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All necessary equipment included
Led by a local guide
Make your own way to Teide National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site that surrounds Mt Teide, one of Spain’s tallest volcanoes located at the heart of Tenerife. As you travel up the volcano’s winding roads, admire the breathtaking red and ocher-hued rock in the fading light. Then, on arrival at the prearranged meeting point, join up with your expert guide and prepare to embark on a fascinating journey through the night sky. Through the lens of a professional, long-range telescope, gaze up at twinkling constellations, faraway galaxies and awe-inspiring planets. Depending on planetary alignments, you may spy the rings of Saturn and Jupiter’s many moons. Listen to your guide’s insightful commentary to discover more about star clusters and otherworldly sights as you peer through your telescope’s eyepiece. If weather conditions make it difficult to see the stars, watch in amazement as your guide uses state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment to provide a virtual tour of the inky sky. After roughly 45 minutes, your stargazing experience concludes. Bid your guide and group a fond farewell, and then make your own way back to your accommodation.
Use of a telescope
Food and drinks, unless specified
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Please wear warm clothing and comfortable shoes
In the event of bad weather conditions that might block visibility, an alternative activity will be arranged