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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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Iguana in Tobago Cays
January 16, 2019
Field Report

Sunday, November 25, 2018
Martinique

We arrived from different corners of the world to explore the lesser-traveled islands of the Caribbean, our flights touching down at Fort-de-France, the sleepy capital city of Martinique. On the drive to Le Cap Est Lagoon Resort, we admired the lush green vegetation covering impressive volcanic peaks.

In the evening, we gathered for a cocktail party and dinner with our fellow travelers, where...

Martinique
February 21, 2017
Field Report

Sunday, December 4, 2016 - USA / Martinique

We touched down at Fort-de-France, a sleepy capital city set against a backdrop of saw-tooth volcanic peaks. We checked in to the Cap Est Lagoon Hotel & Spa Resort where we gathered with our fellow travelers and met Expedition Leader Jeff Gneiser and Cruise Director Cynthia Gneiser.

As an astounding background chorus of resident frogs cranked into high...

Havana, Cuba
September 30, 2016
Video

Our conversation with Expedition Leaders Nadia Eckhardt and Rich Pagen comes to a close; watch as they share what they're most looking forward to when returning to Cuba in the next few months. Hint: Rich is ready to relax with a mojito! Thanks for tuning in this week, and be sure to click the links below to catch the entire series! 

 

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Vinales Valley, Cuba
September 28, 2016
Video

Our conversation with Expedition Leaders Nadia Eckhardt and Rich Pagen continues! Watch as they describe the incredible wildlife you'll see, including the Cuban bee hummingbird and the endemic Cuban trogon, as well as some of the accommodations you'll be staying in. And, be sure to stay tuned for Part 4: Cuba's Friendly Locals, Culture & Currency.

 

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Zodiac cruise
July 20, 2016
Video

We're happy to tell you what a Zegrahm expedition is really like, but why not hear it from our guests? In this video, you'll hear explorers from the Arctic to the Antarctic - and in between! - sharing just some of the incredible highlights of a Zegrahm expedition.

October 19, 2015
Video

Zegrahm cofounder, Jack Grove, recently gave a TEDx Talk about "A Shifting Paradigm in the Galapagos," and we are thrilled to share it with you! This is a great example of the in-depth knowledge you will be exposed to when traveling with Jack in the Galapagos. 

For more information on our Galapagos expeditions, visit our destination page....

San Cristobal Island
July 28, 2015
Field Report

Our Wild Galapagos expedition earlier this year was an incredible success; enjoy some of our favorite images from Las Ilas Encantadas. 

Belem, Brazil
July 8, 2015
Field Report

Saturday, April 4, 2015 - Belém, Brazil: We converged on the city of Belém at the mouth of the Amazon River, to explore one of the most biologically diverse regions on the planet. This incredible river, which discharges more water than any other river in the world, accounts for nearly 1/5 of all river outflow on the planet! The Amazon basin represents over half of the planet’s remaining rainforests, and comprises the largest and most biodiverse tract...

Baltra Island, Galapagos
August 22, 2014
Field Report

Our recently completed Ultimate Galapagos expedition returned with some incredible images from Las Islas Encantadas. Check out these pictures from the archipelago, courtesy of Zegrahm cofounder Jack Grove, leader Greg Estes, and several adventurers along for the ride.  

Quito, Ecuador
December 1, 2013
Field Report

Wednesday, October 9, 2013 - Quito, Ecuador: Wherever you were coming from, or where your flight originated, it’s a safe bet that when your plane made its descent into Quito, it didn’t have to descend as far as it originally climbed. This is because Quito sits at 9,350 feet, on the lower slopes of the volcano Pichincha. If you were near a window during that descent, your first image of Quito was of a whitewashed colonial-style city with few tall buildings, sprawling across...

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