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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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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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The Zegrahm Blog: Your World. Our Perspective.

  • Tripe Soup, Romania

    A Romanian Feast

    November 29, 2016 | Blog Post

    Situated on the crossroads of East and West, Romania has been conquered and occupied by a variety of different civilizations over the centuries—Greek, Roman, Ottoman, and Austro-Hungarian—while trade with other European countries, such as France, Italy, Poland, and Russia, have also had a profound effect on the language and culture of Romania.

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    Bay Islands, Honduras

    Happy Thanksgiving from Zegrahm Expeditions

    November 22, 2016 | Blog Post

    At this time of year, as we join our family and friends and reflect on what we're thankful for, a common thread that unites the staff here at Zegrahm is, of course, travel. Here are just a few of the moments—across all seven continents—we're most grateful for experiencing over the past year: 

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    Klaipeda, Lithuania

    Amber Alert - On the Lookout for "Baltic Gold"

    November 16, 2016 | Blog Post

    Like silk, amber was once considered so valuable that it earned a namesake trade route. Stretching from the Baltic coast across Bohemia to the Danube—then forking on to Greece, Italy, the Black Sea, and beyond to Asia Minor—the Amber Route dates from the Bronze Age, when merchants exchanged the semi-precious stone for ceramics, glassware, copper, and coins of silver and gold.

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  • Samarkand, Uzbekistan

    Understanding the 'Stans

    November 16, 2016 | Blog Post

    The block of former Soviet republics—Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, and Tajikistan—is the new frontier for audacious adventurers. Here’s what you need to know about visiting Central Asia.

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    Almaty, Kazakhstan

    There's Nothing Lame About Tamerlane

    November 16, 2016 | Blog Post

    As a young man, the 14th-century Turko-Mongol military leader Timur sustained crippling injuries to his right hand and hip. The latter caused a rather severe limp, earning him the nickname Timur-e Lang or “Timur the Lame”—the origin of his European moniker, Tamerlane.

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    Sapporo, Japan

    Voting for 2018 is Underway!

    November 3, 2016 | Blog Post

    This election season, we at Zegrahm vote for a straight ticket to adventure with this informal ballot of top expeditions for 2018. It’s a competitive race, stretching across three continents with a referendum on nature and new cultural experiences.

    Here’s a look at our 2018 candidates:

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  • Tallinn, Estonia

    Old World Order: The Hanseatic League

    November 1, 2016 | Blog Post

    The news of the day is filled with trade agreements, financial influence, the effects of capitalism, and growing competition from outsiders.

    Welcome to Northern Europe circa 1400.

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    Photography in Antarctica

    What's the Best Way to Organize Photos During a Trip?

    November 1, 2016 | Blog Post

    As an avid traveler and photographer, I have a personal photo library of over 50,000 images. From randomly scanned prints to cell phone uploads, I’ve learned over the years that taking time to organize your photos is just as important as setting up that perfect shot. Having a plan of action and spending a few minutes to organize your images right away will save you hours of searching later!

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    Australia's Kimberley

    The Kimberley "Keeps Calling Me Back"

    October 28, 2016 | Blog Post

    As we put our finishing touches on our upcoming expedition to Australia’s remote Kimberley region, you might say our expert field staff is getting “stoked” (excited).

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  • Bran Castle

    Taking a Bite Out of the Dracula Legend

    October 28, 2016 | Blog Post

    Despite numerous natural and cultural attractions—including seven Saxon-built fortified churches and the historic center of Sighisoara, designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites—the Transylvania region of central Romania is forever linked with the infamous legend of Dracula.

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    Vietnamese Pho

    An Epicurean's Guide to Vietnam

    October 20, 2016 | Blog Post

    Michael Moore has been working with us for nearly a decade; he earned both his BS in biology and an MS degree in ecology, ethology, and evolution at the University of Illinois.

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    Australia's Kimberley, Brent Stephenson

    Capturing the Kimberley

    October 20, 2016 | Blog Post

    Brent Stephenson is an ornithologist who spent years studying the breeding biology of Australasian gannets in New Zealand.

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