Witness the annular solar eclipse at Azura Quilalea Private Island, Mozambique

The Earth, Moon and Sun are aligning for a spectacular show. An annular solar eclipse occurs when the moon eclipses the sun, but is at its furthest from earth. The moon does not cover the entire sun, leaving a "ring of fire".

On 1 September 2016, an annular solar eclipse will pass over the remote Quirimbas Archipelago in the North of Mozambique. Azura Quilalea Private Island will be in the centre line of the moon's shadow - the perfect place to experience this once in a lifetime event! This won't happen again in the Quirimbas for another 84 years.

Also observe the conjunction of Jupiter, Venus, Mercury and the moon between 27 August and 3 September while Mars and Saturn are overhead in Scorpious. All 5 visible planets observable simultaneously. Expert Johan Strydom of Lethabo Adventures will be joining us at Azura Quilalea over this period to explain the actual event that is taking place.