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Rovos Rail

Rovos Rail | African Safaris with Taga

Take a trip on the most luxurious train in the world, Rovos Rail

Rovos Rail | African Safaris with Taga
Rovos Rail | African Safaris with Taga
Rovos Rail | African Safaris with Taga
Rovos Rail | African Safaris with Taga
Rovos Rail | African Safaris with Taga
Rovos Rail | African Safaris with Taga
Rovos Rail | African Safaris with Taga
Rovos Rail | African Safaris with Taga
Rovos Rail | African Safaris with Taga
Rovos Rail | African Safaris with Taga

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*Note: Prices quoted are per person sharing.

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Overview

Travel to South Africa and take a trip on the most luxurious train in the world, Rovos Rail. Your romantic vacation through the heart of Southern Africa will begin or end at the headquarters of this private railway company, Capital Park Station and Locomotive Yard situated outside Pretoria. Rovos offers two beautifully rebuilt Classic trains, each carrying a maximum of 72 passengers who are accommodated in the most spacious and luxurious train suites in the world. The use of traditional furnishings and period décor ensure an atmosphere of elegance and grandeur in the Dining, Lounge and Observation cars.

Since its establishment in 1989, Rovos Rail has earned an international reputation for its truly world class travel experiences. Step aboard the wood panelled coaches – classics remodelled and refurbished to mint condition – and enjoy fine cuisine in five-star luxury as some of the most varied scenery imaginable unfolds beyond the windows. Recapture the romance and atmosphere of a bygone era, when privileged travellers experienced the magic and mystery of Africa in a relaxed and elegant fashion.

The trains – which may be hauled by steam, diesel or electric locomotives at various stages of the journey – carry a maximum of 72 passengers in 36 superbly appointed suites. Pride of place in the Rovos Rail stable goes to the historic and newly rebuilt Capital Park Station and locomotive yard, which is the heart and new headquarters of Rovos Rail.

The Coaches

Rovos Rail operates two classic 20-coach, 72 berth trains as well as a third 13-coach, 42-berth Edwardian train which is available year round for charter. Each one of these carriages, from kitchen cars to sleeper coaches and guards vans, has its own story. A few dating back to 1911 were constructed in Europe and shipped to South Africa in the first half of the last century. Some carriages have carried royalty, while others have ended up serving as restaurants or lying derelict and forgotten on sidings for decades. These coaches have been collected from the far corners of the country and are now cherished members of the Rovos Rail fleet of 75 carriages.

The coaches have been painstakingly rebuilt and the use fine wood panelling, traditional furnishings and period décor has ensured an atmosphere of elegance and grandeur. Exquisite pillared dining cars are a signature of the Rovos Rail trains. Each one has a proud history and has been meticulously restored from a derelict state. For example Dining Car No 195 ‘ Shangani ‘, which was built in 1924, was found parked in a siding in Alberton near Johannesburg before its acquisition by Rohan Vos in 1986. Three of the magnificent teak pillars had been removed and these were faithfully crafted, restoring the Victorian atmosphere.

Each of the trains has two 42-seater dining cars to accommodate the maximum complement of 72 passengers in total comfort at one sitting. Rovos Rail has a non-smoking Observation Car at the rear of the train, while the coach next to it contains a small smoking lounge. A unique feature of the Observation Cars is the enlarged windows and open-air balconies. At the centre of the train we have, when numbers dictate, a non-smoking Lounge Car, which houses the Gift Shop.

Journeys

Cape Town

This 1 600-kilometre meander is a perfect illustration of South Africa as a world in one country. Travel the grasslands of the gold-rich Highveld to the haunting barrenness of the Great Karoo; trundle through the spectacular mountain ranges and scenic winelands of the Cape. Journey’s end is Cape Town, the Mother City of South Africa, cradled by the imposing bulk of Table Mountain, Devil’s Peak and Lion’s Head. Highlights of the north- and southbound routes include a visit to the historic village of Matjiesfontein; this authentic perfectly preserved Victorian Village – founded by Mr Logan as a refreshment stop in 1890 – also boasts an impressive museum on the platform. Another stop is made in Kimberley providing an opportunity to enjoy a city tour and a visit to the Diamond Mine Museum and the world’s largest man-made excavation, the Big Hole.
Available in reverse.

