Since Brexit, it has become impossible for us to work in Tenerife. After long and careful consideration, we are sad to announce that we will no longer be offering stargazing trips for the foreseeable future. It’s very disappointing for us as we love what we do and enjoy meeting people and showing them the wonderful skies of Tenerife.

Thanks to everyone who came with us in the past and for the very kind reviews and sorry to those of you who have asked to come with us again, we would have loved to but it’s just not possible.

Clear skies everyone! Simon and Margaret x

A naked eye comet for stargazers at last!

Comet NEOWISE is shaping up to be a good one. It is currently visible just before dawn in the North close to the horizon but over the coming weeks will climb higher in the sky and hopefully will remain visible to the naked eye. It’s been a long time since stargazers had a decent comet to look at so fingers crossed everybody!

Click here for details of where and when to look (opens SkyAtNightMagazine webpage).

Image taken from the UK at 2am 7th July 2020

Website update

OK so our website is now live again. We’re still updating a few things so do please bear with us. We’re hoping to get the 2021 booking schedule live very soon and will continue to update on what’s happening this year as things with the virus pan out further. We hope to see you soon but in the meantime, stay safe, clear skies and keep looking up!

Simon and Margaret

Coronavirus Update

We hope everyone has been able to stay safe and well. Due to the current pandemic we have been unable to do any stargazing tours and at this time we’re unsure whether we’ll be doing any this year at all. As a result, bookings through our website are not currently possible and we are using the opportunity to do some maintenance.

We hope to open up our booking schedule for 2021 soon, please keep popping back or keep an eye on our Facebook page for further information.

Thanks for your understanding, we hope you all stay safe and that we get to meet some of you next year. Simon and Margaret 😊.