• Italy's feast for the senses

    My poor senses! Upon arrival into the coastal town of Levanto by train from Florence, they were a little overwhelmed by it all. The coffee, the wine, the seafood, and  the Mediterranean. What a heady cocktail they did make! Not to mention the view.

  • Photography tips for Antarctica: Part 2

    This is Part 2 of Peter Lemon's blog about photography in Antarctica. Read Part 1 here.

    There can be stunning photo opportunities in Antarctica – massive icebergs and glaciers below skies of wonderful colours and variations and huge penguin rookeries with their extraordinary levels of activity and interaction to name a few.

  • Great day trips from Lisbon

    Although Portugal is no longer Europe's best kept secret, you can still escape the busy crowds. The capital, Lisbon, is a magical place to start your Portuguese sojourn - anyone fancy a riverside wander along cobblestone streets framed by looming cathedrals? Time spent in Lisbon either before or after a tour is well worth it, here are some incredible day trips so you can explore more of Portugal’s precious sites.

  • Team Peregrine hit the trail for Oxfam

  • Explore the Dordogne

    Visiting the Dordogne for the first time is an experience few forget. This enchanting region of France seems to exist purely for those who enjoy the simple things in life - walking, eating, history and stunning landscapes.

  • Connecting girls, inspiring futures: International Women's Day 2012

    Today is International Women's Day and to celebrate this year's theme Connecting Girls, Inspiring Futures we asked the ladies in the Peregrine office a couple of questions about some of their most inspiring journeys. From trekking to Everest to road tripping through the USA the Peregrine girls are a very well-travelled bunch!

    What’s been your most adventurous holiday to date? 

  • 5 unmissable things to do in Alaska

    With thousands of miles of unspoiled scenery and hundreds of mountains and lakes, Alaska is definitely a place you should put on your to-do list.

    It's home to North America's highest peak, Mt McKinley, along with grizzly bears, caribou, whales, glaciers and numerous historical sites.

    We've rounded up five things to do while you're there, to help make the most of your time in this popular destination. 

  • To the far side: The Weddell Sea

    A lot of people visit the wonderful western side of the Antarctic Peninsula. But on the other side there is also a treasure-trove to be discovered. This comes in the form of the northernmost parts of the Weddell Sea, the Engine Room of Icebergs, and its associated islands.

    This is an area entwined with two of continent’s greatest sagas of history and exploration. 

  • USA Q&A with San Khoo

    Our Q&A with USA expert San Khoo on 3 February saw a huge response from our Facebook fans. With more than 50 burning questions asked, San was kept very busy for the afternoon!

    Here's a few of the questions which were asked. If you have any further questions for San just head to twitter or Facebook to keep the conversation going...

  • Why we love it: Italy

    Here's the next in our Why We Love It series. This is a series written by different team members at Peregrine, about the place in the world they long to see again. Today's focus is on delectable, delicious and delightful Italy.

  • 5 top National Parks in the USA

    Take a journey around some of Mother Nature’s most wonderful creations on a tour of five of America’s greatest national parks:

    1. Yellowstone National Park – Wyoming, Montana, Idaho
    Think big; towering geysers, wild grizzly bears and spectacular prismatic springs, all nestled between grand mountain ranges and alpine lakes. Yellowstone is a spectacular feat of nature.

  • Introducing: The Canadian Rockies

    For lovers of the great outdoors, the Canadian Rockies is somewhat of a paradise. It's a playground for people who are looking to breathe in some fresh air, try something adventurous or simply stand in awe of some of the world's most spectacular sights.

    To get you acquainted, we've compiled a list of interesting facts about the Canadian Rockies and the many wonderful parks that you'll find there:

  • My home in Provence

    Stuart Sommers is a professional mountain guide who takes walking tours through his hometown of Provence:

    Trying to describe the essence of Provence to my walking guests is next to impossible. In size it’s about a 3-hour drive across, from the Rhône River to the Italian border, or from the Mediterranean to the Southern Alps.

  • Image of the week: The Kokoda Track, Papua New Guinea

    Our image of the week is a group of trekkers taking on The Kokoda Track, Papua New Guinea. It was taken by Alan Manning.

    Here's five quick facts about the Kokoda Track:

  • USA's Southwest National Parks

    The Southwest has some of the most striking scenery in the world.  Peregrine copywriter Erin Aldersea gives you the facts and highlights four unmissable national parks:

    How to get there
    To get started on the path to the great national parks it’s best to fly into Las Vegas. From Vegas it’s only a short drive to start the loop of these great national parks.

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