DAY 1
15h00 Depart from Rovos Rail Station in Pretoria. Dinner and overnight on the train.
(Breakfast 07h00-10h00 • Lunch 13h00 • Tea 16h30 • Dinner 19h30)

DAY 2
10h00 The train arrives in Kimberley. Passengers visit the Big Hole and the Diamond Mine Museum.
12h30 Depart Kimberley and proceed overnight via De Aar and Beaufort West to Matjiesfontein.

DAY 3
08h15 Enjoy a visit to the historic village of Matjiesfontein.
10h30 The train departs for Cape Town via Touws River and Worcester.
18h00 Arrive at Cape Town Station’s Platform 24.

Victoria Falls

This three-night adventure begins with the train’s departure from Rovos Rail Station in Pretoria. It then winds its way north through Warmbaths, so named for its mineral waters, and Nylstroom, christened by the Voortrekkers as the source of the Nile River as the town’s river happened to be north flowing. The train then passes the edge of the escarpment and crosses the Tropic of Capricorn en route to the border with Zimbabwe. After formalities at Beitbridge the next morning, the train travels to Bulawayo, second city of Zimbabwe, capital of Matabeleland and industrial capital of the country. The following day sees the train travelling along one of the world’s longest stretches of straight railway line – 114 kilometres – before traversing Hwange National Park, a rich and diverse wildlife sanctuary where animals can be spotted from the train and a game drive excursion is enjoyed. After a service stop at Thompsons Junction, the sojourn ends at the incomparable Victoria Falls on the mighty Zambezi River. The surrounding areas offer travellers many recreational opportunities including cruises, whitewater rafting as well as superb game viewing and photo safaris. Available in reverse. Depending upon railway capacity, this journey could be routed through Botswana.

DAY 1
09h30 The train departs Rovos Rail Station in Pretoria.
13h00 Lunch is served in the dining cars as the train travels north through Warmbaths and Nylstroom, crossing the Tropic of Capricorn.
Enjoy afternoon tea and dinner en route to Messina and Beitbridge for Zimbabwe border formalities.
(Breakfast 07h00-10h00 • Lunch 13h00 • Tea 16h30 • Dinner 19h30)

DAY 2
Day at leisure. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served as the train travels towards Bulawayo via Rutenga and Somabhula. Overnight stop on board at Mpopoma.

DAY 3
07h00 Breakfast is served as the train departs Mpopoma.
13h00 Enjoy lunch while travelling along the eastern edge of Hwange Park along one of Africa’s longest stretches of straight railway line – 114 kilometres.
15h00 Arrive at Kennedy Siding for a game drive at The Hide.
19h30 Dinner is served in the dining cars en route to Thompsons Junction for the overnight stop.

DAY 4
07h00 Breakfast is enjoyed while travelling towards the Zambezi River.
10h00 Arrive at journey’s end in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.

Durban Safari

This three-day safari between Pretoria and Durban departs during the summer months and includes game drives, a battlefields tour with a world-class historian and a look at unusual African ceramics. Experience the Nambiti Conservancy – a Big Five private retreat set on 20 000 acres of malaria-free bushveld in KwaZulu-Natal. It has an incredible biodiversity including savannah, grasslands, thornveld and tall acacia trees. Situated on an expansive game farm, Spionkop Lodge – which adjoins an 11 000-acre nature reserve – is the perfect base for exploring the mountains, bush, birds and battlefields of the region. Ardmore Ceramics is a story about the Zulu people whose sense of rhythm, colour, dance and song, as well as the spirit of the African imagination, is exerting its influence on the other continents of the world. Visit this charming centre in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands before travelling the Valley of a Thousand Hills to Durban. Available in reverse.

