Visiting Santa Fe

Santa Fe—also known as “The City Different” and”The Land of Enchantment”—is rated one of the best and healthiest places to live in the United States! From the breath-taking sunsets to the wide open spaces, the long standing romance of the southwest is undeniable here.

Santa Fe enjoys a semi-arid climate, and due to the 7,000 ft. elevation, summers are often mild with warm sunny days and cool breezy nights. Because of Santa Fe’s location nestled between the Sangre de Cristo Mountains to the east, and the Jemez Mountains to the west, winters are usually mild, although we do get snow and the nights can go down below freezing at times. Although the high altitude can require an adjustment, the low humidity and clear blue skies free from smoke and smog make the Santa Fe climate ideal.

With it’s rich heritage and beautiful, diverse landscape, Santa Fe is a beacon for many artists—such as Georgia O’Keefe, who made her home here—as well as those seeking healing. There are numerous skilled practitioners available to compliment your visit, as well as support your personal growth and physical wellbeing. (References available.)

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