A day in the life of an adventure cruise

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The daily itinerary on a big cruise ship, while fun (in a kid-in-a-candy-store kind of way) is pretty monotonous. Breakfast buffet, lie down, have a snack, fight for a deck chair by the pool, lie down, lunch, a matinee performance at the on-ship cinema, snack, lie down, dinner, repeat. Occasionally there’ll be a shore excursion, […]

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By in Asia, Travel Tips Comments Off on MYANMAR: IT’S TIME TO GO

JULY 2016 | WORDS BY ELLENA JOHNSTONE FROM INSIDER JOURNEYS NOW IS THE TIME TO EXPLORE MYANMAR. From temple-strewn plains to golden stupas, floating gardens to colonial gems, Myanmar has so much to see and experience. Yet there is no denying the country is changing, and our advice is simple – it’s time to go. […]

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Antarctica vs The Arctic: how to choose your polar tour

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It’s all very well to settle on a polar adventure for your next big trip, but which direction do you go? North to Greenland, Canada and Norway? Or south from Cape Horn, all the way to the Antarctic Peninsula? There’s no right answer. Each hemisphere has their merits. Ideally we’d say do both, but if […]

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Free Botanica World Discoveries Morning Tea

Botanica World Discoveries offers botanically themed river and small ship cruises and tours to iconic destinations. Combine your passion for travel, history, gardens and travel beyond the garden gate with a Botanica expert. Come along and enjoy a free morning tea at the Majestic Roof Garden Hotel. Discover the beautiful Cherry Blossoms of Japan Explore […]

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Polar with Wild Earth Cruising Free Information Evening

Join Aaron from Wild Earth Travel as he showcases their incredible Polar cruises —Small Ships, Big Adventure! Aaron Russ, the Founder of WILD EARTH TRAVEL is one of Australasia’s foremost experts on small ship and expedition cruising. He spent a childhood like no other traveling on small ships every holiday to the Sub-antarctic Islands, New […]

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APT’s Small Ship Cruising Morning Tea

Peregrine Travel Adelaide invites you to join us for an information session showcasing APT’s Small Ship Cruising program. APT expert Deb Hanley will be presenting on the different itineraries, and telling you all about her recent experience on a Small Ship Cruise with APT.

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We’d like to introduce you to Scenic Eclipse. The World’s First Discovery Yacht. Scenic Eclipse is the point on the map where luxury, discovery and innovative design meet. Intimate and exclusive, with a maximum of 228 guests, from the moment you step on board you will be surrounded by the ultimate in all-inclusive luxury. From opulent suites […]

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Arctic and Antarctica

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A journey to the end of the earth, where no two voyages are the same. If you are travelling to either the Arctic or Antarctica, you will want to speak to someone that has been there. Peregrine Travel Centre Adelaide has five consultants that have visited this region and can offer first hand knowledge and advice to […]

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Lonely Planet Top 10 Countries 2016

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Lonely Planet have released their famous ‘Top 10’ list of Best in Travel for 2016. So, which destinations made the cut? Top 10 Countries: 1. Botswana: Democratic, progressive, enlightened – but above all, invigoratingly wild. The story of Botswana’s journey from poverty to become one of Africa’s most stable, thriving societies is inspirational; the country celebrates […]

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7 reasons you need to be cruising France’s Canal du Midi right now

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The south of France doesn’t need much in the way of introduction. It’s a world-famous combination of destination and direction, forever synonymous with dreamy Provencal lavender fields, chateaux-dotted hillsides and seaside towns straight from an F Scott Fitzgerald novel. But there is a way of exploring this impossibly romantic region that doesn’t occur to most […]

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