Make your dream a reality and enjoy the Universe in a professional way in one of the best places in the world to watch the stars: on Mount Teide.
Certified astronomical guides will wait for you in a planetarium where you can get a glimpse of the celestial secrets guarded by Mount Teide, and will unravel the mysteries of the Universe for you using professional telescopes, which will allow you to see up close and for your own eyes those fascinating celestial objects that you have longed to see for many years, under the pure and clear sky of the Teide National Park, where it is possible to observe 83 of the 88 officially recognised constellations.
This stargazing experience on Teide begins in our planetarium. Here, you can enjoy a preview of the celestial secrets guarded by Mount Teide before moving out to observe the clear, starry sky from the car park of the cable car base station (at an altitude of 2,536 m), using long-range, professional telescopes.
-The start time of the astronomical observation on Teide activity varies depending on the time of year, since it is adjusted to the sunset time. It is necessary to arrive 20 minutes before the indicated meeting time
-All our guides are astronomical guides certified by the StarLight Foundation.
-It is necessary to produce a printed copy of the booking voucher.
Wear warm, comfortable clothing and proper footwear.
If you have health problems, consult with your doctor before undertaking this activity.
Take plenty of water on hikes.
Changes and cancellations:
With regard to astronomical observation, in the event that weather conditions impede stargazing, the amount paid for the activity shall be reimbursed.
Reservations may be cancelled or the date may be changed free of charge until 3pm on the day prior to the activity. Same day or later changes/cancellations incur a charge of €6 per person.
Date changes are valid for 1 year provided that the vouchers have not been redeemed. Any change of date or cancellation must be made within a period of no more than 30 days from the date of the initial booking. Up to 3 date changes are permitted.
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