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Zegrahm Expeditions: Journeys Good For Bucket Lists

Ready to do something completely different this vacation? Ready to go off the beaten tourist path with a team of seasoned explorers and adventurers? For a quarter century Zegrahm Expeditions has been turning routine tourists into bucket-list travelers. Zegrahm’s founders, field directors, and program managers annually scout the earth to craft a unique roster of expeditions far from the well-trodden tourist routes. Using their own expertise and feedback from the traveler community, Zegrahm presents unusual opportunities for inquisitive guests to immerse themselves in the culture and natural history of a destination.

Far and Wide – You’ve done the standard itineraries. Now it’s time to think about going deep into Namibia or Botswana for an up close look at big wildlife; roaming through the hinterlands of Siberia and its remote Kamchatka Peninsula; circumnavigating the Black Sea; meandering among medieval villages along the Dalmatian coast; trekking up to Tiger’s Nest Monastery in Bhutan. With veteran explorers as your guides, you’ll soon feel like an expert on fascinating places nobody at home has ever heard about. Be the first of your friends to blog from the biosphere reserves and World Heritage sites of Cuba, to photograph out-of-the-way reaches of a Borneo rain forest, to snowmobile in Iceland, to bring back tales of snow monkeys in Hokkaido. Amazing places and experiences are waiting for you.

Exploring Kimberley’s Hunter River up close.

Don’t Sweat the Details – Overland trips take 12 to 24 adventure seekers on in-depth journeys, and small-ship expeditions carry from 28 to 100 passengers interested in comprehensive coverage of an entire region. In either case, guests can expect to see and learn about some of the world’s lesser known treasures With all costs covered—accommodations, cultural tours, Zodiac cruises, snorkeling, meals, gratuities, you name it —you can forget about the hassles of trip planning and concentrate on just being there.

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