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Secret Compass expeditions and adventures are ground costs only. All teammates and adventurers are responsible for their own international flights or travel to the specified start and end points.

For expedition’s ‘The Plan’ section outlines flight requirements, with further information provided in its Handbook.

About our flight partners

To help get you great deals on flights, Secret Compass has joined forces with a specialist division of Flight Centre, called StudentUniverse. Do not be put off by the name adventurers: you do not need to be a student to avail yourself of their great offers. Due to its size and Flight Centre support, StudentUniverse negotiates unique pricing and terms with more than 75 top global airlines and world-class travel partners.

Why book with them

Their dedicated Secret Compass team knows all about the requirements for our expeditions and adventures and will recommend the best deals, tickets and flight routings. Ask them anything online, on the phone or in person and they’ll steer you in the right direction. Alongside their useful advice, they offer:

  • Great value: receive the best value airfare for your requirements.
  • Global power: as a specialist division of the Flight Centre Travel Group you’ll benefit from their global buying power, saving you money and offering increased security.
  • Service and support: if things don’t quite go to plan or something needs to change at the last minute, they’re on hand with a worldwide 24hr emergency assistance line.

Submit a no-obligation flight quote today

To contact their dedicated Secret Compass team, submit your flight enquiry online today or call them direct on 0333 333 9203.

Flight arrival times for expeditions

When seeking a flight quote prior to applying for an expedition (perhaps to give yourself a full idea of the expedition’s total costs), consult ‘The Plan’ tab on the expedition information online. It clarifies when you need to be in country and when you can plan to fly out again at the end of the expedition. If you have already received your expedition’s Handbook, its ‘To do’ section also outlines flight requirements, with the ‘Itinerary’ tab offering additional detail about the first and last day of the expedition.

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