From the Event Organizer:
The 13,803-foot (4,207.3-meter) peak of Mauna Kea is Hawaii’s highest point and a popular spot for star-gazing. With this tour, travel up to the summit with your guide, stop for dinner at the Onizuka Astronomy Complex, then arrive at the summit in time to watch the sunset. As dark sets in, enjoy a guided stargazing experience and marvel at the stars and planets using a refractor telescope and razor pointer.
Stay warm with included winter clothes, hot drinks, and a light dinner.
Pose for group sunset and star-gazing photos included with the tour.
Choose from three different pickup and drop-off locations.
Intimate small-group experience with a maximum of twelve people.
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