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Africa Adventure Consultants President Kent Redding Selected Best Travel Advisor by T+L

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Kent profile photoDenver, CO – Africa Adventure Consultants announced that President Kent Redding has been named to the Travel + Leisure 2015 A-List, its annual editors’ choice of the best travel advisors in the business.

This is the second consecutive year Redding has been named to the A-List, and he is one of only 23 Africa specialists to be included. According to Travel + Leisure, its fourteenth annual A-List showcases the best specialists in the business—the people who have firsthand knowledge of destinations on the rise, can get you into sold-out hotels, and provide the best insider travel tips.

Travel + Leisure editors evaluated hundreds of travel advisors and picked their favorites for the 14th annual A-List of Top Travel Specialists. The exclusive list is organized by area of expertise and provides details including their specialties, years as an agent, and contact information. The agents will be featured in the September issue of Travel + Leisure, available on newsstands and online now.

“I’m honored to be named again to Travel + Leisure’s A-List, especially because of the important role the brand plays in promoting travel and helping consumers make good travel choices,” said Redding.

Since 2001, Redding has co-owned Africa Adventure Consultants, an award-winning tour operator specializing in customized luxury and adventure safaris to top destinations in East and Southern Africa, including Tanzania, Botswana, South Africa and 10 other countries. Prior to founding Africa Adventure Consultants, Redding was a safari guide and camp manager in Tanzania.

Redding enjoys working with well-traveled clients to help them design their dream safaris, whether they are looking for traditional photo safaris, active adventures, family adventures, honeymoons or cultural expeditions. He particularly enjoys helping multi-generational families (with grandparents, parents and kids) plan their African adventures.

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