All Images are Copyright of Rebecca Prosino 2018 Flashback. Becca met Giovanni while traveling on a Zephyr trip in Italy with her best friend over a decade ago. Fast-forward to March 2018. Becca “imported” Giovanni back to the US and they are now married with kids and living in Louisiana. While their two children Continue Reading →
Choose Your Adventure
Each year we offer 15 - 20 public tours to hand-picked destinations around the globe.
Why travel with Zephyr?
We are an experienced, small-by-design, and unpretentious tour company that treats people as individuals, rather than just another number. We truly value each guest that comes on our tours.
Meet The Team
We are a small but mighty team. When you contact Zephyr, you will be communicating with one of the four of us - Allan, Kris, Sonya, or Beth - who, combined have over 55 years of experience with Zephyr.
The Zephyr Travel Blog
We like to provide a range of activities on each of our tours, to accommodate all ability levels. We try to ensure that each hike or bike ride has several route options – easy, medium, and hard, when possible. But when you take a look at our itineraries overall, there are some that are more Continue Reading →
Taking a bicycle tour in Europe is perhaps the most famous and beloved type of “adventure” or active travel. For good reason – biking through Europe often offers wonderful scenery, interesting culture, outstanding food and wine, and healthy exercise. We believe Europe offers the best bicycle tour locations in the world and have run many Continue Reading →
I moved to Red Lodge in October of 2000 after doing a thorough search for the best mountain town in the Rocky Mountains to move myself and my fledgling company, Zephyr Adventures. Red Lodge earned the distinction of becoming Zephyr’s “world headquarters” for many reasons: Its population of 2,300 is much more diverse and interesting than Continue Reading →
I set up and have several times run our Idaho Skating Adventure, which is absolutely beautiful. But each time I have been there, I have looked at the map and drooled over the Route of the Hiawatha, a rails-to-trails project on what was once one of the most scenic railroad lines in the country. Following Continue Reading →
If you’ve been looking into a vacation in Iceland or have friends who have traveled there, you probably know the price tag of such an adventure can be high. According to Numbeo, Iceland ranks as the second most expensive country in the world! So, why is Iceland so expensive? Supply and Demand: Tourism has been Continue Reading →
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