Short Chile 2019 Solar Eclipse Tour La Serena
Due to the interest in the July 2, 2019 Total Solar Eclipse across Chile and Argentina, Tropical Sails Corp has organized another solar eclipse tour for the celestial event.
Tropical Sails Corp has found rooms in nearby Vina del Mar for the total solar eclipse in Chile July 2, 2019. On Eclipse day we will head north to La Serena, observe the solar eclipse from the hills nearby and return to Vina del Mar late night. The following two days will be spent in Santiago.
Tropical Sails is offering a four-star and a five-star hotel package for the solar eclipse in La Serena.
There are options to go to to Buenos Aires, Easter Island, Iguazu or Lima and Machu Picchu before or after the solar eclipse.
For details, please visit the dedicated webpage detailing the tour and options.
Tropical Sails Corp, a longtime leader in solar eclipse travel is offering a new short tour to Chile for the July 2, 2019 Total Solar Eclipse. On this day a total solar eclipse will cross the Pacific Ocean and peter out in Argentina before sunset.
A new 5-day 4-night tour is being offered by Tropical Sails Corp. It will feature the wines of Chile near Viña del Mar, the Total Solar Eclipse in La Serena and Santiago, Chile. There is an option to extend you visit to Buenos Aires, Argentina and Iguazu Falls for 6-days, 5 nights. The tour begins in Santiago and visits Vina del Mar, La Serena, Vina del Mar and ends in Santiago.
"Seeing a total solar eclipse is like seeing the face of God," that is the way one of Tropical Sails Corp clients described it according to Daniel Oppliger, President and Owner of Tropical Sails Corp. "We have many return clients over the years. Eclipses produce an excitement that is hard to find elsewhere in nature."
A total solar eclipse happens when the moon passes in front of the sun. Totality will last just over 2 minutes. At this time the moon will hang a black dot surrounded by the sun's corona. "The effect is phenomenal" according to Oppliger, “most people don't realize the sun has an atmosphere. During totality you can see it.”
La Serena, Chile sits on the Pacific Coast just south of the centerline of the eclipse. The closer you are to the centerline, the longer totality lasts. Eclipse viewing will be slightly inland and at a small gain in elevation. This, according to Oppliger, increases probabilities of observing the eclipse and not being affected by coastal clouds. Probabilities of seeing the eclipse are in 80 plus percent range according to historical weather figures.
The Chile package for four nights begins at a reasonable $1595 pp. There are four and five star hotel options. The Argentina Iguazu extension is $995 pp double occupancy. The tour dates are June 30-July 4, 2019. The tour to Argentina runs July 4- July 9.
Contact Tropical Sails Corp for details and to book your solar eclipse experience. 800-595-1003 or 623-444-8195 or visit tropicalsails.com.