Author: Adriana

Walking the Prosecco Hills

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Written by Peregrine Travel Centre SA client Bron Gascoigne. I recently went on my first Exodus Tour – “Walking the Prosecco Hills”. With a name like that, I knew what I was getting myself in for .. or so I thought. The trip was everything I expected, and more.  Friendly people, lush countryside, outstanding architecture, […]

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On board the Viking Sun

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On Saturday 23 March, the Viking Sun docked into Outer Harbour, Adelaide as part of its 141 day world voyage! Launched in 2017, this ocean vessel is one of 6 in Viking Ocean Cruises fleet of state-of-the-art ocean ships. Each of the 6 ships are identical and can carry 930 passengers in all verandah staterooms […]

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Easter traditions around the world

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Original blog post featured on The Journal by Intrepid, by Miranda Forstmanis. For many, Easter arrives with the promise of long weekends, easter egg hunts, and the ability to overindulge in an excessive amount of chocolate without fear of judgement. But while this might be the norm for countries like the United Kingdom, Australia, the […]

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A guide to travel in Iran

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Written by Peregrine Travel Centre SA team member Monica. Iran is a destination most people don’t even consider for their next holiday, which is a shame because it has so much to offer travellers and is safe to visit! Our team member Monica recently returned from visiting this incredible part of the world, she absolutely […]

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A weekend in Atlanta

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Written by Peregrine Travel Centre SA team member Adriana. In March last year I spent a weekend in Atlanta after a 3-week tour. I wasn’t sure what to expect from this southern capital city, but I left pleasantly surprised and wanting to return for more. As I only had two days, I chose to do […]

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5 experiences that prove Sri Lanka is an adventurer’s paradise

Original blog post featured on The Journal by Intrepid, by Ryan Bolton. Let’s start here: Sri Lanka has it all, adventure-seekers. Remarkable landscapes that take a while for you to register all that you’re seeing. Rich, succulent foods with exotic flavours that dance in the sea breeze. Vast multi-cultural and multi-religious roots. Fun-loving, curious locals. […]

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Little Heroes reach Everest Base Camp

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We recently assisted the Little Heroes Foundation with planning and organising travel arrangements for their group trek to Everest Base Camp – to raise money for their Little Heroes Care program. 12 wonderful people signed on to conquer the trek and together raised over $70,000 for an amazing cause! The trekkers have now returned from […]

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A guide to walking with Mountain Gorillas

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In travel we use the words ‘life-changing’ quite a bit, and it’s true, most new destinations you visit will give you a unique experience or learning that you take with you into your life. However, trekking in the African rainforest to see mountain gorillas in their natural habitat is a life-changing travel experience that you […]

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