Trip scholar

Professor Mike Searle, Professor of Earth Science, the University of Oxford
Professor Bruce Levell, visiting Professor at the University of Oxford


  • Traverse Jebel Akhdar, the highest peak in Eastern Arabia and witness the Mesozoic shelf carbonates

  • Drive to the rim of Oman’s Grand Canyon with its amazing views, spectacular hill villages, flowing streams and deep wadis

  • Drive through some remote parts of the Oman Mountains around Wadi Hawasina

  • Witness the world’s largest and best exposed sheath fold along Wadi Mayh gorge

  • Explore the magnificent coastline around Muscat, including the fjords of Bandar Jissah and the old souq at Muttrah


15-27 January 2022


From £4,995 per person (flights from LHR included)
£1,420 single supplement

More information

Oman is a fascinating country, its history and culture shaped in no small part by its geography. This is a rare opportunity for amateur geologists to explore the landscapes and geology of Oman, with visits to cultural sites included. You will discover this geological paradise including the world’s largest and best exposed ophiolite, eclogites, sheath folds, fantastic exposures of Mesozoic limestones and ancient Tethyan Oceanic seamounts, as well as its amazing deserts and beautiful coastline.

Further details & bookings

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