Geoffrey Kent Honored With Lifetime Achievement Award

Geoffrey Kent Honored With Lifetime Achievement Award

A&K Founder, Chairman and CEO Geoffrey Kent has inspired travellers the world over with his globetrotting adventures, adventures that set the tone for Abercrombie & Kent’s incomparable luxury journeys, which elevate “experiential travel” to a singular level. For that, he received a Lifetime Achievement Award — the highest accolade in the in the United States’ travel and tourism industry — at a gala event attend attended by hundreds of travel agents, who have been important partners in building A&K’s business.

The award pays tribute to individuals whose efforts have led to extraordinary results within an organization, and to those who have made significant contributions to the industry as a whole.

Geoffrey Kent was recognized for being a pioneer in bringing the same sense of adventure found on safari to destinations around the world.

Abercrombie & Kent was voted “best of the best” in two categories: Tour Operator, Luxury and Tour Operator, Africa … for the 11th consecutive year.

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Explained: Iguazu Falls

Explained: Iguazu Falls

Travel to Argentina might be said to begin and end around Iguazu Falls, set within the backdrop of Argentina’s Iguazu National Park. Its sister park Iguaçu in Brazil offers no less alluring views. As it swirls its way along the border of the two countries, the Iguazu River drops nearly 263 feet to create the plummeting chasm. Both sides of the falls are stunning, each offering its own, entirely different panorama. With A&K Latin America travel, you can see both vantage points in all their glory.

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Africa: Across a Continent by Private Jet: February 2015

Africa: Across a Continent by Private Jet: February 2015

February 20 – March 10, 2015

In Africa, We Left Only Footprints and Took Only Photographs — Lots of Them

What’s it like spend nearly three weeks exploring an entire continent? Guests on Africa: Across a Continent flew from one end of Africa to the other. They came up-close to endangered mountain gorillas, found themselves in the heart of the Great Migration, soared over Victoria Falls and saw every animal from the tiny rhino beetle to some surprisingly friendly elephants. Take a look at a few of the more remarkable sights from this journey.
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