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Personal Information

"Personal Information" is information through which you can be identified. No personal information is collected without your knowledge. We only collect Personal Information that you provide voluntarily to us through completing forms and ordering on our websites. When ordering or filling out a form on our site, as appropriate, you may be asked to enter your name, e-mail address, mailing address, phone number or credit card information. These forms include:

  • • Travel Planner Requests
  • • Book, Map or Ski Tickets Purchases
  • • Contact Us form
  • • Report a Problem form
  • • Make a Suggestion form

The information collected is only what you enter in the form.

Non-Personal Information

"Non-Personal Information" is information about you or your activities through which you cannot be personally identified.  When you use the Internet, your web browser or software may transmit certain information to the servers that host the web sites you visit. Such information may include, for example, the unique number assigned to your server or Internet connection (i.e. your IP address), your general geographic location, and your interactions with the Go Sites, including what pages you look at and what information you download. 

Cookies And Information collected by Advertising Companies

When you visit the Go Travel Sites, we use "cookies" and similar technologies to help us recognize and serve you better. Cookies are small files that contain information sent by a web site that is saved on your computer's hard drive.  Cookies enable us to gather data such as web pages visited, links clicked, and material download. Cookies also are used to put a unique identifier on your computer.  This helps us to generate statistics regarding usage of the Go Travel Sites, such as the percentage of repeat visitors. This information can also help us offer better site experiences and tools.

There are different types of cookies including "browser" cookies (also known as html cookies) and Flash cookies (also known as Local Shared Objects). You can configure your browser to reject browser cookies or to notify you when browser cookies are offered so that you can accept or reject such cookies.  However, if you reject browser cookies, you may not be able to conduct some transactions or use some services on the Go Travel Sites.  However, blocking or deleting browser cookies may not block or delete other types of cookies including Flash cookies.  To learn about deleting or blocking Flash cookies, click here.

Third-party advertising companies that work with us may also use cookies and similar technologies to collect Non-Personal information at the Go Travel Sites and other web sites for a variety of purposes including providing you with advertisements that are likely to be of interest to you.  This type of ad customization is sometimes referred to as "behavioral advertising."  For more details about cookies, web beacons, and similar technologies that may be used by third-party advertising companies, click here

If you would like more information about your choices concerning behavioral advertising, including how you may opt-out of some uses of information collected by members of the Network Advertising Initiative that may collect Non-Personal Information at the Go Travel Sites, click here.


How We Use Information We Collect

Uses by the Go Travel Sites

We use personal information you provide only to accomplish the purposes for which you provided that information. Your information is used to:

  • Fulfill travel planner requests –
    We provide your contact information to our affiliates who provide the travel planner.
  • To process orders –
    When you order a book, map, or ski lift tickets, we use your information only to charge your credit card, ship the ordered items, and email order updates.
  • Respond to your suggestions and comments –
    Via the Contact Us and Make a Suggestion forms, we take your feedback into consideration for site improvements, and we may respond via email.
We will not sell, exchange, transfer, or give your public or private information to any other company for any reason other than for the express purpose of delivering the purchased product or service requested. After a transaction, your credit card information will not be stored by us.

We use Non Personal information we collect only on an aggregate basis and for statistical and demographic purposes only.

Uses by Third-parties

We do not have access to or control over cookies or other technologies third parties may use to collect information about your interests. Where any part of the Go Travel Sites link to an external website, these third party sites have separate and independent privacy policies which do not operate under the policy explained here. We suggest you review the privacy statements posted on those other web sites to understand their procedures for collecting, using, and disclosing personal information.


How we protect your information

Go Travel Sites Privacy Policy

While we want you to feel confident using our sites, it is impossible for any website to make absolute guarantees of security. However, we proactively implement a variety of security measures when you place an order, enter, or submit your personal information.

We use secure servers, and all supplied sensitive/credit information is protected by appropriate administrative, technical, and physical security procedures. We use encryption when transmitting your personal information, and we employ firewalls and other technologies to help prevent unauthorized persons from gaining access to your information.

After a transaction, your private information (credit cards, etc.) will not be stored on our servers.



Visiting our web site from outside the United States

If you are visiting our Web site from outside the United States, please be aware that your information may be transferred to, stored, and processed in the United States where our servers are located and our database is operated. Data protection and other laws of the United States and other countries may not be as extensive as those in your country, but please be assured that we make every effort pursuant to laws in the United States to ensure that your privacy is protected. By using our services, you understand that your information may be used by the Go Travel Sites and third parties with whom we share it as described in this policy.


