In December, Argentina will experience a total solar eclipse. While it’s too late to book prime viewing space for this year, there’s plenty of time to plan for the next one…or several. We’re looking at the star charts to scope out the best eclipse locations for the next several years. Plan ahead with us and position yourself to catch this phenomenon.
December 4, 2021
You’ll have to head way down south to see the total solar eclipse in 2021. Check out a sneak peek of what Antarctica is like in December with this photo essay post from one of our amazing clients… minus the eclipse, of course.
Texas and New York
April 8, 2024
If you were in the United States but outside of the path of totality for the Great American Eclipse in 2017, just wait a few years! Texas and New York are among the states in the western track of the solar eclipse. Can you imagine seeing an eclipse in Brooklyn or Austin?
Iceland and Greenland
August 12, 2026
By day, witness the total solar eclipse amidst Iceland’s fabulous natural surroundings. At night, look overhead once more for a brilliant panorama of clear, star-studded skies and, if you’re lucky, a colorful twinkle of Northern Lights. Embrace the Land of Fire and Ice on our Iceland Adventure.
August 2, 2027
Bringing up the rear on our round up of solar eclipse locations is a place with one of the world’s oldest cultures: Egypt. An eclipse experience here is extra special. Research shows that Ancient Egyptians recorded eclipses as far back as 4,500 years ago. Additionally, they incorporated the phenomenon in their mythology.
Work with Ker & Downey to create your ultimate journey to catch a total eclipse in one of the eclipse locations for the next 10 years. Contact your destination specialist to start planning your customized journey and keep up with us on Instagram.