Ice Road to diamond mines in Canada's Northwest Territories
    Lucara's Karowe Mine
 Gahcho Kue mine in the snow   Gahcho Kué open-pit mine, the world’s largest new diamond mine for 13 years, opened in September 2016.  it is a joint venture between De Beers and Mountain Province Diamonds.  It lies 280km north east of Yellowknife in Canada's Northwest Territories.
    Aerial view of Debmarine's Debmar Atlantic vessel which mines diamonds off the coast of Namibia 
    The Diavik Diamond mine in the remote Northwest Territories of Canada
Rio Tinto and Dominion Diamond
     Namdeb platform in Namibia
 Jwaneng Mine   Jwaneng Mine in Botswana 
 ALROSA International mine in the snow    ALROSA's International mine in Yakutia, Russia
 Victor mine Ontario on a sunny but wintry day    De Beers' Victor mine in northern Ontario, Canada
 Sunset view of Karowe   Sunset at Karowe Mine, Botswana
    ALROSA mine
 Argle process plant reflected in the lake   The Argyle Diamond Mine processing plant in remote Western Australia operates 24 hours a day 365 days of the year
 Employees discussing in the Orapa Mine pit   Orapa Mine Pit, Botswana 
 Ekati mine   Ekati Mine
Dominion Diamond
 Lockhart Lake winter road to Diavik   The Winter Road used for carrying vital supplies into the diamond mines in the remote Northwest Territories of Canada.
 3 people overlooking Jwaneng  

Miners overlooking the plant at Jwaneng Mine in Botswana

 Koffiefontein mine in South Africa   Koffiefontein mine in South Africa
Petra Diamonds
 Cullinan mine in South Africa   Petra's Cullinan mine, South Africa
One of the world’s most celebrated diamond mines, Cullinan is renowned as an important source of large, high value diamonds and very rare blue diamonds.
    The Northern Lights at the Diavik Diamond mine in the Northwest Territories of Canada
 Processing Plant at Orapa Mine   The processing plant at Orapa Mine, Botswana