Longitude: W05°36'28"
Latitude: N30°14'10"
Altitude: 680m

Telescope remote hosting

Remote Telescope Hosting

Astronomers on SaharaSky: Joggy, Fritz and Patrick (left to right)

Astronomers on SaharaSky:
Joggy, Fritz and Patrick
(left to right)

Patrick Innocent, astronomer on SaharaSky

Patrick Innocent
Astronomer on SaharaSky



The first Observatory at the Edge of the Moroccan Sahara

Astro-Vacation in Morocco
Kasbah Hotel & Observatory SaharaSky - a 100€ flight to Marrakech, an unforgettable day-trip over the High Atlas (2260m) and a drive through the Moon-like landscapes of the Anti-Atlas leads you to the Draa valley. This 200km wide date oasis with its 1000 medieval Kasbahs ends in Zagora adjacent to SaharaSky at the foot of the first sand dunes of the Moroccan Sahara. The German owner and astronomer Fritz Gerd Koring, with over 20 years experience in Morocco, cares for his guests during stargazing sessions and with exciting daytime programs in and around SaharaSky.

Seasons at SaharaSky

October - AprilHigh season = good to very good conditions
September, May - JuneLow season = average to good conditions
July - AugustHigh daily temperatures, sand storms likely


Kasbah Hotel SaharaSky, Zagora
www.hotel-sahara.com  and

Information and Tipps:
email: sky@saharasky.com
astronomer Patrick: +212.697073244

Special Astro Prices 2018

valid until December 31, 2018

For a minimum stay of 4 nights/5 days

Room Rates

Prices in Dirhams per person/night, half board (dinner & breakfast).
1 € = approx. 11 Dirhams.

Comfort Standard Room 20m²Comfort Mini Suite 45m²
Single occupation475 pp575 pp
Double occupation425 pp525 pp

Non-exclusive use of all available telescopes

1000 Dirhams per stay of up to 3 nights/astronomer.
2000 Dirhams per stay as from 4 nights/astronomer.

Exclusive utilisation of all equipment

Basic rate plus 100 Dirhams per night/telescope.
Please indicate the telescope of your choice.

Liability Exclusion

Please note that due to the special conditions close to the Saharan desert we cannot assume liability whatsoever for the functioning and integrity of the observatory, as well as for equipment and optics which we make available to you on SaharaSky.