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GEO Tourism North West Europe

Playground of the Gods

Legend has it that the Scottish North West Highlands is where the Norse gods practised their mountain building skills before they created Norway.
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GEO Tourism Europe

Martley - A GeoVillage

Martley in Worcestershire, UK, hosts a fascinating assemblage of geological features, providing exposures of at least eight periods stretching over 700 million years.
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GEO Tourism The Arctic

A World of Drifting Ice

Ilulissat Icefjord in western Greenland offers a unique view of a scenic landscape that demonstrates active glaciological processes, where majestic icebergs calve into the fjord and out to sea.
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GEO Tourism South America

Neuquén Foothills: Geology, Dinosaurs and… Asado

An ideal place for geologists features most aspects of geology, from sedimentology, tectonics, and volcanism to hydrocarbons; has a warm climate; perfect outcrops; breathtaking landscapes; outstanding food and good wines; and extraordinary inhabitants. This heavenly place has a name: Neuquén.
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GEO Tourism Africa

Spectacular Swartberg

The Swartberg Mountains in the Western Cape province of South Africa are considered to be one of the finest exposed fold mountain chains in the world. Two dramatic passes afford the geologist unparalleled views of Paleozoic quarzitic sandstones folded spectacular fashion.
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GEO Tourism Australasia

Australia’s ‘Big Red’ Centre

‘Big Red’ country, encapsulated in Australia’s first National Landscape - Australia’s Red Centre is now being recognised as a major draw for global travellers seeking outstanding geotourism experiences in the country.
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GEO Tourism Worldwide

The Ross Sea, Antarctica

Remoteness and extreme weather, coupled with increasing environmental concerns, mean that only about 200 visitors reach the Ross Sea each year - but once there they are rewarded with spectacular views and Neogene to present-day volcanoes.
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GEO Tourism South America

Southern Chile’s Ring of Fire

Southern Chile is the setting for the dramatic snow-covered volcanoes of the Pacific Ring of Fire. This stunning volcanic range is the surface expression of the subduction of the Pacific seafloor under the western margin of South America. The southern Chilean Andes offer a fantastic playground for those who want to experience volcanoes - either peacefully or loaded with adrenaline!
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GEO Tourism North America

The Active Volcanoes of Hawai‘i

Breathtaking views, surreal landscapes, and the chance to come face to face with an active volcano, the Island of Hawai‘i offers the geotourist encounters of a lifetime, and scientists a window into a volcano’s inner workings.
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