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Top Experiences in 2021 Crooked Compass and Crooked Compass by Air

December 18, 2020 Tour Operator No Comments

Long lunch on Lord Howe, dance at Papua New Guinea’s famous cultural show, sail a traditional canoe in Vanuatu, or explore the Northern Territory’s secluded Wessel Islands. Make up for lost travel time in 2021 with an exclusive experience by Crooked Compass or Crooked Compass by Air.

Top Experiences by Crooked Compass:

East Arnhem Land & Wessel Islands is a raw and rugged archipelago, an untouched and secluded reach of Australia. Explore the region on an exclusive charter cruise aboard the M/Y Wildcard. Discover the fascinating indigenous history of this culturally rich region. Swim through caves and admire the timeless indigenous art etched into the millennia old galleries. Sail between virgin islands, hike on stunning sand bars and kayak through cascading waterfalls that tumble straight into the ocean. 8 days from $13,795 departing 1 February, 2021.

Mount Hagen Cultural Show is perhaps the most famous cultural show in Papua New Guinea amongst locals. It brings together sing-sing groups from all over the country in an amazing conglomeration of colour, beauty and culture. It was first staged in 1964 by many different tribes from the Western Highlands Province to calm the ever present tribal animosities. Tribes come together to share cultural experiences and celebrate diversity. They dance, sing and perform wearing some of the world’s most fascinating tribal ware. 4 days from $5,789 departing 20 August, 2021.

Maskelyne Canoe Festival is a thrilling annual event and cultural festival in the Malekula Islands of Vanuatu. A celebration of kastom dance, traditional canoe making, feasts of local kakae and the freshest seafood you have ever tasted, followed by the ultimate outrigger canoe race. Located in the islets of the Maskelynes, snorkel pristine reefs, explore remote islands, sail a traditional outrigger canoe and swim with dugongs. Embrace the warm hospitality of the local Ni-Van’s and discover Vanuatu’s most linguistically and culturally diverse islands. 7 days from $2,969 departing 24 July, 2021.

Don’t Miss Out: Book in 2021 for travel in 2022 on the Pitcairn and Her Islands Expedition – a new Pacific expedition to four of the world’s most remote islands. Visit one of the world’s youngest tourist locations aboard the MV Silver Supporter freighter ship. A must-do for naturalists, astronomers, historians and those chasing a highly exclusive experience, with only eight places available. 19 days from $30,709 departing 12 March, 2022.

Top Experiences by Crooked Compass by Air:

Long Lunch on Lord Howe via charted aircraft and explore an idyllic island paradise for a day. With world-heritage listed beauty, this former volcano towering out of a lagoon offers white beaches, unique ecology and fascinating birdlife. Fly over the spectacular pinnacle of Ball’s Pyramid and explore the island with a local guide. Absorb the views over lunch, spend the afternoon feeding fish, snorkelling in the crystal waters, or spotting marine life in a glass bottom boat. Day trip from $2,999 departing 28 April, 2021.

Long Lunch in the Bush at an authentic outback station. Callubri Station in Central West NSW fuses rustic beauty and modern sophistication, with views across the western plains and a rich history of wool and lamb production. Explore the property in troopies, spotting local wildlife and learning about food and fibre production. Settle in for a long lunch of the finest regional cuisine in the historic Shearer’s Quarters. Day trip from $1,815 departing 9 April ex. Sydney.

View the full range of Crooked Compass itineraries at www.crooked-compass.com. For those seeking further exclusivity, charter flight journeys are available with Crooked Compass by Air at www.crookedcompassbyair.com.

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