Peregrine Adventures

Peregrine's first steps in the world were taken in the foothills of Nepal in 1977

Our name stems from the word 'Peregrinate’, meaning to migrate, walk or take a pilgrimage – very fitting for our beginnings as a trekking company. Since our inception, we've broadened our horizons and now offer small group journeys in over 80 countries acr


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Cycle Vietnam

16 Day(s)
Guided

Cycling through a country is a great way to connect with the land. Pedal from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi, along back roads, central highlands and along the northern coastline. Stretch your legs at the end of each day in our carefully chosen accommodat ...

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Cuba Cycling

15 Day(s)
Guided

Soaring mountains and rolling hills cover a third of this great country, and the rest is populated by colonial urban areas, rural landscapes, beaches and lowland plains. At 1200 kilometres long and (on average) 100km wide this is the perfect place to ...

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Cycling through Provence

7 Day(s)
Self-guided

Pedal your way through the spectacular vineyards and perched villages of Provence. Take every opportunity to taste the regional delights along the way as you cycle at a leisurely pace on your very own Tour de France ...

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Cycling the Loire Valley

6 Day(s)
Self-guided

Castle-hop your way through the lush Loire Valley on board two wheels. Pedal at a relaxed pace along flat terrain while the toughest decision you�ll have to make all day is which wine to have with your cheese plate before dinner! ...

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Thailand Unearthed

10 Day(s)
Adv-Challenging
Guided

Native to the mountainous regions of China, Vietnam, Laos and Thailand, the H�mong people boast a wealth of culture and art. Their clothes, which they weave and embroider by hand, are cobbled together using indigo plants, cotton and hemp. In H�mong c ...

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Secrets of Sri Lanka

12 Day(s)
Guided

Walk through Colombo and you'll hear the distinct "chop chop" sound of streetside chefs preparing kottu, an iconic Sri Lankan dish. A mixture of shredded roti, vegetables, egg and cheese are pulverized on a flat stovetop using two metal ...

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Treasures of Sri Lanka

15 Day(s)
Mod-Advanced
Guided

Sri Maha Bodhi, a cutting from the tree under which Buddha attained enlightenment, is the oldest recorded tree in the world. For the past 2250 years, monks have faithfully chronicled the tree; first on dried banana leaves, then books and now on the I ...

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