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Why Canada’s Johnstone Strait is a dream destination for wildlife lovers

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Original blog post featured on The Journal by Intrepid Travel. Between the mainland of Canada‘s British Columbia and the misty forests of Vancouver Island, there’s a particular stretch of water that’s become famous around the world. This is Johnstone Strait, home to the biggest resident pod of killer whales (orca) on the planet. There’s no […]

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Once in a lifetime Orangutan Experience!

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Today, Monday 19 August, is World Orangutan Day! Raising awareness about these incredible creatures and the effect deforestation for palm oil has had on their environment and consequently their numbers. If you’re a wildlife enthusiast with a passion for conservation – we’ve found a fantastic opportunity to combine this passion with your love of travel! […]

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5 things I learned conquering Everest Base Camp as a solo female traveller

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Original blog post featured on The Journal by Intrepid, written by Tayla Gentle. As a woman travelling solo you run the gamut of emotions; everything from liberating highs to paralysing fears can cross your adventuring path. For me, independent travel has always been an incredibly freeing experience – I am woman, hear me roar/snore/speak terrible […]

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A guide to The Kimberley

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We’re fortunate here in Australia to have so many amazing destinations on our doorstep. The Kimberley region is no exception – relaxing on the pristine beaches of Broome, enjoying a cruise along the picture-perfect coastline and heading off on a 4WD adventure through some breathtaking landscapes! We sat down with Matthew Fleming, owner of The […]

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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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