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Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic all scheduled events have been postponed/canceled until further notice.

New Mexico Travel Advisory

Please follow New Mexico State guidelines on safe travel.

Travel quarantine amended; maximum occupancy expanded for hotels that complete the NM Safe Certified program

On Sept. 3, 2020, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham issued a revised executive order amending the mandatory quarantine for individuals arriving to the state of New Mexico. In this amended executive order, individuals who travel to New Mexico from low-risk states are exempt from the mandatory travel quarantine, based on the following criteria:

  • COVID-positivity rate less than 5%, and
  • new case rate equal to or less than 80 per 1 million residents

Furthermore, individuals who can show documentation of a valid negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours before or after entry into New Mexico are exempt from the 14-day quarantine requirement, regardless of the state from which they have traveled. This exemption does not apply to persons entering New Mexico after traveling outside the United States.

Based on this criteria, the states below colored green are deemed low-risk and states and territories colored red are deemed high-risk.

covid hot spots

 

Click here to review the amended travel quarantine

Updates to maximum occupancy for lodging properties

The public health order was updated to extend maximum occupancy for hotels and lodging venues that have completed the NM Safe Certified program to 75%. The same exemptions for counting maximum occupancy written into previous public health orders still apply. Hotels and lodging properties must still operate in accordance with COVID-Safe Practices.

 

*For all lodging properties that complete the NM Safe Certified Program
Click here to review the amended public health order

Become NM Safe Certified Today
The NM Safe Certified Program, administered by the New Mexico Society of Association Executives, offers free, on-demand training modules to help tourism businesses to create a safe and responsible environment for employees and guests. Upon completion of the program, certified businesses can access the following benefits:

  • Recognition as a NM Safe Certified business
  • Usage of the NM Safe Certified seal to promote business
  • Inclusion in the NM Safe Certified business directory
  • Access to the NM Safe Certified resource toolkit
  • Participation in statewide peer learning communities to share best practices, troubleshoot common challenges, and access additional resources

People are looking towards communities and businesses that prioritize safety.

According to research from Destination Analysts, 38.8% of Americans said they will no longer consider visiting a certain destination if that destination is not managing the pandemic well. Help ensure New Mexico can continue keep our residents, employees and customers safe by becoming NM Safe Certified today.
Become NM Safe Certified Today

Uncovering Our Heritage

Hawikku, Kechiba:wa, Kwa’kin’a, Halona:wa, Mats’a:kya, Kyaki:ma, Village of the Great Kivas, Hanlibinkya, Yellow House Ruins, Heshotultha, Atsinna, Heshota Yalta and more…

 

These sites – and perhaps hundreds more like them over the past thousand years or so – were once thriving, populous pueblos spread over a large area of what is now northwest New Mexico. Today they lie in ruins, their walls tumbled down, their plazas and courtyards deserted, their fields once green with corn, beans, and squash are now covered with wind-blown sand, bushes and weeds.


Our ancestors, however, who once lived and thrived in these settlements are still among the ruins as spirits – and among us to bring blessings, rain, prosperity, long life, harmony, and peace when we have our religious ceremonies.

20 Years Experiences

Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts. Separated.

Lots of gears

Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts. Separated.

Most completed map

Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts. Separated.

Packing Advise

Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts. Separated.

Preserving Our Past

The Pueblo of Zuni considers archaeological sites to be an important part of the cultural heritage of the Zuni people, and it has passed a tribal antiquities ordinance to protect them. This tribal law makes it a criminal offense punishable by fines and imprisonment to knowingly excavate, remove, destroy, or desecrate artifacts, archaeological sites, and places of sacred importance on the reservation.


Collecting pottery shards, whole pots, and other artifacts is cultural vandalism for it rips these items from their meaningful context. Do not pot-hunt on the Zuni Indian reservation because it is illegal and culturally destructive.

 

Please do your part to help us preserve our cultural heritage.

 

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Customer Review

  • This was the perfect way to start our visit to Zuni. The staff was very helpful in showing us things to do and see. There is s great handicapped accessible toilet. There are interpretive displays and tons of resources for visitors.

    Liz H
    Traveling with Friends
  • Traverse the scrub pines and tumbleweeds over the mesas of Northwest New Mexico– here you find Zuni, a unique and special place: Upon first glance a mixed series of red clay, smallish adobe buildings. Upon closer inspection: A nation of proud, gifted, creative men, women and children.

    Baird T
    Traveling as a Couple
  • Want a tour of the Zuni outback & the oldest pueblo people who still occupy their current ancestral lands for thousands of years? Check with the Visitor Center and book a tour with Kenny. Call ahead early & make an appointment.

    Eagles Nest
    Solo Traveler
  • Kenny has a wealth of knowledge about Zuni history, customs and beliefs. This knowledge is evident in his explanations of what you see. Spending five hours with him as we did the these two tours gave us a much greater appreciation of the Zuni experience and the Puebloan culture of the southwest.

    Marty F
    Traveling as a Couple
  • The staff at the Zuni Visitor Center were very helpful. We were able to arrange for a tour of the pueblo with Otto as our guide. The Center had some interesting small cultural exhiblts.

    Matt Doe
    Christine W

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