Namibia. The Heavens from Earth...

Welcome to Tivoli, Namibia,
home to the friends of the Southern Sky!

Have you always wanted to see the Southern Cross, the Magellanic Clouds, the Jewel Box Cluster, Omega Centauri, 47 Tucanae and Eta Carinae? Would you like to see them and much, much morethrough quality equipment in ideal conditions?

Here at our Southern Sky Guest Farm we offer hours of unforgettable observing in a relaxing location. This is about as far from the stress and strain of daily life as you could ever hope to travel. We are a small family-run business and here on our isolated sheep-farm the only guests we cater for are astronomers. Here they can pursue their hobby undisturbed by light pollution, traffic noise or mass tourism.

Whether you are a newcomer to the hobby or an experienced observer we can provide a profoundly impressive encounter with the night sky of Southern Africa.

We offer breathtaking skies, well-equipped observatories, specially tailored apartments and a caring service - in short, all the ingredients of a splendid astro-holiday.

We look forward to meeting you!
Kirsten und Reinhold Schreiber

 

 

NEWS
25" Dobsonian...
arrived at Tivoli! The Obsession 25" is considered to be the ultimate telescope for the serious deep sky astronomer and probably the largest visual observing machine under southern skies! Thank you John!
Leave your telescope at home...
...you already got it right here! At TIVOLI we provide telescopes from 80-500mm aperture in a well maintained state. Keep your luggage light and easy!
10", 12,5", 14", 20" dobsonians!
The variety of telescopes for our visual astronomers is growing...
Please find more here!
Second remote observatory at TIVOLI!
The ASA observatory has been upgraded to a fully remote observatory. Please find all the details here.
Clear skies - guaranteed at Tivoli?
With the utmost probability you will enjoy clear skies from May until September. During the rest of the year, astronomical conditions may be perfect as well, but you will always have to expect clouds.
For a current satellite picture, look here.
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