This is the blog of our ‘Canary Islands: Volcanic Island Hopping’ tour, which we completed in December 2019. The Canary Islands are a fascinating volcanic archipelago with many stunning geological features.
This is a blog of our Classic Volcanoes of Italy tour, which we lead for the third time in October 2019. Italy is a volcanically active country, containing the only active volcanoes in mainland 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.
In early July 2019 we completed the Wales portion of our ‘England and Wales’ tour as a private tour for two guests who then joined us on our Scotland tour that followed a few days later.
We have just returned from an exciting trip to the Canary Islands where we were checking out the geology in … More
This weekend I had an enjoyable yet wet and windy time recceing some sites for April 6-13 ‘Fossils, mines and … More
This morning’s site is near to the town of Alnif and is in Cambrian sedimentary rocks. Here it is possible … More
The next group of islands we reached on our GeoWorld Travel voyage west across the Pacific was the Pitcairn Group. … More
Our voyage to the volcanoes of Pitcairn and French Polynesia started in Easter Island. This mythical island is an anthropological … More
The Geology of this part of Scoresby Sund is dominated by 1 billion year old metamorphic rocks.
We are just back in Iceland after another trip to East Greenland. Here are some pictures of the Northern Lights … More