Peregrine Adventures has released its latest European 2018 brochure with new destinations and new small ship cruising charters across itineraries from Transylvania and Central Europe to the Canary Islands, including iconic cultural events in Scotland and Morocco.
The Australian-owned travel company has earmarked Romania as the next European hot spot with a brand new itinerary taking in Bran Castle in Brasov, the pristine forests outside Viscri and offering the chance to stay in an 18th-century guesthouse owned by a real-life Count.
Priced from $3,415*, the 11-day Secrets of Romania tour has a number of departures in June and September 2018 and includes a visit to Transfagarasan Road, dubbed ‘the greatest road in the world’ by Top Gear.
In response to holidaymakers’ desire to get away from the masses, Peregrine’s small-group trips are now even more intimate with 20 new small ship cruising charters added to the 2018 calendar. The inaugural charters will include eight-day cruises from Lisbon to Malaga, around Iceland’s Wild West Cost, Croatia’s Central Coast and the Hidden Gems of Greece. Cruises run from May to October and are priced from $2,735* per person twin share.
Peregrine’s Limited Edition range for 2018 includes an 18-day tour of the UNESCO-recognised Fes Festival of World Sacred Music in Morocco, priced from $3,215* per person twin share. Peregrine will become the first operator offering a dedicated tour experience when the music festival gets underway in May next year.
Other highlights include the 14-day Scottish Highland Games tour, which is regularly attended by the Royal family and priced from $5,995* per person twin share; and the 12-day Moors & Christians Festival in Spain which offers the chance to take part in parades, battle reconstructions and military marches, from $6,560* per person twin share.
TOP IMAGE: Moors and Christians Festival at Alhambra Palace/Alilah:Shutterstock