Geoffrey Kent, the founder of luxury travel company Abercombie & Kent has designed the most expensive holiday which would be available to only fifty guests. Priced at $100,000 it is a round the world jaunt that will take you practically every interesting destination right from the remote Easter Island to the glamour playground of Monte Carlo. The guests will be travelling by private jet and Geoffrey Kent will be personally with them through the tour to ensure that his guests have the best travel experience ever. Abercombie & Kent had earlier organized a similar tour of Africa and a tour of Antarctica on its 50th anniversary. The travel company with its long experience also offers airport consierge service. They have devised packages that make solo travel more attractive. They have custom designed romantic honeymoons and anniversary celebrations.
The 26 Day Tour Will be Conducted in Comfort and Style
The most expensive holiday will last for 26 days. The tour that begins in Miami will cover nine countries with the guests flying on a Boeing 757 with only Business Class seats and an on-board lounge and a well stocked bar. The exclusive itinerary includes some of the favorite destinations of Mr. Kent and some of the destinations he hasn’t visited ever in his long career. For a standard package it is near impossible to combine all of these destinations. This special package will not only make it possible but do it in comfort and style.
Guests Will be Looked After by a Tour Director
The highlights of the tour are many including a cruise on the Amazon River, a tropical break in Samoa, an audience with the Huli Wigmen in Papua New Guinea, a temple ceremony in Bali and a visit to Komodo National Park to see the prehistoric Komodo dragon. The guests will be looked after by a Tour Director and will be served by a travelling Bell Boy. The guest will stay in historic hotels such as Amangalla in Sri Lanka, on small boats like Aqua and Aria in the Amazon and in lavish resorts such as Four Seasons Jimbaran Bay in Bali and also have the opportunity to dine with British and American diplomats at Galle Fort in Sri Lanka. The tour starts in October this year.