Solos save 50% off single supplement with A&K
Taj Mahal, India

Solos save 50% off single supplement with A&K

DOWNERS GROVE — There’s nothing to fear about solo travel, says Abercrombie & Kent, whose small group escorted itineraries and newly launched savings are giving solos that extra nudge to travel on their own.

“Small group escorted travel is especially appealing for solo travellers,” said Keith Baron, President of Abercrombie & Kent USA. “It’s a chance to explore an iconic destination like India, China or Peru alongside expert local guides who bridge the language and cultural differences, as well as sharing the enjoyment of discovery with other travellers.”

And coupled with the company’s just-announced solo savings, which include 50% on the single supplement on select departures in 2019, there’s no better time for solos to book a trip.

Solo savings are available on 35 small group journeys, including:

  • Taj Mahal & Treasures of India: This 14-day adventure, priced from US$9,495 + $2,198 sing supplement (was $4,395), visits the Taj Mahal at sunrise and sunset, stays in royal palaces-turned-luxury hotels, and allows guests to seek the Bengal tiger on safari and witness a holy rite besides the Ganges.
  • Across China: Tibet & the Yangtze: On this 17-day itinerary, clients will enjoy a visit to the Great Wall, a private tour of the Terra Cota Warriors, and a cruise on the Yangtze River alongside expert guides. This journey is priced from $8,495 + $1,448 single supplement (was $2,895).
  • South Africa & Victoria Falls: Priced from $8,495 + $1,448 single supplement (was $2,895), this nine-day journey travels from Cape Town to Victoria Falls, and includes an authentic bush safari and sundowners each night.
  • Peru: Machu Picchu & the Sacred Valley: This eight-day adventure, priced from $6,395 + $1,248 single supplement (was $2,495), includes a private lecture on Machu Picchu with a renowned scholar and a visit to a remote village in the Sacred Valley.
  • Connections Iceland: Geysers & Glaciers: Priced from $10,495 + $1,248 single supplement (was $2,495), this 10-day adventure goes beyond the tourist route and allows clients to drive on Europe’s second-largest glacier before descending into man-made ice tunnels and swimming in a thermal swimming pool.
  • Connections Sicily, Puglia & the Amalfi Coast: Clients can discover Southern Italy on this 11-day trip, priced from $6,995 + $1,198 single supplement (was $2,395). Highlights include the mountain-carved city of Matera, the remote Calabria and the sun-soaked island of Capri.
  • Cruising the Mekong: Siam, Saigon & Angkor Wat: This 12-day itinerary, priced from $8,295 + 448 single supplement (was $895) allows clients to interact with local villagers, meet monks in pagodas, and visit families in their homes to learn about local life.

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