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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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Yakushima in Japan's Ryukyu Islands

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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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    January 11, 2017 | Blog Post

    With all the gridlock on our roadways, we forget that some of the world’s busiest transportation routes aren’t even on dry land. The oldest-known canals date back to 4000 BC in Mesopotamia, where they were used for irrigation. Yet these artificial waterways have played an even more crucial economic role in the development of civilization.

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    Samarkand, Uzbekistan

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    January 10, 2017 | Blog Post

    The largest of the four ‘Stans, Kazakhstan is a country of steppes landscaped with vast plains and hilly plateaus crisscrossed by rivers and lakes, including the Aral Sea, within its boundaries.

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    Mountain Gorilla, Rwanda

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    January 10, 2017 | Blog Post

    It seems just about everyone is getting their genetic makeup tested these days. Yet in the search to find our DNA ancestry, we often overlook our closest living relatives—the Great Apes.

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  • Ultimate Galapagos

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    Genghis Khaan

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    January 10, 2017 | Blog Post

    The Mogul Temüjin, known to history as Chinggis Khaan or Genghis Khan, was a warrior and ruler of great genius. Regarded by many as the founder of the Mongol nation, he was a soldier of ambition and determination.

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    Bunaken National Marine Park, Indonesia

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    January 5, 2017 | Field Report

    Saturday - Monday, November 5 - 7, 2016Singapore, Singapore / Jakarta, Indonesia / Manado / Embark Caledonian Sky / Bunaken National Marine Park / Siladeng Island

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  • Polynesian Girls

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    January 3, 2017 | Blog Post

    When you’re considering an exotic expedition halfway around the world, it helps to hear firsthand accounts from fellow intrepid travelers.

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    January 3, 2017 | Blog Post

    For at least 2,000 years, Polynesians have decorated their bodies with tattoos. Known variously as tatau, moku, patutiki , and uki, tattooing served as a form of communication among peoples across Oceania.

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    Bornholm Island, Denmark

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    For centuries, various groups sought dominance over the lucrative trade route in the Baltic region. Between the 12th and 17th centuries, the German-based Hanseatic League established and maintained a trade monopoly in the Baltic and throughout northern Europe, ensuring the safe passage of goods for every member country.

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  • Papeete, Tahiti | Michael Moore

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    December 28, 2016 | Blog Post

    In 1976, University of Hawaii professor Ben Finney set out in a traditional Polynesian, twin-hulled canoe on the 2,700-mile-long voyage from Hawaii to Tahiti.

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    December 28, 2016 | Blog Post

    We recently reached out to our field staff, to find out what their favorite wildlife experiences of 2016 were. From South America to Australia’s Kimberley, our staff have traveled the world this year. Below, enjoy their stories.  

     

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    Polynesia

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    December 28, 2016 | Blog Post

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