Star gazing - guided or unguided

Star gazing: guided or unguided

The stars are exceptional at Mount Ceder because there is no light pollution from surrounding towns or cities. The skies are clear and you can see most of the constellations.

From May to October, the milkyway is visible in the Southern Hemisphere and can be seen clearly at Mount Ceder.


Mount Ceder hosts photographic workshops that focus on capturing the stars in nightscapes and the beautiful surrounding rock formations in landscapes.


If you would like to book one of the photographic workshops, contact Dave Rogers or Juan Venter directly using the following links:

Dave Rogers at

Juan Venter at

Even better, get your own star chart from the shop at reception and explore the heavens from your house at Mount Ceder! The sky is alive with constellations.