Twenty years after pioneering the exclusive employment of local leaders, we're celebrating our heritage with pride.
By admin on May 13th, 2014 | Comments
Experiencing what the diggers and the Japanese had to endure during World War II's Kokoda Campaign is humbling, and helps make a mentally and physically challenging trek that much more rewarding.
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By oliver.pelling on May 2nd, 2014 | Comments
With travel more accessible now than it’s ever been, it’s getting harder and harder for travellers to find parts of the world that are both relatively untouched and safe to travel in. Peregrine Expeditions were set up to help facilitate this desire. Here's what goes into building an expeditionary trip.
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By oliver.pelling on May 1st, 2014 | Comments
Good or bad customer service can make or break a company. And when you’re working in the travel sector, it can mean the different between the experience of a lifetime and an experience you want to forget.
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By eliza.gower on May 1st, 2014 | Comments
Ritual lies at the heart of human social existence. It is an infinitely intriguing and perplexing aspect of human life, and one that has long informed and inspired anthropological thought.
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By oliver.pelling on Mar 27th, 2014 | Comments
As our 20 Years of Local Leaders competition draws to a close, we’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for the part you’ve played in Peregrine’s history.
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By oliver.pelling on Mar 26th, 2014 | Comments
Tuyun Vu is about as passionate a Peregrine leader as you can expect to find. And over the course of the past four years, he’s made loyal friends of many of his travellers, who are blown away by his knowledge and the insight he can offer of his home country, Vietnam.
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By oliver.pelling on Mar 25th, 2014 | Comments
Visiting Cuba without buying a cigar is like visiting France without indulging in a croissant. When it comes to sourcing the best, though, there are a few things you need to know. Here is a basic overview.
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By oliver.pelling on Mar 24th, 2014 | Comments
We’re of the opinion that the Cinque Terre could well be the most charming cluster of towns in the world. Based on the following, it’s certainly hard to deny.
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By oliver.pelling on Mar 21st, 2014 | Comments
“Over the years I found out that tour leading is one of the best jobs in the world,” says Osama Zyoud, who’s approaching his ninth year of Peregrine service.
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By oliver.pelling on Mar 20th, 2014 | Comments
Having cities situated along the Great Silk Road meant that over the centuries, hundreds of thousands of business deals would take place in the various Uzbek homes and caravans along the route. In order to secure the best business deals, it was essential for the locals to make the foreign tradesmen feel at home – giving rise to some of the finest hospitality a traveller will ever experience.
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