On May 26th Mateusz Wrazidlo (FI'22) embarked on an expedition to La Gran Sabana and Mount Roraima in Venezuela. The ex...

In August 2023, the Santi Odnaleźć Orła (to Locate “the Eagle”) team, including four TEC members - Tomasz Stachura FI’13...

On June 24, 2023, at 4:00 pm, the 9th edition of the Benedict Pole Awards took place at the Kazimierzowski Palace in War...

  We are pleased to announce that the Polish Chapter of the Explorers Club has embarked on a project ded...

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About Us

THE EXPLORERS CLUB was founded in New York in 1904. Its purpose is to advocate and popularize the exploration of the Earth, the deep sea, outer space and concern for the preservation of the world's natural and cultural heritage.

The Club has more than 3,000 members from some 60 countries. It has 26 Branches on five continents. The headquarters of the Headquarters is located in New York in Manhattan. It is not possible to join the Club, you have to be selected by the Board of Directors from among invited and recommended candidates. The annual convention of The Explorers Club is held in March at Headquarters with a gala dinner at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel.

Club members were or are: The first men on the poles - Roald Amundsen and Robert Peary; on the moon - Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin; chimpanzee explorer Jane Goodall and gorilla explorer Diane Fossey; the leader of the victorious expedition to Mount Everest - Lord John Hunt and the first conqueror of that peak - Sir Edmund Hillary; sailor, archaeologist Thor Heyerdahl and ocean archaeologist Robert Ballard, who found the wreck of the "Titanic." Don Walsh and Jacques Piccard - the first people to reach the deepest part of our planet, the bottom of the Mariana Trench in the bathyscaphe "Trieste," as well as film director and oceanographer James Cameron, who did it 52 years later alone in the bathyscaphe "Deepsea Challenger"; National Geographic president Gilbert M. Grosvenor and others.

Club members

The data in the following biographies of club members are written in Polish and may be partially out of date. Please visit the current list of members >>

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The Polish Chapter of the Explorers Club
The headquarters:
69 Nowy Świat Street, Warsaw, klatka (stairs) B, pokoj (room)107

The correspondence:
Polish Chapter of the Explorers Club
Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28
00-927 Warsaw Poland


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