Abercrombie & Kent

The Robb Reader: Joss Kent

A conversation with the world explorer and conservationist.  Born into a legendary safari family in Kenya, Joss Kent knows well the world of adventure. After rising through the ranks of his father Geoffrey’s tour company, Abercrombie & Kent, he left the family business in 2012 to become the CEO of andBeyond, an experiential travel company […]

Ready, Jet Set, Go

Abercrombie & Kent’s global journey touches down to one surprise after another.  In a lean-to standing just feet from the banks of the Karawari River in the Papua New Guinea jungle, a woman lay on her back on a platform, with her young niece face down on top of her and their extended family crowded around. […]

FrontRunners: Flights of Fancy

Abercrombie & Kent has teamed with the private-air travel provider Flexjet to launch Passport to the World (www.abercrombiekent.com), a 16-day around-the-globe tour aboard a Challenger 605 aircraft. Announced in October and priced from $1.5 million for as many as eight travelers, the trip includes exclusive experiences such as a private meal at the top of […]

Abercrombie & Kent Trips for Car Enthusiasts

Throughout Windsor Castle’s almost 1,000-year history, a public event has never been allowed inside the royal palace’s walls—until now. The first-ever Windsor Castle Concours of Elegance, from September 7 to 9, will showcase 60 rare motorcycles, cars, and horse-drawn carriages including a 1930 Bugatti Type 41 Royale Kellner Coupe, a 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO, and […]

Explore Antarctica in Grand Style

In celebration of its 20th anniversary touring Antarctica, Abercrombie & Kent created three extraordinary Antarctic journeys aboard the newly unveiled expedition ship MV Le Boreal. The expansive luxury liner, equipped with stylish, spacious staterooms, many with private terraces, will be limited to 199 passengers. A team of naturalists, geologists, historians, and ornithologists will join each […]

Travel: Flight of Fancy

Shortly after takeoff, on a demonstration flight for travel agents and a handful of writers, the passenger cabin filled with a customary sound of first-class travel: the voices of flight attendants proffering hors d’oeuvres and cocktails as they moved through the aisle. This was about the time when normally I would open a book, switch […]

Access Egypt

On a cloudless March morning in Egypt, several hundred men and women mill about the dusty Giza Plateau, oohing and aahing and craning their necks to take in the vastness of the shape that looms over them. A polyglot babble rises from the guides as they lead the way around the 3,000-foot perimeter of the […]

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