Did you miss the Great American Solar Eclipse of 2017? Perhaps you’re tired of listening to your friends rave about totality. Maybe you’ve seen a few partial solar eclipses and have decided that it’s time to see the “real deal.” Whatever the reason, you’ve looked at maps of future total solar eclipses, noticed that one crosses a country you’ve always wanted to visit, and have decided that it’s time to experience totality.
But how? If you’re a novice eclipse chaser, you might be unsure about how to reach the path of totality. Perhaps you’re an experienced traveler who knows that while non-group travel has its benefits, sometimes letting somebody else organize everything—hotels, meals, and a great eclipse-viewing site—is the way to go. So, if you’re thinking of joining a travel group to see an eclipse, welcome to TravelQuest.