Travel where the big ships can’t

Adventure Cruising combines the real-life experiences of our tried and tested small-group trips with the added comfort of a well-appointed leisure cruise. But instead of shuffle board and onboard casinos, we’re all about taking you to the smaller ports (the one’s the bigger ships just can’t get to) and really taking you into the heart of the destination. 

Bali’s Kuta is paradise enough for most tourists, but the volcanic islands of Satonda and Banta host some of the best dive spots in Indonesia. The beaches of Penang and Phuket are beloved for good reason, but the sandy shores of Ko Yao Yai are just as enticing, and a lot less crowded. Ha Long Bay is a must-visit, but don’t miss the waterways and deep limestone caves of Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, the splendour of which is still obscure to much of the world. Cruising Asia holds some essential treasures that can’t be ignored, but it’s surprises like these along the way that make for an exceptional journey.

As you have cruised with Peregrine before, you’ll receive $150 onboard credit when you book your Asia Adventure Cruise*. 

Please quote promo code 66013 when booking your Asia Adventure Cruise. Book before 19 August 2018 for travel prior to 15 December 2019.

AU/NZ $150 on board credit is exclusive to past Peregrine travellers who have been on an Adventure Cruise, Galapagos voyage or Polar cruise previously. Onboard credit applies to Peregrine Asia Adventure Cruises only departing before 15 December 2019, excluding Private Groups.

South Vietnam Coastal Cruising (PACS/PACN)
North Vietnam Coastal Cruising (PADH/PAHD)
Cruising in the Thai Islands (PAPI)
Cruising Thailand & Malaysia (PATM/PACK)
Indonesian Island Cruise (PAIC)
Cruising the Coast of Vietnam (PANS/PASN)

and Asia Land & Sea combos:
Cambodia & South Vietnam by Land & Sea (PAPVC/PAVHC)
Cambodia & North Vietnam by Land & Sea (PAVNC)
Cambodia & the Vietnam Coast by Land & Sea (PAWVC/PASLC)
North Vietnam Coastal Cruising with Sapa (PAHSC)
Thailand & Laos by Land & Sea (PALPC)
Borneo and the Malaysian & Thai Islands by Land & Sea (PAPKC).

Onboard credit applies to new bookings only made and deposited between 27 July & 19 August 2018 for any 2018/19 departure prior to 15 Dec 2019. The onboard credit can be used towards drinks, laundry and internet charges. This offer may be used in conjunction with the Cruise the World 15% discount running at the same time but cannot be used with any other offers.  Please note: there is NO refund on any unused credit. Unused credit is forfeited. Deposit of $600 per person per trip is required upon booking. If booking within 56 days of departure, full payment is due immediately. All tours are subject to availability. Prices are based on twin share accommodation, low season, voyage only. Prices, itineraries and inclusions are subject to change without notice. Standard booking conditions apply as per Peregrine’s website 

You must quote promo code 66013 to claim your onboard credit at time of booking - the onboard credit cannot be applied retrospectively.


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Pulau Tiga Jetty

Snorkel in Pulau Tiga National Park

Borneo's Pulau Tiga National Park means 'three islands' and was created in the late 1890s by a volcanic mud explosion. Nowadays, it's a great place to enjoy snorkelling, keeping an eye out for the range of tropical fish and colourful coral that can be found close to shore. There will also be a chance to relax in a natural mud bath, which is said to be excellent skincare!

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Orangutans in Borneo

Visit an Orangutan Sanctuary

Borneo's government-funded Semenggoh Orangutan Sanctuary helps reintroduce these beautiful animals back into the wild after a life of domestication or having been orphaned. Head into the jungle and watch the orangutans as they swing into view, play and eat the supplementary diet of bananas and milk that is laid out for them twice a day by the rangers. 

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Rinca Island of Indonesia green mountains and the see side view

Comb the wilds of Rinca Island

Indonesia’s Rinca Island is the lesser-known sister to Komodo Island. It’s a place to witness the famed Komodo dragon in its natural surrounds without the distraction of the selfie-sticks in droves. Some of the dragons can grow to three metres (10 feet) in length, and the population on the island is so dense that sightings are almost guaranteed.

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ship sailing in the sea of Satonda island in Indonesia

Escape to Satonda Island

At the centre of remote Satonda Island, Indonesia, lie the crystal blue waters of a flooded volcanic crater lake. It’s an ideal spot for swimming and snorkelling. You might like to challenge yourself to a hike for spectacular views of the lake from above. Before you leave, hang a rock from one of the trees around the lake to have your wish come true.

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