Total Solar Eclipse Tour 2019 (SOLD OUT)

Totality awaits you in Chile!

Cajon_del_MaipoWe invite you to experience the heavens’ most dramatic sky sight — a total solar eclipse — in South America. The Milwaukee Public Museum will lead a seven-day, six-night solar eclipse trip to Chile from June 28 through July 4, 2019.  Our southern hemisphere sojourn has many exciting experiences and events; see all the details in our downloadable brochure below.  We hope you will join us on this exciting adventure south — it  promises to be a trip of a lifetime. 

This event has sold out.

 
WHAT’S INCLUDED
  • Welcome dinner on June 28
  • Overnight hotel stay (including breakfast) at Marina Las Condes, Best Western Premier Hotel in Santiago, Chile for three nights—June 28-30
  • Tent accommodations for three nights —July 1-3 — with full board (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) prepared by local chefs
  • Lunch during day tours on June 29 and 30
  • Round trip airfare between Santiago and La Serena
  • All ground transportation between Saturday, June 29 and Thursday morning, July 4
  • Admission entry fees to tour stops
  • Guided evening southern sky viewing with MPM Astronomer Bob Bonadurer
  • Eclipse glasses, telescope access during the total solar eclipse on July 2, and access to other safe viewing equipment
  • MPM eclipse shirt and bag

WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED
  • Airfare to and from Santiago, Chile Airport Code: SCL
  • Personal trip and flight insurance (STRONGLY RECOMMENDED - We use Travel Guard)
  • Your passport or travel visa fees
  • Any trip extensions you decide to do
  • Ground transportation upon arrival from SCL to Marina Las Condes, Best Western Premier Hotel
  • Dinners on June 29 and 30
  • Incidentals and personal items
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Dates

June 28 - July 4, 2019
 

Price and Payment

$4,650 (double occupancy)
$7,500 (single occupancy)

A deposit of 50% will be collected at the time of your reservation. The balance will be due on November 15, 2018.
 

Reservations and Questions

This event has sold out.


For all trip itinerary and eclipse questions, please call Planetarium Director Bob Bonadurer at 414-278-6985.