We previously wrote about our number one tip before booking a tour: call the tour operator. This follow up gives you five great questions to ask on that phone call. How many years have you been in business? I am not one to say you should not travel with a company that has not been 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
Last year one of our alumni suggested we offer travelers an alternative to getting a T-shirt on our trips. She has a great collection from the past 20 years and said she doesn’t need any more t-shirts! To be honest, while we think our t-shirts are great (soft, comfortable and perfect for active travel), we Continue Reading →
On our active trips – whether it be hiking, biking, kayaking, skiing or skating – we generally like to have one guide toward the front of the pack to help steer the group, and a “sweep” guide toward the back that makes sure nobody gets left behind. This summer on our Beartooth Hiking Adventure in Continue Reading →
Banff, Canada’s oldest National Park, offers stunning beauty around every corner. Awe-inspiring mountain peaks, sweeping valleys, free-flowing rivers, and my personal favorite, jaw-dropping glacial lakes. Banff covers 2,564 square miles, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and boasts over 1,000 miles of hiking trails, Canada’s longest cave system, Castleguard caves, and is home to Alberta’s Continue Reading →
On April 4, 1997, I quit my desk job to start what is now Zephyr Adventures. My first task was to fly to Europe to find the very first location for our only tour that year, with two possibilities in mind: the northern area of Friesland in The Netherlands or the Danube bike path in Continue Reading →
Everyone should see a major fireworks display every few years. They are impressive. But for creating lasting memories – in both children and adults – festivities in small town America are the way to go for Fourth of July. Zephyr’s home base of Red Lodge, Montana has a population of 2,300. It is situated next Continue Reading →
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