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Observatorio del Pangue, Vicuna

(4.1/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
Observatorio del Pangue is located in Vicuna. Arrange your visit to Observatorio del Pangue and discover more family-friendly attractions in Vicuna using our Vicuna itinerary builder.
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  • So it has just surpassed my expectations. What you will see is just amazing. The whole thing was to the close access. You can get statements in three languages and it's just professional. the Group was small and clearly laid out. just super!
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  • Great evening with an astronomer exciting and passionate. A small group of 6 people! Certain value!
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  • The tours are conducted in small groups of up to 10 people. Only on his own, the winding ride over a small gravel road to the Observatory is impressive. Once at the top you will be overwhelmed just by the sight of the milky way. The tour itself was simply fantastic! To consider the possibility of an absolute amateur through such a telescope star, planets, Nebula, galaxies, etc. was worth once and forever one or also several visits. It was all tells us exactly and entered on all questions. The explanations were very figurative and easy for anyone to understand. If necessary was the telescope each readjusted and cleaned the lens, even extra. Really TOP! Since there are some observatories in the area, we have informed us at our local relatives and known. The tour was highly recommended by a relative us and is the best tour of the experience reports with distance. Even if we arrange not all smooth is gone, you can feel the enthusiasm and the passion for astronomy. There you can quietly turn a blind eye when little glitches. ;)
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