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Peregrine Adventures

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  • Immersive Experiences in 80+ Countries
  • Our Tour Leaders ar 100% Local
  • Maximum Group Size is 12
  • Unique 'Feature Stays' on every itinerary
  • Responsible Business is Integrated in Our Culture

Peregrine is for premium adventures, meaning embracing the spirit of adventure through a more immersive cultural journey. Hand-picked accommodation, small groups, award-winning local guides, added inclusions and a more considered pace. Not through a coach window or w...

Peregrine is for premium adventures, meaning embracing the spirit of adventure through a more immersive cultural journey. Hand-picked accommodation, small groups, award-winning local guides, added inclusions and a more considered pace. Not through a coach window or with 50 strangers wearing headsets, not with a personal butler or a big buffet breakfast, but intimately, authentically, memorably.

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141 Peregrine Adventures Reviews

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68%
Good
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Average
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Rather Poor
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Bad
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Accommodation
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Transportation
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Meals
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Value for money
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Guide
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  • MO
    Vintage Vietnam
    4.5 - Excellent
    Written on February 9, 2019
    Great itinerary but wished it included hill tribes north of Hanoi. Rest was excellent. Especially liked Ha Long Bay and Hoi An. Saw beautiful sunset through cab…
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  • JV
    Morocco Explorer
    5.0 - Excellent
    Written on January 26, 2019
    I traveled Morocco via "Morocco Explorer" from 29 December 2018 to 10 January 2019. Every day was a new experience. I fell in love with the food, the people wh…
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  • YL
    Alexandria Experience - Independent
    4.0 - Good
    Written on January 16, 2019
    It was a very nice tour. Our guide is very flexible. The hotel we stayed was excellent near the Stanley Bridge. The room has a view of the Mediterranean Sea. Th…
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  • VF
    Alexandria Experience - Independent
    4.0 - Good
    Written on January 9, 2019
    The pace of the tour was good. The guide was very knowledgeable. The hotel was excellent - a resort hotel right on the beach -only 50 meters away from the Medit…
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  • V
    Lima to Cusco
    3.0 - Average
    Written on January 5, 2019
    Interesting you can’t put a review on the peregrine website! Apart from the follow up response from Peregrine being very disappointing and slow, the tour it’s …
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  •  reviewer 6
    Vintage Nepal
    5.0 - Excellent
    Written on December 31, 2018
    An excellent introduction to Nepal: mostly staying in beautiful hotels (particularly in Pokhara and Chitwan National Park), delicious food and a very kind and e…
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    Peregrine Adventures commented on this review
    Hi Sharni, Firstly I would like to thank you for taking the time to leave your feedback after joining us on our Vintage Nepal trip. I am really pleased to read that you found this an excellent introduction to Nepal. It is also great to read that Subash went above and beyond to make sure you all had an enjoyable experience. With regards to your suggestion for improvement, this is very useful information, I will pass this on to our product team. Thank you again. John
  •  reviewer 7
    Highlights of Ethiopia
    3.5 - Good
    Written on December 31, 2018
    Not a particularly good standard of hotels, given the high price of this tour (often very run-down, patchy service, one hotel had no plumbing for a while, anoth…
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    Peregrine Adventures commented on this review
    Hi Sharni, Thank you for taking the time to write this review, it is disappointing to read that you were not completely satisfied with the level of accommodation. If you would like to send an email to customerrelations@Intrepidtravel.com with more details, our support team will look into this for you. I will also send this feedback onto our product team for them to review. Thank you again for leaving this feedback. John
  • JD
    Mexico In Depth
    4.5 - Excellent
    Written on December 19, 2018
    Nathan is an excellent tour leader and guide. Nothing was too much trouble, always helpful and always cheerful. As well as the things on the itinerary he took u…
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    Peregrine Adventures commented on this review
    Hi Judith, Thank you for taking the time to leave your feedback, great to hear that Nathan was an excellent tour leader and guide, I am really pleased to hear that he added value to your experience. It is disappointing to read that you were not completely satisfied with the hotel room at Oaxaca was not up to your standards. Please do reach out to customerrelations@Intrepidtravel.com and our aftersales team will be more than happy to have a look into this for you. Thanks, John
  • P
    Vintage Nepal
    5.0 - Excellent
    Written on December 15, 2018
    I thoroughly enjoyed this tour. Our guide, Nabin, could not have been better. He certainly knows his country and its history, was always available and most help…
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  • PS
    El Chalten Experience - Independent
    4.0 - Good
    Written on December 10, 2018
    Poor communication during the time we were in Patagonia. Hotel was changed without informing us. Shuttle time was unknown except on the day that we needed it.
    Peregrine Adventures commented on this review
    Hi Pieter, Thank you for your feedback, if you could send an email with a bit more detail to customerrelations@intrepidtravel.com we can look into this for you. Thank you. John

