A Great Place To View The Total Solar Eclipse!

A Great Place To View The Total Solar Eclipse! Come to Idaho and secure your spot! This post includes my affiliate links.

On August 21st, do you know where you will be to view the total solar eclipse? We will probably be in our backyard viewing it. We live in Idaho and Idaho is a great place to view the total solar eclipse!

A Great Place To View The Total Solar Eclipse!

However, if you are still trying to figure out where to view the total solar eclipse on August 21st, look no further than the Sun Valley, ID! This sunshiny and cheerful retreat is simply the best place to see one of the unique solar experiences.

A Great Place To View The Total Solar Eclipse!

Be sure to stay at one of Natural Retreats’ beautiful home rentals, complete with complimentary eclipse glasses! The Xplore team will be sure to keep you busy when the eclipse is over with awesome activities like mountain biking, fly-fishing, horseback riding and mountain hikes. So much to do and see!

A Great Place To View The Total Solar Eclipse!

Don’t forget to bring your camera, so you can take tons of pictures in a couple of minutes that the sun will be covered by the moon! This is going to be so much fun and what a sight to see! Afterall, the next total solar eclipse in the US will be on April 8, 2024!

The event will begin on the Oregon coast as a partial eclipse at 9:06 a.m. PDT on August 21, and will end later that day as a partial eclipse along the South Carolina coast at about 4:06 p.m. EDT.

A Great Place To View The Total Solar Eclipse!

A Great Place To View The Total Solar Eclipse!

A Great Place To View The Total Solar Eclipse!

Don’t forget to make your reservations to stay at one of Natural Retreats’ beautiful home rentals, complete with complimentary eclipse glasses!

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Comments

  1. Nicole Bradley says:

    Not that interested in the solar eclipse, but I do like to watch for shooting stars from time to time, its kinda hard to see much of anything when you live in Florida= skeeter bugs!

  2. Such a beautiful place!

  3. Angela Ingles says:

    We’ll be in New York state. Supposedly, we’ll be able to see about 70% of the eclipse. I hope my 3 year old can see it!

  4. It would be great to be able to see it in this amazing place!

  5. vickie couturier says:

    i hoping to see this with my grandkids

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