Our Journey is Ending

After nine years, Trover will be closing down on August 20, 2020.

Thank you to all of our users for coming on this journey with us - we've loved following your travels, and the content shared within this community. You have inspired us, and millions of others, to go out and explore the world!

You may continue to use Trover and the app until this date.

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If you do not wish Expedia Group to use your images, please contact feedback@trover.com with your request to delete your account.

If you want to download all of your images, please log into your account and visit the downloads section of your profile before we shut down.

Thank you, and keep exploring!

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David Bjorgen 4672
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My wife, Zena, and I zigzag the world with a passion for culture, adventure, and discovery.
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