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In late July, Santa Ana Pueblo is bathed in the golden hues of summer, with clear, expansive blue skies that seem to stretch on forever.


The weather is inviting, with daytime temperatures comfortably sitting in the high 80s to low 90s, offering a perfect backdrop for exploring the sun-drenched landscapes. Evenings bring a delightful coolness, perfect for stargazing or enjoying the soft whispers of the desert breeze.


The low humidity ensures that the warmth feels pleasant rather than oppressive, making it an ideal time for outdoor activities, cultural festivals, or simply soaking in the serene beauty of this historic region.

An Extended Stay Guide for Summit Attendees

Resort Highlights
A day in Santa Fe

Your Summit Oasis: Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa


There’s a reason the Joy & Wholeness Summit selected the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa—it’s not just a hotel but an experience that encapsulates the essence of New Mexico.

Special Room Rates  

Don't forget that as a Summit attendee, you can take advantage of a special conference room rate for stays two days before and after Summit dates. 


A Resort Steeped in Culture and Luxury

Situated on 550 acres of the Santa Ana Pueblo, nestled between the Sandia Mountains and the Rio Grande River, the resort offers you an authentic journey into the ancient lands of the Tamayame people. Over a thousand years of rich history and culture permeate this luxurious desert oasis.


Tamaya Mist Spa 

Named after the soft morning mist that wafts over the Rio Grande, Tamaya Mist Spa & Salon is more than just a spa—it's a spiritual journey. Honor the Tamayame’s intimate connection with the land as you find renewal and well-being through curated treatments. 


Adventures at The Stables

Experience the desert like never before on horseback. Whether you choose to wind through desert trails, experience views from the mesas, or trot along the Rio Grande, you’ll discover a side of New Mexico that can only be appreciated on horseback. Don't miss the Tamaya Rodeo every Thursday evening in the summer. Proceeds support the Tamaya Horse Rescue program.


Twin Warriors Golf Club  

Play a round of golf at one of the Southwest's finest courses, designed with great reverence for the land and the Santa Ana people’s cultural beliefs. The course skirts the sacred banks of the Rio Grande, offering you not just a game, but a journey through high-desert landscapes.


Savor New Mexican Cuisine 

The resort's onsite restaurants serve dishes that are a culinary tapestry of the three dominant cultures in New Mexico: Native American, Hispanic, and Anglo. Whether you're craving red or green chile, enchiladas, or tamales, the chefs at Tamaya have crafted menus that honor traditional ingredients while introducing nouvelle cuisine.


Extend Your Journey

After expanding your physician and APP well-being knowledge at the Joy & Wholeness Summit, why not extend your stay and explore Santa Fe, the cultural and spiritual heart of New Mexico? Here is a handpicked list of experiences that promise to captivate your senses.
Find the unique blend of culture, luxury, and adventure that only New Mexico can offer. Trust us, you won’t regret this enriching escapade. 🌞🌵🎨


Cultural Treasures


Loretto Chapel

207 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, NM 87501


Step inside the Loretto Chapel, where history, legend, and architectural grandeur converge. The star of the chapel is the "Miraculous Staircase," a spiral staircase built without nails or center support, defying architectural logic. The atmosphere is tranquil, and the woodwork and stained glass are marvels in their own right.


New Mexico History Museum & Palace of the Governors

113 Lincoln Ave, Santa Fe, NM 87501


This museum complex is a treasure trove of the rich, multicultural tapestry of New Mexico. Explore artifacts, photographs, and interactive exhibits that cover centuries, from the Ancestral Puebloans to modern-day New Mexico. Don't miss the adjoining Palace of the Governors—a beautiful structure that has stood through four centuries.


Museum Hill

Address**: 710 Camino Lejo, Santa Fe, NM 87505


Nestled atop a scenic hill, Museum Hill is a haven for culture enthusiasts. Choose from four remarkable museums, each focusing on different facets of New Mexico’s cultural history. The museums are situated around a central plaza where you can relax and soak in the views.


Artistic Avenues


Canyon Road Arts District

Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM 87501


Canyon Road is a narrow lane that feels like a journey through a living art gallery. With over a hundred galleries, shops, and restaurants, this area showcases the heart of Santa Fe's vibrant art scene. Whether you prefer contemporary pieces or traditional Southwestern art, Canyon Road has something for every art lover.


Georgia O'Keeffe Museum

217 Johnson St, Santa Fe, NM 87501


Celebrate the life and art of Georgia O’Keeffe, the "Mother of American Modernism." This museum houses an unparalleled permanent collection of her work, including rarely displayed oil paintings, drawings, and sculptures. Temporary exhibits also provide insight into O’Keeffe’s relationships with other artists and her impact on American art.


Natural Wonders


Santa Fe National Forest


Covering 1.6 million acres, the Santa Fe National Forest offers a verdant escape from the urban world. The forest is a playground for outdoor lovers, with hiking trails, serene lakes, and an abundance of wildlife. Various trailheads offer hikes suitable for all ages and skill levels, making it a perfect family destination.


Puye Cliff Dwellings

301 NM-30, Española, NM 87532


Travel back in time at the Puye Cliff Dwellings. Once home to 1,500 Pueblo people, these fascinating cliff dwellings include caves, cliff houses, and mesa-top villages. Tours offer a rich narrative about the Santa Claran people, their history, and their contemporary life.


Social Hubs


Santa Fe Railyard

740 Cerrillos Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87505


The Santa Fe Railyard is where past meets present. This buzzing area is an urban redevelopment project that has become a gathering spot for both locals and tourists. You can find everything here, from art galleries and theaters to boutiques and food markets, making it a must-visit during your extended stay.


Cross of the Martyrs Park

600 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, NM 87501


Perched on a hill overlooking Santa Fe, this tranquil park commemorates the Franciscan friars and Spanish colonists who died in the 1680 Pueblo Revolt. The climb to the top is part history lesson, part spiritual journey, leading to a 25-foot cross. It’s a sublime location to experience Santa Fe's breathtaking sunsets.

Extend your stay and explore the rich tapestry that is Santa Fe—you won't regret it. 🌞🌵🎨

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