A four day trip on the incomparable Rovos Rail through some of the most scenic areas of Southern Africa. Start at the magnificent Victoria Falls before heading south through Zimbabwe with a stop at Hwange National Park, across the Tropic of Capricorn and into South Africa to its home at Pretoria, the capital city.
Day 1: Rovos Rail
500 PM // Depart from Victoria Falls Station, Zimbabwe. Guests may freshen up in their suites before joining fellow travellers in the lounge car or observation car at the rear of the train.
730 PM // Dinner is served in the dining cars en route to Malindi for overnight.
Day 2: Rovos Rail
500 AM // A continental breakfast is served in the dining cars until departure.
600 AM // Enjoy a game drive at The Hide in Hwange National Park.
1200 PM // Lunch is served in the dining cars. The train travels between Dete and Gwaai along one of the world’s longest stretches of straight railway line – 114 kilometres – and passes Bulawayo: second city of Zimbabwe, capital of Matabeleland and industrial capital of the country.
430 PM // Tea is served in the lounge and observation cars. The train travels baobab country.
730 PM // Dinner is served in the dining cars en route to the border at Beitbridge.
Day 3: Rovos Rail
700 AM // Breakfast is served in the dining cars until 10:00. The train crosses the Limpopo River to Musina.
100 PM // Lunch is served in the dining cars. The train crosses the Tropic of Capricorn.
430 PM // Tea is served in the lounge and observation cars. Travel through Warmbaths (Bela-Bela) – 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. Pass the edge of the escarpment where the Highveld drops precipitously.
730 PM // Dinner is served in the dining cars en route to Pyramid for overnight.
700 AM // Breakfast is served in the dining cars until 09:30.
1000 AM // Arrive at journey’s end at Rovos Rail Station, Pretoria.
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Rates are based on Pullman Cabin, contact us for rates on Deluxe or Emerald Cabins.
Accommodation, all meals, all alcoholic and other beverages, 24 hour full room service and bar facilities, limited laundry service, guided excursions (where applicable), entrance fees as per itinerary.
Transfers, gratuities, French Champagne, souvenirs, insurance & items of a personal nature.