Private tour including transport: Stargazing in the Teide National Park with thrilling stories

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✨ Celestial Observations: Enjoy an unforgettable experience observing the night sky in the Teide National Park, one of the best places in the world for astronomy, classified as a Starlight Reserve.

🌌 Didactic experience and incredible stories: José Antonio, a certified Starlight guide, will lead you through explanations about the stars, constellations and astronomical phenomena. He will also tell you stories from stellar mythology to scientific discoveries, adding an exciting touch to the experience.

🔭 Telescope use: Admire planets, nebulae and galaxies up close using the quality telescope.

You will return home with lasting memories of a magical night under the starry sky, with new perspectives and a greater appreciation for the vastness of the universe.

From: 240,00 

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3.5 - 4 hours

Moonless nights - see calendar

Minimum age according to parents

Level of sustainability

Teide National Park and its surroundings




Maximum 10 pers. (6 pers. in van)

Private tour only


Official Guide of the Canary Islands and Starlight Guide

Liability insurance

Hot chocolate - water


Transport south zone up to 6 pers.


Not included


Teide cable car

Personal travel/accident insurance

Useful Info

  • Transport from the south. Pick-up time is confirmed after booking, coinciding with sunset time.
  • Van capacity max. 6 persons.
  • If you don't need transport or you live in an area not included, we will send you the meeting point and time.
  • Please contact us if you need a date that is not indicated in the calendar.
  • Parents have the final decision on whether to the children can accompany them, bearing in mind that weather conditions can be difficult for children.
  • Before booking the experience, please let us know if you have any allergies, particular conditions or physical limitations.
What should I bring?

The weather in Tenerife can be very variable and it can get very cold at night, especially in winter. We recommend that you take warm clothes (long trousers, jacket, if you have a hat and gloves even better) and closed shoes.

You are welcome to bring a snack or sandwich with you, but we ask you to not consume food inside the van.


Policy modification & cancellation:

  • If you want to modify the date of the activity, changes are possible depending on the guide's availability.
  • 100% refund of the total amount of the booking in case of cancellation at least 24 hours prior to the activity.
  • Penalty of 100% of the total amount of the booking in case of cancellation during the 24 hours prior to the activity.
  • If there is a case of force majeure beyond the control of the service provider or if weather conditions prevent the correct provision of the service, a change of date will be proposed or 100% of the total amount of the booking will be refunded.
  • After 15 minutes of the agreed meeting time, the absence of the client will be considered as a cancellation of the contracted services, being this sufficient reason to apply the corresponding cancellation policy.

The Canary Islands: A Unique Place for Astronomy

Unique Location

In the heart of the Atlantic, the Canary Islands offer exceptional astronomical conditions due to their privileged location in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, close to the equator. 

Mountain Spaces

Peaks that rise largely above the Earth's atmosphere reduce atmospheric interference, providing a more stable and clearer view of the sky.

Clear Skies

Its mild and stable climate, with few clouds and low humidity, creates perfect nights for observation.

Teide National Park: A Starlight Destination

The Teide National Park has been distinguished as a Starlight Reserve, an official recognition awarded to places with exceptional night skies, ideal for stargazing.

As a Starlight Reserve, the Teide National Park is committed to preserving the darkness of the sky and atmospheric clarity, minimising light pollution.

Cutting-Edge Observatories

Home to world-renowned observatories such as the Roque de los Muchachos Observatory and the Teide Observatory, which houses the impressive Gregor telescope, one of the most advanced solar telescopes in the world, designed to study solar activity in great detail.

Who are they and what do they offer?

  • José Antonio, passionate about astronomy and nature: He is a Starlight guide certified in astronomy as well as official guide of the Canary Islands. He shares his deep knowledge in various domains such as geology, history, fauna, flora and, of course, the breathtaking starry sky of Tenerife.
  • Guided tours in private groups: Private stargazing excursions in strategic and quiet spots in the Teide National Park and its surroundings.

Why did we select them?

  • Didactic experience: His simple explanations and exciting stories take us into the secrets of the Universe.
  • A passionate guide: For years, José Antonio has tirelessly shared his love for the island and its history, taking us on an unforgettable journey through time and space.
  • Small private groups: José Antonio organises this experience in small groups to maximise the enjoyment of the participants. They will be able to make the most of the observation time while enjoying a hot chocolate under the stars in a spectacular setting.
  • Committed to conservation: He cooperates with institutes and associations for the protection of nature, uses thermos flasks instead of plastic bottles and promotes environmental awareness among its customers.