Exactly when, where and how you can see the 2020 total solar eclipse

Get the new WhenIsTheNextEclipse.com book on the 2020 total solar eclipse

So when is the next one?

On December 14, 2020 it’s all back to South America for a two-minute totality at lunchtime. 

Have you made plans? If not, it’s time you did, which is why we’re publishing today our special ebook:

‘Total Solar Eclipse 2020: A travel and field guide to observing totality in Chile and Argentina on December 14, 2020’

After months of research and interviews, we’ve come up with the ideal planning and souvenir guide to observing totality from Chile or Argentina on December 14, 2020. 

With a year to go until the only total solar eclipse of 2020, and word is spreading, hotels are being booked-up. Eclipse tours have been curated and sold. 

Join WhenIsTheNextEclipse.com editor Jamie Carter for our second Great South American Eclipse adventure in the clearest predicted skies along the Path of Totality.
An exclusive £100 discount for all for readers of WhenIsTheNextEclipse.com. Just enter the code WNE2020 when making a booking on the website, or quote WNE2020 over the phone to get the discount.

Whether you plan to travel independently or go as part of an organized tour, you’ll find some useful information in ‘Total Solar Eclipse 2020’ to help you plan and enjoy the event. 

Why do you need a book? It’s based on interviews with experts and with those in the path of totality, with exclusive information on: 

  • Local politics and how it could affect this eclipse
  • Where the traffic “pinch points” are and where to avoid
  • Where to go if you want a stretch of road that stays entirely within the path of totality

From the South Pacific through southern Chile and northern Patagonia in Argentina to the Atlantic,  ‘Total Solar Eclipse 2020’ has you covered with information like: 

  • The town with the highest chance of clear skies
  • The roads to avoid at all costs on eclipse day
  • Why you need to be in position the night before
  • Why you should consider staying for a week afterward.

Wishing you clear skies and wide eyes.