At Peregrine, the safety of our travellers, leaders and operators is a major priority.
Since our very first days as a tour operator, travelling responsibly and safely has been at the heart of everything we do. With this in mind, we monitor world events very closely. Peregrine makes operations decisions based on informed advice from a number of sources.
Peregrine Adventures is suspending tours operating between 16 March and 30 September, 2020
Please refer to our Coronavirus (COVID-19) Customer Information page for the most up to date information.
Because we are an Australian-owned company, if the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade's (DFAT) advisory level for a destination is at ‘Do Not Travel,’ Peregrine will either cancel the trip or reroute the itinerary to avoid the areas concerned.
Most countries’ governments provide their own travel advice. We recommend travellers consult their local advisory for advice. See below for links to some of the larger ones:
- Canada: Travel Advice and Advisories
- New Zealand: Safe Travel
- United Kingdom: Foreign Travel Advice
- United States: US Department of State – Bureau of Consular Affairs
- World Health Organization (WHO)
How we monitor safety on our trips
We constantly monitor global issues, ensuring we have an in-depth understanding of the areas we visit. With 25 operational offices around the world in a variety of destinations, Peregrine Adventures has access to real-time safety updates and information within the countries we travel to. These staff are available to provide support to travellers on the ground if required.
Get in touch
If you have any concerns, you can contact our support team online or over the phone.