DAY 1
10h00 Depart Rovos Rail Station in Pretoria. Lunch is served as the Drakensberg Mountains come into view. In the afternoon the train climbs to Majuba Hill (2146m/7040ft). Dinner is served en route to Elandslaagte for overnight stop.
(Breakfast 07h00-10h00 • Lunch 13h00 • Tea 16h30 • Dinner 19h30)

DAY 2
06h00 Wake-up call. Tea, coffee, juices and pastries in the dining car/s before embarking on a game drive in the Nambiti Private Game Reserve. Return to the train for brunch at 11h00 and head for Estcourt.
14h00 Disembark for a 40-minute drive to Spionkop Lodge where a choice of two excursions is available: an escorted tour of the battlefields or a game drive in the Spionkop Game Reserve. Return to the train for dinner.

DAY 3
Breakfast is served as the train descends the escarpment en route to Lions River Station.
10h00 Visit the famous Ardmore Ceramics Gallery including an equestrian display and tea.
12h00 Depart for Durban. The train traverses the spectacular Valley of a Thousand Hills.
16h00 Arrive at journey’s end in Durban.

Golf Safari

Rovos Rail has designed a delightful nine-day safari to entertain the most discerning player with optional excursions for non-playing guests at all venues. The Golf Safari begins in Pretoria and travels west to Sun City in the hills of the Pilanesberg for a day at this renowned facility including a game drive for non-golfers. In the foothills of the imposing Drakensberg Mountains, 18 holes await at the Champagne Sports Resort with a guided tour of the battlefields a further highlight for non-golfers. Enjoy a game at Durban Country Club (or Beachwood) or tour the city. Then it’s on to Zululand for game viewing at Hluhluwe before heading to Swaziland. Tee off at Royal Swazi or enjoy a game drive at Mkhaya and a visit to Ngwenya Glass and Guava Gallery. Golfers then play the challenging Leopard Creek course (dependent) while non-golfers enjoy a game drive in the world-famous Kruger Park, after which this memorable journey ends in Pretoria.

DAY 1
11h30 Depart Rovos Rail Station in Pretoria and travel to Rustenburg for overnight stop. Day at leisure on the train. (Breakfast 07h00-10h00 • Lunch 13h00 • Tea 16h30 • Dinner 19h30)

DAY 2
Golfers: Morning tee off at Lost City or Gary Player Country Club.
Non-golfers: 09h00 Game drive in Pilanesberg Game Reserve. Explore the Lost City followed by lunch at the club.
19h30 Dinner on board en route to Heidelberg.

DAY 3
All meals enjoyed on board en route to Estcourt via Ladysmith. Day at leisure on the train.

DAY 4
Golfers: Morning tee off at Champagne Sports Resort.
Non-golfers: 09h00 Enjoy a professional tour of the battlefields with lunch at Spionkop Lodge followed by shopping. Depart for Durban.

DAY 5
Golfers: Morning tee off at Durban Country Club/Beachwood.
Non-golfers: 09h00 Disembark for a city tour of Durban followed by lunch with the golfers at the Durban Country Club.

DAY 6
06h00 Game drive in the Hluhluwe Game Reserve.
11h00 Brunch as the train departs for Mpaka, Swaziland.

DAY 7
Golfers: Morning tee off at the Royal Swazi Sun.
Non-golfers: 08h00 Game drive in Mkhaya Reserve. Visit Ngwenya Glass with restaurant lunch and shopping.
18h00 The train departs for Malelane in South Africa.

DAY 8
Golfers: Morning tee off at Leopard Creek (dependent) on the Crocodile River.
Non-golfers: 08h00 Game drive in the Kruger Park followed by lunch at Buhala Lodge and curio shopping.
19h30 Enjoy dinner on board as the train travels to Witbank for the overnight stop.

DAY 9
07h00 Enjoy breakfast as the train departs for Pretoria.
10h00 Arrive at journey’s end at Rovos Rail Station.

African Golf Collage

This panoramic 10-day sojourn winds its way from Pretoria to Cape Town and includes a golfing and non-golfing itinerary. After a game drive in Kruger Park*, guests head to Swaziland for game viewing at Mkhaya** and along the coast to Durban* for a city tour. Traverse the Valley of a Thousand Hills to Spionkop Lodge*, an expansive game farm that adjoins an 11 000-acre nature reserve. Continue to Port Elizabeth* for a game drive at Addo Elephant Park, then on to Oudtshoorn for an ostrich-farm visit followed by a spectacular descent through the Outeniqua Mountains to George*. After visiting the natural paradise of Knysna*, the train traverses the spectacular Garden Route to the winelands and Cape mountains before this magnificent expedition ends in Cape Town.

