Wildlife Safari: 24 Days Around the World by Private Jet with Abercrombie & Kent

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Circle the Globe by Exclusively Chartered Private Jet
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Circle the globe by exclusively chartered private jet and experience the incredible diversity of Earth’s wildlife — arguably the true wonder of the world — from the noble Bengal tiger and placid whale shark to the endangered mountain gorilla and playful lemur. Travel in a small group of 48 guests on a customized jet equipped with fully lie-flat seats, staying in luxurious accommodations along the way and encountering iconic animals with the best experts at your side. Best of all, enjoy the unique insider access and authentic cultural encounters that are a hallmark of A&K’s journeys by private jet.



  • See the snow monkeys of Japan in their winter wonderland, and explore the dazzlingly illuminated Ginza district at night
  • Swim among whale sharks in the Philippines, and enjoy a private performance by a local children's choir
  • Observe the rare orangutan up close and experience an evening of culture and cuisine, created exclusively for you
  • Search for the Bengal tiger in its largest remaining wild habitat, along with other endemic species
  • Encounter the endangered mountain gorilla in the wild, and meet one of the veterinarians helping the species to survive
  • Meet Madagascar's playful primates, the lemurs, and enjoy a festive dinner on the beach, with local musicians providing accompaniment
  • Join seasoned wildlife guides to search for the most iconic animals on the planet, and visit a Massai village school supported by A&K Philanthropy


Jan 10

Seattle | A Warm Welcome

Arrive in Seattle and transfer to your accommodations at The Edgewater Hotel, where you meet your tour leadership team and fellow guests over cocktails and dinner.
Meals Included: Dinner
Accommodation: The Edgewater Hotel


Jan 11-14

Japan | The Snow Monkey

Set off on your private jet for Tokyo, Japan (crossing the International Dateline en route), and arrive to an evening dinner of sushi and sake. Travel to Joshinetsu Kogen National Park in Nagano and take a pleasant walk through the park to meet the Japanese macaque, commonly known as the snow monkey. Enjoy a special talk conducted by the director of the national park before heading to lunch. Dine at your choice of one of A&K’s hand-picked restaurants in Tokyo.

Design Your Day with a guided exploration of Tokyo, taking in the Meiji Jingu and Asakusa Kannon Temple, and visit a sumo stable. Alternately, stroll through a Japanese garden and then sit down to a tea ceremony in a traditional tea house, or learn the art of Japanese calligraphy from a master artist. In the afternoon, relax and enjoy a spa treatment, compliments of A&K, or shop alongside a personal shopper. Tonight, attend a celebratory dinner hosted by expert geisha.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: The Peninsula Tokyo


Jan 15-17

The Phillippines | Tarsiers & Whale Sharks

Celebrate your arrival in Cebu, the first Spanish settlement in the Philippines, during a beachfront Playa del Fuego cocktail reception and dinner. The next morning, set out via private helicopter for Tagbilaran City, Bohol. Visit the Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary at Corella for a chance to see one of the world’s smallest, and rarest, primates in its natural habitat. These shy creatures are difficult to keep in captivity and seeing them in person is a rare treat. Continue to the Chocolate Hills, a region famous for its undulating topography — here you have the opportunity to interact with local children as they perform traditional songs and dances. Enjoy a private recital by the renowned Loboc children’s choir.

Design Your Day the next day with your choice of activities. Swim with the majestic whale shark — the world’s largest fish, and despite its name, a placid and harmless creature — and observe this one-of-a-kind species up close; enjoy a leisurely 18 holes at a nearby golf course; or take your pick from the many activities offered by your resort. On your last evening here, take part in a local cultural feast featuring an array of traditional Filipino dishes and lively entertainment.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Shangri-La’s Mactan Resort and Spa, Cebu


Jan 18-19

Malaysia | Honey Bears & Orangutans

Board your private jet this morning for your flight to exotic Borneo. Proceed to the hotel and enjoy time at leisure before a celebratory evening that begins with a talk by one of the world’s foremost conservation activists, and concludes with a Malaysian food fair, featuring demonstrations from five of the unique ethnic groups that make Borneo their home. The next morning, set out on an excursion to the wildlife sanctuaries of Sepilok. Visit the Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre for a lecture followed by a stroll on the boardwalk in search of the sun bear, also known as the honey bear for its voracious appetite for honeycombs and honey. There are 44 rescued bears at the centre, thriving within a natural environment while being prepared to re-enter the wild.

Continue to the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre, one of the best places to observe this critically endangered primate, and enjoy a behind-the-scenes opportunity to observe young orangutans as they are conditioned to return to the jungle. Return to your hotel to freshen up before tonight’s exclusive visit to the Agnes Keith House and dinner at the colonial-style English Tea House and Restaurant.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Four Points by Sheraton Sandakan


Jan 20-23

India | The Elusive Bengal Tiger

Arrive in Jaipur, India’s fabled “PinkCity,” where you are greeted with a traditional maharajah’s welcome. This evening, enjoy a village-themed dinner on the lawns of Rambagh Palace. The next day, drive to Ranthambore National Park, where you and your expert trackers search for the greatest of all the great cats, the Bengal tiger, so endangered that there are more specimens in captivity in the United States than remain in the wild. Spanning about 250 square miles, the forests of Ranthambore were once the private hunting grounds of the maharajahs of Jaipur, and their desire to preserve game in these forests is partially responsible for making Ranthambore the finest habitat in the world to see wild tigers.

