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25.10.2013 10:36

Is it safe in Yemen?

So, is it safe to travel in Yemen? Yes! Our first group to this unusual destination has just returned. And they are more than happy for having had the opportunity to get to know the country, its people and the untouched and splendid nature of the island of Socotra. 


14.10.2013 16:32

New destinations on our website!

You know how we are always looking for new exciting destinations, off-the beaten track routes and remarkable places. Then check out our newest trips to Bangladesh, Philippines, Yemen and South Korea.


26.07.2013 16:37

Final call for our last Transsiberian group for 2013

So, it time for our last group along the Transsiberian Railway - the group is guaranteed, the departure det is set on 5th September and there are still few places left. Don't miss your chance for a once in lifetime journey via 3 countries - Russia, Mongolia and China.   


05.03.2013 17:09

The list of our African destinations expands

The living life as it is in real Africa - this is what you are going to experience if you join us on one of our new tours in Africa - to Mozambique, Namibia, Zambia or Botswana. Wildlife, beautiful nature, sunny beaches, vast deserts and savannahs - you will have the chance to explore Africa on a truly amazing adventure!


10.01.2013 11:51

Uganda and Rwanda - our new African challenge

For those, who enjoy travelling more than anything, Penguin Travel has prepared a really unique tour in the heart of the Black continent - a visit to Uganda and Rwanda. Don't miss the chance to join our group and read more about the trip here:


10.01.2013 11:45

What you don't know about South America

In 2012 Penguin Travel arranged its first tour to the less visited countries in South America - Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana, combined with classical destinations like Barbados and Tobago. This unusual trip revealed to the tourists an unknown side of this mighty continent. See it for yourself by taking a look at the pictures on Facebook:  www.facebook.com/penguin.dk


19.12.2012 11:34

New self-guided tours

Penguin Travel is a leading specialist in providing self-guided walking holidays and now we can offer you even more - trekking in Umbria (Italy), Island of Crete (Greece), Tatra Mountains (Poland). But don't miss our other walking holidays in Spain, Italy, France, Bulgaria, Morocco, Turkey etc.


29.11.2012 10:25

Algeria - new destination in 2013

As usual we are planning trips to new and exciting destinations in 2013. One of them is a group roundtrip in Algeria in March 2013. Details and a program can be checked here: 


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10.12.2021 15:21

Saudi Arabia - the birthplace of Islam (tips for visiting the country)

It took really long for Saudi Arabia to decide to open for tourists, but now it is finally a fact and Penguin Travel immediately put the destination on its belt. The Kingdom – known as the spiritual birthplace of Islam, now has a new approach to attract visitors and that's why the visa requirements are changed. The changes are so big, compared to the past that they look almost like a...


06.08.2021 17:00

7 Things to do in South Sudan

  It’s the newest country in the world and one that a lot of people haven’t even heard of. Those who have, usually associate it with the military conflict that has been tearing up the region for decades. But behind all of that, lies a country of ancient cultural rituals, a myriad of colorful local tribes and raw natural beauty. It is still the most challenging destinations for...


05.08.2021 08:55

The Little - Known Pyramids of Sudan

Can you name the country with the most pyramids in the world? Nope, it’s not Egypt. The country which holds this record with more than 200 pyramids is actually Egypt’s southern neighbor – Sudan. Though not as big as the Egyptian ones, they are just as impressive and have just as intriguing history, dating back to 8th century BC, to the kingdom of Kush. Since the Sudanese...


01.10.2020 11:45

11 Interesting Facts about Rwanda

  Rwanda is a small African country, whose name is often mostly associated with the horrific genocide that happened here in 1994. It was one of the most tragic events in the history not only of Rwanda, but the world. However, it was also a turning point in the country's history. It has since then embarked on a new path of social, economic and ecological development and deserves to be known...