Journeys International, Inc. - Santa Fe NM

Journeys International, Inc. - Santa Fe NM Leading group tours from Santa Fe, NM since 1987... South & Central America, Europe and beyond! Tours developed and led by Rosa Ramirez Carlson.

Established in 1997. Journeys International Inc. was founded by Rosa Ramirez Carlson as an international tour operator and has grown into a trusted destination for group travel excursions to different countries throughout the world. Journeys has led numerous tours for hundreds of travelers of all experience levels to exotic locations around the world. Our established travel contacts help us find and develop the most unique getaways to help reward you with once in a lifetime experiences. As well as organizing and leading tours for the culturally aware public, Journeys International and Rosa have organized and led tours for non profit cultural institutions and their support groups; including the Denver Art Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, the Museum of International Folk Art, the New Mexico History Museum, the New Mexico Friends of Archaeology, and the Council of International Relations. Rosa Ramirez C. Business Owner Rosa owes her traveling success to a simple idea she had many years ago. One that many people may have constantly but fail to act on; the insatiable desire to experience somewhere else. A native of Peru who first came to the United States as an exchange student with the AFS, Rosa was so determined to add travel agent to her repertoire that she started cleaning the office of a local travel agency just to get in the door. That determination did not go unnoticed and soon she was officially designated the title of travel agent. From there, Rosa was able to showcase her seemingly gifted ability to go above and beyond all definitions of client relations. With a strong passion for helping people along with her newly developed bilinguality, Rosa was quick to flourish into a new realm of possibilities, one in which she could not only experience the multitude of gifts the world has to offer, but share them intimately with the groups of people she would take with her.

Our hotel in Cardona, a 10th century castle! Photo courtesy of Chuck Wellborn. Off to Morocco next!
10/08/2019

Our hotel in Cardona, a 10th century castle! Photo courtesy of Chuck Wellborn. Off to Morocco next!

Beautiful shot from our tour of Spain! The church of Tahull in the town of Tahull, in the Spanish Pyrenees. Photo courte...
10/03/2019

Beautiful shot from our tour of Spain! The church of Tahull in the town of Tahull, in the Spanish Pyrenees. Photo courtesy of Bobbie Baca.

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09/04/2019

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There are still spots available!  ​Folk Art in Peru and the Art of CommunityMarch 18 - 31, 2020The FRIENDS OF FOLK ART, ...
08/19/2019

There are still spots available! ​

Folk Art in Peru and the Art of Community
March 18 - 31, 2020

The FRIENDS OF FOLK ART, a committee of the Museum of New Mexico Foundation, invites you to join Dr. Amy Groleau, Curator of Latin American & Caribbean Collections and Rosa Ramírez Carlson, a native Peruvian and owner of Journeys International, Inc., for an incredible tour to Lima, Ayacucho, in the Andes of Central Peru, Arequipa and the Colca Canyon. The tour will visit the historical neighborhoods of Barranco and Miraflores in Lima before flying to Ayacucho, a major center for folk art in Peru. With folk art traditions in wood, Huamanga stone carvings, retablos, Sarhua boards (traditional wood paintings), silver filigree, pottery, leather work and incredible weavings, you’ll see why this area is known as Peru's cultural center of indigenous art creation. We will learn of the rich traditions of folk art practiced by generations of artisans as we visit them in their studios and workshops. Along with the other sites we will visit the Museum of Memory, started by a group of women and survivors of the violence of the terrorist movement Shining Path or Sendero Luminoso.

Our tour will continue to Arequipa, a jewel of colonial architecture, founded in 1540. We will visit the Templo and Convent of Santa Catalina, the Cathedral and other sites. Our explorations will take us to one of the most magnificent sites in Peru, the Colca Canyon. Considered the second deepest canyon in the world, it is the home of the Collaguas and Cabanas, pre-Inca groups living in opposite sides of the canyon, which have preserved their culture, customs and art. An optional tour to CUZCO and MACHU PICCHU will be offered at the end of the tour.

https://www.journeys-international.com/folk-art-peru

Ayacucho, Peru.
07/12/2019

Ayacucho, Peru.

