Why visit volcanoes?

Volcanism is the most fascinating force of the planet. Volcanic areas are among the most interesting and beautiful in the world: think of Italy, Greece, Iceland, Indonesia and many others.
So why not go on an adventure and visit an active volcano?



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Guaranteed tours:
23 Feb - 1 Mar 2020: Volcanoes of the Danakil desert - Danakil desert (Ethiopia)
4-8 May 2020: Krakatau Volcano Special - Krakatau volcano (Indonesia)
9-17 May 2020: From Stromboli to Etna - Eolian Islands + Etna volcano (Italy)
11-29 Aug 2020: Kamchatka - Land of Colors - Kamchatka (Russia)
3-19 Sep 2020: Volcanoes of Java - Java (Indonesia)
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About Us:

We are a leading volcano tour specialist. Our professional team of volcanologists, photographers and tour guides offers unique travel opportunities: volcano expeditions, photo tours, and relaxed walking & study tours.
We focus on small groups and offer both scheduled group tour dates and custom dates arranged on request.
Whether you are passionate about volcanoes or want to enjoy a different vacation, you have found the right place. Have a look inside or read what clients have said about us!.

About our tours:

  • Expert guides with hands-on experience and scientific knowledge
  • Adventure: active volcanoes from close!
  • Small international groups
  • Personalized service and attention to each guest
  • Good balance between physical effort and relaxing
  • Authentic accommodation & tasty local food
  • Sustainable tourism principle
  • High standards of logistics on location
  • Fascinating landscapes
  • Get to know intriguing cultures and people
  • Archaeology and history and their connection to volcanoes
  • Last, but not least: fun and holiday memories!

News


Friday, Sep 27, 2019
a volcanically very active summer has ended: ... [more]

Thursday, Jun 20, 2019
We have 2 spots left for our expedition to Nyiragongo volcano in August. Camp for two nights on the rim of the giant crater and trek through dense forest to observe some of the last mountain gorillas in the Virunga National Park. [more]

Thursday, Jun 13, 2019
Photos taken during our recent Etna Discovery tour in late May 2019. Our group was lucky to witness the short eruption of Etna which started 30 May and ended a few days later. Photos taken by Tobias Schorr. [more]

Featured available group tours:

Volcanoes of Java: 18 days trekking tour
Java (Indonesia): Volcanoes of Java
(17-days walking and trekking tour on Java)
17 days / 16 nights - Moderate-Challenging
3180 €  ? 
2-18 Jun 2020
2-18 Jul 2020
1-17 Aug 2020

Erta Ale Volcano Special - expedition to Erta Ale's current eruption
Danakil desert (Ethiopia): Volcanoes of the Danakil desert
(8 days expedition to Erta Ale and Dallol (Danakil depression, Ethiopia))
6 - 8 days - Moderate
$ 3360  ? 
Custom and group dates
24-31 Jan 2020
1-8 Mar 2020
28 Nov - 5 Dec 2020

Volcano tour to Kamchatka
Kamchatka (Russia): Kamchatka - Land of Colors
(volcano expedition to Kamchatka)
16-19 days - Easy-Moderate
4590 €  ? 
11-29 Aug 2020

Mountains of Fire - From Stromboli to Etna
Eolian Islands + Etna volcano (Italy): From Stromboli to Etna
(9-days walking & study tour to Stromboli, Lipari, Vulcano and Etna with a volcanologist)
9 days / 8 nights - Easy-Moderate
2780 €  ? 
11-19 Apr 2020
9-17 May 2020
16-24 May 2020

Expedition to active Anak Krakatau volcano
Krakatau volcano (Indonesia): Krakatau Volcano Special
(expedition to study & observe Anak Krakatau volcano and its activity)
3 -7 days - Easy
1450 €  ? 
Custom and group dates
when erupting
4-8 May 2020
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