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Duration: 6 Days
If you like trains and want to travel in opulent luxury, then Rovos Rail can deliver. They have two uber luxury coaches rebuilt in true 5-star fashion. They offer various rail journeys lasting anywhere from 1 day to 14 days, traversing through the varied terrains of South Africa, Tanzania, Namibia and even a Garden Route along the southern tip of Africa.
6-Day Journey from Cape Town in South Africa to Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe *
Monday - Depart from Cape Town
Tuesday - Arrive in Kimberley
Wednesday - Arrive in Pretoria
Thursday - Friday - on train - border formalities, etc.
Saturday - Arrive at Victria Falls.
* Full details available from our tour consultants.
Other short journeys:
Pretoria to Victoria Falls - From ZAR 14,850 pp (6 days)
Pretoria to Durban - From ZAR 12,950 (3 days)
Pretoria - to Sun City (Golf Safari) - ZAR 36,000 pp
African Gold Challende - ZAR 43,000 pp
Pretoria to Swakopmund - ZAR 43,000 pp
Cape Town to Dar es Salaam - USD 9,800 pp (14 days)
This six-day journey commences in Cape Town and ends at the majestic Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe. Travel through the spectacular mountain ranges and scenic winelands of the Cape to the haunting barrenness of the Great Karoo. Visit the historic village of Matjiesfontein. Next stop is Kimberley for a city tour and a visit to the world’s largest man-made excavation, the Big Hole, and its supporting Diamond Mine Museum. Arrive in Pretoria for an introduction to our beautifully appointed station.
Join in an optional tour of the city or have the afternoon at leisure before spending the night at your hotel. The train departs the following morning and slowly meanders westwards into Botswana then north, crossing the Tropic of Capricorn just after Gaborone. After border formalities in Zimbabwe, the journey continues in a northwesterly direction passing Bulawayo and heads towards Hwange Game Reserve where animals can be spotted from the train. Journey’s end is the incomparable Victoria Falls on the mighty Zambezi River.
Please note that depending upon the railway’s capacity this journey could be routed northwards through Beitbridge and Zimbabwe.