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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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Seychelles White-eye
January 2, 2019
Field Report

Monday, October 22, 2018
Mahe Island, Seychelles

All fellow travelers arrived safely after seemingly convoluted journeys into the tropical Seychelles, the humidity like a gentle kiss after the dry conditions endured on aircraft. We were met at the airport and transferred to our accommodation at the Eden Bleu Hotel, located on reclaimed land offshore of the main island. Some of us joined one of the excursions on offer, while others simply...

New Zealand Cruise
December 20, 2018
Blog Post

From Scenic Fjords & Rare Wildlife, To Lush Rainforests and Sub-Antarctic Islands

 

There’s a noticeable difference between regular cruising and expedition-style cruising. If you’ve ever wanted to get a taste of the adventure that the early explorers experienced, an expedition cruise around New Zealand offers a chance to explore pristine wilderness and see species of exotic wildlife many...

travel to the bay of bengal
November 26, 2018
Blog Post

The Sundarbans - A Note From Rich Pagen

"I invite you to join me on an exciting journey through the northern Bay of Bengal, traveling from India to Bangladesh and finally Myanmar. In addition to the transect of diverse cultures we will be immersing ourselves in, I am particularly excited to spend three days visiting and exploring the largest...

Oberammergau Bavaria Germany
October 29, 2018
Blog Post

The life and death of Jesus Christ – the religious leader who was said to be born of a virgin, performed miracles throughout his life, and whom the Romans ultimately crucified for his beliefs – is one of the world’s most widely known stories.

Jesus of Nazareth became the central figure of Christianity, in which he is believed to have been the long-awaited Messiah (Christ) that the Old Testament had prophesied. After his tragic, untimely death, his spiritually driven life inspired...

Is Myanmar safe for travel?
October 26, 2018
Blog Post

A Balanced Look at the Realities of Traveling to Myanmar

 

Located east of India in Southern Asia, Myanmar was isolated from the rest of the world for more than half a century. Ruled by a brutal military dictatorship, its borders were permanently closed, and the country was traumatized by one of the longest-running civil wars in modern history. 

In 2011, Myanmar (which was formerly known as Burma) fully embraced democracy. Its borders were...

Transportation in Japan
October 16, 2018
Blog Post

Japan has an efficient public transportation network, especially within metropolitan areas and between the large cities. Japanese public transportation is characterized by its punctuality, superb service, and the large numbers of people using it.

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Things To Do In Japan
October 16, 2018
Blog Post

With all the contrasts of this complex culture, what should you see and do on your trip to Japan?

Here are a few places we recommend for first-time travelers.

Tokyo

Meiji Shrine (Tokyo) - Located in the Shibuya neighborhood, the Meiji Shrine honors the deified spirits of Emperor Meiji (Japan’s 122nd emperor, who opened Japan to the west...

Food and Wine in The Iberian Peninsula
October 15, 2018
Blog Post

Sights, Sounds, and Flavors of The Iberian Penninsula

The Iberian Peninsula includes Spain and Portugal, two of the most dynamic countries in Europe. There, centuries of conquests, migrations, and trade have created a cultural diversity like few other places on the continent.

From foggy, rain-swept, and bagpipe-playing Galicia in Northern Spain to steamy Andalucia in the South (where the traces of centuries of Arab domination are still present in...

The Bay of Bengal: India, Bangladesh, and Myanmar
September 27, 2018
Blog Post

It’s the largest bay in the world, and at its widest stretches some 1,000 miles, from Myanmar in the east to India in the west. Maritime traders and migrants created a colorful tapestry of cultures. Rivers, including the sacred Ganges and legendary Irrawaddy, empty into the bay and create dramatic landscapes and wildlife habitats for migratory birds and even swimming tigers. With ports of call ranging from remote villages and nature reserves to bustling cities and vast Buddhist ruins,...

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