A. Los Llanos de Aridane. Bus Station / 18:05h
B. El Sombrero Restaurant. Tajuya, El Paso / 18:15h
C. El Paso. El Paso Football Field Bus Stop / 18:20h
D. Las Piedras Restaurant (Visitor’s Centre El Paso) / 18:25h
E. Breña Baja. Parador Nacional de La Palma (bus stop next to the entrance to the Parador) / 18:45h
F. Santa Cruz de La Palma. Bus stop line 500 direction south / 18:55h
G. Los Cancajos. Bus stop at the beach / 19:00h
H. Los Cancajos. Bus stop at the pharmacy / 19:05h


Around 11:00 p.m. we will be back again


Do you wish to do astro-tourism on the island of La Palma? You now have the chance to do so iith this experience. We will take you to one of the Astronomical Viewpoints of the island of La Palma, chosen a few hours before the departure according to the weather conditions of the moment, to observe with amateur telescopes, and with the help of a qualified Guide, the planets and stars of our solar system.


Furthermore, as it is an observation under the Blue Moon, it will also allow you to observe, as you have never seen before, this satellite discovering its craters, mountain ranges and other wonders of this object.


Our qualified guides will give you the opportunity to enjoy the Universe as you have never done before from one of the best places in the world for astro-tourism: the island of La Palma.


With them you will be able to know all the secrets of the universe that you will be able to see with your own eyes through various telescopes, taking a tour of the most interesting celestial objects of the night and receiving interesting information about everything you observe through the telescope eyepiece.

Moreover, if you are also passionate about photography, you can also bring your camera and tripod to immortalize this great experience.

What are you waiting for to enjoy the skies of La Palma?

What does this experience include?

  • Bus transport from and to the indicated points
  • Qualified Astrophysical Guide
  • Use of amateur telescopes
  • Guide in English or Spanish
  • Small group
  • Photo of the moon as a souvenir
  • No food included

What to bring?

  • Warm clothes, closed shoes and long trousers
  • Some water and some food if you wish
  • A great desire to know the cosmos

General Conditions

  • Under no circumstances will this experience take place at the Roque de Los Muchachos Observatory as it is closed to the public at night to facilitate professional observation


  • Experience subject to weather conditions. There may be date and time changes for this reason, in which case we will inform you


  • The use of masks is compulsory both during transport and during observation


  • The safety distance should be maintained whenever possible