PEREGRINE ADVENTURES ANTARCTICA & HIGH ARCTIC BROCHURE

Antarctica and the High Arctic

Peregrine’s secret to unlocking the magic of the Polar Regions lies in the credentials of our vessels and the team we have on board. Considered to be best in their class, the Peregrine Mariner and the Peregrine Voyager provide the perfect ‘home base’ for exploring the polar wilderness, moving us quickly from bay to island to fjord, and providing a warm and comfortable homecoming at the end of a day’s exploration. From the Northwest Passage to the Antarctic Peninsular, join a small ship expedition voyage to the far icy reaches of our planet with Peregrine, the polar experts.

Set sail for an adventure of a lifetime. Peregrine operate world–leading expedition voyages in Antarctica, the Falkland Islands and South Georgia as well as the Canadian and Spitsbergen High Arctic. No two voyages are ever the same as our small group size (max. 110) allows us to cater to many interests – wildlife and ornithology, sea kayaking, hiking, camping on ice, meeting the locals, or photography. Explore pristine wilderness areas and discover a myriad of amazing wildlife through frequent shore excursions in the company of expert guides and naturalists.

Peregrine offers over 180 adventures in over 70 countries worldwide – from walking, trekking and mountaineering, to culture, wildlife and history itineraries, family adventures and expedition cruises. For nearly 30 years we have led the field in adventure travel because of our: level of destination expertise; locally born and raised tour leaders; small groups of no more than 16 on land tours, and 110 in the Polar regions; innovative itineraries that include both the iconic sights and off–the–beaten–track highlights; and responsible tourism practices. Your adventure begins here!

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Peregrine Adventures Antarctica & High Arctic brochure cover from 03 October, 2007
03 October, 2007