Our accommodation is hand-picked by our destination experts for its quality, character, amenities and central location. So your stay is not only memorable, but convenient.
When picking our properties, we look for the key things: a private bathroom, air-conditioning, and a central, convenient location. Travelling in smaller groups comes with a few advantages, and accommodation is one of them. With only (on average) 9 other people on tour, we can often stay in smaller local hotels - often with lots of character. In larger cities, we'll use quality hotels in central locations. It’s all so you can spend less time commuting and more time exploring. For a list of your tour’s accommodation, refer to the day-by-day itinerary in the Essential Trip Information.
Peregrine tours are perfect for solo travellers. It's a great way to meet people with similar interests and there's no additional cost if you're happy to share a twin-share room with someone of the same gender. Of course if you'd prefer to have your own room (at a little extra cost) we can arrange this on the majority of our trip.
Our typical style of accommodation:
Peregrine feature stays
This year we’re introducing something a bit special: our feature stays.
Each of our small group tours includes at least one stand out property – places that offer a deeper level of cultural immersion or unique perspective of a destination. It could be a heritage stay in a Rajasthan Palace, a wilderness lodge in the Sri Lankan jungle, a splash of luxury in a Moroccan Riad, or a night in stilt cottages over Myanmar’s Inle Lake. Below are some of the examples of our feature stays, as well as the adventures you'll find these on.
Nata Lodge, Makgadikgadi Salt plains
Situated on the edge of the Makgadikgadi salt plains, Nata Lodge is a perfect oasis in which to take a break after a long day of wildelife watching. Relax in the shaded canopy around the lodge with a book before turning in for the night in your comfortable thatched chalet.
Pazo Santa Maria, Arzua
Nestled in a garden oasis, this 18th-century hotel is a welcome resting spot on the Camino de Santiago. Relax in comfortable lounges, wander through the orchard, treat yourself to a massage or watch sunset with a cocktail on the terrace.
Hupin Khuang Daing
This idyllic collection of stilt cottages is nestled on the western bank of Inle Lake in the eastern Shan mountains. Soak up the fresh air on the terrace and watch the distinctive one-legged rowing style of local shermen as the sun rises and sets in the distance.
Hupin Playa Koralia
Welcome to the perfect beach hideaway. Minutes from Buritaca Beach, Playa Koralia prides itself in using nature to create a unique sleeping experience. Rooms are rooded in palm fronds and the whitewashed walls are shaped into comfortable lounging area.
Riad Ritaj, Meknes
Beautiful and opulent, this hotel is a charming example of traditional Moroccan architecture both inside and out. Situated in the heart of the Meknes Medina and close to all the sights of the city, the Riad Tiaj is a tranquil heaven from the bustle and heat of the city outside.
Luxury camp, Wadi Rum
Nestled in a protected area, Wadi Rum Night Camp combines luxury tented accommodation, a dining tent serving delicious traditional meals and private terraces outside each tent, the perfect spot for some evening star-gazing.
Posada Amazonas lodge, near Puerto Maldonado
Fall asleep under your mosquito net canopy as the sounds of the Amazon Jungle come to life. Located in it's own private 2,000-hectare reserve, the lodge offers views over the surrounding rainforest where you can often spot monkeys, toucans, macaws and other animals.
Heritage Palace, Dera Khariwa
Sleep like a king or queen – literally – in this 15th centry fortified palace. This unique, family-run hotel is owned by descendents of the royal family. They also reside here, so you can share meals together and see what it would have felt like to be part of India's former ruling class.