*Courses: Leopard Creek in Kruger (dependent), Durban Golf Club/Zimbali, Champagne Sports Resort in Ladysmith, Humewood in Port Elizabeth, Fancourt and Ernie Els Oubaai in George.
** As of 2018, we will be doing a game drive in Hluhluwe, South Africa.

Available in reverse.

DAY 1
10h00 Check-in at Rovos Rail Station in Pretoria for departure at 10h00.
Lunch and dinner are served as the train traverses the Highveld to the Drakensberg Mountains..
(Breakfast 07h00-10h00 • Lunch 13h00 • Tea 16h30 • Dinner 19h30)

DAY 2
Golfers: Morning tee off at Leopard Creek (dependent) near Kruger with lunch.
Non-golfers: 06h00 Game drive in the Kruger Park with lunch.
17h00 Rejoin the train at Malelane. Depart for Swaziland.

DAY 3
2017
06h00 Game drive at Mkhaya Reserve in Swaziland with tea.
10h30 Travel alongside the St Lucia Wetland Park to Durban.
2018
10h00 Game drive at Hluhluwe.
13h00 Travel alongside the St Lucia Wetland Park to Durban.

DAY 4
Golfers: Morning tee off at Durban Country Club/Beachwood/Zimbali.
16h00 Rejoin the train and travel the Valley of a Thousand Hills to Ladysmith.
Non-golfers: Disembark for a city tour of Durban with lunch.
16h00 Travel the Valley of a Thousand Hills to Ladysmith.

DAY 5
Golfers: Transfer to Champagne Sports Resort for a morning tee off.
Non-golfers: 10h00 Spionkop battlefields tour, game drive and lunch.
17h00 Travel to Kroonstad across the Drakensberg Mountains.

DAY 6
Day at leisure as the train travel towards the coast.

DAY 7
Golfers: Morning tee off at Humewood Course.
After lunch, join the train in Port Elizabeth and travel to Oudtshoorn via Willowmore.
Non-golfers: 07h30 Game drive at Addo Elephant Park.
12h00 Travel to Port Elizabeth en route to Willowmore.

DAY 8
Golfers: Transfer to Fancourt along the Montagu Pass for a morning tee off.
18h30 Meet the non-golfers for dinner at the estate.
Non-golfers: 09h00 Enjoy an ostrich-farm visit. Travel to George.
18h30 Disembark for dinner at Fancourt Estate.

DAY 9
Golfers: Morning tee off at Ernie Els Oubaai.
Non-golfers: 08h00 Morning at leisure in Knysna/ferry ride to Featherbed.
13h30 Depart George. Travel the Garden Route to Riversdale.

DAY 10
Day at leisure traversing the Cape Fold Mountains.
17h00 Arrive at Platform 23 at Cape Town Station.

Namibia Safari

This nine-day 3 400-kilometre journey takes the train from the savannahs of the Highveld to the Atlantic in the west. Departing from Pretoria, the first stop is Kimberley, centre of one of the world’s famous diamond rushes where there is an opportunity to savour the 1870s atmosphere of the mine village. The train traverses the stark vistas of the Northern Cape to the Fish River Canyon – second in size to the Grand Canyon – and Garas Park with its Quiver Tree Forest and the Giant’s Playground. Guests continue across the untamed beauty of the Kalahari Desert to Namibia’s capital for a tour; Windhoek is a lively, cosmopolitan city with a strong German flavour. Then it’s a short flight to Sossusvlei, a stunning pan in the Namib Desert, for an overnight stay followed by a night in the game-rich Etosha National Park. On the last morning, the train travels the Namib to the perfectly preserved 19th-century German Hansa town of Swakopmund and Walvis Bay – an unforgettable end to a remarkable journey. Available in reverse.

