Area Attractions

Check out a bike and cruise through the Bosque trails, tour the Tamaya Cultural Learning Center and experience one of our Srai Wi cultural activities. Ride the nearby Sandia Peak Tramway for an incredible view from atop the 10,378 foot Sandia Peak.

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Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa

1300 Tuyuna Trail
Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico, USA, 87004

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Hotel Activities

The Stables at Tamaya

The Stables are a true reflection of the Tamayame’s respect for their land and animals. The Tamaya Horse Rehab program embodies that spirit. Take a trail ride on a rescue horse year round or attend the weekly Thursday night rodeo during the summer.

Hot Air Ballooning

This unforgettable adventure is the ideal way to view all the incredible beauty that surrounds our magnificent resort. As the inflation process of the hot air balloons begins, you will have the opportunity to join the pilot as a hands-on crew member and build memories in an interactive way.

Srai Wi Cultural Activities

Srai Wi means “my children” in the Keresan language, the original language of the people of Tamaya. Srai Wi activities are carefully curated by our Cultural staff to offer our young guests multiple creative, unique and authentic learning experiences.

Camp Hyatt

While parents head off on their own adventures throughout the resort kids can have fun with us making traditional adobe bricks, creating their own sand paintings, learning Native American games, exploring the Bosque, learning to weave and swimming with new friends.

Outdoor Activities

Jeep Tours

NM Jeep Tours offers guided tours year round out of Albuquerque and Santa Fe with pickups available at Tamaya’s front door. The Land of Enchantment abounds in opportunities to explore the mysteries of its ancient past and the wonders of its stunning landscapes.

Santa Fe Rafting

Enjoy family-friendly trips from New Mexico's pre-eminent river outfitter, serving all of Northern New Mexico along the Rio Grande.

Fly Fishing

Land of Enchantment Guides is an ORVIS endorsed fly fishing guide service offering guided fishing trips on the best rivers, streams, lakes and private ranches in Northern New Mexico. Experience excellent fishing throughout the year, with lots of fish to be caught.

Canoeing/Kayaking

Discover the beauty and serenity of the Rio Grande as Quiet Waters Paddling Adventures introduces you to the spirit of the river.

Cultural Attractions

Sky City Cultural Center

This unique cultural center and museum preserves the history of the Acoma Pueblo and includes guided tours, Acoma pottery, crafts, cultural exhibits and more.

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

Dedicated to preserving Pueblo culture, this Cultural Center showcases the accomplishments and unique history of the Pueblo people of New Mexico.

Puye Cliff Dwellings

Visit this National Historic Landmark which is home to the ancestors of today’s Santa Clara Pueblo people.

New Mexico Monuments

Bandelier National Monument

Explore the ancestral home of modern Pueblo people. Several thousand dwellings and petroglyphs can be viewed on various trails. Hiking and biking trails are available for visitors of all skill levels.

Coronado State Monument

Kuaua, the northern most of the Tiwa villages, is where Coronado spent the winter in 1540 while searching for the Seven Cities of Cibola.

Petroglyph National Monument

Part of the National Park Service, this national monument protects a fascinating variety of natural resources, including volcanoes, archaeological sites and more than 20,000 carved images.

Jemez State Monument

A short drive from Albuquerque and Bernalillo, the Jemez State Monument Heritage Area is one of the most beautiful prehistoric and historic sites in the Southwest.

Wineries

Gruet Winery

Gruet Winery has been making acclaimed sparkling wines in New Mexico since 1984. Visit their tasting room and experience New Mexico wine country right in Albuquerque.

Corrales Winery

Sip, savor and indulge at one of New Mexico's newest wineries located near the National Scenic and Historic Byway and the early Spanish settlement of Corrales.

Art + Culture

The Adobe Theater

Since 1957, the Adobe Theater has entertained Albuquerque’s rich cultural community. This gem of the theater in the North Valley presents the finest theatrical performances to its audiences, including plays and musicals.

The Albuquerque Museum of Art & History

Located in the heart of Old Town, The Albuquerque Museum of Art & History is one of the leading institutions for art, history and culture in the Southwest.

National Hispanic Cultural Center

Discover New Mexico’s vibrant Hispanic culture. The National Hispanic Cultural Center hosts more than 700 events every year to promote the advancement of Hispanic arts and humanities.

New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science

The New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science preserves the natural and scientific heritage of New Mexico. Explore natural history through botany, geology and dinosaurs. The Dyna Theater features a giant screen measuring 65 feet wide by 49 feet high.