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By Peregrine e-news editor on Feb 6th, 2011 | Comments

By Michael Robotham. First published in Escape Travel. Reproduced with permission by Michael Robotham and News Ltd.

The brief was simple: a family holiday, somewhere unusual, somewhere memorable.

"It has to be outside...

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By Rob Forsyth on Feb 1st, 2011 | Comments

Antarctica is an absolute playground for photographers. It is filled with wildlife willing to get up close and personal, amazing icebergs, and a landscaped blended between sea and glacier-covered mountains.  Getting good shots in...

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By Rob Forsyth on Jan 28th, 2011 | Comments

It’s a January tradition – newspapers and websites pontificating on the next big thing in travel, giving readers the inside scoop on where and what is hot for the year ahead. Trouble is, it’s pretty exhausting wading your way...

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By Rob Forsyth on Jan 28th, 2011 | Comments

One of our past passengers, Alison Hobbs, wrote about her experiences of the terrible recent flooding in Queensland. Below is her story.

We’re supporting both the Queensland Premier's Flood Relief and the Australian Red Cross...

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By Peregrine e-news editor on Jan 25th, 2011 | Comments

Michelle Ouw, leader of the Peregrine team for the Oxfam Trailwalker event, talks us through the team’s preparation for the gruelling 100km, 48-hour walk for charity through Australian bush in April.

How’s the preparation...

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By Rob Forsyth on Jan 25th, 2011 | Comments

Some people come to Antarctica to see the penguins, others come so that they can tell others that they’ve been to all seven continents, but no matter what their reasons for coming may have been, it is the sheer beauty of the experience...

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By Peregrine e-news editor on Jan 25th, 2011 | Comments

Jill Blunsom, Peregrine’s Latin America Destination Manager, explains the appeal of the Salkantay Trek, which follows quiet trails through some of Peru’s most astounding scenery, finishing at Machu Picchu.

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By Peregrine e-news editor on Jan 25th, 2011 | Comments

More than 20,000 people every year attempt to climb the world’s highest freestanding mountain – and fewer than half succeed. Our trekking expert Lou Day gives us a step-by-step guide to get you to the roof of Africa.

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By Peregrine e-news editor on Jan 25th, 2011 | Comments

When it comes to European mountains, most trekkers make a beeline for the Alps, leaving Pyrenean trails - over high passes, among foothills and in the shadow of soaring summits - happily under-trampled.

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By Peregrine e-news editor on Jan 24th, 2011 | Comments

Five mouth-watering facts that will have you packing your crampons and joining our 11-day Patagonia Ice Trek Expedition...

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