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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the average price per night for accommodation in Alamogordo?
Usually, a stay in Alamogordo starts at $56 per night.
Is it possible to find vacation rentals in Alamogordo?
You can find and compare 183 offers in Alamogordo and book an ideal place for your next getaway.
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Be enchanted by “The Land of Enchantment” with a trip to Alamogordo. This southern New Mexico city is known for its desert landscape, space history and delicious Mexican food. Whether you’re visiting for a day or week, Alamogordo has vacation rentals perfect for your southwest adventure. Book your trip to Alamogordo today!
Things to do in Alamogordo
A visit to Alamogordo is not complete without a stop at White Sands National Monument. The crystal white hills against a fiery red New Mexico sunset will be the perfect backdrop for any photo or selfie. Bring a sled or rent one at the visitor’s center for a unique activity fun for the whole family. You should also check out the New Mexico Museum of Space History, which has a planetarium and space artifacts. Other things to do in the city include a visit to the Pistachio Tree Ranch & Arena Blanca Winery to see the “World’s Largest Pistachio” and a stop at Si Senor’s for authentic New Mexican food.
Day Trips from Alamogordo
Alamogordo is just under a three-hour drive south to Carlsbad, home of Carlsbad Caverns National Park. Hidden nearly 1,000 miles beneath the Chihuahuan Desert, Carlsbad Caverns cannot be missed. You can take an elevator down to the cavern or hike into the main cave. Private lantern tours are also available if you’re feeling more adventurous. While you’re in the area you should stop by Roswell, famous for mysterious alien landings. The town has fun alien-themed activities and even a museum. Drive about three hours north of Alamogordo to visit Albuquerque. Here you can visit scenes from the television series “Breaking Bad,” take a ride on the Sandia Peak Tramway or go the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta!
Worried about where you’re going to stay on your trip to New Mexico? There’s no need when there are so many vacation rental options in Alamogordo. Whether you’re on a budget or want the comfort of a private home, Tripping has it all. Several hotel chains are in Alamogordo as well.
Transportation in Alamogordo
The nearest airport is about two hours away in El Paso, Texas. From the airport, you could either rent a car or take a shuttle service for $100 and up. You can also fly into the Albuquerque International Sunport, however, you would need to rent a car to get to Alamogordo.