DAY 1
15h00 Depart Rovos Rail Station in Pretoria and travel south towards the goldfields of the Witwatersrand.
(Breakfast 07h00-10h00 • Lunch 13h00 • Tea 16h30 • Dinner 19h30)

DAY 2
09h45 Arrive Kimberley for Big Hole and Diamond Museum.
12h30 Depart for Upington and travel the Karoo semi-desert.

DAY 3
08h00 Optional two-hour walking tour of Upington.
23h00 Arrive at Holoog after border formalities at Nakop

DAY 4
08h00 One-hour transfer to visit the Fish River Canyon.
11h00 Depart for Keetmanshoop. Traverse the Kalahari.
15h00 Visit Garas Park (Quiver Tree Forest/Giant’s Playground).

DAY 5
09h00 Arrive in Windhoek for a city tour.
11h00 Depart in light aircraft for 1-hour flight to Sossusvlei Lodge for lunch, desert drive, bush dinner and overnight.

DAY 6
06h00 Sossusvlei drive with breakfast in the vlei.
12h00 Depart Sossusvlei for one-hour flight to Windhoek.
14h00 Depart Windhoek and travel north towards the game-rich Etosha National Park.

DAY 7
09h30 Transfer to a lodge in the Etosha National Park for lunch, game drive and overnight.

DAY 8
06h00 Early morning game drive in the Etosha National Park.
13h00 Enjoy lunch on board en route to the Atlantic.

DAY 9
07h00 Enjoy breakfast as the train traverses the Namib.
12h30 Arrive at journey’s end in Walvis Bay, Namibia.

Dar es Salaam

This epic 15-day train journey travels through South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Tanzania and is one of the most famous in the world. The sojourn begins in Cape Town taking guests to the historic village of Matjiesfontein, the diamond town of Kimberley and the capital city of Pretoria for short tours followed by two nights in the Madikwe Game Reserve*. Continue through Botswana into Zimbabwe where guests overnight at the Victoria Falls Hotel. After crossing the mighty Zambezi River, the train joins the Tazara line in Zambia and continues to Chisimba Falls where guests enjoy a bush walk. The train climbs to the Tanzanian border then descends into the Great Rift Valley negotiating the tunnels, switchbacks and viaducts of the spectacular escarpment. Climbing again, it traverses the Selous Game Reserve – the largest on the continent and a vision of timeless Africa – before the bustling arrival in Dar es Salaam the following day. Available in reverse. Please note that depending upon the railway’s capacity this journey could be routed northwards through Beitbridge and Zimbabwe. *Or Kwa Maritane in Pilanesberg Game Reserve.

DAY 1
11h00 Depart Cape Town Station on the Pride of Africa.
18h00 Arrive in Matjiesfontein and explore the quaint village. Dinner and overnight on the train.
(Breakfast 07h00-10h00 • Lunch 13h00 • Tea 16h30 • Dinner 19h30)

DAY 2
14h00 Tour of Kimberley’s Big Hole and Diamond Mine Museum. Ten minutes after departing Kimberley a shallow lake appears on the left-hand side of the train where, on most occasions, there are spectacular flocks of Lesser Flamingos (approximately 23 000). Travel from the Karoo to the Highveld. Dinner and overnight on board.

DAY 3
10h00 Arrive at Rovos Rail Station in Capital Park, Pretoria. Enjoy a walking tour of the station and locomotive workshops (weather permitting) followed by lunch on the platform and a city tour of Pretoria at 14h15.
18h00 Depart for Zeerust in the North West Province. Dinner and overnight on board.

DAY 4
11h00 Disembark at Zeerust and transfer by coach to Madikwe Reserve for a two-night stay at TAU Game Lodge*. Lunch is served upon arrival at the lodge. Afternoon tea and game drive (approximately 3 hours). Dinner and overnight at the lodge.

DAY 5
Enjoy an early morning game drive, afternoon game drive and other guest activities. Overnight at the lodge.

DAY 6
Early morning game drive followed by breakfast until 09h30.
10h30 Transfer to the train at with border formalities en route to Gaborone, Botswana.
13h30 Depart Gaborone and travel to Plumtree for border formalities and overnight.

