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Texas Total Solar Eclipse

Two people standing in the Antartic looking at the solar eclipse

April 4-11, 2024*

For more information about the trip visit TravelQuest 


The prairie sky is wide and high, the old song tells us, deep in the heart of Texas. So clearly that makes the Lone Star State an ideal place to view a total eclipse of the Sun! On April 8, 2024, much of North America will experience totality – and one of the best viewing locations along the eclipse path will be Texas, with its typically clear skies and warm weather. So, in true TravelQuest style, we’re crafting an itinerary around the event, weaving together spectacular Hill Country vistas with insider discoveries in San Antonio, Houston, Austin – and much more.

It’s time to reunite with friends or family on a long-overdue vacation together. And what better way to reconnect than watching the Moon’s shadow sweep across a landscape of winding rivers and sage-covered granite hills?

For more information about the trip visit TravelQuest 

Be among the first to receive full program details in the coming months by visiting our website and clicking on the “GET NOTIFIED” tab!

*Exact date range subject to change


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