Astrophotography tours and workshops in Tenerife

Photograph incredible landscapes and dark skies in Tenerife.

Tenerife is one of the best places in the world for astrophotography because the lack of artificial light pollution has ensured the skies around these magnificent islands have remained some of the darkest in the world. Add to this, the spectacularly dramatic landscape carved out by a million years of volcanic activity and you have a recipe for the perfect astro and night photography tour.

Reasons to join our astrophotography tour

Out of this world

Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands, a Spanish archipelago located in the Atlantic Ocean off the northwestern coast of Africa.

There is more to Tenerife than beautiful beaches and nightlife. While it is probably best known as a holiday resort and partyzone, head inland away from the drunken mayhem and you will find a landscape that is out of this world.

Sunset in Tenerife, Canary Islands. Teide National Park.
Astrophotography workshops and tours in Tenerife

Stunning Night Skies

Tenerife is famous among astrophotographers due to its lack of artificial light pollution. This ensures that the night is truly dark. Here you will see stars you never knew existed.

The island has been sculpted by millions of years of volcanic activity. As you venture inland you will discover beautiful mountains and spectacular rock formations that make ideal foreground subjects against the stunning starry skies. 

Beautiful sunsets

Of course before night falls, there is the sunset. The jagged, rocky terrain looks absolutely amazing set against the colours of the golden hour.

If you could imagine watching the sunset from the surface of the moon, you’ll be very close.

Sunset in Tenerife, Canary Islands. Teide National Park.
The world’s largest solar observatory, the Teide Observatory is also located at an altitude of 2390m in the Teide National Park, Tenerife.

Teide Observatory

The interior is dominated by the massive volcano Mount Teide, which is Spain’s highest peak.

The world’s largest solar observatory, the Teide Observatory is also located here at an altitude of 2390m.

Join one of our astrophotography tours and workshops to experience this amazing location for yourself with our experienced guide to help you get the best photos possible.

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Available dates

23rd – 29th June 2025
Last Places Available

Tour details

Group Size

Max 6


6 nights


La Crucita
La Tarta
La Cathedral
Las Minas
Teide National Park
Teide Observatory


Six nights accommodation (double room, en-suite, single occupancy)


Dedicated 1-2-1 photography tuition

Collection and drop off at Tenerife Norte Airport

Transport during the workshop in a modern, comfortable minibus

All astrophotography tour dates

Astrophotography in Tenerife – June 2025

23rd – 29th June 2025
Last Places Available