I’m an amateur astronomer who is going down to Cameleon Villas Jibacoa for two weeks in mid January and am looking forward to my first views of the Southern night skies. But should I lower my expectations? Views of the night sky can be affected by unfortunate human-made situations (such as glare from outdoor lighting) or natural causes (such as fog coming in off the ocean).
I am thinking of bringing my large astronomical binoculars, but both the binos and the tripod are rather heavy, and they wouldn’t be all that useful if nights are always dewey. Is there much dew at night at Jibacoa?