On April 8th, 2024 a total solar eclipse will take place and be visible across North America. A solar eclipse happens when the Moon passes between Earth and the Sun obscuring the Earth's view of the Sun. A total solar eclipse is when the Moon's apparent diameter is larger than the Sun's, blocking all direct sunlight and plunging the day into darkness. The narrow path of totality runs through Mexico, the USA from Texas to Maine, and then onto the Maritime provinces of Canada including Niagara Falls. See the full tracking details click here.
There won't be another total eclipse in the USA until 2044, so many areas are already sold out for 2024. There's still availability across Canada, so worth chatting to our expert team for more information.
OR, there is a annular solar eclipse happening on the 14th of October 2023. Rather than totality, those in the path of annularity will experience the ring of fire - the first time this celestial wonder has been visible in North America. The partial solar eclipse will last approximately three hours and those within the narrow path will also experience the ring. The eclipse begins in Oregon and ends in Texas. Chat to the team about securing your spot today.