Avoid touristy areas and travel up the mountain of Mauna Kea to one of the most unique spots in the entire Solar System and gaze upon a show of the constellations and planets combined with our light effects. We will point out constellations, planets, space objects and hopefully some fast moving shooting stars.
What should I wear?
Comfortable pants and walking shoes are highly recommended.
Can we drive our own vehicle to the location?
If you would like to caravan behind our tour, send us a message.
How many people fit in your “Mars Rover” Van?
We can take a maximum of 7 guests.
Can we go if we have health issues?
Persons with respiratory/heart conditions, mobility issues, limited vision, or those in poor health are not permitted on tour.
Can we bring our children?
This tour is not typically recommended for children under 10 years old.
How long is the tour?
This is a 2-hour photo trip. We take the photos; you take home the memories.
Will we be traveling at high altitudes?
Scuba divers please note that we will be driving at high altitudes.
Will there be other tours out at the same time?
Since we are able to start later in the evening, we avoid almost all of the other tour companies, giving you a more private and unique experience.
When should we book?
Book your adventure on one of your first nights of your vacation, just in case we have to reschedule later in the week because of high clouds.