Future solar eclipse maps

Eclipses are heaven-sent chances to explore places you might never have considered. Unless you are in the UK where, from recent experience, it is more like a case of 50 shades of grey, but with no climax. It's easy to discover where to see the next solar eclipse - they're fixed far ahead, with at least one eclipse a year. So decide which one suits your diary, budget and interests. Also consider where has the best chance of clear skies on the big day. The next total eclipse is in  Chile and Argentina (July 2019), which have more potential for clear skies than the UK's 2015 damp squib. And remember: totality covers a spread of locations as the moon's shadow crosses the earth, so if the forecast isn't good in one spot, you might be luckier somewhere nearby.
Antarctica, Dec 4, 2021

1. Antarctica, Dec 4, 2021

Make a once in a lifetime trip to Antarctica even more out-of-this-world by catching the solar eclipse on December 4, 2021. With almost constant daylight throughout the austral summer this is also the perfect time to catch seal pups, penguin chicks, giant albatross and migrating whales, as well as some of the continent’s largest and most spectacular icebergs…
East Timor, April 20 2023

2. East Timor, April 20 2023

The 2023 solar eclipse will be a hybrid. Annular when it begins, so resulting in a ‘ring of fire’ effect when viewed from the sea, and reaching totality for more than a minute as it crosses land. The best place to witness the phenomenon will be from East Timor, a remote island country that intrepid travelers will find fascinating to explore either side of the eclipse.
USA, April 8, 2024

3. USA, April 8, 2024

The total solar eclipse forecast to sweep northeastwards across North America, from Mexico through Texas (where visibility is expected to be best) all the way to Maine and into eastern Canada makes the perfect excuse to discover the majesty of America’s national parks. Astonishing wildlife encounters are combined with ranger-led educational treks, epic landscapes and a sense of remoteness perfect for watching the stars. As an added incentive, the blackout is predicted to last over four minutes.
Finland

4. Finland

Not an eclipse but Luosto in Finland is brilliantly set up for the Northern Lights, which are often viewed from a nearby lake. There are a great range of hotels and more rustic log cabins; many have “Aurora Alarms” to alert you to the arrival of the lights. Nearby activities include cross-country and downhill skiing, reindeer and husky safaris, and a trip down an amethyst mine.

Our top Eclipse Vacation

Antarctic solar eclipse cruise, November 2021

Antarctic solar eclipse cruise, November 2021

A 14-day cruise to Antarctica during a total solar eclipse

From US $13995 14 days ex flights
Small group travel:
2021: 29 Nov
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Written by Norman Miller
Photo credits: [Page banner: James Niland] [Antarctica 2021: henrique setim] [East Timor 2023: Ester Wijihastuti] [USA 2024: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Headquarters] [Finland: Jaanus Jagomägi]