers dozens of walkable art galleries, boutiques, and eateries alongside a vibrant music scene.
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