• The sense of adventure: 4 fantastic treks in Asia

    Asia is incredibly diverse in its landscape and topography – from volcanic ranges and snowy peaks to sun drenched beaches and tropical rainforests.  It’s also home to some of the best, most rewarding and scenic treks the world has to offer.

    Here are four of our favourites.

    Wilson Trail, Hong Kong

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  • A guide to tackling the Kokoda Track

    There's simply nothing else like the Kokoda Track. The mountainous spine of Papua New Guinea is a fearsome environment, with swings in temperature, downpours and energy-sapping humidity. It is also a staggeringly beautiful part of the world, and one that just isn't accessible any way other than by foot.

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  • Image of the week: Fish River Canyon, Namibia

    Take a second look

    It’s a big, vast grand canyon. But it’s not THE Grand Canyon. Take a closer look and you’ll see this is Fish River Canyon in Namibia. Its enormous ravine runs 160km long and up to 27km wide, making it the second largest canyon in the world.

    You’ll feel like you’re standing on the edge of the earth, and in some ways, I guess, you are.  

  • Inside knowledge: A travel expert tells all

    Glenyce Johnson is the Managing Director of Peregrine, and she's also one of our most passionate travellers. Glenyce has been to over 100 countries, and her next big challenge will be to tackle the Camino Trail in Spain next year.

    I sat down to chat with Glenyce and was swept up in her world of adventure, exploration and discovery. I also learnt that you can never underestimate the power of a good gin and tonic at the end of a long day!

  • See Nepal, without all the trekking

    Ken is our new Destination Manager for Asia. He's been there, seen it all and got the stories to match. We sat down and asked him about our new 11-day trip, Colours of Nepal. It's our way of showing you the best of Nepal without all the trekking. You'll even see Mt Everest from an incredible scenic flight! 

  • Why we love it: Tibet

    It's time for another in our popular Why We Love It series. This time we're taking you inside Tibet. These blogs were all written by passionate Peregrine staffers who fell in love with a particular place around the world.

    Take a journey into this exotic and increasingly popular destination:

  • Before the trek: Welcome to Kathmandu

    “Life is like a box of chocolates...you never know what you're gonna get” and needless to say, so is travel.

    Once you set foot in that foreign land - anything can happen. It was like that when I first touched down in Kathmandu. It felt like utter chaos as I left the tranquility of the inner airport. I had been warned, but as a newbie traveller, I still was not prepared.

  • A massif attraction: Part 2

    If you missed Part 1, you can read it here.

  • A massif attraction: Part 1

    Andrew Bain treks into Chilean Patagonia's Torres del Paine National Park to view its glacier, lake and needle-sharp peaks.

    At the foot of the Torres del Paine mountains in southern Chile, pink flamingos step through the shallows of turquoise lakes. Llama-like guanacos trot from the roadside and Andean condors swirl around the rocky mountain tops. Life seems to flourish wherever I look, and yet so much has just been destroyed here.

  • Bhutan in full colour

    Louise Southerden is an award-winning adventure travel writer and photographer who has recently reurned from a Peregrine trip in Bhutan.

    She has provided us with some of her favourite images from the 9-day Dragon Kingdom trip and a little story about the origin of each one.

    Take a look and see if you can pick a favourite!

  • Everything you wanted to know about Niagara Falls

    Niagara Falls is one of the world's great natural wonders, and a popular honeymoon destination. Even if you're not getting hitched, it's certainly one not to miss. Just 90 minutes from Toronto and right on the United States/Canada border, Niagara Falls is easily accessible for all.

  • 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.

  • Photography tips for Antarctica: Part 1

    Peter Lemon has been connected with Peregrine since 1983.  A passionate photographer, he has travelled extensively in Nepal, Antarctica and endlessly in Africa ever since. 

    Without an ounce of overstatement, the landscapes, wilderness and wildlife on our Antarctic trips can often leave people lost for words. The immensity and the grandeur of the scenery and sheer quantity of the animal life can be overwhelming.

  • A tri-nation celebration: Part 2

    Here's Part 2 of Robert Upe's article about his experiences on Peregrine's Best of East Africa trip. Read Part 1 here

  • A tri-nation celebration: Part 1

    Across cultures and ecosystems, Robert Upe takes a 2000-kilometre road trip through Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda.

    There's a thunderclap and in an instant raindrops the size of marbles are pelting down, turning the dusty red Ugandan soil to sticky mud. The storm soaks me faster than I can tie a shoelace.

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