Gaze at the Stars on Mount Teide

Summary

This excursion to Teide National Park will provide you with the opportunity to see the universe for yourself at an altitude of over 2,000 metres above sea level where there is practically no light pollution. Constellations are King up here!

The Canary Islands are one of the best locations on the planet for observing the universe.

This excursion to Teide National Park will provide you with the opportunity to see the universe for yourself at an altitude of over 2,000 metres above sea level where there is practically no light pollution.

You will be able to view the spectacular night sky above the ravines of Teide on a pleasant summer night in great company.

The pole star, the summer triangle and a dozen shooting stars are the perfect excuse for delving into the thrilling world of astronomy, not forgetting the countless legends involving the different constellations.

What's Included

A Guide who is an expert in astronomy
A pleasant hikc whilst learning about the sky above and the secrets it holds.

Other Information

Difficulty: Medium-Low *

Meeting place and time: Parque Nacional (Parador Nacional, next to the main door):
November, December, January & February: 6 p.m
March : 7 p.m
April: 8 p.m
May, June, July, August y September: 8:30 p.m
October: 7:30 p.m

** It is very important to be at the meeting point 15 minutes before the activity.

We recommend you bring: Sportswear and trainers, warm clothing (a jacket, woolly hat, gloves, scarf…), a torch, water and a snack.

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