• Say "I do" abroad!

    Why not make your big day a big deal, and head overseas to celebrate with family, friends or maybe just the two of you!

    We take a look at some of the most beautiful, romantic and unique places to get hitched around the world:

  • All eyes on Africa: Part 2

    We love Peter Lemon's stunning wildlife images so much, we've decided to share some more. Check out Part 1 here. Peter has kindly shared some tips for getting the best shots possible while on safari. With gorgeous subjects like this, every photo is bound to be special. 

    The eyes have it in this incredible shot of a leopard cub. Foliage can often spoil the photo, but when it's positioned at the back and sides it can actually add to the picture.

  • Image of the week: Simien Mountains, Ethiopia

    This beautiful image was taken on our Simien Mountains trek in Ethiopia.

    Peregrine is proud to support the Oxfam Australia East Africa Food Crisis Appeal. Ethiopia is in the midst of its worst drought in 60 years,  and needs your help. 

  • Why East Africa needs your help

    Travel can not only change you but it can also change the world. We know it sounds a bit corny, but here at Peregrine we believe individuals can make a difference, whether you have a lot or a little to give.

  • All eyes on Africa - a photographer's guide

    Our expert photographer, Peter Lemon, has just returned from another successful trip to Africa. He gives us some handy hints for taking photos on safari, and also provides some of his favourite snaps:

    Cheetahs often get a hard time from other animals such as lions, hyenas and leopards, who - at the least - will seek to steal their kills. Even jackals can be a major irritant. This cheetah cub had finally had enough of the relentless barking, and sought refuge from the noise a little above ground level.

  • Image of the week: Blyde River Canyon, South Africa

    Our stunning photo of the week was taken by Madeline Stocks at Blyde River Canyon in South Africa. Set against the Greater Drakensberg Escarpment, it encompasses an area boasting some of the most dramatic scenery in South Africa. 

    Here's a few facts about this incredible part of the world:

  • Why we love it: Botswana

    Here's the next in our popular Why We Love It series. Today we are featuring Botswana. This new series features blogs written by passionate Peregrine staff members, on their favourite destinations.

    A journey into Botswana is an experience that will move you in unexpected ways. You may discover your inner poet, bird-watcher or conservationist. This country has an uncanny way of giving you a new perspective on what it means to be part of this planet and fill you with the desire to keep on returning.

  • 5 of the world's best helicopter rides

    What better way to experience some of the world’s most fascinating sites than in the air? These helicopter tours give you a whole new outlook on some stunning destinations.

    Victoria King tells gives a rundown of the world's best helicopter rides:

  • Travel: Embrace the difference

    One of the most exciting things about travel is the opportunity to step outside your comfort zone. You are given the chance to see, hear, eat and smell things you have never tried before, and might never try again!
    But even the most seasoned traveller can experience culture shock in certain situations.

  • Africa's other Big Five

    When planning a trip to Africa, you'll become familiar with the concept of the Big Five: lion, elephant, buffalo, rhino and leopard. They're called the Big Five for the difficulty in hunting them, rather than their size.

  • Cat versus bird: The grand final edition

    We all know cats and birds don't get along. So expect a ferocious battle when the Geelong Cats take on the Collingwood Magpies in the 2011 AFL Grand Final this weekend.

    In honour of these two tough teams, we take a look at some of the world's most formidable cats and birds.

  • On your marks, get set, race around the world!

    Get your running shoes on and try a race with a difference. Around the world there are some fascinating, interesting and unusual races happening all the time. So get fit, raise money and make some memories along the way.

    Iceland
    Visiting Iceland? Why not be a part of Mi?næturhlaup, otherwise known as the Midnight Run? It kicks off at 10:00pm with 3 kilometre, 5 kilometre and 10 kilometre options.

  • Meet the leader: Spokes from Botswana

    How did you decide to become a guide?
    I am a mechanic by trade, and after a hectic day at work I would drive out to see the wildlife. That's where I got my passion. But my boss didn't want me to move out of the workshop, so I promised to do both jobs until I got my professional guide's licence. I kept my promise and I've now been guiding for 15 years.

  • Travel while the Aussie dollar is hot!

    Aussie dollar burning a hole in your pocket? Now is the time to put it to use.

    Research by the National Australia Bank shows us which destinations will get us the best bang for our buck. And for those into exotic, exciting, historic and thrilling adventures…the news couldn't be better

  • Tent etiquette: Tips for travellers

    If you're a solo traveller heading off on a mobile camping safari, chances are you'll be sharing a tent with a complete stranger.

    And it doesn't take long to get over the awkwardness of trying to get changed in a space the size of a shoebox and settle into a nice routine. In my experience, I've always found that sharing a tent can be a really nice way to get to know someone in a short space of time.

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