Pricing and Conditions

Adult $99.00
(16 year(s) and under)
Cancellation Policy angle-down

You can cancel the booking for free 24 hours in advance. You will get the full refund if the weather is not suitable for stargazing. Partial refund will be offered if the sky condition changes dramatically during the tour.

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We will bring you to our stargazing location where you can see nearly zero light pollution. Your professional astronomy guide will take you into an astronomy journey, from ancient stories of constellations to science facts, from Greek mythology to Maori legends. You will also see a variety of deep sky objects by our powerful 9.25-inch computerised telescope. You will also be offered photography service, your guide will take individual photos for you with the stars. At the end of the tour, we will set tup a fire bowl, you can toast marshmallow on the fire while listening to some star stories.

Opening times

Business hours:
We operate tours from sunset to late, phone call available 24 hours.
Months of operation:
All months of the year


2 Rapuwai Lane, Lake Tekapo/Takapō, New Zealand.

plane Proximity to airport:
No airport nearby.
bus Proximity to coach terminal:
No coach terminal nearby.
decisions Proximity to town:
3 to 5 mins driving from Tekapo.

Language support

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