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For over 25 years, Zegrahm Expeditions has taken inquisitive travelers to the ends of the earth. Come explore with us!

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White-faced Capuchin Monkeys, Isla Coiba, Panama | Photo Credit: Marian Herz

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Explore the World of Zegrahm Expeditions

We are a company of explorers and adventurers. For over 25 years, we have shared our passion for unique experiences with like-minded travelers by weaving together the world's most inspiring and remote destinations, on all seven continents, into one-of-a-kind itineraries. Explore the world of Zegrahm in this short video.

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Partnering for the Planet

Zegrahm Expeditions is proud to partner with The Nature Conservancy to support its mission to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. Together, we will work towards protecting our planet as we introduce travelers to the wonders and value of nature. 


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  • San Blas Archipelago, Panama

    The Best Caribbean Islands for Avoiding Crowds

    August 15, 2017 | Blog Post

    Mass tourism can be a major buzzkill. Many Caribbean destinations have been tainted by overdevelopment, with major cruise lines unleashing thousands of travelers swarming their bustling colonial cities. But the best Caribbean islands offer visitors a chance to get away from the crowds and savor the peaceful tranquility of unspoiled nature.

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    The Himalayas

    Altitude Sickness Remedies & Prevention

    August 14, 2017 | Blog Post

    It was a dream come true: I was in Bhutan, hiking up a steep incline to one of the world’s most coveted destinations.

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    Jaguar

    Guyana's Jaguar, Nature Unleashed

    August 10, 2017 | Blog Post

    It has been clocked at astonishing speeds, particularly on long straightaways. A hugely successful racing model, its compact, sturdy frame is a marvel of efficiency that puts the competition to shame.

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  • Australia's Kimberley

    Australia's Kimberley: Tales from The Nature Conservancy

    August 8, 2017 | Blog Post

    This blog originally appeared on The Nature Conservancy.

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    Lanzarote Island, Canary Islands, Spain

    10 Things to Do on Canary Islands Holidays

    August 7, 2017 | Blog Post

    From lush forests to daunting volcanoes, Canary Islands holidays offer unexpected variety and dramatic, dynamic landscapes.

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    Borneo beach

    Multi-Dimensional Borneo

    August 4, 2017 | Blog Post

    Like a bowl of its popular Sarawak laksa soup, Borneo is a complex concoction that is rich with flavor and rapidly addictive. The third-largest island in the world behind Greenland and New Guinea, Borneo spans some 287,000 square miles—more than Texas and twice the size of Germany.

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  • Sudbury Cay, Great Barrier Reef, Australia

    Is the Great Barrier Reef Dead? Why Now is the Best Time to Visit

    August 2, 2017 | Blog Post

    Considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is our planet’s largest and most vital reef system. It’s comprised of over 2,900 individual reefs and 1,050 islands, which stretch out over 1,400 miles long.

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    Golden Circle

    Circumnavigation of Iceland, 2017 Field Report

    July 31, 2017 | Field Report

    Friday & Saturday, June 2 & 3, 2017 - Reykjavík, Iceland / Embark Ocean Diamond

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    Samoa & Tonga

    Samoa vs. American Samoa - Two Sides of Paradise

    July 27, 2017 | Blog Post

    As a people, Samoans share a common language, a warm, generous spirit, a love of tattoos, and a 3,000-year-old cultural code. Fa’a Samoa, the Samoan Way, emphasizes loyalty to family, respect for one’s elders, and a commitment to serving the community, which is considered all-important. But one thing Samoans no longer share? The same time zone.

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  • Antarctic Sunset

    The Best Places for Stargazing Around the World

    July 25, 2017 | Blog Post

    On August 21, the moon will pass in front of the sun and the sky will turn completely dark in the middle of the day. Total solar eclipses like this occur approximately once every 18 months, but they’re usually only visible from less than half a percent of the Earth’s surface. This will be the first total solar eclipse visible in the United States since 1979.

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    Kenya & Tanzania Under Canvas

    Kenya's Bushland, Birthplace of the Safari

    July 24, 2017 | Blog Post

    The traveler who goes on safari in Kenya is a bit like a golfer hitting the links at St. Andrews. Beyond the sheer enjoyment of their experience, there is an ever-present awareness of the history and heritage surrounding them.

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    Canal to Cuba with Panama, Costa Rica & Colombia

    Hear it From the Experts - Our Field Staff Love Central America

    July 21, 2017 | Blog Post

    We’ve been traveling to Central America—including Panama, Costa Rica, and Cuba—for nearly two decades; in that time, we’ve honed an incredible itinerary, filled with stunning sights both above and below the waterline.

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