Zegrahm's Kimberley, Australia Expedition Listed Best in Travel
Dive Deep Into the Wilds of the Outback with This Remote Journey
Seattle, WA (January 15, 2018) – Zegrahm Expeditions, the world leader in small-ship cruising and overland adventures, is pleased to announce that its Australia’s Kimberley expedition has been recognized in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2018 guidebook.
This exploratory small-ship cruise, departing May 15, 2018, takes voyagers to the remote and rugged Australian Outback, far from popular tourist routes and city lights. Guests will travel to largely uninhabited regions, discover Australia’s unique wildlife—including rock wallabies and saltwater crocodiles—explore the Tiwi Islands with an Aboriginal guide, enjoy a bird’s-eye view of the dramatic gorges of Mitchell Plateau, experience the natural phenomenon of Horizontal Falls, and visit the low-lying Lacepede Islands that sit atop a coral reef.
Plus, guests will be accompanied by a team of world-class experts—including a social anthropologist, naturalist, and marine biologist—who will offer insights into the Kimberley’s people, culture, and wildlife.
“We’re thrilled to be recognized by Lonely Planet for our carefully-crafted itineraries that allow travelers to explore far-flung destinations, like Australia’s Kimberley,” said Zegrahm President Van Perry. “We strive to offer transformative travel experiences that will not only satisfy every guest’s inner explorer, but also offer them a new understanding of the remote regions we visit.”
For more information about Zegrahm’s Australia’s Kimberly: A Voyage to the Outback expedition, visit www.zegrahm.com or call 1-800-628-8747.
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Celebrating nearly 30 years in expedition travel, Seattle-based Zegrahm Expeditions Inc. is a leading adventure travel company specializing in small-ship expedition cruises, tours, and safaris to remote and intriguing destinations around the world. Led by expert guides and lecturers, Zegrahm itineraries are carefully crafted and all-inclusive, feature deluxe accommodations, and operate in all seven continents.