The best of both worlds

The best of both worlds

The best of both worlds

The best of both worlds

Whether you opt for an African safari, a journey through Rajasthan or along the Ancient Silk Road, or travel to Italy, solo travel is an uncommonly rewarding way to experience the world. That’s because solo travel gives you the time and space to reflect, to be inspired and take sensible risks in a far-flung environment.

Over the past few years luxury travel experts, Abercrombie & Kent, have welcomed an increasing number of solo travellers on its Luxury Expedition Cruises and Small Group Journeys, with guests travelling solo now representing over 15% of total bookings.

And it’s not hard to see why. The benefits of travelling with an A&K Small Group Journey or Luxury Expedition Cruise as a solo traveller are myriad. Apart from the benefit of guidance from local experts, who live in each destination of choice and offer the sort of insight only a resident can provide, it’s a chance to share the experience of exploring a particular destination with like-minded travellers who share common interests. That makes sparking conversation and getting to know others in an intimate group easier, while still leaving solo travellers time to themselves when they need it, ultimately impacting how they experience a destination overall.

The other great advantage as a solo guest, is that travellers can rest a little easier about safety and security, making their journey as seamless as possible no matter where their go.

For a limited time, A&K is waiving the single supplement for the first two solo travellers booked on a select range of A&K’s top selling Luxury Small Group Journeys for solo travellers include India (Taj Mahal & the Treasures of India), Morocco (Splendours of Morocco) and Egypt (Egypt & the Nile), while popular Limited Edition Small Group Journeys for solo travellers include Iran (Iran: A Journey Through Persia), Georgia and Armenia (Georgia & Armenia: Journey to the Caucasus) and Uzbekistan & Turkmenistan (Ancient Trade Routes of Central Asia), with Antarctica, South Africa, Jordan and Japan also trending as future destinations for solo travel.

For solo travellers thinking about taking the plunge on Small Group Travel, right now is the perfect time to book. For a limited time, A&K is waiving the single supplement for the first two solo travellers booked on a select range of its Limited Edition Small Group Journeys.

Solo travellers who act fast and book by 31 August 2019 can save up to $5,250* for 2020 departures on some of the most sought-after journeys including: Namibia Unearthed; A Journey through Persia; India: The Beautiful South; South Korea & Taiwan: Cultural Encounters; A Journey to the Heart of Europe; Argentina: Bold & Beautiful; Tribes & Traditions of Ethiopia; Sri Lanka: Secrets of the Spice Island; Sacred Lands: Northern India & Nepal; Ancient Trade Routes of Central Asia; Journey to the Caucasus; Turkey & Malta: Empires & Outposts; and Brazil: A Cultural Odyssey.

*Saving applies to Brazil: A Cultural Odyssey.

To book your A&K itinerary today or to enquire further please contact Abercrombie & Kent on 1300 590 317 or visit www.abercrombiekent.com.au

Abercrombie & Kent is the world’s leading luxury travel business.  Founded as a luxury safari company in Africa in 1962, A&K has grown into a respected international travel company employing over 3000 staff in more than 100 countries. A&K organises private, tailored and escorted travel to every corner of the globe and has a wholly owned portfolio of cruise boats, luxury lodges, tented camps, hotels, and all-terrain vehicles. As part of its global commitment, A&K Australia brings a wealth of expertise, experience and attention to detail to any travel arrangements. Whether travelling solo, as a couple, with a family or in an escorted group, A&K is expert in providing luxury, experiential and memorable travel experiences. Abercrombie & Kent. Inspiring Experiences.

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