Explore with Like-Minded Guests on a Small-Group Journey
Simply the Best Way to Travel®
Travel nearly anywhere you want in the world on an A&K small-group journey, all of which offer the same great benefits to make for the most extraordinary luxury vacations: the leadership of a Resident Tour Director®, who guides the journey from start to finish with help from specialist local guides; unparalleled insider-access experiences, courtesy of our longstanding local connections; and the support of our network of over 55 offices in more than 30 countries. With itineraries on six continents and luxury vacations ranging from family adventures and our signature Luxury Small Group Journeys to Wings Over the World and Inspiring Expeditions by Geoffrey Kent ®, A&K’s small-group journeys offer something for everyone.
The finest small-group travel experience, with a maximum group size 18 guests
Luxury Small Group Journeys are led by an A&K Resident Tour Director® and feature our exclusive insider-access moments, along with the hospitality of the world's finest luxury hotels and luxury amenities.
Boutique-style group travel with a maximum group size of 24 guests
Connections Boutique Group Journeys reveal a destination as locals know it and feature an A&K Resident Tour Director leading every departure, along with expert-selected boutique accommodations and authentic local interactions.
Inspiring adventures for all ages, with a maximum group size of 24 guests
Luxury Family Journeys provide the fun and convenience that travelling families need, with departures timed with school breaks and itineraries packed with opportunities to interact with your destination through local encounters and activities for all ages.
In-depth explorations of far-flung destinations for the modern explorer
From around-the-world adventures by private jet to in-depth explorations of far-flung destinations by helicopter, yacht, snowmobile and hot air balloon you'll experience the utmost in authentic adventure, personally designed and accompanied by A&K Founder and Co-Chairman Geoffrey Kent.