Rasori Expeditions is a recognized authority in international travel specializing in cultural experiences, socially responsible travel, and global journeys. We have been leading people on expeditions for over 30 years. Known internationally for our Medical Education Division, we are committed to global health and service.
High end, small scale trips to exotic destinations. All of our trips are carefully designed to provide our authentic and purposeful travel experiences
Our trips are carefully designed for boutique and comfortable experiences in off-the beaten path destinations.
World Class Experiences
Our travel itineraries have been perfected over the years with decades of experience infused with regional knowledge.
Expert Guides & Expedition Leaders
Our guides are highly experienced and knowledgeable bringing their local culture and history to life.
Ethical Travel-Sustainability Focused
Throughout the last several decades we have developed incredible partnerships with the local tour operators and outfitters who align with our responsible travel guidelines.
Rasori Expeditions was founded by Dr. Phil Rasori, a medical doctor specializing in global health and travel medicine. He has spent the last 35 years of his life bringing groups to some of the most exotic corners of the world.
Phil Rasori first began leading international tours and educational field seminars 33 years ago. He is a physician who works as a consultant and lecturer in the fields of global health and travel medicine and for the last 25 years has exhibited widely as a professional photographer focusing on the world’s threatened cultures and wildlife. The history of his photographic exhibits is below. His work as a global health consultant and as a photographer has allowed him to travel widely for the last three decades.
During that time, he has led travel programs for physicians and non medical travelers to all the continents including: Kenya (20 groups), Tanzania (4 groups), New Guinea (10 groups), Peru (5 groups), Costa Rica (2 groups), France, Ecuador, India (3 groups), Nepal, Bhutan (9 groups), Brazil (3 groups), Mexico, Botswana, Zambia, Uganda (3 groups), Rwanda (3 groups), Galapagos (4 groups), South Africa, Europe, Guatemala, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Morocco and Antarctica (4 groups).