Our Travel Blogs
Exploring new countries and getting underneath their skin helps build our knowledge of these destinations so we can share our experiences and insights with you, not only when discussing a potential journey but also through our blog entries. See below for the latest from our returning travellers...
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Reflections on Japan (Apr-14)
Vicky Agney and Debbie Rawnsley with their different perspectives on this mesmerising country. Read more
10 Cities, 10 Reasons (Apr-14)
Amelia McPherson rounds up our favourite cities, depending on your mood. Read more
Top Five Island Escapes (Apr-14)
For seclusion and tranquillity, a private island retreat could be just the ticket. Read more
A Match Made in Heaven (Apr-14)
John Berry and Lisa Kowalkowski on why Antigua and the BVI are the perfect combination. Read more
From deepest Antarctica to remote north Australia, our pick of 10 favourite voyages. Read more
A Traveller's Tale (Apr-14)
In February, Tony Talmage returned from a visit to Egypt with A&K and sent us this letter encouraging travellers back to the country. Read more
48 Hours in Colombo (Apr-14)
Jess Andrews reveals how to make the most of your time in Sri Lanka's seaside capital Read more
Big Five: Island Escapes (Feb-14)
If you’re seeking utter seclusion and tranquility, a private island could be just the ticket. Here, we choose five of the world’s most alluring island escapes. Read more
Trans-Siberian Dreams (Feb-14)
Claire Watkins recounts her epic adventure across Russia and Mongolia onboard the Trans-Siberian Express. Read more
Big Five: Spring Breaks (Jan-14)
With mild temperatures, blooming landscapes and incredible wildlife-veiwing, Spring is a wonderful time to travel. Read more
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The Higham Bingham, Orient Express Train was another highlight in both directions which included Lunch going over to Machu Piccu and Dinner on our return to Cusco..absolutely fantastic.
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Bwindi Community Hospital
Near Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Camp provides health care to rural communities living adjacent to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, among some of the poorest people in the world.
Spring escapes with Abercrombie & Kent
The notion of a peak season is usually a function of weather and school holidays, often meaning an increase in hotel rates and airfares. However, at A&K we are big fans of the so-called 'shoulder' season. Here are a few great reasons to get packing this Spring.