Mexico: Total Solar Eclipse
Price per person sharing a double/twin room, including internal but not international flights.
Single supplement £795
Join Professor Roger Davies (Christ's 1975), the Professor Emeritus Philip Wetton Chair of Astrophysics at the University of Oxford, for the total solar eclipse of 8 April 2024 in central Mexico.
On a two week itinerary, tour Mexico's colonial heartlands, visit Aztec, Olmec and Maya sites, and explore Puebla, both a beautiful city and also the centre of Mexico's astronomical research, where Professor Davies will give a public lecture and the group will visit the Large Millimeter Telescope.
- Observe a total solar eclipse at the point in its trajectory with the lowest chance of cloud cover
- Visit Mexico’s Large Millimeter Telescope (LMT) and High Altitude Water Observatory (HAWC) on the adjacent peak to Mexico’s highest mountain, the Pico de Orizaba
- Spend a day with the scientists at INAOE (the National Institute of Astrophysics, Optics and Electronics), at their headquarters in Puebla
- Visit museums and libraries in Mexico City and Puebla
To view the tour's full itinerary, please visit the Last Frontiers website.
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