Crooked Compass Launches New Zealand in Classe

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Culturally immersive and untouchable by self-drive and cruise, Crooked Compass launches New Zealand as part its luxury Classe collection. Truly exclusive wilderness accessed by helicopter and private boat, age-old Maori practices and luxury lodges showcase a destination rich in experiences.

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Wet Season in East Arnhem Land & The Wessel Islands

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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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Under Tagai’s Gaze: Sailing in the Torres Strait Islands

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Beyond the tip of Queensland’s Cape York Peninsula, lies a uniquely beautiful part of Australia that few have the good fortune to visit. Here, hundreds of islands lie sprinkled in the ocean, the remnants of a land bridge that stretched from the continent of Australia to Papua New Guinea over 8000 years ago.

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