Solar Eclipse Tours
Since the dawn of time, we have looked to the skies in search of answers and awe. For mere mortals that have no way to travel lightyears, solar eclipses are one way to experience our mysterious galaxy from afar. On rare occasions where the sun, moon, and earth align – they engulf one another and leave a gold ring in the sky. Make the most of this once-in-a-lifetime occasion on a solar eclipse tour.
How to find the perfect solar eclipse tour on TourRadar
The nature of a solar eclipse is such that when they do occur, they are only visible from certain parts of the world. And for that reason, they are a cause for much celebration. In 2021, there will be two opportunities to behold this spectacle for yourself, so we're here to help you find and book a solar eclipse trip based on your unique preferences.
Popular Solar Eclipse Tours for 2021
Solar Eclipse 2021: Totality in Antarctica, with South Georgia and Falkland Islands20 daysFrom $16,995
Total Solar Eclipse: Antarctica and South Georgia17 daysFrom $23,995
Solar Eclipse in Antarctica23 daysFrom $24,295
Solar Eclipse 2021: Totality in Antarctica, with South Georgia17 daysFrom $16,995
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When does the next solar eclipse occur?
The next solar eclipses will take place on Thursday, June 10th 2021, and will be visible in the sky over parts of North America, Europe and Asia and on December 4th in Antarctica and in the south of Latin America, Africa and Australia.
What is the best place to see the solar eclipses of 2021?
The best destinations to see the solar eclipses of 2021 will be the Arctic and Antarctica. Take a look at our Polar tours.
How can I save money?
To experience this phenomenon and save money, become a TourRadar member (it's quick, easy and free) and be the first to book when prices drop.
How can I get a premium solar eclipse experience?
If you want to experience the solar eclipse and get the best views, book one of the dedicated and specialised tours highlighted on this page.
What makes a solar eclipse tour special?
Solar eclipse tours are conducted by experienced operators who know exactly how to get into the perfect position at the precise time of the predicted eclipse.
What equipment do I need for a solar eclipse tour?
You will need to make sure you have protective glasses to view a solar eclipse. You should also bring some cool and warm layers, as you'll be outside for several hours in a remote destination where it could be a little cold.
Tours We Recommend for 2021
Browse through some of our best tours to Antarctica and the Arctic in 2021 and get yourself in a prime location for next year's solar eclipse.
Most Remote Places to See in 2021
On your quest to catch sight of the solar eclipse, consider visiting one of the following destinations. They are as peacefully remote as they are spellbinding and offer once-in-a-lifetime experiences aplenty. Choose the destination that speaks to you from our list below.
Nahuel Huapi, ArgentinaLocated in central Argentina, Nahuel Huapi is a national park blessed with a breathtaking lake. It’s one of the best places to see the eclipse, so be quick to book a tour as spots will sell fast. The closest major city in the region is Bariloche.View Tours
Cuyo, ArgentinaEncompassing San Juan, San Luis and Mendoza – the stunning wine-producing region of Cuyo sits in the foothills of central-west Argentina’s mountains. Why not toast the solar eclipse with a delicious glass of Malbec?View Tours
Patagonia, ChileShared by Argentina and Chile and with the Andes Mountains as its dividing line, Patagonia lies on the southernmost tip of South America. This hikers paradise is beautiful on both sides – on Chilean turf you’ll find glacial fjords and lush rainforests.View Tours
Andes Mountains, ChileThe Andes are one of the world’s longest mountain ranges and diverse. You’ll find everything from lakes, glaciers and volcanoes to forest grasslands and desert. Chile’s Andean highlights include Torres del Paine National Park and Elqui Valley.View Tours