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GEO Tourism Europe

The Dingle Peninsula: A Kerry Diamond

The locals call them ‘Kerry Diamonds’; beautifully clear, euhedral quartz crystals found in fault zones at the western end of the Dingle Peninsula in south-west Ireland – but the real gem is the Peninsula itself!

GEO Tourism North America

Traversing the Southern Sierra Nevada

While wandering 240 km across California from Bakersfield to Death Valley, the geotourist can marvel at a range of superlative wonders, from the densest developed oil field to the deepest canyon and the lowest point in the United States.

GEO Tourism Middle East

The Dead Sea Transform

Strike-slip motion – with a dash of divergence – along the Dead Sea transform fault has created a rugged landscape of arid, cliff-girt plateaus towering above the Dead Sea, the lowest exposed point on Earth.

Geology Africa

Victoria Falls: The Smoke That Thunders

With an annual average of 1,100 cubic metres of water plunging down its 108m-high face each second, Victoria Falls is unquestionably one of the world’s greatest natural wonders.

GEO Tourism Europe

A Tour of the Kraków Salt Mines

Join as us we stroll through the spectacular city of Kraków, and delve deep into the underground chambers of the Krakow Salt Mines, one of Poland's most iconic and official national Historic Monuments.