Image of the week: Israel

Israel. There's a piece of history beneath every footstep and a story around every corner. From the Western Wall to the Mount of Olives to the Dome of the Rock...keep your eyes peeled and your ears open because you won't want to miss a thing.

It's all brought to life under the guidance of your English-speaking local leader.

Wanna go or already been: Thailand

With over 40,000 Buddhist temples, it's not hard to go temple spotting in Thailand. But it is fun. Whether you've already been or you wanna go, we've got a range of trips that are bound to appeal.

Image of the week: Fish River Canyon, Namibia

Take a second look

It’s a big, vast grand canyon. But it’s not THE Grand Canyon. Take a closer look and you’ll see this is Fish River Canyon in Namibia. Its enormous ravine runs 160km long and up to 27km wide, making it the second largest canyon in the world.

You’ll feel like you’re standing on the edge of the earth, and in some ways, I guess, you are.  

Image of the week: India

Love in a warm climate.

An intimate moment, a cheeky smile, a longing glance. These are the sorts of authentic, everyday scenes you get to witness when you travel on a small group with Peregrine. 

Take a look through all our India tours and find one that will allow you to get an inside look at this fascinating culture.

Image of the week: Nepal

Prepare to be awestruck.

This is a pretty magnificent photo. So imagine how it would look in real life? There are some places in the world that defy description. They have to simply be seen to be believed. Do yourself a favour and tick Nepal off your bucketlist.
 

If you've been to Nepal, tell us about your experiences in the comments section below. Or upload your own images to Facebook.

Image of the week: Bolivian salt flats

It might look like a dream, but the Salar de Uyuni salt flat in Bolivia is real. And it’s spectacular.

The world's largest salt flat spans 10,582 square kilometres and it’s one of the most fun places in the world to take photos. 

Image of the week: Burma

Imagine going from utter darkness to watching the sun wash over thousands of temples in Burma, illuminating them before your very eyes. This is the Peregrine experience. And this is why you can't afford to miss the beauty of Burma.

Our image of the week is by our very own San Khoo.

Image of the week: Prague

As the sun sets on another day in Prague, you can kick back and enjoy a world renowned, locally produced beer and spend the evening people-watching in the square.

Spend your days marvelling at Prague Castle, watching the Astronomical Clock tick over and munching on some hearty Czech cuisine. 

Take our Splendours of Eastern Europe trip and experience the magic of Prague.
 

Our latest video: Inspirational India

Man they're good! Seriously, we have got the best film crew ever. There's not much we can say about this video really, other than that you should kick back, put your daydreaming hat on and watch. 

Warning - you're definitely gonna be inspired to see India in all it's crazy, chaotic, gorgeous, spiritual, spine-tingly glory after this.

Image of the week: Chateau of Chaumont, France

This week's chosen image is the stunning Chateau of Chaumont, France, by Jeanine Marion.

In honour of the many stunning chateaux that dot the French countryside, we've picked four of the best:

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