The 3-day adventure in Pretoria and Durban departs during the summer month and consists of game drives, battlefield visits, and most important look at unusual African ceramics.

Experience the Big Five set on 20,000 acres of malaria-free area in Nambiti Conservancy located in KwaZulu-Natal. A Durban Adventure is filled up with Savannah, thornveld, grasslands, and tall acacia trees located in Spionkop Lodge adjoining the 11,000-acre reserve which is a perfect base for exploring the birds, bush, and mountains.

Visit this charming center and experience the Zulu people whose sense of color, dance, rhythm, and imagination exerts its influence on the other continents of the World. The itinerary can be reversed.

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Victoria falls safari

This three-night adventure begins with the train’s departure from Rovos Rail Station in
Pretoria. It then winds its way south through Johannesburg and the goldfields of the
Witwatersrand before travelling west alongside the Magaliesberg Mountains.

After border formalities at Mafikeng, the train travels north the following day through Botswana’s capital, Gaborone, crosses the Tropic of Capricorn and continues via Francistown to the Zimbabwean border at Plumtree.

The next day the train passes through 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 Beitbridge and Zim.

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Cape Town Safari

This 1600-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 northand 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.

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