Gobi Dinosaur dig

Australian Geographic Gobi Dinosaur dig – Sep 2017

06/Sep/2017 to 21/Sep/2017
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.
16 days
Asia & The Orient
Level 3 - Moderate
Gobi Dinosaur dig

Australian Geographic Gobi Dinosaur dig – Sep 2017

06/Sep/2017 to 21/Sep/2017
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.
16 days
Asia & The Orient
Level 3 - Moderate
Argentina Dinosaur dig including Titanosaurus
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Argentina Dinosaur dig including Titanosaurus – Australian Geographic – Sep 2017

19/Sep/2017 to 05/Oct/2017
Argentina Dinosaur dig including Titanosaurus Argentina Dinosaur dig including Titanosaurus. This is a small group tour led by Australian Geographic’s John Pickrell to an Argentina Dinosaur dig including Titanosaurus. This link you can watch John's report on the October 2016 Gobi Desert dig. CLICK HERE. The 18 day tour gives you the opportunity to meet some of the best guides and experts on Argentina’s paleontological record. You will also have the opportunity to see  the largest herbivore and the largest carnivore dinosaurs that roamed the planet. Not only do you visit the key sites where the fossil record has been examined. The sites you visit have  made a substantial contribution to the earth’s fossil record.  During this tour you also get to participate on a dig during the tour. Participants spend 3 days at the Proyecto Dino Paleontology center. This site is managed by Scientists from the National University of Comahue.   After the dig you continue to explore further the paleontological record of Argentina. The tour visits sites of paleontological interest around the area of Trelew in the Peninsula Valdés. The Titanosaurus is unique because this is believed to be the largest dinosaur that walked the planet. Just a thigh bone of the Titanosaurus was 30metres long! This dinosaur is believed to been up to 40m long and 20m tall, weighing up to 100 tonnes, a herbivore. What you experience. The Argentina Dinosaur dig including Titanosaurus journeys from Buenos Aires out to Cordoba. The tour includes
17 days
Americas
Level 3 - Moderate
Chinese Dinosaur Dig small group tour

Chinese Dinosaur Dig Small Group Tour – Oct 2017

11/Oct/2017 to 22/Oct/2017
Explore Zigong Dinosaur Museum, one of the richest dinosaur fossil burial sites in China and one of the top 3 dinosaurs museums in the world.
12 days
Asia & The Orient
Level 2 - Introductory to Moderate
Chinese Dinosaur Dig small group tour

Chinese Dinosaur Dig – Apr 2018

06/Apr/2018 to 17/Apr/2018
Explore Zigong Dinosaur Museum, one of the richest dinosaur fossil burial sites in China and one of the top 3 dinosaurs museums in the world.
12 days
Asia & The Orient
Level 2 - Introductory to Moderate
Gobi Dinosaur dig

Gobi Dinosaur Dig – May 2018

10/May/2018 to 25/May/2018
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.
16 days
Asia & The Orient
Level 3 - Moderate
Gobi Dinosaur dig

Australian Geographic Gobi Dinosaur dig – Sep 2018

04/Sep/2018 to 19/Sep/2018
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.
16 days
Asia & The Orient
Level 3 - Moderate
Argentina Dinosaur dig including Titanosaurus

Argentina Dinosaur dig including Titanosaurus – Sep 2018

18/Sep/2018 to 05/Oct/2018
Argentina Dinosaur dig including Titanosaurus Argentina Dinosaur dig including Titanosaurus.  This link you can watch John's report on the October 2016 Gobi Desert dig. CLICK HERE. The 18 day tour gives you the opportunity to meet some of the best guides and experts on Argentina’s paleontological record. You will also have the opportunity to see  the largest herbivore and the largest carnivore dinosaurs that roamed the planet. Not only do you visit the key sites where the fossil record has been examined. The sites you visit have  made a substantial contribution to the earth’s fossil record.  During this tour you also get to participate on a dig during the tour. Participants spend 3 days at the Proyecto Dino Paleontology center. This site is managed by Scientists from the National University of Comahue.   After the dig you continue to explore further the paleontological record of Argentina. The tour visits sites of paleontological interest around the area of Trelew in the Peninsula Valdés. The Titanosaurus is unique because this is believed to be the largest dinosaur that walked the planet. Just a thigh bone of the Titanosaurus was 30metres long! This dinosaur is believed to been up to 40m long and 20m tall, weighing up to 100 tonnes, a herbivore. What you experience. The Argentina Dinosaur dig including Titanosaurus journeys from Buenos Aires out to Cordoba. The tour includes a Visit to Ischigualasto Provincial Park to see the paleontology history of the park. The visit to Ischigualasto
18 days
Americas
Level 3 - Moderate
Chinese Dinosaur Dig small group tour

Chinese Dinosaur Dig Small Group Tour – Oct 2018

10/Oct/2018 to 21/Oct/2018
Explore Zigong Dinosaur Museum, one of the richest dinosaur fossil burial sites in China and one of the top 3 dinosaurs museums in the world.
12 days
Asia & The Orient
Level 2 - Introductory to Moderate