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Corn Maiden Tours

200 Rosemont Ave NE, Albuquerque, NM 87102-1599
+1 505-615-9675
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Corn Maiden Tours is operated by Mae Araujo, archaeologist and Amy Atkins, nature/wine connoisseur. The partners are Southwest experts offering guests personal tours and culturally immersive experiences in the Land of Enchantment. All tours are customized and can be adjusted to individual preferences even while already on the tour. Corn Maiden's goal is to offer tours that are tailored to individuals who prefer private intimate tours, for 1 to 6 guests. Tours include traditions, culture and history of the land from a first-hand perspective. Discovery Day Tours include: Santa Fe, Taos, 19 Indian Pueblos, Albuquerque and vicinity, all archeological sites. Discovery Multi-Day Tours include: Chaco Canyon, Aztec & Salmon Ruins, Mesa Verde and Anasazi Heritage, Canyon De Chelly and more. You choose the destination and we take you there! Join us and "Start making your memories" of the Southwest.
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200 Rosemont Ave NE, Albuquerque, NM 87102-1599
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Reviewed yesterday

Had a great day touring down to see the Very Large Array which is amazing. Amy and Mai were excellent guides and provided lots of information. They included a couple of surprise stops that turned out to be very interesting and fun.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Mae did a wonderful job on our tour. She is so knowledgeable and sharing of her knowledge of culture, history, archeology, etc. also an excellent driver. We have already recommended her to our friends and neighbors. Definitely the only way to see the city in...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I went with the Corn Maidens on they’ll day tour of Jemez Pueblo, springs and falls. The drive there was spectacular and the guidesvwere very knowledgeable if the geology of the terrain.!we stopped at the Walatowa museum and visitor center and walked up to the...More

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Reviewed 19 February 2018

Acoma exudes a special spiritual energy, and the women of Corn Maiden Tours know how to tap into it! Not only do they know local Acomas, but they understand the landscape and its magical essence. I adore the indigenous ambience and appreciate the expert guidance...More

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Mae A, Owner at Corn Maiden Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 19 February 2018

Thank you Candace for allowing us to be part of another one of your wonderful adventures in New Mexico. Hope to see you again!~

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Reviewed 12 February 2018

We took the Santa Fe two-day tour with Mae Araujo when we spent Xmas eve in there at the Drury Plaza Hotel, ate dinner at il Piatto Italian Farmhouse Kitchen. Watched the Farolito lighting at the Plaza, walked up and down Canyon Road. The magical...More

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Mae A, Owner at Corn Maiden Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 13 February 2018

Thank you for your review. I look forward to guiding wonderful people like you!

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Reviewed 11 February 2018

Corn Maiden Tours engage their own Acoma Pueblo guide and storyteller. He made the legends come alive, and connected us emotionally with his people's trials and triumphs. I could feel that Acoma is a center of spiritual power in New Mexico. The vistas from "Sky...More

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Mae A, Owner at Corn Maiden Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 12 February 2018

Thank you for your beautiful review. It was our pleasure to guide you!

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Reviewed 10 February 2018

My wife and I went to Sante Fe, New Mexico to take in all the beauty it offers. There was so much to see that we decided to take a tour and learn about the history, art and culture. We hired the Corn Maiden Tours...More

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Mae A, Owner at Corn Maiden Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 12 February 2018

You gals were to great to guide! Very enthusiastic and eager to learn about the history of our beautiful state. I hope to have the privilege again! Thanks for coming to new Mexico!

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Reviewed 5 February 2018

Mae and Amy are unique guardians to the vast stories of New Mexico. The history, the depth of exploration... I enjoyed watching a coyote with them on the rio grande in downtown Albuquerque while learning how Cottonwood trees hold water.... all in an urban setting...More

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Mae A, Owner at Corn Maiden Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 13 February 2018

Hi Chaz, I really appreciate your review of our time together. I hope your travels to Europe are wonderful and filled with revelations. Happy trails, Mae

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