• Q&A – Family travel in Nepal

    Was it you or the boys who decided on the Himalaya as your next family trip and when you first told them what was their initial reaction?

    The boys were always wanting to go and see Everest.  When I told them they were incredibly excited, and told some of their friends, whose families also came along.


    When did you start your family training for the walking and what did the fitness regime consist of?

  • The best mini-adventures on foot

    Leigh, our Social Media guru, recently made it to Machu Picchu after tackling the Inca Trail – a four-day trek through the lush, challenging Peruvian Andes. With fabulous views across varying scenery, high passes to test the legs and a stunning collection of Incan remains en route, it’s a trail that packs so much into its relatively short duration. So where else to trek if you’re short on time but long on adventure? Take a walk through our recommendations.

    Walking the Great Wall

  • Photos of Tibet – amazing!

    47 photos by the Australian photographer Jamie Williams that capture Tibet in all its alluring exoticism. From towering peaks to colourful prayer flags, the place is nirvana for photographers – get bowled over by the full gallery here.  

  • Tibet – get the lowdown on the high plateau

  • High pass to Hidden Lake in Annapurna, Nepal - Image of the Week

    Image of the week: High pass to Hidden Lake in Annapurna, Nepal, by Steve Wroe

    Trip of the week: Annapurna's Holy Lakes & Glaciers
    Do you like what you see? Then why not have a look at our Annapurna's Holy Lakes & Glaciers trip. A unique, connoisseur's trek to the high passes and glaciers of remotest Annapurna.

  • Travel books: one new, one old, two reviews.

    To a Mountain in Tibet, by Colin Thubron

    A simple tale of a man travelling on foot to the sacred slopes of the holy mountain of Kailas in the western Himalaya, Thubron’s deceptively profound account is also an inner journey of remembrance and grief: for his recently deceased mother, and for other family members also departed.

  • The heights of Everest Base Camp or Bhutan's brilliant Chomolhari?

  • The Magnificent Seven: the world's greatest treks

    Whether you’re exploring unsullied wildernesses, getting among beautiful landscapes or spending time with remote communities, trekking unlocks destinations in a unique way, making walkers truly a part of a place, and helping give a rich appreciation of both local cultures and scenery.

    Peregrine started in Nepal, and we started on foot. Three decades on, our trekking trips explore some of the world’s great wild places. We asked our trekking expert Lou Day to give us a run through some of her top trips on foot.

  • Active Adventures in Bhutan and Ladakh

    Many of you have been asking us for an active adventure in Bhutan, so this year we bring you the 13-day Bhutan's Sacred Summit Trek.

  • The Kingdom of Mustang

    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.

  • New Website – New Look, New Features

    We hope that you will enjoy the new look and feel of our website, we are certainly very proud of it and have tried to include as much stunning imagery and video footage as possible to inspire your travels. We have also added a number of features which will make finding your perfect Peregrine trip even easier! Look out for some helpful tips over the coming few editions of the e-news. Here are a few to start off with:

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