Compass Editions unveils brand new print brochure detailing 4WD adventure itineraries

Compass Editions unveils brand new print brochure detailing 4WD adventure itineraries
Edited by Travel Weekly


    Following the launch of its new range of small group 4WD tours, Compass Expeditions has released a brand new print brochure.

    Compass Expeditions has established itself as a leading provider of guided motorcycle tours worldwide and have applied 16 years of experience in the development of a new range of 4WD tours.

    The full list of driving adventures featured in the brochure includes:

    • 16-day Canyon, Dunes & Falls, Africa
    • 15-day Peru Explorer
    • 21-day Complete Patagonia
    • 15-day Patagonia Fjords, Forests & Glaciers
    • 14-day Kyrgyzstan Discovered
    • 17-day Wild Mongolia
    • 13-day Backroads of Vietnam
    • 13-day Mystical Oman

    The Compass Expeditions reversible brochure format also highlights the company’s extensive range of motorcycle tours, providing further value to agents who are looking to offer unique and thrilling two-wheeled adventures.

    For the most immersive and unique off-road small-group touring options, be sure to check out the range of trips on offer in the Compass Expeditions brochure.

    The brochure is now available to view online as a PDF version from the Compass Expeditions website, or agents can email ETC on info@evolutiontc.com.au to request a hard copy.

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