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The Land of Enchantment – a nickname that could not be more spot-on. New Mexico is an amazingly picturesque and mystical state. Ghost towns, camping & hiking, fishing, shopping, amazing art, multi-cultural events are just some of the fascinating adventures you will find to do and see in New Mexico. Not to mention, the food! It’s no wonder that cooking schools play an important role in tourism. There are many new and exciting culinary delights, but New Mexico favors the tried and true. They recommend getting out and about and trying some eateries off the grid. They range from James Beard award winners to classics along Route 66. Some state highlights are the Palace of Governors in Santa Fe which is the oldest government building in the United States. Hatch is known as the "Green Chile Capital of the World". White Sands National Monument is a desert consisting of gleaming white gypsum crystals. The Navajo, the Nation's largest Native American group, have a reservation that covers 14 million acres. Las Cruces makes the world's largest enchilada the first weekend in October at the "Whole Enchilada Fiesta". Each October Albuquerque hosts the world's largest international hot air balloon fiesta. Taos, with the mysterious “Taos Hum” is a haven for those that see that world from a deeper view point. But Taos is also a marvel of beauty, dining and shopping. No matter what takes you to New Mexico, you will be forever changed for having experiencing it.