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Car Shipping To and From New Mexico

Planning a move or trip can be stressful. Don’t add to the stress by driving your vehicle for countless hours. We can take care of that part for you! Auto shipping companies have the equipment and know-how to make vehicle transport in New Mexico stress-free.

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For more information on shipping your vehicle to or from New Mexico, use the form above to begin your free quote.

The State of New Mexico

New Mexico, a mountainous state located in the southern Rocky Mountains of the United States. The state is known for its wonderful desert landscapes, snow capped mountains, hot springs, and remarkable spots and monuments. The state has a cultural mix of European American, Native American, and Mexican heritage, making it so attractive to locals and tourists all year round.

Culture and Art

Arts communities and cultural traditions are found all around the state of New Mexico. If you’re a history and art seeker, don’t miss visiting the Native American communities and pueblos, where you can directly interact with local artists. 

Also, exploring the landscapes of towns and lakes while enjoying impressive cultural performances is another exciting way of putting your creativity and imagination to run wild. Numerous museums and art centers are found all across New Mexico, where you can learn more about the state's culture and its impact on the nation’s history.

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Food and Drink

The cultural mix in New Mexico’s cuisine is extraordinary. While blending all flavors from Spanish and Native American cultures, you can taste the delicious New Mexican chile in both red and green varieties. There are multiple restaurants, craft beer houses, wineries, and cooking schools where you can enjoy the best recipes in town. 

If you’re a sweet lover, New Mexico is the perfect place to enjoy a variety of delicious spots to satisfy your sweet tooth. Check some of the best:

  • Kakawa chocolate house, Santafe

Taste multiple varieties of chocolate, including chili elixir as one of the visitor's faves. Enjoy the decadent drinking chocolates based on ancient recipes. 

  • Green Chile Fritter from Rebel Donut, Albuquerque

This local donut hotspot is one of the most attractive and sweet donut places in New Mexico. The place offers you multiple ways of creating unique donut flavors.

  • Cherry Ristra Ice Cream from Taos Cow, Taos

Near Taos Ski Valley, try the best ice cream in town. The spot has fans across the West Coast that come especially to try the varieties of delicious ice cream offered there.

Top Tourist Attractions

  • Carlsbad Caverns National Park

Carlsbad Caverns National Park is primarily subterranean and has close to 120 recognized caverns. One of the most well-known tourist destinations in New Mexico is the alien subterranean terrain, which was carved and deposited in an ancient sea. 

  • White Sands National Monument

One of New Mexico's most beautiful settings, White Sands National Monument, is only a half-hour drive from Alamogordo in the state's southern region. It is encircled by rough mountains and is located in the Tularosa Basin. Here, 60-foot-tall dunes continually being moved by the wind have formed out of the white sand, creating visually appealing patterns.

  • Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

The world's biggest hot air balloon festival, attended by more than 80,000 people each fall in Albuquerque, is held there. The festival began in 1973 in a parking lot with only 13 balloons and has expanded to fill a 365-acre park with more than 500 balloons. 

  • Bandelier National Monument

Bandelier National Monument is home to some of the state's most striking volcanic vistas and ancient ruins. The region was probably inhabited between AD 1150 and 1600 and served as the original home of the Pueblo people.

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Fun Facts

  • There have been people living at Taos Pueblo for more than a thousand years.

  • No other state has more PhDs per resident than New Mexico.

  • Santa Fe is the highest state capital in the union.

  • From the summit of Capulin Volcano, you can see five different states.

Major Cities in New Mexico

  • Albuquerque

  • Santa Fe

  • Las Cruces

  • Roswell

  • Las Vegas

  • Taos