13 Otherworldly Destinations Perfect for Stargazing

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Courtesy of Trout Point Lodge

You may be able to spot Orion’s Belt and the Big Dipper from London and New York, but the glow of the Milky Way? You’ll need to be somewhere a bit more remote for that—like lunar-desert-on-Africa’s-western-coast remote.

Nova Scotia, Canada

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In far eastern Canada’s Acadian Skies and Mi'kmaq Lands, a swath of wilderness in undeveloped western Nova Scotia, you’ll find the world’s first certified Starlight Hotel: Trout Point Lodge. The area was once the home of the indigenous Mi’kmaq nation, whose stories about constellations explained the changing of the seasons and other universal phenomena. Today, a resident astronomer leads guided star walks through the grounds as well as sessions on the lodge’s new stargazing platform.

13 Otherworldly Destinations Perfect for Stargazing

Nova Scotia, Canada

In far eastern Canada’s Acadian Skies and Mi'kmaq Lands, a swath of wilderness in undeveloped western Nova Scotia, you’ll find the world’s first certified Starlight Hotel: Trout Point Lodge. The area was once the home of the indigenous Mi’kmaq nation, whose stories about constellations explained the changing of the seasons and other universal phenomena. Today, a resident astronomer leads guided star walks through the grounds as well as sessions on the lodge’s new stargazing platform.

Courtesy of Trout Point Lodge
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