Astronomy Tours

Look to the skies. Whether you want to experience the power of a total eclipse, chase a meteor shower or see the wondrous Northern Lights, you can join an astronomy tour and witness some of the most extraordinary astronomical events off earth.

Follow our acclaimed astronomers, such as Dr John Mason, as they guide you through the stars at night. Travel to wild and remote destinations in search of clear skies and breathtaking environments. And enjoy exciting activities by day. Our ‘out of this world’ trips for everyone, from avid astronomers to amateur star gazers.

Northern Lights

Perhaps the most stunning astronomical sight in the world, seeing the Northern Lights is truly unforgettable. The great swirls of green light dance across the sky to dazzling effect.

USD $2,285
CAD $2,475
AUD $2,255
EUR €1,670
GBP £1,350
NZD $2,675
ZAR R24,315
CHF FR2,025
Travel from Reykjavik north to Lake Mývatn, explore the region's dramatic beauty and learn about astronomy from an...

USA Total Eclipse 2017

In 2017 the track of the total eclipse cuts right across the Continental US from Oregon on the Pacific Coast to South Carolina on the Atlantic Seaboard, so there are many places to see this eclipse. A number of our itineraries for this eclipse are already full so we have added this additional tour in Oregon and Washington.

The grandeur of the Rockies and the geological wonders of Yellowstone and Craters of the Moon National Monument...
From Chicago, home of Yerkes Observatory and Fermilab, this trip heads across the US to Badlands NP, Mt Rushmore and...
Head north from Salt Lake City to the geological wonders of Yellowstone and the impressive Grand Teton mountains for...
Encompassing the biggest and best of America's West, this tour explores the nation's premier national parks and...
The glaciated peaks of the Cascade Range with pastures of wildflowers form one of the most scenic parts of the US....
Discover Seattle, the Oregon Coast and Crater Lake National Park before experiencing the beauty of a solar eclipse in...

Meet our expert

Dr John Mason

John has won a reputation for his tremendous enthusiasm and inspirational lecturing style. The principal lecturer in astronomy at the Southdowns Planetarium (UK), he regularly appears on television and radio. Those who have heard him speak never forget what they have learnt. John is one of the most experienced followers of eclipses and the Northern Lights.