About Peregrine Adventures

Peregrine is for premium adventures, meaning embracing the spirit of adventure through a more immersive cultural journey. Hand-picked accommodation, small groups, award-winning local guides, added inclusions and a more considered pace. Not through a coach window or with 50 strangers wearing headsets, not with a personal butler or a big buffet breakfast, but intimately, authentically, memorably.

Peregrine Adventures videos

  • Experience life on the Ganges
  • Enjoy afternoon tea in Kenya
  • Fall for Iguazu
  • Get up, up and away
  • Junk cruising in Halong Bay
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  • Encounter Rwandan gorillas
  • Visit EAMO
  • Hippo African Wildlife
  • North America Travel
  • A Day In Vietnam
  • India
  • Nepal Trekking
  • Vietnam & Cambodia
  • Egypt Cultural Travel
  • Antarctic Adventures
  • East Africa Wildlife Safari
  • Antarctic Peninsula
  • Travel Nepal - Royal Chitwan National Park
  • Cambodia Culture Travel
  • Peru & The Inca Trail
  • South Africa Wildlife Safari
  • Patagonia & Argentina Travel
  • Peru Travel - Inca Trail, Machu Picchu, Nazca Lines
  • Travel Nepal - Himalayas, Mount Everest
  • Travel to Dead Sea, Petra, Jerash, Middle East
  • Travel Oman: Jordan Travel
  • Jordan Jewel of Middle East Travel
  • Italy Travel Villas to Villages
  • Italy - Land of Tradition & Culture
  • India's Bengal Tiger & Wildlife
  • Travel India - Local Indian Guides
  • Peregrine Artic Travel Tour
  • Greenland, Artic Ocean Cruise
  • Galapagos Islands Travel
  • Travel Galapagos Islands
  • Travel Egypt, Local Egyptian Guides
  • Borneo Travel
  • Nepal, An Inspiring Culture
  • Egyptian Tour And Travel
  • Andean Condor
  • Peru Inspiration Travel
  • Patagonia Travel
  • Antarctica Wildlife
  • Antarctica Cruise Exploration
  • South Africa Adventure
  • South Africa Safari
  • Botswana Safari
  • Travel India Highlights
  • Iceland: The Ultimate Travel Guide
  • Japan: The Ultimate Travel Guide
  • Ultimate Travel Guide: Canada
  • Main Page Video
  • TourRadar presents Ganga Aarti at Varanasi
  • TourRadar presents Aït Benhaddou
  • TourRadar presents The Imperial Cities
  • TourRadar presents Sigiriya Rock
Experience life on the Ganges

Why Peregrine

Local Leaders, Always

Peregrine pride themselves on only employing locally-born leaders for their trips, allowing them to give back to local economies and create jobs. Plus, who better to show you around than someone born and raised in the area, someone with strong connections within the community, an understanding of the culture and a passion for their region? Local guides will also help you find the best places to eat, point you in the direction of hidden highlights and provide you with practical information on etiquette, tipping and speaking the language.

