Would you like to spend an alternative day in the beautiful outdoor environment of South Wales? Would you like to see early dinosaur footprints exposed in Upper Triassic rocks or, world class Lower Jurassic outcrops illustrating the impact of cycles in the Earths orbit about the Sun on the formation of rocks.
Kevin Bate, a seasoned Petroleum Geologist, established South Wales GeoTours to support the tourism industry in South Wales and is now providing personalised guidance and explanation of the Lower Carboniferous, Triassic and Lower Jurassic geology of the Vale of Glamorgan and the Gwent Levels to interested individuals and groups.
If you want to join me in learning all about these exciting features please proceed to Book to arrange a one-day field trip* for a small fee. The aim is to have a day-out that will be hard to forget.
* Trips generally last for 5 hours including a stop for lunch. Public toilets are available at almost all localities as is paid car parking. Sturdy footwear must be worn as some beaches are comprised of slippery & uneven rocks.
Terms and Conditions
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"Geo Tours is a really good day out with an experienced and well-versed Geologist. Kevin really knows his stuff and can answer all yours questions. The day I spent with him I thoroughly enjoyed and I learnt so so much. I would recommend a day out with Kevin to any one who has an interest in geology or just wants to know more about their local area. Kevin caters well for all ages and welcomes anyone from 0-400 million years old" Atlantic College staff member, April 2019
“Wondering what do to with the kids during the school holiday? For a fascinating day out we, that is me and my two primary school palaeontologists, went searching for dinosaurs! Undeterred by the rain and the wind the kids were totally engrossed with the tour so ably led by Kevin. With his wealth of knowledge and experience Kevin pointed-out the fossilised dinosaur footprints and brought them to life with his descriptions of how they were made and shared in the kids, and my, excitement of finding “our own” dinosaur footprints and imagining the landscape alive with beasts. A grand day out!” Father of two, December 2018