Tenerife
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Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 355 reviews

our guide was really kind and nice and spoke excellent english. wish i knew a bit more about the real activity though: we walked from the parking lot with the group a bit into the desert and stood there for the next hour. Our guide gave us excellent explanation about all the possible star constellations above us. strongly recommend if you are into astronomy and wanna learn about the sky. they also provide lights (although we didnt get one, even when we asked) and warm jackets (definitely a life saver).

Really fun night, the highlight of our trip. Craig was very entertaining and charming, Kieran was extraordinarily knowledgeable. Make sure you dress very warm, we wore shorts and were very cold by about 8pm. The meal is the first part so don't eat a big lunch! So, so fun and we would definitely do again if we were in Tenerife at another point in the calendar to get a different perspective. 5/5

Fantastic experience! Luke was our guide for the night and provided us with an eye opening opportunity to look closely at stars, planets and our moon with an amazing telescope. He was both inspiring and knowledgeable. We learned about the constellations and how to navigate them. If you aren't an astronomy enthusiast yet you will be by the end of this tour!

This was such a special tour especially since I went solo! Even with a few other guests, they maintained covid rules and regulations. Teide is absolutely gorgeous in the evening and at sunset! You get to see all of this from such an insane height! It can get pretty cold so make sure to wrap up but be ready for the most beautiful starry skies!

Beautiful experience. Craig and Kieran are very funny and great storytellers. We learned a lot of stuff about Tenerife island, stars, galaxies and constellations. Tips: it’s a bit windy up there, you better have warm clothes.