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Crooked Compass has been accepted into Virtuoso’s unique Regional Preferred Partner Program throughout Asia-Pacific, in a transfer the Australian boutique tour operator hopes will spotlight the significance of genuine and sustainable travel because the world reopens.
As a most popular associate of Virtuoso, Crooked Compass joins a portfolio of greater than 2,000 elite travel suppliers around the globe, from luxury resort teams and international cruise strains to boutique properties and high-end journey operators.
Crooked Compass Founder Lisa Pagotto stated it was an honour for her homegrown firm to hitch the ranks of the world’s main luxury network.
“We are thrilled to become one of Virtuoso’s preferred suppliers. It’s a watershed moment for Crooked Compass and it couldn’t come at a better time. Despite the challenging conditions of the past two years, we have continued to push boundaries to create tours that provide travellers with intimate connections to people and places, and a deeper understanding of the culture they are immersing in. To be welcomed because of our unique approach to travel, our exclusive experiences, our VIP services and our high level of expertise, means the world to us. This partnership is a clear indication that travel advisors and their clients are seeking out a more sustainable and immersive style of travel post-pandemic, which is something we are really excited about,” Ms Pagotto stated.
Virtuoso Partnerships Director Australia & New Zealand Evan Pierce stated the Virtuoso neighborhood in Asia-Pacific was excited to be partnering with Crooked Compass.
“Crooked Compass’ innovative approach to providing authentic travel experiences is a perfect fit for Virtuoso. We are looking forward to working with Lisa as we get our clients travelling again and living their best travel lives,” he stated.
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