Feynan’s remoteness further lends to stargazing as there is virtually no light pollution (ever notice how only a handful of stars appear in the city?).
In Feynan, thousands of cosmic bodies are visible to the naked eye. From September 15th, guests that wander up to the rooftop terrace after dinner will be able to gaze on all of those stars and planets with even more detail with a new 10 inch Meade telescope. A seasoned astronomer has been training staff on astronomy and the proper use of the large telescope.
With this telescope, guests will be able to see the rings on Saturn, the details of nebulae and faraway galaxies. For reservations, please visit: http://feynan.com/reservations.php#flash01.