Native Cultures Feast & Float
The beautiful Rio Grande valley is home to many Pueblo Indian tribes who still follow their traditional ways. Majestic mountains frame life-giving waters, which meander through a gorgeous land sacred to Native peoples for over a thousand years. Float a tranquil section of the Rio Grande with two guides: one to row the raft, and a Native American interpretive guide who shares Pueblo history and lore with you. The stories of the Native guides, and their unique view of the land they live in, provide an intimate glimpse of a very special and ancient culture.
After floating for about an hour and a half, you disembark to find a delicious traditional feast meal awaiting you, prepared and served by a Pueblo Indian family. This special meal includes red chile stew, blue corn posole, calabacitas, oven bread or fry bread, Indian pie, and Indian tea.
A pottery demonstration or dancing can be included by special arrangement.
We offer this magical trip in two locations: 20 minutes north of Albuquerque, and 60 minutes north of Santa Fe. This trip is suitable for seniors.
RECOMMENDED MINIMUM AGE: none
TRIP MINIMUM: 12 Participants
MEET: time and place by arrangement.
SEASON: March to November.
PRICE: $95 per person. Does not include tax and federal user fee (applicable only at northern location).