Explore on morning and afternoon jungle drives, watching for these magnificent predators as well as the numerous other species that call the park home, including the wild boar, deer, antelope and sloth bear. Mughal ruins, palaces and tombs also dot the tree-clad hills. Gather for dinner in the Mango Orchard, an intimate natural space hung with lanterns and suffused with the scent of blossoming mango trees. Design Your Day the next day with a choice of a cultural encounter at a local village; a visit to historic Ranthambore Fort; a lesson in Indian cuisine; or a relaxing spa afternoon. Enjoy a farewell feast at a torch lit, open-air amphitheatre.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Rambagh Palace / The Oberoi Vanyavilas, Ranthambore / Aman-i-Khas, Ranthambore


Jan 24-25

Madagascar | Land of the Lemurs

Your next stop is Madagascar, where life proceeds at a slower pace and hospitable Malagasies welcome you with serene smiles. Arrive on the island of Nosy Be — known as “the Perfumed Island” for the fragrant ylang-ylang that grows everywhere — and receive a festive local welcome. Take an excursion to the Nosy Antsoha Reserve for an encounter with Madagascar’s endemic primates, the lemurs. These curious creatures are a mesmerizing sight as they forage, play and interact with each other. Pause for refreshments on the beach, or, if you wish, take a dip in the crystal-clear waters before heading to lunch. Sip cocktails and enjoy a festive dinner on the beach featuring an unforgettable seafood selection accompanied by local musicians.

Return to Nosy Be’s airport the next day and re-joinyour private jet for the next stage of your wildlife adventure.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Ravintsara Wellness Hotel


Jan 26-28

Rwanda | Gorillas & Golden Monkeys

Arrive at Rwanda’s Kigali International Airport and continue to Musanze, your gateway to Volcanoes National Park, where you set out on your once-in-a lifetime chance to encounter the mountain gorillas of the Parc Nationale des Volcanes, part of a worldwide population of just 600 individuals. This is one of the world’s truly memorable experiences — a look into these magnificent creatures’ eyes brings home the bond that exists between them and us. It also brings home the poignant fact that they are on the edge of extinction, and that your presence here contributes to their continued survival. Design Your Day with a choice of a cultural demonstration by the local Iby’iwacu people or a visit to a local market. Learn the ins and outs of gorilla conservation at a talk with a Gorilla Doctor.

Another Design Your Day opportunity offers a tempting array of choices: a trek to spot the jungle’s resident golden monkeys; a hike to Mount Bisoke; a visit to the research centre established by Dian Fossey in 1967; or a massage at the camp compliments of A&K.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: One&Only Gorilla’s Nest / Singita Kwitonda Lodge


Jan 29-31

Kenya | The Big Five

Arrive in Nairobi and board your private charter flight to the Masai Mara, where a party of tribal dancers is on hand to welcome you when you touch down. Spend two days observing the amazing variety of wildlife that populates the Masai Mara, including the iconic Big Five: lions, elephants, leopards, rhinos and Cape buffalo. Explore on game drives, a guided bush walk and even an early-morning balloon safari complete with breakfast served in the bush. Retire to your luxurious lodge at the end of each day, reliving the day’s adventures over a gourmet dinner. You also have the opportunity to visit a Maasai village, where you meet the nomadic herders who have acted as stewards of this land for hundreds of years. A visit to a local school provides a glimpse of how A&K Philanthropy is working to make lives better in the Mara. Your last evening includes an informal talk from a wildlife conservation expert.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Angama Mara


Feb 1

Boston, Massachusetts | A Fond Farewell

This evening, arrive in Boston and transfer to Four Seasons Hotel Boston. Bid farewell to your crew and fellow guests and then settle in for a relaxing evening in the heart of this historic city.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Four Seasons Boston


Feb 2

Depart Boston

Today you are transferred to the airport to board your departure flight.
Meals Included: Breakfast



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Rambagh Palace, Jaipur

Newly honoured amongst ‘The Best Hotels in the World’ in the Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards 2019 UK and USA and #2 in the Top 15 Hotels in India category, the stately Rambagh Palace is spread over 47 acres of tranquil, landscaped gardens. Once a royal hunting lodge for the Maharajah of Jaipur, this sophisticated palace resort exudes regal elegance – from its antique chandeliers to the peacocks on the lawn. Rich textures, opulent furnishings and exquisite objets d’art abound, whilst the expansive, ornamental gardens are arranged in brilliant symmetry. Rooms boast opulent interiors, hand painted motifs on the walls, regal four-poster beds, walk-in wardrobes and luxurious bathrooms. The atmospheric Polo Bar serves up signature cocktails inspired by the royal sport while fine dining in Suvarna Mahal is an unforgettable experience. Signature treatments at the Jiva Spa await and there are two swimming pools to choose from.


