Central America beyond the beaches

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While there are certainly plenty of high-end ocean resorts on the Yucatan Peninsula, Caye Caulker or Playa Grande, defining Central America by its beaches is a bit like defining a cake by its icing.
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Traveller stories: An ode to Turkey

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For travellers like us, curious about how the world fits together, there was hardly a more exciting place to stand...

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Africa through the lens with photographer Ben McRae

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We chat to expert photography guide Ben McRae about what draws him to Botswana, the philosophy behind his work, and why he loves elephants so much.

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Recipe: How to cook Moroccan couscous with lamb and vegetables

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Redouane El Moutasim, the man behind Peregrine’s Gourmet Explorer Morocco trip, reveals a classic Yennayer recipe: hand-rolled couscous with lamb and seven vegetables.

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Why Madagascar could be Africa’s hot new destination

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Basically Madagascar is what every traveller is searching for: the next big thing. A destination with a lot to offer that nevertheless hasn’t been ‘discovered’ by tourists and big bus convoys.

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Recipe: How to make Mexican Christmas punch

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Typically, Mexican ponche combines seasonal fruits with water, spices and piloncillo (unrefined cane sugar), but everyone makes it differently. Here's our favourite recipe.

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How to shop Florence like a local

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Florence is a shopper’s paradise. You’ll find everything from high-end fashion to hand stitched leather shoes and handbags, jewellery retailers, antique dealers, artwork and collectibles and of course, plenty of food and wine.

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Recipe: How to cook Vietnamese Canh mang mien

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If you’d like to bring a little Tet festivity into your home, canh mang mien, or noodle soup with chicken and bamboo, is a good place to start.

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Murky waters: the ethics of big ship cruising

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By any metric you care to name – profits, passengers, new travel routes – big ship cruising has been an overwhelming tourism success. But at what cost?

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A day in the life of an adventure cruise

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It’s hard to describe an 'average day' on board a small ship adventure cruise. But we'll give it a try...

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For 37 years, Peregrine has been redefining small group tours. We don’t do big buses and generic activities. For us it’s all about uncovering the heart of a place. Intimate groups capped at 16, expert local leaders, comfortable accommodation and plenty of added inclusions – welcome to a new style of travel.

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