DAY 7
Day at leisure on board. Lectures will be given during the course of the morning and/or afternoon by the on-board historian. The train passes Gwaai and Dete along one of Africa’s longest stretches of straight railway line – 114 kilometres – and along the eastern edge of the Hwange National Park where occasional sightings of animals can occur. The train heads for Thompson’s Junction for the overnight stop.

DAY 8
12h00 Arrive at the incomparable Victoria Falls and walk across to the hotel. Enjoy lunch.
16h00 Sunset Cruise on the Zambezi River. Buffet dinner at Jungle Junction. Overnight at the hotel.

DAY 9
Day at leisure in the Victoria Falls with activities (tour of Falls, helicopter over Falls, elephant-back safari, walk with lions, whitewater rafting, bungee-jumping, golf, etc).
16h00 Depart Victoria Falls and cross the bridge to Livingstone, Zambia.

DAY 10
Day at leisure on board. Lectures will be given during the course of the morning and/or afternoon by the on-board historian. The train travels across the Kafue railway bridge – a 477-metre long steel girder truss bridge of 13 spans each at 33 metres supported on concrete piers – towards Kapiri Mposhi and the start of the TAZARA railway line.

DAY 11
Enjoy a day at leisure on the train. Lectures will be given during the course of the morning and/or afternoon by the on-board historian. The train passes through Serenje and Mpika to Kasama.

DAY 12
08h00 Disembark at Kasama for a morning excursion to Chisimba Falls.
11h00 Depart from Kasama and travel towards the Tanzanian border.

DAY 13
09h00 Arrive at Makambako where guests may enjoy a stroll through the town – time permitting.
10h30 Depart and travel towards Mlimba. The train descends into the Rift Valley and through the Udzungwa Mountains as it negotiates the tunnels, switchbacks and viaducts of the escarpment.
Day at leisure on the train with lectures by the on-board historian.

DAY 14
Game visit in the Selous Reserve (time permitting).
Travel towards Gwata for an overnight stop.

DAY 15
06h30 Depart Gwata in and travel in an easterly direction towards the coast.
07h00 Breakfast is served in the dining car/s until 09h30.
10h00 Arrive at journey’s end in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Rates and Departures

PRICE PER PERSON SHARING includes:
Accommodation, meals and excursions as well as all beverages, incl. alcohol, while on board.
Single supplement +50% on all suites
*Single supplement on Long Journeys

RATES: 1 Oct 2017 to 30 Sep 2018PULLMAN SUITESDELUXE SUITESROYAL SUITES
CAPE TOWNR18 950R28 650R38 150
VICTORIA FALLSR24 850R37 400R49 750
DURBAN SAFARIR18 950R28 650R38 150
GOLF SAFARIR55 400 *+40%R81 500 *+40%R108 500 *+40%
AFRICAN GOLF COLLAGE R70 200 *+50%R105 300 *+50%R139 800 *+50%
NAMIBIA SAFARIR63 200 *+50%R94 800 *+50%R126 400 *+50%
DAR ES SALAAMUS$12 450 *+$5 530US$16 500 *+$7 150US$21 550 *POA
RATES: 1 Oct 2018 to 30 Sep 2019PULLMAN SUITESDELUXE SUITESROYAL SUITES
CAPE TOWNR20 600R31 100R41 400
VICTORIA FALLSR26 950R40 600R54 000
DURBAN SAFARIR20 600R31 100R41 400
GOLF SAFARIR59 900 *+40%R88 200 *+40%R117 500 *+40%
AFRICAN GOLF COLLAGE R76 200 *+50%R114 300 *+50%R152 000 *+50%
NAMIBIA SAFARIR68 600 *+50%R102 900 *+50%R137 200 *+50%
DAR ES SALAAMUS$12 820 *+$5 695US$16 995 *+$7 385US$22 190 *POA

DATES REGULAR and ANNUAL JOURNEYS

CPY – Cape Town
DAR – Dar es Salaam
DUR – Durban
PRY – Pretoria
VFA – Victoria Falls
WVB – Walvis Bay

