Launch a series of private journeys aimed at domestic corporate travelers

Luxury tour operator, Abercrombie & Kent Vietnam, has launched a series of private journeys aimed at domestic corporate travelers.

The series includes corporate team building and incentive tours for groups of 10 people or more with special rates for Vietnam residents.
 
Each tour includes hotels, private guides, vehicles and access to personalized meeting and event services, making travel planning simple and easy from start to finish. The company also offers custom day tours with private guides in Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, Hue and Hoi An.
 
“We are excited to launch our series of domestic tour programs aimed at small groups and corporate team building”, says A&K Vietnam country manager, Miles Gravett. “This is a great opportunity for companies to reward their teams, especially with the challenges they have faced over the last few months. Our private guides offer in-depth knowledge about each destination so that travelers can experience Vietnam in a new way.”
 
Abercrombie & Kent’s new multi-day programs highlight the country’s most engaging travel for corporate group travelers.
 
Once international borders reopen within Asia, Abercrombie & Kent will offer regional tours with special Vietnam Resident Rates for travel to Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar.
 
Abercrombie & Kent Vietnam is part of Abercrombie & Kent Southeast Asia, a destination management company with over 30 years of expertise in luxury tour operations across Southeast Asia, including Thailand, Myanmar, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Indonesia.
 

Posted at 2020 Aug 19 14:03

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