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Geography Tours

The world’s Geographic marvels are waiting for you to discover them. Help your students gather that crucial research for their studies to showing how developments in Geography are helping create a better world.

From a geology field research trip in North Yorkshire to exploring Iceland one of Europe’s most volcanic active countries.

Below are just are just a few examples we would recommend for geography tours, but we are able to create bespoke itineraries to any destination you desire. 

Region of Catalonia Geography Tour

The region of Catalonia located in Northern Spain, famous for its rich Catalan cultural heritage. The region is home to an abundance of natural parks, the picturesque Costa Brava coast line and the city of Barcelona one of Europe’s most visited cities.

Iceland Geography Tour

Iceland often referred to as the ‘land of Fire and Ice’ and home to some of Europe’s most active volcanoes and the Vatnajökull one Europe’s largest glaciers. It is therefore no surprise it is one of the most popular destinations for geography trips due the rich amount of geological features.

North Yorkshire Region Geography Tour

The region of North Yorkshire the largest county in England and famous for its picturesque countryside and natural features. The county is a great destination to choose when looking for destination to conduct a geology trip.

Northern Ireland Geography Tour

Northern Ireland a land of stunning green valley’s cut out by glaciers to the rugged coastline with blue flag beaches. The Northern Irish coast is great destination to cover geology, human and physical geography topic areas. One activity we highly recommend is conducting a coastal investigation study on Portstewart Strand a designated Area of Special Scientific Interest, learn about the conservation measures in place and the effect they are having.

Opal Coast Geography Tour

The Opal coast located in Northern France overlooking the English Channel. It stretches for 120km and is made up of sandy beaches, dunes, cliffs and seaside resorts. The destination presents several investigative field work options for both human and physical geography topics.