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Welcome to the Zegrahm Expeditions resources page! Here you will find inspiration for your next adventure and information from your last adventure, produced by our field leaders, Seattle office staff, and contributing writers. From blog posts and field reports (daily recaps of a past expeditions with images) to photo galleries and videos, explore your world from our perspective.

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Cape Rosa, South Georgia
December 20, 2011
Field Report

Friday, October 21, 2011 - Santiago, Chile: We gathered in Santiago after long days of traveling for a lovely, outdoor cocktail party on the Hotel W’s top floor. While enjoying the sunset and stunning views of the city we were introduced to Zegrahm’s expert staff, our guides for this much-anticipated 20th anniversary voyage to South Georgia and the Falkland Islands.

Saturday, October 22 - Santiago / Stanley, Falkland Islands / Embark Sea Spirit:...

Steeple Jason Island, Falkland Islands
April 3, 2018
Blog Post

Allan White is a Falkland Islands native, naturalist, Zodiac driver, and has led more than 125 shipboard expeditions around the world (40 of those to Antarctica). He is a Zegrahm Expedition leader on programs to Antarctica, South Georgia, and the Falklands--the place he is proud to call home.

The Falklands are such a remote and mysterious place to most people--what is it like living there?
This windswept group of islands surrounded by a...

Lemaire Channel, Antarctica
February 2, 2010
Blog Post

Zegrahm travelers recently had the privilege of traveling with French Captain Étienne Garcia aboard Le Diamant on our Antarctica, South Georgia & the Falkland Islands itinerary. Below is an excerpt from his farewell speech that was so well received by passengers, staff, and crew that they hoped we would publish it for all to read:

Good evening dear passengers, this is your Captain speaking from the . . . the stage. I don’t have the eloquence of...

Humpback Whale
January 16, 2009
Blog Post

We awoke to find ourselves approaching Elephant Island in thick fog and swells, but the fog soon lifted to reveal Cape Valentine and the towering cliffs of this island made famous by the 1914-1917 Shackleton Expedition. Captain Lemaire brought us right into view of historic Point Wild where twenty-two crew members from the Endurance spent four and a half months until Shackleton’s welcome return upon the Chilean navy cutter Yelcho. Zodiacs were launched and, although the...

Gold Harbour, South Georgia
December 3, 2008
Blog Post

South Georgia exceeded even our wildest expectations. As we head for the Antarctic Peninsula, I am overwhelmed with a sense of awe that there still exists a place of such wild and rugged beauty and where wildlife reigns in concentrations and diversity that has to be seen to be believed. Our expedition began on the north coast and we cruised down the eastern side of the island, calling at bays, coves, harbors, and fjords along the way.

The Bay of Isles served as our introduction, the...

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