Soak it up in New Mexico

Photo Credit: Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort & Spa

Photo Credit: Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort & Spa

West of the beautiful city of Taos is the Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort & Spa.  Ojo Caliente (literally meaning hot eye ) is home to the only springs that contain four minerals: Lithium, Arsenic, Iron and Soda. Benefits aide in healthy mood,  digestion and  sleep. These minerals can also help with arthritis,  tension headaches, fatigue, anxiety and other maladies. Centuries ago, ancestral Tewa Indians considered these waters a gift of the gods.

Imagine being slathered with skin clarifying New Mexico mud, sunbathing to golden perfection, sipping natural well water and soaking in the silky weightlessness of a 110° arsenic spring. Sound like heaven? It is!

Allow yourself the peace and tranquility you deserve with therapeutic massage, restorative body therapies, private water therapy and skin care therapy.

The Springs property consists of 1,100 acres and is adjoined to thousands of acres of national forest. Hiking and mountain biking are very popular activities at Ojo and there is nothing better than a long soak after a good hard workout! Don’t forget about the mindful yoga offered 7 days a week!

Guests can visit for a day or take advantage of the  charming Pueblo inspired accommodation. With  a full service Artesian Restaurant and Wine Bar & Lounge, your tummy is sure to get a special treatment as well!

The weather is starting to cool off, the kids are back in school, and now is the perfect time for a relaxing getaway! Our travel specialists are here to do the hard work for you! Give us a call and we’ll get you on your way!

Sonja Nash, Cruise & Travel Masters
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