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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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Zambia
June 1, 2015
Blog Post

It is one of the most famous and oft-repeated quotes in history: “Dr. Livingstone, I presume?”

For Sir Henry Morton Stanley, the presumption was a reasonable one to make, given that he and David Livingstone were the only two Europeans to be found in Ujiji, a small village along the shores of Lake Tanganyika, on November 10, 1871.

At the time, the Welsh-born Stanley—who, at a young age, had immigrated to the United States, and served in both the Confederate and Union...

April 25, 2015
Blog Post

For 25 years, we have been taking inquisitve travelers to the ends of the earth; in 2016, our trend continues. We're offering 35 unique adventures next year, 11 of which are brand-new itineraries! We think our line-up will inspire even the most well-traveled explorers; take a look at our new expeditions below and contact us at info@zegrahm.com or 206.285.4000, for any questions or to book today.

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Ancient rock art
September 28, 2011
Blog Post

If you are anything like me, exploring a country means not only appreciating its aesthetics, but also getting to the core of how its people and culture have shaped its history. And, the amazing part of Zegrahm’s upcoming expedition to South Africa is that we’ll see its rich history come to life. Our journey is punctuated by encounters with the local people—enjoying their food, language, and customs—and visits to some of the country’s most historically significant places.

Acknowledged...

Dogon Dancers
October 19, 2008
Blog Post

A longtime archaeologist, both above and below the water, Hector’s particular passion is the merging of cultures, past and present. Mali and its fabled crossroads city, Timbuktu, have provided lifelong fascination.

Many decades ago, when I was a child and European colonies still girdled the globe, there was a giant amorphous mass in western North Africa labeled “French West Africa” on our school atlas. Bordered by Algeria and Libya on the north, the Sudan on the east, and...

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