• An insight into the Maasai

    The Maasai is a Nilotic ethnic group of semi-nomadic people that live in Kenya and North Tanzania. They are one of the most well known local nomadic populations thanks to their distinctive customs and bright, striking dress. They also reside near a number of game parks in the Southeast African region, making them more accessible to travellers than other nomadic tribes in Africa.

  • The Great Smoky Mountains: one of North America's wildest wonderlands


    Image c/o Andrew Partain, Flickr

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  • Turkmenistan: the enigmatic jewel of Central Asia

    Turkmenistan is sort of Central Asia’s North Korea, which isn’t a slogan any tourism board would be rushing into print, but let us explain.

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  • Why Ladakh should almost certainly be on your bucket list


    Image c/o Koshy Koshy, Flickr

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  • Why Ladakh should almost certainly be on your bucket list


    Image c/o Koshy Koshy, Flickr

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  • The adventure of a lifetime, made in Taiwan

    When Portuguese sailors first saw Taiwan off the starboard bow in 1544 they christened it Ilha Formosa (‘the Beautiful Island’). And can you blame them? For 400 years communists, capitalists, imperialists and everyone in between have fought over its mist-shrouded forests, soaring peaks and plunging coastal cliffs.

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  • Albania: Europe's best kept secret?


    Image c/o Godo Gadaj, Flickr

    It could be argued that Albania is the land Europe forgot. It’s carried on doing its charming, post-communist thing for the last sixty years, blissfully unaware of modern tourism and industrialisation.

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  • Bangladesh: the spirit of adventure

    As one of the world’s most populated nations, Bangladesh is often overlooked as a worthy travel destination. But at Peregrine, we want to change that. A maze of gorgeously green waterways, decadent tea estates, languid rivers and colourful bazaars, India’s lesser-known neighbour is a rural wonderland.

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  • Europe on two wheels: the Old Continent's best cycling spots


    Photo c/o Decar66, Flickr

    By James Shackell

    European cycling is like riding through an old movie: the warm Provencal sun on your face, pedalling down old country lanes and sun-dappled roads, stopping only for a boutique wine tasting or a spot of French cheese.

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  • Lights, camera, travel: 7 iconic film sets you should visit this year

    By James Shackell

    “There’s no place like home,” Judy Garland says in the 1939 classic The Wizard of Oz, before clicking her heels and picturing sleepy Kansas. And while these words are enshrined in cinema history, we think Dorothy might have had a different approach to travel if she’d seen a few of the movies in our list below.

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