In addition to the Responsible Business strategies embedded into our operations, Peregrine Adventures is committed to investing in the local communities we visit. To ensure we are offering adequate support to a variety of projects, Peregrine has partnered with The Intrepid Foundation. Through this partnership, we can offer our travellers a more substantial base for donation and a greater selection of projects to support.
Asha Ka Jharna (AKJ) provides services to disabled children and adults, the destitute, divorcees, widows, distressed women and elderly persons, creating awareness and mainstreaming these people into society. Read more.
The Braille Without Borders name is fitting in the sense that the organisation can work anywhere in the world, and also in that it is removing borders for Tibetan blind people in their daily lives. Read more.
CHIA's innovative and flexible approach to medical care and basic services gives children from poor families access to treatment they wouldn’t normally access. Read more.
Located at Kbal Spean, a historical site 30km north of the temples of Angkor, the ACCB aspires to become a focal point for wildlife conservation and environmental activities throughout the northwest of the country. Read more.
Friends of the Asian Elephant help to rehabilitate and care for elephants that were once used in entertainment venues, and for elephant rides throughout Thailand, often relocating them to Surin province where they can live in more natural surroundings. Read more.
The Charles Darwin Foundation (CDF) Galapagos provides technical and scientific advice on conservation of the Galapagos to the government of Ecuador. Read more.
HUTAN is a local community-run organisation based in the Kinabatangan region of eastern Sabah, which runs a conservation programme to protect orangutans. Their work has led to improved land management and reduced degradation of orangutan habitat. Read more.