Aman-i-Khas, Ranthambore

Surrounded by the starkly beautiful Aravalli Hills, Aman-i-Khas provides access to the wildlife of Ranthambore National Park. Guests can also explore the region’s ancient forts and colourful rural villages nearby.

The camp features 10 luxury tents, each set on a raised concrete plinth. They echo the rich Moghul travelling tents of bygone days with ‘rooms’ separated by cotton drapes. Constructed of canvas and supported by a steel frame, with interior walls and ceilings draped in fine cotton, each tent measures 108m². Entry is through a screened area that contains an armchair, dining table and chairs. There is also room to sit outside on the concrete deck. The centre of the tent, with its soaring six-metre canopy, features an oversized daybed ideal for lounging.

Opening out from the central area are three sections for sleeping, bathing and dressing. The bedroom area is fitted with a king-size bed flanked by twin writing desks. The bathing area includes a shower, soaking tub and separate toilet, whilst the dressing area contains cupboards with closet space and twin vanities.


The Oberoi Vanyavilas, Ranthambore National Park

Nestled in a picture-perfect setting with a dramatic watercourse and sun-kissed private decks, The Oberoi Vanyavilas is India’s leading luxury jungle resort. This is the perfect base from which to explore the territory of the majestic tiger, which is most commonly sighted during the months of May and June.

The luxury tents with finely embroidered canopies, luxurious bathrooms and private walled gardens are in perfect contrast to the ruggedness of the jungle. All tents, each 73-square-metres, have private sitting areas and outside decks for sunbathing. They feature king size four-poster beds, freestanding roll-top baths and separate showers. All have wooden floors and embroidered interior canopies and are furnished in regal style.


Singita Kwitonda Lodge, Parc National des Volcans

Set in Rwanda’s northwestern reaches, right on the edge of Volcanoes National Park, Singita Kwitonda Lodge’s unparalleled position puts life-changing gorilla-trekking experiences within easy reach.

Each of the lodge’s eight luxurious suites features a private heated plunge pool, in-and outdoor fireplaces and large timber-framed windows that welcome the breathtaking scenery and volcano views inside. Elements such as woven ceilings and hand-fired terracotta brickwork crafted by local artisans highlight the authentic East African appeal of this remarkable lodge. Guests can also choose to relax with in-room wellness treatments available.

A central hub with beautiful indoor and outdoor living spaces serves as the heart of Singita Kwitonda Lodge. This space exudes relaxation, with lounges, dining areas, an outdoor fire pit, an interactive kitchen, bar deli and a wine cellar for guests to enjoy.

Kwitonda’s farm-to-table food journey celebrates Rwandese cuisine and fresh produce from the on-site garden, while the Akarabo Nursery is a fundamental part of Singita’s ambitious undertaking to contribute to the long-term conservation of endangered mountain gorillas by increasing their habitat through reforestation.


Angama Mara, Masai Mara

Angama Mara is set across three kopjes in the Rift Valley, overlooking the Mara below. The tented suites are strung out across two of the kopjes, but third remains untouched: this is the very site where the loveliest scenes from the Oscar-winning film Out of Africa were filmed, such as horse-riding and the famous picnic scene. It’s no wonder, as the area is one of the most beautiful – not to mention unspoilt – areas of Kenya. While tented camps in the Mara are the norm, what defines Angama is certainly its exceptional location: every tented suite shares panoramic view of the Mara below, with almost ring-side seats for the Great Migration which runs from July to October each year. The site is split into two camps of 15 tents each, meaning it feels intimate and relaxed, and totally uncrowded. There are two sets of interconnected guest suites in each of the two camps, so families needn’t miss out on the views (children of all ages are welcome).

The tents themselves seem to hang off the escarpment, maximising those priceless views. The interiors are minimalistic and contemporary to focus the attention on the views, with end to end glass frontages, sweeping canvas, polished parquet and just the right amount of furniture from which to enjoy looking down onto the Mara. At the Pavilion, the centre of the two camps, you’ll find a fitness centre, a swimming pool, an art gallery with pieces available for purchase and a sun-filled studio where Maasai women bead bespoke items for sale. Activities on offer include safaris into the Mara Triangle, walking safaris on the escarpment, in room massage, hot air balloon safari and community visits.

The focus at Angama (after the view) is on service, service, service. Angama’s staff village has been built from scratch with the same attention to details as the guest accommodation, fulfilling the ethos that happy staff create a happy environment. The staff village includes a community-owned shop and clinic.


Four Seasons Boston

The Four Seasons Boston is characterised by elegant simplicity and a warm New England welcome. The hotel boasts a fantastic location and is close to almost all the major attractions of Boston. You can easily wander this Historical city on foot.


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