Abercrombie & Kent has expanded its Wings Over the World portfolio with two new regional journeys in South America and India. Wings Over India combines highlights of Delhi, Jaipur, Agra and Varanasi; while Wings Over Argentina, Chile & Brazil explores diverse cultures across South America and the landscapes of Patagonia.
New journeys for 2020 include:
Wings Over Argentina, Chile & Brazil
Travelers can share a meal with a celebrated wine maker and set out on a full-day winery experience in Mendoza, including a variety of tastings and lunch with wine pairings. In Patagonia, A&K’s Design Your Day feature allows for guests to partake in horseback riding, hiking, biking and kayaking. Travelers will experience life at an estancia (ranch) outside of Buenos Aires and enjoy a traditional asado (barbecue) lunch. The journey continues to Iguazu Falls, where guests will see the fall from both the Argentinian and Brazilian sides. Limited to 11 guests.
Wings Over India
Guests will witness an aarti ceremony on the banks of the Ganges River in Varanasi and gain insight into life in rural Rajasthan as they explore a village and meet with locals outside Jaipur. They will also experience the Taj Mahal at both sunrise and sunset, visit the Sikh temple of Sri Bangla Sahib Gurudwara and the architecturally significant Humayun’s Tomb, and ride by rickshaw through bustling Chandni Chowk bazaar in Old Delhi. Travelers will stay at Oberoi hotels, including The Oberoi Rajvilas, Jaipur and The Oberoi, New Delhi. Limited to 17 guests.
With eight different adventures in 2020 and 2021, Wings Over the World journeys explore East and Southern Africa, Northern Europe, the Mediterranean, Spain and Morocco, South America, the Middle East and India. Each uses privately chartered air to reduce travel time, avoid layovers and expedite check-in and immigration procedures. Every Wings journey includes luxury accommodations that reflect the distinctive character of each destination. Meals a split between planned, group meals and unscheduled, which allow for travelers to explore on their own.