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Abercrombie & Kent has announced a new slate of Wings Over the World private air journeys offering charter flights between destinations in Indochina, India and China.
The trips fly on an exclusively chartered Gulfstream plane with a dedicated flight crew and groups of no more than 14-16 guests. Here are the three itineraries:
Wings Over Indochina (November 7-22, 2016) visits seven cities in Southeast Asia. Notable attractions include exploring the Buddhist temples of Luang Prabang and a private lecture by a UNESCO specialist, an overnight cruise in Ha Long Bay, a trip into the Cu Chi Tunnels and a visit to Ho Chi Minh City. Guests will also be able to cycle through Hanoi and explore Siem Reap by boat, as well as spend three days in Angkor Wat. Limited to no more than 14 guests. 16 days from $29,995
Wings Over India (December 5-19, 2016) stops at eight cities in India, with visits to the Taj Lake Palace, Rambagh Palace, Taj Mahal at sunrise and sunset and Panna National Park. There will also be a private sunset boat cruise on Lake Pichola in Udaipur, a rickshaw ride through Old Dehli and a trip to Varanasi on the Ganges. Limited to no more than 16 guests. 15 days from $28,995
Wings Over China (April 20-May 1, 2017) explores five cities in China, from Beijing to Shanghai. Guests will also view Xian’s Terra Cotta Warriors with an on-site archaeologist, enjoy bamboo rafting and visit the Reed Flute Cave in Guillin, explore the floating villages of Hong Kong and take in a Scenic Sundowner. Limited to no more than 15 guests. 12 days from $27,995