Abercrombie & Kent Introduces Private Plane Group Tour of China

Luxury tour operator Abercrombie & Kent introduced a new China tour package, Wings Over China featuring The Peninsula Hotels, that reduces travel time by replacing inter-city transportation with private flights. The exclusive tour, conducted in groups of no more than 18 guests, takes travelers to the country’s major highlights, including the Forbidden City, the Great Wall of China, the Terracotta Army and more.

All along the way, Abercrombie & Kent provides guests with exclusive experiences. At the Forbidden City, participants receive private access to a normally off-limits hall. At the Great Wall of China, guests sit down to a champagne brunch served on the Wall. An on-site specialist will be available to point out distinctive details of the Terracotta Army. Travelers will float down the Li River atop a bamboo raft.

In Shanghai, Abercrombie & Kent will offer three Design Your Day experiences for guests to choose from. The options include a guided tour of the city’s former Jewish Quarter, dating back to the 1800s; a visit to the Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Center; and a visit to The Peninsula Shanghai’s spa.

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Abercrombie & Kent is a luxury adventure travel company that offers travel to more than one hundred countries on all seven continents. The company specializes in unique, custom itineraries and small-group journeys.

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