Abercrombie & Kent Offers African Adventure Via Private Jet

By Paul Joseph

Luxury vacation specialists Abercrombie & Kent are to reintroduce their program offering travellers the chance to embark on thrilling African safaris via private jet.

For $79,995 per person, a total of 40 guests will board a private chartered jet and visit 7 countries in 19 days across the vast continent.

Included in the trip will be the chance to marvel at the Great Migration in Tanzania’s Serengeti national park, accompanied by Geoffrey Kent, founder and chairman of Abercrombie & Kent, who will personally host the group during a three-night safari experience.

Travellers will also get to explore rare mountain gorillas in Uganda, and experience Zambia’s extraordinary beauty from a private tree house on the Zambezi River at Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma camp.

The package also includes a “flight of the angels” helicopter tour over the iconic Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River, and a visit to the 700-foot dunes along Namibia’s Skeleton Coast.

Abercrombie & Kent was founded in 1962.

By Paul Joseph