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Set Your Compass For An Off-The-Beaten Track Adventure

24th January 2019

Crooked Compass is a boutique tour operator uncovering the world’s best kept secrets through small group touring and customised itineraries.

Created to inspire, educate and encourage travellers to understand responsible tourism, Crooked Compass provides culturally immersive experiences that support local communities and projects, uncovering a side of each destination you never knew existed.

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Yumbulagang Palace, Bhutan
Yumbulagang Palace, Bhutan

Crooked Compass specialises in showcasing the hidden, lesser known side of a destination, whether it be an exciting itinerary in one of the planets far reaches, or exploring the more common travel routes, with a twist. Ideally suited to those who seek enriching, real and local experiences, Crooked Compass helps you live like a local, eat like a local, do what the locals do and seek the faces behind the places while discovering untouched lands and natural beauty. 

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Reindeer Tribes of Mongolia
Reindeer Tribes of Mongolia

"Crooked Compass tours include unique and surprising experiences you simply do not find with any other tour operator". - Karen Bews, Travel Associates Mt Hutton, NSW

All small group tours (min 2, max 12) are guaranteed departures. Plus, for those seeking more flexibility and personalisation, from a private departure date for an existing tour, to creating your own itinerary from scratch, Crooked Compass offers Tours By Design, so you can tailor-make your own unique travel experience. 

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Mountain Gorillas in Rwanda
Mountain Gorillas in Rwanda

Their mission is to empower travellers to change the world, locally and globally, achieving transformative outcomes for themselves and the local communities and initiatives they take part in on their journeys, returning more enriched and knowledgeable than when they left.

Uncover the lesser known side of our fascinating planet with Crooked Compass. Talk to your Travel Associates adviser about booking your next adventure.