REGULAR JOURNEYS

JOURNEYPRY-CPTCPT-PRYPRY-VFAVFA-PRYPRY-DURDUR-PRY
OCT 20176,13,18,20,25,272,9,16,21,23,28,305,12,198,15,22272,30
NOV 20173,8,10,17,22,241,6,11,13,20,25,272,9,16,305,12,192427
DEC 20171,8,15,22,27,294,11,18,25,30213,24n/an/a
JAN 20185,10,12,19,261,8,15,22,294,11,18,257,14,21,28 1215
FEB 20182,7,9,14,16,21,235,10,12,14,17,19,261,8,15,224,11,18,25912
MAR 20182,7,9,14,16,21,23,30 5,10,12,17,19,24,26,281,8,15,22,294,11,18,25912
APR 20186,13,20,272,9,16,23,305,12,19,261,8,15,22,2969
MAY 20184,11,18,257,14,21,283,10,17,246,13,20,27n/an/a
JUN 20181,8,15,22,27,294,11,18,257,2110,24n/an/a
JUL 20186,13,20,272,9,16,23,305,12,19,268,15,22,29n/an/a
AUG 20183,10,15,17,24,29,311,6,13,20,272,9,16,23,305,12,19,261720
SEP 20187,12,14,21,26,281,3,10,15,17,19,246,13,20,272,9,16,23,3028n/a
OCT 20185,12,17,19,24,261,8,15,20,22,27,29,314,11,18,257,14,21,28261,29
NOV 20182,9,16,21,23,305,12,19,24,261,8,15,22,294,11,18,252326
DEC 20187,14,21,26,283,10,17,24,29,3120,272,23,30n/an/a
JAN 20192,4,11,18,23,257,14,21,26,283,10,17,24,316,13,20,271114
FEB 20191,8,13,15,20,224,9,11,16,18,257,14,21,283,10,17,24811
MAR 20191,6,8,13,15,20,22,294,9,11,16,18,23,25,277,14,21,283,10,17,24,31811
APR 20195,12,19,261,8,15,22,294,11,18,257,14,21,2858
MAY 20193,10,17,24,316,13,20,25,272,9,16,235,12,19,26n/an/a
JUN 20197,14,21,26,283,10,17,246,209,23n/an/a
JUL 20195,12,19,261,8,15,22,29,314,11,18,257,14,21,28n/an/a
AUG 20192,9,14,16,23,28,305,12,19,26,311,8,15,22,294,11,18,251619
SEP 20196,11,13,20,25,272,9,14,16,23,305,12,19,261,8,15,22,292730

ANNUAL JOURNEYS

CPT-DARDAR-CPTGOLF SAFARI
PRY-PRY
NAMIBIA
PRY-WVB
NAMIBIA
WVB-PRY
COLLAGE
PRY-CPT
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2018
13-27 Jan30 Jan-13 Feb22 Feb-2 Mar5-13 Apr15-23 Apr16-25 May22-31 Jan
24 Feb-10 Mar13-27 Mar29 Mar-6 Apr26 Apr-4 May6-14 May31 Oct-9 Nov28 May-6 Jun
30 Jun-14 Jul17-31 Jul4-12 Oct17-25 May27 May-4 Jun12-21 Nov
18 Aug-1 Sep4-18 Sep15-23 Nov
29 Sep-13 Oct16-30 Oct
2019
-24 Jan-7 Feb30 Jan-7 Feb4-12 Apr14-22 Apr15-24 May-
23 Feb-9 Mar12-26 Mar21 Feb-1 Mar25 Apr-3 May5-13 May30 Oct-8 Nov11-20 Nov
29 Jun-13 Jul16-30 Jul28 Mar-5 Apr9-17 May20-28 May
17-31 Aug3-17 Sep3-11 Oct
28 Sep-12 Oct15-29 Oct14-22 Nov

Enquiries

Rovos Rail

Tour Type

Luxury Train

Countries Visited

Multi Country

Can be Customised

No

Departures

Set

Solo Travellers

Yes

Ages

All

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