We recently returned to the Canary Islands to explore the geological highlights of Tenerife, La Gomera and La Palma. These are our forty favourite photos from the trip.
Germany 2022: a summary & photo diary
We returned to Germany in October 2022 for our “Volcanoes and Famous Fossil Sites” tour. The sites didn’t fail to impress! Our group was able to enjoy some exceptional fossil specimens in various museums, as well as visiting fossil discovery sites and searching for their own fossils. Visits to Ice Age caves and volcano sites rounded off a fantastic trip! We look forward to returning next year!
Switzerland: An Alpine Adventure
In July 2022 we took the first group on our geological tour of Switzerland – an Alpine Adventure. We saw a wonderful array of magnificent geological sites and were treated to superb scenery. This is our illustrated trip diary.
Scotland May 2022: a photo diary
A selection of the best photos from our May 2022 Scotland trip. We were treated to some wonderful geological highlights, including Siccar Point, the Ardnmurchan Volcano and the iconic Fingal’s Cave.
England & Wales 2022
In April 2022, we ran our England & Wales trip for the first time. This journey through the geologic timescale took us from the Jurassic Coast, to the Brecon Beacons, up to Snowdonia and over to Shropshire. Our itinerary took us to a wealth of world-class sites with a huge variety of geological interest. This is our illustrated trip diary…
Canary Islands 2022
We returned to the Canary Islands in January 2022 to lead our geological tour of these wonderful volcanic islands. As well as the usual geological features we see, this year, we were also able to view the impact of the recent volcanic eruption on La Palma and to see the new lava on the island.
We returned to Iceland in September 2021 to once again explore its world class geology. Our small group tour visited many of Iceland’s fantastic geosites, but the highlight has to have been the currently erupting Fagradalsfjall volcano – what a treat!
We returned to Scotland in June 2021 to once again explore its world class geology. Our small group tour saw the first identified thrust fault, dinosaur footprints, the first recognised unconformity, spectacular basalt columns, and much, much more!
This is the blog of our new ‘Famous Fossil Sites and the Munich Show’ tour in Germany, which we lead for the first time in October 2019. Germany is home to some of the world’s best fossil sites and the most recently active volcanoes in Central Europe.
This is a blog of our Geology of Iceland tour, which we lead for the fourth time in September 2019. Iceland is one of the world’s most spectacular geological destinations, with volcanoes, rifting crust, glaciers and waterfalls.