Kola Peninsula Summer Photo-Tour

Kola Peninsula Summer Photo-Tour

The Kola peninsula is the most northwesterly part of the Russian mainland with rich mountainous tundra landscapes. We offer you an adventure into wild Khibiny Tundra with its mountain lakes, mighty waterfalls and breathtaking views from the top of the mountains. We will be shooting incredible landscapes , abandoned places, wildlife and a lot more! …

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Cornwall – England’s Mineral Heritage Tour

Cornwall – England’s Mineral Heritage Tour

Come with us on a guided tour of the mines and minerals of Cornwall, England in September 2018. Jolyon Ralph, founder of mindat.org, will personally guide a small group (max 12 people) to visit the most famous sites from Cornwall’s mineral past. The seven day trip starts and ends in London to allow you opportunities …

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Kamchatka – The Land of Fire

Kamchatka – The Land of Fire

  In the far east of Russia, on it’s pacific coast is the Kamchatka Peninsula, a 1,250 kilometer (780 mile) stretch of the most dramatic landscape in the world, and including the famous Kamchatka volcanoes, which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Getting to Kamchatka isn’t easy. Getting around inside Kamchatka is no simpler. This …

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Mineral adventures in the Swiss Alps and Lengenbach!

Mineral adventures in the Swiss Alps and Lengenbach!

Want to go digging in Switzerland?  We do! So join us strahlering up in the Swiss Alps for quartz and other minerals, and looking for the ultimate in rare silvery things at the legendary Lengenbach quarry.   Click here to learn more.   Jordanite from Lengenbach photo copyright © Joachim Esche 2017