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For decades, Abercrombie & Kent has been internationally recognized as a leader in luxury travel. The company was founded in 1962 as a safari operator in Nairobi, Kenya, and now offers trips to more than 100 countries on all seven continents.

Expert tour directors, knowledgeable local guides, upscale accommodations and comfortable transportation are standard on every tour. The company aims to provide memories of a lifetime, giving you privileged access and special insight to each place you visit. Group sizes for many A&K escorted trips are limited to just 18 participants (“Connections” journeys allow up to 24 guests).

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Abercrombie & Kent (To view the full itinerary, dates and prices, click "See prices.")
Vacation name Days Begins in Ends in Style Company Quality From
Family Australia 9 Sydney,
Australia
Port Douglas,
Australia
Escorted  A & K Deluxe See prices
Family Australia 2019 9 Sydney,
Australia
Cairns,
Australia
Escorted  A & K Deluxe See prices
Australia & New Zealand: The Lands Down Under 18 Melbourne,
Australia
Auckland,
New Zealand
Escorted  A & K Deluxe See prices
Australia & New Zealand: The Lands Down Under 2019 18 Melbourne,
Australia
Auckland,
New Zealand
Escorted  A & K Deluxe See prices