This is the third and final post in video contributor Kelley Ferro’s three-part video series on the Philippines. Part one is here, and part two is here.
When I travel, I want my days to be active and full of experience, but I don’t mind my evenings to include fabulous hotels and unforgettable dining. Luxuries while you travel can affect your whole trip. Abercrombie & Kent prioritizes top quality in all aspects of their itineraries, so much so that they send someone to personally review each hotel, restaurant, activity, transfer, and every other detail.

As the Modern Day Explorer, see how Louise goes to great lengths to vet the best of the best for A&K.

For more:

Part 1

part 2.


For more on the Philippines with Abercrombie & Kent, visit abercrombiekent.com.

Peace in Boracay (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Peace in Boracay (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Cool drinks to cool down (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Cool drinks to cool down (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Relaxation in Cebu (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Relaxation in Cebu (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Bottle service in Boracay (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Bottle service in Boracay (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Luxurious living (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Luxurious living (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Amazing views in Boracay (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Amazing views in Boracay (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Kelley Ferro
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