Calvert Cliffs Full Day Exploration

Guided by a paleontologist & transformative travel mentor

Calvert cliffs offers ancient stories of maryland's past

Discover the ancient stories of Calvert Cliffs with local paleontologist, Paul Murdock Jr. and Transformative Travel mentor Aikta Suri Dhillon. This private beach exploration promises a fascinating and adventurous day of local fun!

OVERVIEW

CAlVERT CLIFFS DAY TRIP

  • Departure Dates: Sunday, May 15, 2021 and June 12,2021
  • Activity Level: Easy 
  • Timing: 9:30 – 5:00 pm
  • Price: $ 295 (per person)
  •  Capacity: Limited to 8 travelers. 

SaturDAY, MAy 15, 2021 or Saturday June 12, 2021

Day Itinerary

Explore a day with Transformative Travel at Calvert Cliffs along with local paleontologist, Paul Murdock Jr. on a private beach location known to be a hot spot for fossil collecting. Fossils found in the region can be up to 20 million years old! This 7.5 hr adventure includes breakfast, lunch, tea, a guided tour of Calvert Marine Museum, and expert guidance on fossil hunting while combing a  private location along the cliffs. All fossils found on the beach are yours to take home.

What's INCLUDED

Each element is consciously designed to provide meaningful experiences.

  • Light breakfast upon arrival. 
  • Museum entrance fees and guided tour. 
  • Fossil exploration: Private beach access with an expert paleontologist. 
  • Packed lunch on the beach 
  • Services of local expert paleontologist
  • Hosted by Transformational Travel mentor Aikta Suri Dhillon. 
  • Tea Time reflection on the beach. 
  • Covid-19 Protocols and Guidelines

YOUR HOST

Paul murdock jr.

Paul began volunteering for the Calvert Marine Museum (CMM) in the summer of 2001 and spotted several articulated specimens in the Cliffs. His discovery enabled him to join the museum for many days of field work as they quarried the discoveries. Since then he has spotted and recovered many specimens along the Cliffs and donated them to museums such as the CMM, VMNH and the Smithsonian. The total count is upwards of 2000. Of these, several are under research as possible new species or as first occurrences from the Calvert Cliffs.

YOUR HOST

AIKTA SURI

Aikta has always been a passionate traveler. She has explored quite a bit of the United States, as well as Mexico, Bahamas, Bermuda, France, Spain, Italy, Austria, Holland, Ireland, England, and various parts of India, including spending five years living in the remote foothills of the Himalayas, outside of India’s oldest tiger reserve, the Jim Corbett Park. 

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