The Hyatt Regency Tamaya Helps to Share Native American Traditions

The Hyatt Regency Tamaya is a family-friendly resort that gives guests an opportunity to share Native American traditions and learn about indigenous culture. With activities for both adults and children, the resort provides an educational experience for families who want more out of their vacation.

The Hyatt Regency Tamaya is a resort that is owned by the Santa Ana Pueblo reservation and managed by Hyatt. The resort provides an educational experience through a program called 'Srai-Wi', which translates into 'gathering my children' in Tamayame. Through a number of immersive activities, guests learn about the Tamaya people and their history. Some of these activities include Native American Jewelry classes, guided nature walks through the reserve and even a weekly rodeo.

The idea behind the Srai-Wi program is to give families a more educational vacation experience by teaching them about the history of Native American culture in New Mexico.