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Zegrahm Expeditions Travel Resources

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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Best Travel Credit Card
January 7, 2020
Blog Post

The Best Travel Credit Card Options

Travel credit cards are becoming increasingly popular, and that’s not surprising. When you consider how many added perks you get for simply using them, it’s more surprising that many people still aren’t using them.

They can help you book trips easier and usually offer exclusive perks for...

winter vacation ideas
January 3, 2020
Blog Post

The Best Winter Vacation Ideas

As the weather gets gloomier, most people start craving sunlight and warmth, even if just for a few weeks.

Luckily, there are plenty of easily-accessible winter vacation destinations that can fit anyone’s taste. It’s just a matter of coming up with winter vacation ideas that are the right fit.

So, in this article, we’ll explore some of the...

Best Gift For Travelers
December 6, 2019
Blog Post

The Best Gifts for Travelers

Finding the right gifts for people who travel isn’t an easy task.

People who enjoy traveling usually value experiences over possessions, so whatever you get them must be practical or help them achieve their travel dreams.

Luckily, there are plenty of gifts for travelers that...

worlds best wildlife parks
December 23, 2019
Blog Post

The Best Wildlife Parks & Wildlife Tours in the World for Animal Lovers

Global interest in nature-based tourism, which includes wildlife tourism, has grown rapidly over the last decade. At the same time, wildlife has become increasingly under threat from issues such as habitat loss, poaching, and a lack of funding for conservation.

Richard Damania, lead economist for the...

solo travel
July 17, 2019
Blog Post

Solo travel is a rapidly growing trend nowadays, as more and more people are discovering the joys of traveling alone.

Some solo travelers love going it alone simply to have the freedom of making their own choices, all day, every day. Some like the opportunities for engaging with locals when they travel, and meeting new people on the road. Others (and women especially)...

what to pack for a cruise
June 26, 2019
Blog Post

The Ultimate Cruise Packing List (Including Cold, Hot/Dry, & Tropical Climates) 

Packing for a cruise vacation isn’t always smooth sailing. There are a number of things to consider when deciding what to bring on a cruise, including how long your cruise is, where you’ll be cruising, the climate of your intended destination, and any activities you’ll be taking part in along the way.

Depending on the type of ship and your chosen destination, you...

A colorful fish in a reef
June 25, 2019
Field Report

Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Broome, Australia

Located in the far northwest of Australia, our independent journeys to this remote part of the island-continent finally ended in Broome. Staying at the beautiful Cable Beach Resort overlooking the Indian Ocean, we met our fellow travelers, renewed old acquaintances, and made new friends while sipping sunset cocktails. Tom Hiney and Sacha Guggenheimer welcomed us as we sat down for dinner...

Agile wallaby in Broome
June 13, 2019
Field Report

Sunday, May 5, 2019
Broome, Australia

After flying over the magnificent expanse of the Australian continent, we were finally able to step down upon the red earth of this very remote town, Broome. It was hot, very hot; the blistering heat greeting us for the start of our expedition into the Kimberley. Settling into the luxurious Cable Beach Club Resort we began to acclimatize, rest and explore the man-made tropical landscapes created here....

Best Snorkeling & Diving Destinations
June 3, 2019
Blog Post

Our Top 10 Picks 

In early 2012, while staying at a glamping resort on a private island off the coast of Panama, my wife and I did a one-day scuba training session.

Within a few hours, we were diving in Coiba National Park, a UNESCO-protected marine reserve that forms part of the Tropical Eastern Pacific Marine Corridor. After years of snorkeling, it was an incredible introduction to scuba diving. We saw massive pods of dolphins and tuna en route...

Baining Fire Dance
April 17, 2019
Field Report

Wednesday, March 6, 2019
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea / Rabaul / Embark Caledonian Sky

Today marked the first day of our voyage through Micronesia! We departed the Airways Hotel—where the Vue Restaurant’s delightful breakfast was only surpassed by the panoramic vista of the Owen Stanley Ranges—for Jacksons International Airport and our charter flight to Rabaul. Taking off just after 10:00 AM, we turned northeast...

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