• The world’s best walking cities?

    More often than not, getting to grips with what makes a city tick is best done on foot. Whether it’s a museum ramble, exploration of cobblestoned old quarters, or idle paseo-style post-prandial perambulations, a walk is the best way of measuring up how a place exists on a human scale, how its inhabitants go about their daily lives, and of feeling the rhythm of the streets. Here are some of our favourite cities for a stroll. Head to our facebook page to chip in with others...

  • Check out these photos – The Eagle Nomads of the Altai Mountains

  • Maria Island – A Feast for All Senses

    Recognised as one of Australia’s truly outstanding experiences, a 4-day guided walk on Maria Island off the east coast of Tasmania, is a feast for all senses – a blend of rare wildlife, fascinating history, island tranquillity and gourmet delights!

    It is a Noah’s Ark for rare animals and birds, some of which are found nowhere else. It is also Australia’s newest World Heritage listing due to its intact convict settlement at Darlington.

  • Trek for Heart Disease – Great Wall of China Challenge 2011 6-15 May 2011

    Inspired Adventures has teamed up with Peregrine to offer an opportunity to experience fascinating Eastern culture on an incredible adventure while helping provide vital funds to support Heart Disease Research along the way! Spend five days trekking along the border of China and Mongolia, on remote and thus seldom-visited sections of the Great Wall, staying overnight in local guesthouses. Before and after the trek spend time discovering the sights of Beijing and the Eastern Qing Tombs.

  • Bizarre landscapes

    All our trips get among landscapes that fascinate and capture the imagination. Some destinations, however, are just that little bit special in their ability to offer up the unexpected, where natural elements, and sometimes the hand of man, have worked overtime to create something that captivates because of its otherness. One we’ve recently added to our trips is Darvaza Crater in Turkmenistan, a mind-boggling open furnace in the middle of nowhere. Here’s Darvaza and a few of our other favourites.

  • Bizarre landscapes

    All our trips get among landscapes that fascinate and capture the imagination. Some destinations, however, are just that little bit special in their ability to offer up the unexpected, where natural elements, and sometimes the hand of man, have worked overtime to create something that captivates because of its otherness. One we’ve recently added to our trips is Darvaza Crater in Turkmenistan, a mind-boggling open furnace in the middle of nowhere. Here’s Darvaza and a few of our other favourites.

  • Bizarre landscapes

    All our trips get among landscapes that fascinate and capture the imagination. Some destinations, however, are just that little bit special in their ability to offer up the unexpected, where natural elements, and sometimes the hand of man, have worked overtime to create something that captivates because of its otherness. One we’ve recently added to our trips is Darvaza Crater in Turkmenistan, a mind-boggling open furnace in the middle of nowhere. Here’s Darvaza and a few of our other favourites.

  • Bizarre landscapes

    All our trips get among landscapes that fascinate and capture the imagination. Some destinations, however, are just that little bit special in their ability to offer up the unexpected, where natural elements, and sometimes the hand of man, have worked overtime to create something that captivates because of its otherness. One we’ve recently added to our trips is Darvaza Crater in Turkmenistan, a mind-boggling open furnace in the middle of nowhere. Here’s Darvaza and a few of our other favourites.

  • Bizarre landscapes

    All our trips get among landscapes that fascinate and capture the imagination. Some destinations, however, are just that little bit special in their ability to offer up the unexpected, where natural elements, and sometimes the hand of man, have worked overtime to create something that captivates because of its otherness. One we’ve recently added to our trips is Darvaza Crater in Turkmenistan, a mind-boggling open furnace in the middle of nowhere. Here’s Darvaza and a few of our other favourites.

  • North Pole Q&A With Peregrine’s Jodie Booth

    What was your best wildlife moment? 

    Definitely the first polar bear sighting! It took a few days on the ice before we saw one so the suspense was building. To finally see one was fantastic. The captain slowed the ship down and manoeuvred in the ice so we all had a great view of the bear to take lots of photos. My top tip for polar bear spotting is look for dirty ice, it may just be a polar bear! 

     

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