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The Pioneers of Luxury Travel
Abercrombie & Kent pioneered the luxury adventure more than 50 years ago. Today we are the world’s undisputed luxury-travel leader, offering an award-winning combination of exclusivity, comfort and authenticity on all seven continents.
The Best Guides
Our experienced, handpicked guides reveal a local's daily life, informed by decades — if not a lifetime — of firsthand experience.
An Exceptional Network
A&K experts in over 55 offices and more than 30 countries manage every aspect of your journey with seamless, 24/7 support.
Authentic Insider Access
Our robust local connections take you beyond the guidebook and behind the scenes, and in to the heart of authentic experiences as no other travel company can.
Ways to Travel with A&K
Embark on a New 2022 Voyage
Discover newly available Luxury Expedition Cruises offering immersive adventures with A&K’s famed Expedition Team.
Cruise through the rarely-transited Northwest Passage, embarking on an epic expedition from western Greenland to the Canadian Arctic to the Bering Sea and Nome, Alaska.
Back by popular demand, cruise nearly the entire navigable coast of Italy with adventures in Rome, Venice, Sicily, Puglia, Urbino and Bastia on French Corsica.
Journey to the South Pole on a 2022 Inspiring Expedition
Emperors & South Pole: An Inspiring Expedition by Geoffrey Kent (Dec 11-22, 2022)
Follow in the footsteps of legendary adventurers on this encore expedition to the South Pole, travelling in a style that the early polar explorers could have only dreamed of. Geoffrey Kent, who travelled on the inaugural departure in December 2018, is on hand to welcome you in Cape Town and see you off on your departure to Antarctica. From there, fly with Otavia Kent across the Southern Ocean to your luxury wilderness camp, your home base for your days of discovery in the Antarctic. This expert-led, 12-day adventure takes you into the heart of the White Continent to meet emperor penguins, walk a natural ice tunnel and stand at the lowest point on earth — the South Pole, where only a very few are privileged to go.