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Avaliado por: Qi W , Janeiro 2015
Simply amazing, the star gazing and having someone to teach you all about the history of stars. The trip was pleasant with lots of detailed knowledge about the local culture and history.
Avaliado por: gilles b , Maio 2016
La sortie consiste à monter en car au pied du volcan pour arriver la nuit et observer les étoiles avec des astronomes qui pratiquent assez mal le Français équipés d'un télescope. Nous n'avons rien vu car il y avait pleine lune et des nuages. Par contre il faisait très très froid.
Avaliado por: Dean C , Outubro 2015
Quiet possibly the worst tour I have been on! On paper it sounds amazing and it was something we were extremely looking forward to. However from the get go it was utterly disappointing! The hotel we were told we were to be picked up at has a completely different name to the name emiled to us, which made it incredibly hard to find. When we finally found the hotel and made our way on the coach, the journey took a good hour which we accepted, it's a long way up! Finally we got there and it was so dark that you cannot even see mount tiede! I realise this is an evening tour but I done understand why arrange such a tour in the evening when visabilty is zero. The coach dropped us off in a car park as to here we stayed! In the car park! With two guys with a presentation on an iPad, we had paid this money and endured this journey to stand in a freezing car park with a guy showing us facts on planets on an iPad! After listening to this for a good hour or so we had the long painful journey back which took 2 and a half hours! We left in complete disappointment. I really do not believe this tour is worth running and most certainly not worth the money we paid!
Avaliado por: lizzzie , Outubro 2015
It was more like a lesson of astronomy not a vulcano tour.