The practice of mineralogical tourism has long existed in the world. It came from the tradition of bringing a sea shell, beach pebbles or a magnet to the souvenirs from vacation. The tourism ministries of many countries realized in time that tourists are very happy to get souvenirs rather than buying them. Thus, tourists began to be allowed to search for minerals in the country. In order not to leave the country without coal, quartz and precious stones, the Ministry of Tourism of each country carefully discusses how many finds a tourist can take with him. Usually this is not more than two or three copies. And some even prohibit the export of minerals outside the state, exhibiting them in museums.
The essence of mineralogical tourism is to find stones of different values. Members of the expedition, as a rule, are not professionals. Armed with Continue reading