One way rate per person sharing includes accommodation, meals and excursions during the train journey, as well as alcoholic beverages whilst on board the train.
1 Oct 2016 – 30 Sep 2017
|Cape Town||R17 495||R26 395||R35 150|
|Victoria Falls||R22 895||R34 395||R45 860|
|Durban Safari||R17 495||R26 395||R35 150|
1 Oct 2017 – 30 Sept 2018
|Cape Town||R18 950||R28 650||R38 150|
|Victoria Falls||R24 850||R37 400||R49 750|
|Durban Safari||R18 950||R28 650||R38 150|
Single Supplement +50% on all suites Departure dates are specific and excursions may be changed according to schedule achieved. Visas are to be purchased and paid for prior to departure for Africa. Please check with the relevant embassies for visa requirements. Passengers are advised to take anti-malarial precautions as might be prescribed Trip insurance is compulsory Make sure you are familiar with Rovos Rail T&C
There is no finer way to see the country than on the popular 48-hour weekly luxury train journeys between Pretoria and Cape Town. Cape Town offers a blend of cosmopolitan city life, magnificent mountains and superlative wine lands, while the twin cities of Pretoria and Johannesburg form the economic heartland of South Africa and the ideal departure point for Mpumalanga’s world-famous Game Reserves.
This 1600-kilometre journey is a perfect illustration of South Africa as a world in one country. Travel the windswept grasslands of the gold rich Highveld to the haunting barrenness of the Great Karoo, the spectacular mountain ranges and scenic wine lands of the Cape to the Mother City of South Africa, Cape Town, cradled by the imposing bulk of Table Mountain, Devils’ Peak and Lions Head.
Highlights of the north and southbound routes include a visit to the historic village of Matjiesfontein. This authentic, perfectly preserved Victorian Village, which was founded by Mr. Logan as a refreshment stop in 1890, also boasts an impressive museum on the Station platform. A stop is also made in Kimberley with an opportunity to enjoy a city tour, the Mine Museum and visit the world’s largest man-made excavation, the ‘Big Hole’.
Pretoria to Cape Town
Cape Town to Pretoria