August 21, 2017: United States
Wyoming Dude Ranch, August 20 – 26, 2017 – SOLD OUT
Spend a week on an authentic and historic Dude Ranch near the beautiful Grand Tetons: horseback riding, wildlife viewing, cookouts, square dancing, hiking, sightseeing, star gazing, a special children’s program, fishing and scenic float trips all under the clear summer skies of western Wyoming. The ranch is located within the path of totality and so there is no need to move to see the eclipse! If the exact centerline is your goal, we will be a short distance away and you can access it easily by horseback on eclipse day.
Americana Road Trip, August 19 – 27, 2017 – SOLD OUT
Hankering for more of a road trip to see off-the-beaten track Americana surrounding totality? Join us for a week long trip through Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming to see cultural and geologic landmarks that make this area unique! We will view the eclipse from quirky Carhenge and from there we will see such sites the Museum of the Fur Trade, a decommissioned Minuteman Missile silo, an authentic 1880 South Dakota frontier town, Mt. Rushmore, Devil’s Tower (as featured in Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind), the Stanley Hotel (as seen in The Shining), the last operating soda fountain in Wyoming and much, much more!
Eclipse Day Trip, August 21, 2017 – SOLD OUT
Only want to commit to one day? We will escort you by luxury bus from Denver, CO to the centerline, provide eclipse viewing equipment and a picnic lunch, and return you to Denver in time for dinner! This is a great option for you if you live in Denver or if you have independent travel plans but still want the benefit of having someone else arrange the logistics of getting to the shadow. This trip is now SOLD OUT. To add your name to our waiting list, please click here.
July 2, 2019: Chile, South America
Chile, especially Valle del Elqui, is an astronomer’s paradise and probably one of the best places on earth to enjoy a total solar eclipse and a starry sky. The Valle del Elqui is located only 400 kilometers north of Santiago and offers an ideal star-gazing environment with its lack of precipitation, clear skies and low-to-zero light pollution. It enjoys the highest density of observatories on earth and will be the center of the upcoming total solar eclipse on July 2nd, 2019. This trip is a combination of deep submersion into the Chilean culture and off the beaten track experiences with locals, while enjoying excellent international company. For more information about this trip and to see the full itinerary, click here. Go to our reservation page to reserve your space on this trip today.
December 14, 2020: South America
April 20, 2023: Australia/Indonesia
October 14, 2023: ANNULAR – United States
April 8, 2024: Mexico/US