Changes to our Privacy Policy

Future updates may be applied to this Privacy Policy. If we decide to make changes to the policy, updates will be represented here on this page.

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Santa Fe Santa Fe Santa Fe
Santa Fe has a rich cultural history and used to be considered the capital for the Spanish "Kingdom of New Mexico". These days, visitors can enjoy the many museums, galleries and dining options available in this beautiful and historic city.
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Red River Red River Red River
Northern New MexicoRed River, New Mexico! A place where fresh powder winters meet refreshing summer days. Red River offers something for everyone with its convenient scenic location in the heart of Northern New Mexico’s Enchanted Circle. Red River is the place that awakens us each day by the soothing sound of a rushing river and then again each evening as the sun sets over main street. The mountain town of Red River is New Mexico True.
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Farmington Farmington Farmington
Northwestern New Mexico is known by many as a magical place. Four Corners and the local Aztec Ruins are considered sacred ground for some and are fascinating to visit.
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Albuquerque Albuquerque Albuquerque
Diverse cultures, authentic art and vibrant traditions have shaped the centuries-old story of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Come experience the history that continues to unfold.
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Rio Rancho Rio Rancho Rio Rancho
Go-Newmexico.com is pleased to offer you a complete electronic version of the Rio Rancho, New Mexico travel planner which will be sent to you via email. Select the area(s) you're interested in below and enter your info below to receive more information.
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Village Of Angel Fire Village Of Angel Fire Village Of Angel Fire
Skiiers and snowboarders flock to the Angel Fire Ski Area to enjoy the thrills that the winter brings to the Village of Angel Fire. During the warmer seasons, visitors can hike, bike, fish, camp, horseback ride and anything else they can think of in ths beautiful area.
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Las Cruces Las Cruces Las Cruces
Southern New MexicoLas Cruces is a charming city nestled between the awe-striking Organ Mountains and the Rio Grande. There are a variety of unique local attractions and historic museums to keep visitors entertained.
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El Paso El Paso El Paso
TexasEl Paso meets not only New Mexico but Old Mexico as well, making it a place rich in culture and history. High mountains cut through the city which gives it a dramatic setting as well as a great offering of very nearby outdoor recreational opportunities such as hiking, rock climbing and mountain biking.
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Aztec, New Mexico Aztec, New Mexico Aztec, New Mexico
Northwest New MexicoThere are so many extraordinary things about Aztec. Locals and visitors alike boast about this intimate, river-runs-through-it community where the buzz is about fabulous events, top-shelf recreation, enviable climate, rich history and eclectic, small-town pleasures. Aztec fulfills the recreationalist, entices the cultured, beckons the explorer, and makes peaceful the nomadic.
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Clayton-Union County Clayton-Union County Clayton-Union County
Explore Northeast New Mexico in the Clayton- Union County area which offers many scenic and historic sites as well as a variety of attractions within driving distance that are great for 'day trips.' Come and see for yourself!
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Truth or Consequences Area Truth or Consequences Area Truth or Consequences Area
Sierra County is the Oasis of the Southwest.
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Roswell Roswell Roswell
Go beyond the obvious and make Roswell, New Mexico your brave new destination for fun and intrigue. Learn the truth about our history and see why Roswell is the mother of extraterrestrial connections. Whether you’re looking for UFOs and aliens, information about the Roswell UFO incident, cultural attractions, outdoor recreation or even chewy mozzarella, there’s plenty to uncover about this uncommon Roswell, NM place.
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Village of Ruidoso Village of Ruidoso Village of Ruidoso
Pristine and removed from the hustle and bustle of the outside world, the mountain top village has emerged as a premier resort destination of the Southwest, offering four season recreation, breathtaking views and perfectly suited meeting and lodging accommodations.
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Carlsbad - Home of Carlsbad Caverns National Park Carlsbad - Home of Carlsbad Caverns National Park Carlsbad - Home of Carlsbad Caverns National Park
Carlsbad is known for the Carlsbad Caverns National Park, but we’re also the home of Living Desert Zoo & Gardens and Brantley Lake State Parks, have the Pecos River running through the heart of town, and we boast 350 days of sunshine a year!
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Socorro Tourism Socorro Tourism Socorro Tourism
Truly a traveler’s oasis, Socorro has it all: small town charm rich in history and culture with an economy based upon cutting edge technology. Located in the hub of New Mexico off of Interstate 25, it is blessed with many restaurants, hotels and things to do and see.
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