Journeys International, Inc. - Santa Fe NM
05/09/2019

Journeys International, Inc. - Santa Fe NM

A couple of my favorites from Bolivia!  Thinking of heading back next year...
05/09/2019

A couple of my favorites from Bolivia! Thinking of heading back next year...

Excited to introduce you to the Wonders of Morocco! October 11 - 26th, 2019. Stay tuned for updates!
03/12/2019

Excited to introduce you to the Wonders of Morocco! October 11 - 26th, 2019. Stay tuned for updates!

Remote Spain: Foothills of the Pyrenees - September 21 - October 6, 2019 | An Unforgettable Tour with Dr. Donna Pierce -...
02/02/2019

Remote Spain: Foothills of the Pyrenees - September 21 - October 6, 2019 | An Unforgettable Tour with Dr. Donna Pierce - https://mailchi.mp/3838c595c69a/2m63m5eoez Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to join us on a unique tour of Remote Spain!!

TLAQUEPAQUE! Lovely artisan town near Guadalajara, Mexico..
02/01/2019

TLAQUEPAQUE! Lovely artisan town near Guadalajara, Mexico..

Reach Your Fundraising Goals!  Group Tours with Journeys International, Inc.​Journeys International is looking to offer ...
01/28/2019

Reach Your Fundraising Goals! Group Tours with Journeys International, Inc.

Journeys International is looking to offer group tours as a way for local non-profits & cultural organizations to meet their fundraising goals in 2020 and beyond.

This is a very low risk and low cost opportunity to explore a destination that is unique to your organization, exhibition schedule and/or the interests of your supporters!

Contact me today for more info at: [email protected]

Or visit www.journeys-international.com/fund-your-organization for more info.

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Journeys International, Inc. - Santa Fe NM
01/11/2019

Journeys International, Inc. - Santa Fe NM

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01/11/2019

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12/31/2018
Nas Daily

Time to expand your world!

This isn't a cheesy travel video.
This is one of the most personal videos I've made so far

It documents the journey of how I was to what I am trying to become. This was very difficult to make, so I hope I was able to communicate the message clearly. If not, then I apologize. I will try harder next time.

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From the village of Lamud we drove to the village of Cruz Pata, where a short walk (0.6 mi) took us down to Karajia. The...
12/20/2018

From the village of Lamud we drove to the village of Cruz Pata, where a short walk (0.6 mi) took us down to Karajia. These striking sarcophagi, sculptured like humans, have become an icon of the area. For 750 years they have looked towards the rising sun and undoubtedly are the resting place for some elite members of the Chachapoya warriors..

See more from our tour of Northern Peru.. https://www.journeys-international.com/northern-peru-photos-2018

From the village of Lamud we drove to the village of Cruz Pata, where a short walk (0.6 mi) took us down to Karajia. The...
12/20/2018

From the village of Lamud we drove to the village of Cruz Pata, where a short walk (0.6 mi) took us down to Karajia. These striking sarcophagi, sculptured like humans, have become an icon of the area. For 750 years they have looked towards the rising sun and undoubtedly are the resting place for some elite members of the Chachapoya warriors..

See more from our tour of Northern Peru.. https://www.journeys-international.com/northern-peru-photos-2018

From the village of Lamud we drove to the village of Cruz Pata, where a short walk (0.6 mi) took us down to Karajia. The...
12/20/2018

From the village of Lamud we drove to the village of Cruz Pata, where a short walk (0.6 mi) took us down to Karajia. These striking sarcophagi, sculptured like humans, have become an icon of the area. For 750 years they have looked towards the rising sun and undoubtedly are the resting place for some elite members of the Chachapoya warriors..

