TORREÓN, COAH.- As an alternative to enjoy the solar eclipse of the April 8, 2024, businessmen from the gastronomic industry of La Laguna presented the event Great Nazas Eclipsewhich will seek to combine scientific dissemination, lagoon gastronomy and the adventure of being part of a camp.
Jose Pavel Guevaraof the Rancho la Longaniza, reported that this eclipse will be visible in the three countries of North America and in the Laguna Region The conditions for its observation will be available, highlighting the municipality of Nazas, where its maximum phase can be appreciated for longer.
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He stated that the family Guevara Facio He met with La Laguna businessmen to offer nationals and foreigners a place with natural beauty, to enjoy the moment when the light of the day passes into darkness.
From the tranquility provided by the birds and the large trees such as walnuts, junipers and poplars that are there, the Longaniza Ranch will open its doors to those who wish to appreciate this important cosmic event.
Great Nazas Eclipse It not only invites the scientific community to admire the total ellipse from the camp, but also all those who like to have direct contact with nature or a different weekend.
Denise Facioofl Apolo Restaurantof Nazas, Durangoexplained that prior to the natural phenomenon and after it, camping activities will be carried out, such as walks, horseback riding, tours along the banks of the Nazas river and by the town of the same name, founded more than 300 years ago and declared a world heritage site.
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Grethel Romo, coordinator of GEA Business Events, assured that the experience of witnessing the eclipse will be seasoned with the delicious typical food that is cooked with firewood in Nazas and the urban food dishes from the restaurants in The lagoon and the traditional carnitas of the region, which has offered Don Chanco in the Perol for more than three decades.
Scientists of the POT have pointed out that the total eclipse is the most important celestial phenomenon that the cycle gives us.
The alignment of the Sun, Moon and Earth occurs once every 375 years, so choosing where to admire it is an important decision to make.