Argentina Dinosaur fossil dig
Odyssey Travellers recently travelled to a collection of Dinosaur Fossil dig sites in Argentina. Of particular curiosity was the opportunity to see the Titanosaurus fossils in situ and in the laboratory. Here are are some of the photos below from this particular Dinosaur fossil dig.
Odyssey offers a wide range of specialist tours, among them is our Paleontology Small Group Tour, on which we travel to Argentina, meet with world-class experts, participate in an active dig site, and visit the site. Below are a series of images from a recent edition of this Dinosaur-themed tour of Argentina. This link takes you to some our other Dinosaur fossil tours.
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Reviews from the Argentina Dinosaur fossil dig tour in 2017.
Small group tour for senior and mature couples and solo travellers to explore the Titanosaurs the largest Dinosaurs to walk the planet. Their skeletons have recently been discovered in Argentina. This program spends 20 days travelling to visit and experience the dig sites where much of Argentina’s paleontological history has been found, Patagonia. With local paleontologists and guides providing an insight into this remote part of the country you get a unique opportunity to learn first hand about the research on the Argentinian Dinosaur collection.
During our small group Dinosaur Odyssey study program for couples and solo travellers, we will visit two of the most exciting dinosaur sites in China – Zigong Dinosaur Museum. Your program leader will take us to behind-the-scenes places, field studies in the Sichuan Province and Dinosaur Valley, and in the Yunnan Province. Go behind-the-scenes places, field studies at the dig sites, with first-hand experience at palaeontological dinosaur digs.
The first dinosaur nest of eggs was discovered in Mongolia during 1928.Following an introduction to Mongolian history, culture and desert landscapes, participants will Experience eight days on a paleontological dig. Small group tour for couples and solo mature travellers interested in Mongolia and Dinosaurs.