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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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travel expeditions for 2019
April 19, 2018
Blog Post

New and Unique Trips Around The World

Unlike other tour operators, Zegrahm’s calendar of expeditions changes from year to year. 2019 is no different, with 15 brand-new itineraries that have been carefully curated to immerse you in the culture and natural history of each exotic destination.  

We recently caught up with Director of Planning, Jon Nicholson, to find out more about the trip planning process and the exciting new expedition lineup....

Travel Micronesia
April 18, 2018
Field Report

Monday, February 26, 2018
Cairns, Australia / Rabaul, Papua New Guinea / Embark Caledonian Sky

After a good night’s sleep in Cairns we flew to Kokopo airport, Rabaul. Splendid views of the Torres Strait below marked the northern edge of Australia and the southern coastline of Papua New Guinea. Upon arrival we stopped to visit a Japanese barge tunnel, part of over 300 miles of tunnels laboriously cut into the...

Bagan, Myanmar
April 18, 2018
Blog Post

Located in the northeastern part of the Indian Ocean, the Bay of Bengal is the largest bay in the world. It encompasses approximately 839,000 square miles, and is bordered by India, Bangladesh, and Myanmar.

Nearly a dozen different rivers feed into the bay, including the mighty Ganges, Brahmaputra, and Meghna. The expansive delta created by these rivers is a diverse marine ecosystem that includes the...

Reindeer, Lapland
February 1, 2018
Blog Post

The planet’s polar regions, the Arctic and Antarctic, are both remarkably cold, which may explain why people often get them confused. Both are technically cold deserts, with very little precipitation. In both places the winters are frozen and devastatingly dark. Summers are still somewhat frozen (though...

Maasai Warrior
January 29, 2018
Blog Post

Standing proud in the savannah with their red blankets and painted shields, the Maasai people have become one of the more widely known symbols of East Africa; the Maasai shield is even featured on Kenya’s national flag. It’s not uncommon in Kenya and Tanzania to see the Maasai in their traditional dress, not only in their villages but also in the...

Japanese Tea Ceremony
January 23, 2018
Infographics

Japan is a warm and welcoming country, but its unique culture can be as daunting as it is captivating for the first-time visitor. To help create a blooper-free journey, ready yourself with a few of these basic etiquette tips before your trip.  

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Ultimate Galapagos
May 18, 2020
Blog Post

Lately we've heard a lot about the negative impacts mass tourism has had on beloved destinations such as Barcelona, Venice, and Scotland’s Isle of Skye.

So perhaps it’s no surprise that more and more people are looking for intimate, immersive travel experiences that get them away from the crowds...

Hokkaido: Japan's Wild Island
January 18, 2018
Video
This May, we'll be embarking on our brand-new expedition to Hokkaido: Japan's Wild Island - and we can't wait! Program Manager Sean Koenig recently returned from a scouting trip to the region with Expedition Leader and Ornithologist...
Gorillas of the Congo
January 16, 2018
Blog Post

For any wildlife fanatic, witnessing gorillas in their natural habitat is usually high up on the list of once-in-a-lifetime experiences. The Republic of the Congo has long been known as one of the best places in the world for spotting these beautiful creatures, despite the fact that they can be elusive without an expert guide by your side.

All species of gorillas are currently...

Apataki, Tuamotu Islands
January 10, 2018
Field Report

Monday, November 6, 2017 - Papeete, Tahiti / Embark Caledonian Sky

We converged on the city of Papeete from distant reaches of the planet for the same reason: to embark on an expedition to experience the culture, wildlife, and landscapes of the South Pacific. We arrived at the InterContinental Resort, some of us coming early to explore Tahiti on our own. Before meeting as a group for brunch, we took a dip in the pool or...

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