Wild Vistas of the Southern Eyre Peninsula

Posted by Crooked Compass

Straw coloured islands lay scattered in the deep blues of the Southern Ocean juxtaposed with translucent silica beaches, fringed with Bombay Sapphire waters – this is the Eyre Peninsula. A wild coastline, home to graceful Southern Right Whales, curious sealions and misunderstood Great White Sharks. Welcome to some of Australia’s most dramatic ocean escarpment.

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Wet Season in East Arnhem Land & The Wessel Islands

Posted by Crooked Compass

East Arnhem Land and the Wessel Islands are two of the most remote reaches in Australia and our last frontier before Papua New Guinea. So why do we choose to travel here in the wet season? Put simply, for the beauty and power of Mother Nature. You travel through the scattering of islands between January and March for the phenomenal, natural drama that ensues.

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What You Need to Know Trekking Georgia's Svaneti

Posted by Crooked Compass

Trekking through the Svaneti region in Georgia’s north west is an enchanting experience. You feel like you are stepping into another world as you are suddenly surrounded by towering snow capped peaks piercing over 4000m into the sky. The Svaneti is the highest inhabited area of the Caucasus and its true isolation has greatly preserved its culture, traditions and untouched beauty.

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