Once you've had someone show you exactly how to perform a tea ceremony, or the right way to eat dumplings, or explained the importance of traditions, your eyes are opened to a whole new world.
Pete Lemon’s a bit of a legend around the Peregrine office, so we thought we’d share his top 5 wildlife photography tips.
Recently, we had some great feedback from John and Helen about their travels in Turkey. John’s account of his own journey with local leader, Bayram, had us all in fits of laughter and wanting to go travelling with the man ourselves.
We asked Peregrine trekking expert Steve Wroe to give us some tips and hints for preparing to trek, and also what to do while you're on a trek in the Himalayas.
“For me the past thirteen and a half years has been quite amazing. What I didn’t realise was what an adventure I’d really be on” - Glenyce Johnson, Peregrine Managing Director
We love opening people's eyes to the colour, the chaos, the flavours and the infectious buzz in places like Delhi, Jaipur and Mumbai. But often people are most surprised by the calm, tranquil waters and laidback lifestyle on offer in the south.
Our Destination Managers have one of the best jobs in the world; they spend a few months each year travelling throughout the countries they look after.
But this is still a very popular and very important part of the world to see. We asked our Facebook fans to share their favourite memory of Cambodia and Vietnam.
Our Copywriter, Kellie, had an unforgettable moment in Botswana. Watch her encounter with a baby elephant and its mum in Moremi Game Reserve.
So the question must be asked – how do you discover the unknown in China today?