Thailand offers a whole range of experiences beyond its stunning beaches which The Hidden Gems of Thailand tour reveals.
Whilst Peregrine traditionally supports a number of international projects through the Peregrine Community Trust, Peregrine's CEO Glenyce Johnson found a great opportunity to support a great local initiative.
For those looking to travel with just their partner or friends rather than in a small group of travellers, we have added the flexibility of making some of our itineraries available as an Independent Adventure.
Affectionately known as the 'Teardrop Isle', Sri Lanka has just about everything a traveller could want – superb ancient sites, magnificent scenery, amazing wildlife, delicious cuisine, incredibly friendly and welcoming locals and lovely palm-fringed, white sandy beaches. Add to this a history touched by the Portuguese, Dutch and British, and a society with a strong and devout adherence to the Buddhist faith and you will find an island-nation of incredibly rich diversity.
Mustang is a barren landscape boasting a remarkable spiritual heritage. The 80km-long kingdom borders Tibet on the Central Asian plateau between the Nepalese provinces of Dolpo and Manang. It is also known as ‘Tibet outside the Tibetan border’ as many centuries ago it was part of Tibet, but was annexed by Nepal in the 18th century and survived Chinese invasion in the 1950s. In 1992, the region was re-opened to strictly limited numbers of travellers. Exploring Mustang is definitely an off-the-beaten-track experience so rare to find these days.
Continuing with the theme of ‘new stuff’ (our website has got a swanky new look,in case you were wondering where the theme comes from), we thought we’d have a run-through some of our favourite destinations that are among the newer ones on our trips.