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Tenerife is one of the world’s best locations for star-gazing, along with Chile and Hawaii, thanks to its low light pollution and pristine night-sky conditions.
If you want to see the constellations as you’ve never experienced them before, a visit to the Mount Teide Observatory is a must-do while you’re visiting Tenerife!
The Teide Observatory is the largest solar observatory in the world, and one of the most advanced, with a number of solar and nocturnal telescopes owned by various countries.
Located at an altitude of 2,390m, you can view the entire northern hemisphere and part of the southern hemisphere from here.
During your guided tour you’ll get to see the researchers at work and find out what their daily activities involve.
Your expert, English-speaking guide will have you captivated with fascinating facts and stories about the Observatory and the work they do there.
Approx. 1½ hours
The climate at the summit can be quite different to sea level, so we recommend warm clothing and comfortable footwear
This trip is not suitable for those with mobility difficulties
The Mount Teide Observatory is located in the area of Izaña, within the Teide National Park.
C/ Vía Láctea, S/N, 38200 La Laguna, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain