Sight Seeing

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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Salkantay Luxury Lodge Trek

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Would you like to walk to the fabled Inca ruins of Machu Picchu and NOT have to share the trail with 500 other people and NOT have to sleep in a tent every night, plus be forced to eat delicious gourmet food every day……..????  Well, have I got the trek for you! I recently took […]

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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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Why use a Travel Agent?

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We believe there are many reasons why it’s better and more straightforward to book your travel with an ATAS accredited travel agent, compared with booking directly. Travel agents are trained product and destination experts. They live and breathe travel every single day and have an excellent network of travel suppliers to tailor make a holiday […]

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Free South America Travel Information Evening

Join native South American, Martin Ruffo from Peregrine Melbourne, as we present to you South America! South America is a cultural treasure trove steeped in history and full of incredibly friendly people. Join Martin and share in his knowledge and enthusiasm for South America. If you have been thinking about visiting South America this is […]

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Intrepid Greece Tour

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Greece is often called the birthplace of Western civilization, including democracy, the Olympic Games and major scientific and mathematical principles. The history is still present in the capital Athens, with The Parthenon on the Acropolis of Athens, as one of the best known symbols of classical Greece. But it wasn’t this that drew me to […]

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The Maria Island Walk

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Maria Island, more beautiful than ever. Welcome to one of the world’s great walks. Set on Maria Island, a world heritage listed national park just off the east coast of Tasmania, this gentle four day guided walk combines rare Tasmanian wildlife, spectacular scenery, and fascinating history. Is there a better place on earth to spend four […]

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The Galapagos Islands: the alternative safari

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  It’s no secret that the Galapagos Islands play host to some of the world’s most fascinating, mesmerising and downright peculiar critters. And whether they inhabit land, air or sea, these animals serve up some of our planet’s best opportunities to get up close and personal with wildlife. In fact, the level of interaction may […]

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Gourmet South America – Free Morning Tea

Peregrine Travel Centre Adelaide are hosting a free morning tea with Jill from Gourmet South America.  Whether you’re a traveller looking to experience all the highlights of South America and enjoy good food along the way or a self-confessed gourmand wanting to fully immerse yourself in the South American food scene, Gourmet South America get […]

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5 things to look for in the perfect travel partner

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Travelling with a loved one, whether that person is a friend or partner, spouse or family member, is often the greatest way to see the world. You have someone to share the journey with, to watch your back, to halve your worries, to laugh, to (maybe) cry, to share a sundowner and ultimately, come home […]

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Ride the rainbow: five of South America’s most colourful destinations

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You’d need a pretty extensive colour wheel to capture the full spectrum of South America. The continent tends to manifest its passion and bravado in visible ways.  There’s that flash of Quechua pink and purple in Peru, a swirl of Argentine crimson or the eye-popping glitter of Rio’s Carnival. And it’s not just the people […]

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Africa Travel Tours & Safaris

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Africa Travel Tours & Safaris A holiday to Africa is not something you do every day. Where do you start? The continent is so large – how do you decide where to go! We’re here to help take the stress out of planning your Africa Adventure holiday. Our in-house specialist, Bronny Tudor, has taken a […]

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Monica Taiwan 2015

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In March 2015 I completed the 9 day Peregrine Adventures “Treasures of Taiwan”, which is both a new destination (for me) and a new tour this year. Taiwan was full of surprises; wonderful food and night markets, mountainous countryside, numerous walking trails, quirky accommodation, hands on craft and local industry, Confucius temples, tea plantations, busy […]

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Bronny visits Africa 2014

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Bronny Africa 2014 I have the privilege of having the most amazing and humbling  problem………..I can’t remember if my last trip to Africa in January this year was my 17th or 18th visit ………yep, that’s a pretty BIG problem to have – hmmm!  What a lucky person I’ve been to have so many experiences on […]

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