Stargazing tour in Iturbide 3 daysSKU: 68270
Description of Stargazing tour in Iturbide 3 daysWho has not dreamed of spending a couple of nights, lying in a field and looking for shooting stars ? On this occasion we will make it happen and going a little further, since we will take you to an astronomical camp with a duration of 3 days and 2 nights in the Municipality of Iturbide .
We will leave from City of Monterrey at the assigned time to drive and climb Cerro del Picacho , which is where we will sleep and live this nighttime experience. We will be at a height of 2400 meters above sea level, right on the premises of the University Astronomical Observatory . There we will have a designated place to place the tents, do not forget to bring it along with your sleeping bag .
Within our itinerary will be the visit to the interior of the observatory where the professionals of this sector will give us an explanation of the function of this giant telescope and the activities that take place there. It will be 2 nights in which we will learn the differences and types of stars, natural phenomena and everything that surrounds the universe.
During the experience the atmosphere will not be lacking, since you will meet people, we will share a couple of lunches accompanied by music and campfire and of course, the traditional burning of chocolates. During the day we will take you for a walk with a guide, who will take you to explore the surroundings of the hill, where we will find amazing views and where we will also wait for sunset to take pictures that will capture the best moments.
We do this tour every Saturday of the year, so you will have many possibilities to choose us and enjoy the camp. Without a doubt we know that you will not regret it, since we will observe skies with unimaginable lights and where we will also learn about how magical astronomy is.
- Magical night, bonfire, chocolates and Lunada
- Hammock area
- Coffee during the observation
- Night tour to admire the stars
- Walk to the viewpoint at sunset
- Astronomical observation guided by specialized personnel of the UANL using professional equipment