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By Leigh Barnes on Oct 21st, 2010 | Comments

I can clearly remember the moment I fell in love with Cusco. I was exploring the narrow back lanes with my camera, focusing on a building where the original 600-year-old...

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By Rob Forsyth on Oct 12th, 2010 | Comments

Whether you’re exploring unsullied wildernesses, getting among beautiful landscapes or spending time with remote communities, trekking unlocks destinations in a unique way, making walkers truly a part of a place, and helping give a rich...

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By Peregrine e-news editor on Oct 12th, 2010 | Comments

We've had a spate of recent bookings from walking groups looking to flex their legs and have some fun in Europe.

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By Peregrine e-news editor on Oct 12th, 2010 | Comments

Every place Peregrine visits is special. By conducting our operations within our Responsible Travel and Corporate Social Responsibility policy, we aim to keep...

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By Peregrine e-news editor on Oct 12th, 2010 | Comments

Peregrine has teamed up with Australia’s Phillip Island to help its most famous resident, the little penguin. We are raising funds to help improve the local animal hospital and, as a consequence, the lot of its cutest patients.

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By Peregrine e-news editor on Oct 12th, 2010 | Comments

David "Woody" Wood and Annie Inglis are best renowned for their leadership and guiding on our polar expeditions. They are perhaps our most popular expedition crew members and their expert knowledge, ability to engage and sheer passion...

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By Peregrine e-news editor on Oct 12th, 2010 | Comments

Journalist Niki Schuck invited her parents to share one of Peregrine's self-guided cycling tours with her earlier this year. Niki writes about her experience on their...

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By Peregrine e-news editor on Oct 12th, 2010 | Comments

A colourful tapestry of old traditions and landscapes, a trip through the Balkan countries offers a wonderful insight into a lesser-known Europe.

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By Peregrine e-news editor on Oct 12th, 2010 | Comments

Tuscany is a perfect place to discover on foot. A blend of enchanting landscapes, restored villas and villages rich with provincial food and characters are woven through with a network of ancient footpaths. For those who love museums and...

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By Peregrine e-news editor on Oct 12th, 2010 | Comments

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