Durban Safari 3 days 1st Class with Rovos RailPRETORIA - DURBAN SAFARI
An unforgettable train journey into the Valley of a Thousand Hills exploring the bushveld and battlefields of Natal
Rovos Rail Departing Dates
RATE: 1 SEPTEMBER 2023 - 30 OCTOBER 2023
RATE: 1 SEPTEMBER 2024 - 30 OCTOBER 2024
Rovos Rail Prices
Pretoria - Durban Safari
Join this three-day safari on the most luxurious train in the world and experience the splendour of KwaZulu-Natal. Take in the Big Five, a battlefields tour with a world-class historian and unusual African ceramics. Experience the Nambiti Conservancy - a Big Five private bush retreat set on 20 000 acres of malaria-free bushveld with an incredible biodiversity including savannah, grasslands, thornveld and tall acacia trees.
The Sundays River flows through the reserve and has two 40-metre waterfalls with magnificent ravine bush, home to several rare bird species. 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. The turn-of-the-century farmhouse has been restored in the colonial style and the converted barn now forms a dining room that boasts impressive views over the Tugela River and across the Drakensberg Mountains.
Ardmore Ceramic Art 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 through the Valley of a Thousand Hills to Durban.
PRETORIA | LADYSMITH | NAMBITI | SPIONKOP BATTLEFIELDS | ESTCOURT | MIDLANDS | LIONS RIVER | ARDMORE | DURBAN
Highlights of the Pretoria - Durban Luxury Rail Tour:
Optional journey combinations: Durban and Cape Town (both directions); Durban to Victoria Falls.