Kensington Tours Expands its Resort Collection to Include The Indian Ocean and The Bahamas
Following its fall 2020 launch, Kensington Tours has expanded its Resort Collection to be a fully global offering, with new itineraries in the Maldives, Mauritius, and the Seychelles in the Indian Ocean, as well as in the Bahamas.
The Resort Collection is designed to combine some of the world’s most well-known resort destinations with personalized local experiences that allow travellers to explore more of the destination.
“We're so thrilled to make The Resort Collection a truly global offering,” said Helen Giontsis, President of Kensington Tours.
“With the addition of the Bahamas, the Maldives, Mauritius and the Seychelles, travelers now have even more extraordinary ways to enjoy a world-class island or beach escape in combination with the authentic local best of their destination. It’s a magical pairing that no other travel company can do. It’s what resort life should be.”
New global luxury resorts include:
The Bahamas: Caerula Mar Club Resort, The Ocean Club
The Maldives: Velaa Private Island, Nautilus, One&Only Reethi Ra
Mauritius: Oberoi Beach Resort, One&Only Le Saint Geran
The Seychelles: Mahe, Anantara Maias
Combined with these resorts are personalized local experiences that are relevant to each client’s interests or passions. Activities include:
Snorkelling the reefs of the Baa Atoll, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, with a private guide.
A romantic private dinner on the beach at Fregate Private Island.
Seeing Nassau up close through James Bond’s eyes with a private guide, while staying at the same resort as Bond in Casino Royale.
Having a private guide introduce you to talented Mauritian artists who work in media as diverse as ceramics, sugarcane leaves, bamboo and coconut.
Agents can earn up to $400 in prepaid VISA gift cards on each of their first five Resort Collection bookings (paid out after initial deposit), made before 28FEB, 2021 for travel scheduled through to the end of 2021.
Additionally, when booking before 28FEB, 2021, travellers may postpone their trip or cancel it for a 100% future travel credit. Click here for more details.