Responsible Travel

Responsible travel is at the core of what Peregrine does. Their integrity and principles of sustainable development means that this business culture stretches from the office to the guides on the ground. They ensure that both staff and travelers understand and adhere to responsible travel practices while abroad. These practices include respecting people, cultures and local environments, and encouraging the spread of good will throughout the trips they take. They are committed to making a positive contribution wherever they can.

Quality Accommodation

Peregrine trips include handpicked accommodation, chosen for its quality, character, amenities and central location. Each tour includes at least one stand out property places that offer a deeper level of cultural immersion or a unique perspective of a destination. It could be a heritage stay in a Rajasthan Palace, a wilderness lodge in the Sri Lankan jungle, a splash of luxury in a Moroccan Riad, or a night in stilt cottages over Myanmar's Inle Lake.

Small Group Sizes

Peregrine Group sizes are a maximum of 12 people, meaning less time checking into hotels and getting on and off transport, and more time seeing the sights. Even their Adventure Cruising and Polar tours use small ships, allowing you to truly immerse yourself in a destination and get into areas often restricted to larger groups . You'll get more personalized attention from your local guide and be able to develop meaningful connections with the others in your group. Peregrine tours are also a popular choice for those travelling solo as they're a great way to meet others with similar interests.

Peregrine Benefits

By Travelers, For Travelers

Peregrine is a company of travelers, for travelers. They are constantly out taking trips, sharing stories of travel, trying to get a greater understanding of the world and infusing that sense of adventure into all of their itineraries.

Unique Itineraries

Peregrine itineraries cover both the big drawcards to a region, as well as smaller, more local experiences. And they travel at a slower pace with more days in each destination, giving you the chance to soak up the atmosphere, relax and unwind at your own speed. It's not about ticking off 12 countries in two weeks; it's about finding the pulse of a destination and learning its story.

More Inclusions

With Peregrine, all of your major expenses are covered, such as arrival airport transfer, all transport on your tour, accommodation, tips, any specialist guides and porters, sightseeing and entrance fees. All included meals are also outlined on the itinerary. This will save you from having to reach into your wallet for local currency every couple of hours; you’ll only need to budget a little extra for any additional meals, souvenirs and optional activities.

