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Duration: 4 hours

Difficulty: Low

Languages: English and Spanish

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Departure time & place

A. Santa Cruz de La Palma. Line 500 direction south / 17:30h (Google Maps)

B. Los Cancajos. Pharmacy bus stop / 17:35h (Google Maps)

C. Los Cancajos. Beach bus stop / 17:40h (Google Maps)

D. Breña Baja. Hotel Parador (bus stop next to the road) / 17:45h (Google Maps)

E. El Paso. Visitor Center National Park of La Caldera de Taburiente / 18:05h (Google Maps)

F. El Paso. Urbanization Celtas / 18:10h (Google Maps)

G. Los Llanos de Aridane Bus Station / 18:15h (Google Maps)

H. Tazacorte. Bus stop next to the San Miguel Church / 18:25h (Google Maps)

I. Puerto Naos. Bus stop in the entrance roundabout / 18:35h (Google Maps) 


* Around 23:00 we will be back to the first bus stop

Description of the guided tour

An exceptional conjunction of the planets Saturn and Jupiter which have not been seen so close together since the Middle Ages. The planets will be able to be observed at the same time, with a telescope, in the same field of vision. In the sky, the planets will appear as a double star.


In this magical 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 evening, to observe with amateur telescopes, and with the help of a qualified Guide, the planets and nebulae and clusters of our galaxy.


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 to do astrotourism: 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  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.


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


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


  • 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


  • We take extra health and safety measures in all our services
  • All surfaces in contact with our customers will be cleaned frequently
  • We will put in each bus enough free space of seats to keep the safety distance
  • We will try to send a vehicle with twice the capacity of the booked one so that there are no agglomerations
  • You will have to wear the mask at all times