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Dancing Car by Laurel Wyckoff, via Flickr  Marigold Parade 2012 Dia De Los Muertos

Dancing Car by Laurel Wyckoff, via Flickr Marigold Parade 2012 Dia De Los Muertos

With the Summer heat rapidly approaching, it's time to start thinking about the best places to take a swim and cool down. It's a fact New Mexico has more land-to-water than any other state in the US.  http://www.pagosaspringsluxproperties.com

7 Unknown New Mexico Swim Spots you Have to Hit

With the Summer heat rapidly approaching, it's time to start thinking about the best places to take a swim and cool down. It's a fact New Mexico has more land-to-water than any other state in the US. http://www.pagosaspringsluxproperties.com

Parents teamed up with TripAdvisor to find all-inclusive resorts in the U.S., the Caribbean, and Mexico that are rated highly by families. We then dug further to home in on places that expose your kids to cool activities—from treasure hunts to trapeze tricks—while you’re off trying something new or happily doing nothing. Start planning now!

10 Best All-Inclusive Travel Resorts

Parents teamed up with TripAdvisor to find all-inclusive resorts in the U.S., the Caribbean, and Mexico that are rated highly by families. We then dug further to home in on places that expose your kids to cool activities—from treasure hunts to trapeze tricks—while you’re off trying something new or happily doing nothing. Start planning now!

Number 5: Probably the best known cave in the world and for good reasons. Located in Southeastern New Mexico, this National Park draws over 700,000 visitors each year. With over 20 different chambers, or rooms, 16 species of bats, and an average summer temperature of a cool 58°. With rooms like “The Hall of the Giants”, an amazing 350,000 square foot cave. You could spend countless hours, if not days exploring this national treasure.

10 Most Amazing Caves in the World

Number 5: Probably the best known cave in the world and for good reasons. Located in Southeastern New Mexico, this National Park draws over 700,000 visitors each year. With over 20 different chambers, or rooms, 16 species of bats, and an average summer temperature of a cool 58°. With rooms like “The Hall of the Giants”, an amazing 350,000 square foot cave. You could spend countless hours, if not days exploring this national treasure.

Taos, New Mexico. Known as ‘Sol Ship,” the one bedroom, one-bath “earthship” uses a passive solar heating and cooling system for off-the-grid living.

Taos, New Mexico. Known as ‘Sol Ship,” the one bedroom, one-bath “earthship” uses a passive solar heating and cooling system for off-the-grid living.

Museu Soumaya, Mexico City. Both old and new, Mexico is full of some great architecture.

12 cool places to visit in Mexico

Museu Soumaya, Mexico City. Both old and new, Mexico is full of some great architecture.

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