Peregrine Adventures Ships

  • Harmony G
    Harmony G
    With Adventure Cruising, it’s the destination and not the boat that’s the star of the show – but that doesn’t mea… Read more
    Built
    2001 (refurbished in 2013)
    Guests
    21-43
    Crew
    18
    Length
    54 m / 177 ft
    Staterooms
    21
    Gross Tonnage
    498 gt
    Beam
    7 m / 23 ft
    Cruising Speed
    10 kn / 19 kph / 12 mph
  • Panorama II
    Panorama II
    This Motor Sailer’s engine provides a cruising speed of 10 knots, but the temptation to raise the sails in favourable conditions is… Read more
    Built
    2004 (renovated in 2015)
    Guests
    49
    Crew
    16-18
    Length
    50m/164ft
    Width
    11m/36ft
    Staterooms
    25
    Gross Tonnage
    498 gt
    Cruising Speed
    10 knots
    Draft
    4.5m/15ft
  • World Explorer
    World Explorer
    Our WORLD EXPLORER can, in a unique way, combine all the requirements of sophisticated guests, lovingly finished down to the smallest deta… Read more
    Built
    2018
    Guests
    200
    Crew
    125
    Length
    126m
    Width
    19m
    Staterooms
    86
    Gross Tonnage
    9300 gt
    Electricity
    220v
    Cruising Speed
    16 knots, in open water
    Draft
    4.7m
  • Ocean Diamond
    Ocean Diamond
    The Ocean Diamond is a modern, stable super-yacht with spacious cabins, all with private bathroom facilities and exterior views. This outs… Read more
    Built
    1974 (renovation in 1986, 2012)
    Guests
    189
    Crew
    144
    Length
    124m
    Width
    16m
    Electricity
    220v
    Cruising Speed
    15.5 knots
    Draft
    4.9m
  • Ocean Nova
    Ocean Nova
    Designed to carry passengers in comfort to the most remote corners of the world, the Ocean Nova was built in Denmark. This ship delivers c… Read more
    Built
    1992
    Guests
    78
    Crew
    38
    Length
    73m
    Width
    11m
    Suites
    38
    Electricity
    220v
    Cruising Speed
    12 knots
    Draft
    3.7m
  • Ocean Endeavour
    Ocean Endeavour
    Ocean Endeavour is a comfortable, well-appointed small expedition ship expertly engineered to explore the Polar Regions. The ship has an i… Read more
    Guests
    199
    Crew
    124
    Length
    137m
    Width
    16m
    Electricity
    220v
    Cruising Speed
    15n
    Draft
    5.6m
  • Ocean Adventurer
    Ocean Adventurer
    As of June 2017, Quark Expeditions’ much beloved polar expedition ship the “Sea Adventurer” will be undergoing a multi-… Read more
    Built
    1976 (refurbished in 1999 and 2002)
    Guests
    132
    Crew
    84
    Length
    101.1m
    Width
    16.2m
    Suites
    57
    Cruising Speed
    12 knots
    Draft
    4.5m
  • Ocean Atlantic
    Ocean Atlantic
    With an ice-strengthened hull, the newly renovated Ocean Atlantic is a strong and comfortable vessel operating in the polar regions. Carr… Read more
    Built
    Renovated in 2017
    Guests
    132
    Crew
    160
    Length
    140m
    Electricity
    220v
    Beam
    69ft
    Cruising Speed
    12 knots
    Draft
    5.8m
  • 50 Years of Victory
    50 Years of Victory
    Some places on our planet are so out of reach that their very isolation has stirred generations of explorers into voyages of adventure an… Read more
    Built
    2007
    Built
    2007
    Guests
    128
    Guests
    128
    Crew
    140
    Crew
    140
    Length
    160m
    Length
    160m
    Width
    30m
    Width
    30m
    Cruising Speed
    21.4 knots in open water
    Cruising Speed
    21.4 knots in open water
    Draft
    11.08m
    Draft
    11.08m
  • MV Hondius
    MV Hondius
    When it comes to Polar exploration, it doesn’t get much better than this. The brand-new M/V Hondius, debuting in 2019, is one of th… Read more
    Built
    2019
    Guests
    176
    Crew
    72
    Length
    107m
    Width
    17.6m
    Staterooms
    84
    Gross Tonnage
    6300 gt
    Cruising Speed
    15 knots
    Draft
    5.30m
  • MS Panorama
    MS Panorama
    Relaunched in 2014, the M/S Panorama offers the highest standards of comfort, safety and sustainability that Central American cruising ha… Read more
    Built
    Relaunched in 2014
    Guests
    49
    Crew
    18
    Staterooms
    25
    Cruising Speed
    11 knots
  • Akademik Shokalskiy
    Akademik Shokalskiy
    Built
    1982 (refurbished in 2008)
    Guests
    48
    Crew
    30
    Length
    71.6m
    Width
    12.82m
    Staterooms
    27
    Gross Tonnage
    1764 gt
    Cruising Speed
    12 knots (2 engines), 10 knots(one engine)
  • Grand Queen Beatriz
    Grand Queen Beatriz
    Experience the ‘Enchanted Islands’ in our new custom-built yacht, the Grand Queen Beatriz. Custom built, with a stylish moder… Read more
    Built
    2018
    Guests
    16
    Crew
    8
    Length
    41m
    Gross Tonnage
    317
    Electricity
    110V
    Beam
    9m
    Cruising Speed
    10 knots
  • Galileo
    Galileo
    You won’t find another cruise ship quite like the Galileo. The old-world charm of this classic steel Motor Sailer is unmatched in t… Read more
    Built
    1992 (refitted in 2007)
    Guests
    49
    Crew
    18
    Length
    154.20ft /47m
    Staterooms
    25
    Beam
    32.81ft /10m
    Cruising Speed
    11 knots
    Draft
    7.87ft /2.40m
  • Peregrine Dalmatia
    Peregrine Dalmatia
    The Peregrine Dalmatia was purpose-built in 2012 to cruise the Dalmatian Coast, so you know you’re in for a safe and comfortable tr… Read more
    Built
    2012
    Guests
    31
    Length
    38m
    Width
    7m
    Staterooms
    16
    Cruising Speed
    8.6 / 7.9 knots
    Draft
    2.2m
  • MY Pegasus
    MY Pegasus
    If you’re island-hopping with us through the Seychelles off Africa’s east coast, you’ll be cruising in the 45-metre (14… Read more
    Built
    1990 (refurbished in 2016)
    Guests
    44
    Crew
    18
    Length
    45 m / 148 ft
    Staterooms
    21
    Gross Tonnage
    695 gt
    Beam
    11 m / 36 ft
    Cruising Speed
    10 kn / 19 kph / 12 mph
  • Harmony V
    Harmony V
    With this ship, you’ll be forgiven for thinking you’ve stepped aboard a private yacht of the rich and famous. The Harmony V i… Read more
    Built
    1985 (refurbished in 2009)
    Guests
    49
    Crew
    18
    Length
    55 m / 180 ft
    Staterooms
    25
    Gross Tonnage
    693 gt
    Beam
    8 m / 26 ft
    Cruising Speed
    11 kn / 20 kph / 13 mph

