While every group is different, Peregrine tours generally consist of an international crowd, with people coming from Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Europe and North America. Most Peregrine travellers are in their 40s, 50s and 60s.
It can be tricky to bond with a busload of 50 people. On a Peregrine tour you’ll be travelling with, on average, ten like-minded people. Being in a small group means you can really get to know your travelling companions and create lasting friendships. Plus, you’ll get more personal and attentive service from your local guide, and explore places usually off limits to the larger tour groups (like that tiny noodle bar in Hanoi or little Parisian boulangerie).