Abercrombie & Kent are delighted to announce that Founder and Chairman Geoffrey Kent will be joined by his childhood friend, the renowned paleoanthropologist, activist and conservationist, Dr Richard Leakey at London’s prestigious Royal Geographical Society on 27th September 2016 for a special one-off event.


The two friends will share stories about their extraordinary lives and – with Dr Leakey as the current Chair of the Kenya Wildlife Service – discuss the ongoing challenges facing wildlife conservation in Africa today.

Tickets for this special, ‘one-night’ only event are £ 25.00 plus booking fees. Proceeds will support Friends of Conservation (FOC), formerly ‘Friends of the Masai Mara’ – a wildlife conservation charity co-founded by Geoffrey Kent, nearly thirty-five years ago.


FOC continues to work in the greater Mara region today, offering practical support to local people with anti-poaching, education, income generation and health programmes. To buy tickets online please go to : http://out-of-africa-the-kenya-boys.eventbrite.co.uk

As the Founder, Chairman and CEO of the Abercrombie & Kent Group of Companies, Geoffrey Kent brings a truly extraordinary lifetime of experience, innovation and genuine passion to the world’s most exclusive luxury adventure travel corporation.

Friends of Conservation is a wildlife conservation charity with a mission to protect endangered wildlife and conserve natural habitats which are at risk of disappearing.  They mainly operate in the ‘Greater Mara’ Ecosystem, Kenya, an area of some 4,000 square kilometres outside the renowned Masai Mara National Reserve – arguably one of the world’s greatest natural wonders.