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What makes us unique

Peregrine Story & History

Peregrine started back in 1977 with a small group who ventured out to explore Nepal. Since that first tour, Peregrine has appealed to well traveled, discerning travelers - those who really want to experience a place rather than just tick off the bucket list.

Questions & Answers

Here we have collected and answered the most frequently asked questions.

  • What will the weather be like on the tour?

    The weather can vary from destination to destination and can fluctuate throughout the year. More information is available in the specific trip notes, so please get in touch to request a copy.

  • Are there any long travelling days during the tour?

    Peregrine tour itineraries indicate travelling time and mode of transport. Although there are some days where the travel is relatively long distances, their trips are organised to make travelling as convenient and efficient as possible.

  • What form of transportation is used on the tour?

    Peregrine use private vehicles, and sometimes local transport where it adds to the experience (ie. the Shinkansen 'Bullet Train'). In certain areas, whether it’s the old quarter of a city or a remote rural valley, the best way to explore is on foot, so they try to incorporate some walking. Peregrine also use boats, ships, camels, bicycles which can all add to the authentic nature of our trips.

  • Is it possible to book extra pre/post tour accommodation?

    Yes, we can certainly help book pre and post tour accommodation, please get in touch for more details and prices.

  • How to get to the starting point of the tour?

    Airport transfers are usually included in the price of Peregrine tours. Tours always start in a specified hotel and we let travellers know exactly when they need to be at that hotel.

  • Does Peregrine cater to travellers with special dietary needs?

    Yes, just let us know when you're booking, so we can inform the local leaders. That way they can make sure you are looked after in the local restaurants. Keep in mind that in some places your diet might be slightly limited, as meat often forms an integral part of the local cuisine.

  • What types of food is offered on the tour?

    The tour leaders are local to the regions you visit, meaning they can take you to out of the way places for the most interesting cuisine. Their local knowledge comes in handy for deciphering menus and you can get tips on local delicacies and the most interesting markets to visit.

  • What is the accommodation on the tour?

    Travellers stay in centrally located, comfortable accommodation with private amenities. Peregrine choose smaller hotels to avoid large chains, and some itineraries even offer authentic homestays.

  • Is it possible to arrive early or extend the visit on a destination?

    Peregrine offers trip extensions around some of the start and end cities, for example many people choose to add a Zanzibar beach extension to the end of their Mount Kilimanjaro trip! You can also choose to add pre/ post tour accommodation, so please get in touch for more details.

  • How much free time can travellers enjoy on the tour?

    Peregrine tours are a combination of organised activities and free time. It also depends on the trip, for example, some of the trekking adventures may have less free time than other trips. The framework itinerary is in place and the details are taken care of, but on many days travellers decide what they want to see and do.

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