See more from our tour of Northern Peru.. https://www.journeys-international.com/northern-peru-photos-2018

From the village of Lamud we drove to the village of Cruz Pata, where a short walk (0.6 mi) took us down to Karajia. The...
12/20/2018

From the village of Lamud we drove to the village of Cruz Pata, where a short walk (0.6 mi) took us down to Karajia. These striking sarcophagi, sculptured like humans, have become an icon of the area. For 750 years they have looked towards the rising sun and undoubtedly are the resting place for some elite members of the Chachapoya warriors..

See more from our tour of Northern Peru.. https://www.journeys-international.com/northern-peru-photos-2018

From the village of Lamud we drove to the village of Cruz Pata, where a short walk (0.6 mi) took us down to Karajia. The...
12/20/2018

From the village of Lamud we drove to the village of Cruz Pata, where a short walk (0.6 mi) took us down to Karajia. These striking sarcophagi, sculptured like humans, have become an icon of the area. For 750 years they have looked towards the rising sun and undoubtedly are the resting place for some elite members of the Chachapoya warriors..

See more from our journey to Northern Peru..

https://www.journeys-international.com/northern-peru-photos-2018

From the village of Lamud we drove to the village of Cruz Pata, where a short walk (0.6 mi) took us down to Karajia. The...
12/20/2018

From the village of Lamud we drove to the village of Cruz Pata, where a short walk (0.6 mi) took us down to Karajia. These striking sarcophagi, sculptured like humans, have become an icon of the area. For 750 years they have looked towards the rising sun and undoubtedly are the resting place for some elite members of the Chachapoya warriors..

See more from our journey!
https://www.journeys-international.com/northern-peru-photos-2018

From the village of Lamud we drove to the village of Cruz Pata, where a short walk (0.6 mi) took us down to Karajia. The...
12/20/2018

From the village of Lamud we drove to the village of Cruz Pata, where a short walk (0.6 mi) took us down to Karajia. These striking sarcophagi, sculptured like humans, have become an icon of the area. For 750 years they have looked towards the rising sun and undoubtedly are the resting place for some elite members of the Chachapoya warriors.

See more from our tour of Northern Peru:
https://www.journeys-international.com/northern-peru-photos-2018

Beautiful Mexico City. Our last stop before heading back to see our grand babies..
11/28/2018

Beautiful Mexico City. Our last stop before heading back to see our grand babies..

Enjoying a stroll around the grounds at the beautiful Museo Ex-Hacienda El Lencero in Xalapa, Mexico. Following the rout...
11/12/2018

Enjoying a stroll around the grounds at the beautiful Museo Ex-Hacienda El Lencero in Xalapa, Mexico. Following the route of Cortes earlier this year..

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Established in 1997, Journeys International Inc. was founded by Rosa Ramirez Carlson as an international tour operator and has grown into a trusted destination for group travel excursions to different countries throughout the world. Journeys has led numerous tours for hundreds of travelers of all experience levels to exotic locations around the world. Our established travel contacts help us find and develop the most unique getaways to help reward you with once in a lifetime experiences. As well as organizing and leading tours for the culturally aware public, Journeys International and Rosa have organized and led tours for non profit cultural institutions and their support groups; including the Denver Art Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, the Museum of International Folk Art, the New Mexico History Museum, the New Mexico Friends of Archaeology, and the Council of International Relations.

Rosa Ramirez Carlson Rosa owes her traveling success to a simple idea she had many years ago. One that many people may have constantly but fail to act on; the insatiable desire to experience somewhere else. A native of Peru who first came to the United States as an exchange student with the AFS, Rosa was so determined to add travel agent to her repertoire that she started cleaning the office of a local travel agency just to get in the door. That determination did not go unnoticed and soon she was officially designated the title of travel agent. From there, Rosa was able to showcase her seemingly gifted ability to go above and beyond all definitions of client relations. With a strong passion for helping people along with her newly developed bilinguality, Rosa was quick to flourish into a new realm of possibilities, one in which she could not only experience the multitude of gifts the world has to offer, but share them intimately with the groups of people she would take with her.