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.
By oliver.pelling on Dec 4th, 2013 | Comments
Much has been written, recorded and discovered about the park and its inhabitants over the years. Here’s our round up of some essential knowledge.
View post
By oliver.pelling on Nov 26th, 2013 | Comments
Algeria has been off the map for mainstream tourists for 20 years or so, after a fairly destructive civil war during the 1990’s rendered it off-limits. Though peace was restored in 2003, it's taken some time for the scars in Algerian society to heal. Now, the majority of the country (the far south remains off-limits) is quite safe for travellers to return.
View post
By kellie.bright on Sep 24th, 2013 | Comments
Sheer beauty
View post
By oliver.pelling on Sep 3rd, 2013 | Comments
Last week, Peregrine General Manager, Steve Wroe, imparted some wisdom on what to pack for a Himalaya hike. This week, the Himalaya veteran talks about how to physically prepare for the hike, and to tackle the hike once you've set off.
View post
By oliver.pelling on Aug 29th, 2013 | Comments
Steve Wroe is Peregrine's General Manager as well as one of Peregrine's in-house Himalaya hiking veterans. He's tackled numerous hikes over the years, in Nepal, Tibet and beyond. Here, he talks about what to pack for an expedition and offers some insight that you simply couldn't find in any guidebooks.
View post
By kellie.bright on Aug 22nd, 2013 | Comments
Andrea Millar and Glenyce Johnson are two legends of Peregrine, and recently spent time in the incredible destination of Burma. Here's a few insights from their time here.
View post
By oliver.pelling on Aug 19th, 2013 | Comments
Standing proud across the Cazadores de Maro cliff near Nerja, Spain, the Eagle Aqueduct is a stunning testament to masterful 19th century engineering.
View post
By oliver.pelling on Aug 9th, 2013 | Comments
Lake Titicaca’s Uros Islands, made entirely out of totora reeds, are home to the Uros tribe. The same reeds are also used by the residents of the islands to provide transport, sustenance and shelter.
View post
By kellie.bright on Aug 6th, 2013 | Comments
We spoke to Senior Private Groups Consultant, Zoe Rees, about her recent trip to Bhutan. Zoe completed the 9-day Dragon Kingdom trip, returning to the Peregrine offices brimming with stories. Here, she shares some of her highlights:
View post
By oliver.pelling on Aug 2nd, 2013 | Comments
"I weary of writing more about these buildings, because it seems to me that I shall not be believed if I write more ... I swear by God, in Whose power I am, that all I have written is the truth". Portuguese priest Francisco Álvares, circa 1520.
View post

Follow Peregrine Adventures

Subscribe to our newsletter