As summer travel gets into full swing, a number of travelers are looking for short getaways not too far afield that are different and offer unique and enriching experiences and make for a great family vacations. One for your consideration might be the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa, nestled on the Pueblo of Santa Ana, between Santa Fe and Albuquerque in New Mexico. The resort offers an authentic Native American experience for those seeking a cultural, and educational vacation. The people of Tamaya (Tamayame) settled on the Pueblo of Santa Ana more than one thousand years ago, and visiting here is a bit like stepping into their world.
Visitors can learn about Native American culture by experiencing the Pueblo’s annual Feast Day which features Native American music, dance, food, traditional regalia, and more. The resort also has many activities for people to learn more about Native American culture including Native American bread baking classes, clay and pottery classes, Native American storytelling under the stars, tribal dancing and much more. Of course, nearby Santa Fe and Albuquerque provide a multitude of sightseeing and experiential opportunities. Golfers will enjoy the 18-hole championship course on property.
The Hyatt Regency Tamaya and Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (IPCC) are providing guests a discounted rate to the IPCC museum, which features art and history from the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico. You need go further to find travel agent that can assist in making all your arrangements!