Gaping at celebrities may be a sport for some, but real stargazing is now offered on Orient-Express Safaris. In Botswana, guests at the Khwai River Lodge, Eagle Island Camp and Savute Elephant Camp can check out Africa’s night skies with Meade digital electronic telescopes that can capture 1,500 stars in one shot. In between watching some big game drinking and indulging in some five-star meals, safari-goers can take in four of the larger moons of Jupiter, Saturn’s rings and the Great Megellanic Cloud.

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