Operating Dates
1st January - 31st December

Pride Of Africa

Journey Information

Running Dates Desc: All year

Class: Premier Dining, Luxury Day and Night

Food: Dining on board

Locomotives: Steam Engine, Diesel Engine

Stations: Cape Town, Pretoria Capital Park, Johannesburg, Makambako, Tunduma, Kasama, Victoria Falls, Gaborone, Zeerust, Kimberley, Elandslaagte, Estcourt, Lions River, Durban, Mafikeng, Koster, Heidelberg, Mpumalanga Kwatandaza, Komatipoort, Hluhluwe-Umfolozi, Upington, Nakop, Swakopmund, Dar es Salaam Tazara, Zanzibar not a station, Kilimanjaro not a station, Ndutu, Serengeti Plains not a station, Entebbe not a station, Khartoum not a station, Abu Simbel not a station, Aswan not a station, Luxor not a station, Cairo not a station

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Cape Town Journey Print  Book

Please follow the link above to the Luxury Train Club for all further information. 

Enjoy one of these popular 3 day / 2 night weekly journeys between Pretoria and Cape Town.

Travel the grasslands of the gold-rich Highveld to the haunting barrenness of the Great Karoo; trundle through the spectacular mountain ranges and scenic wine lands of the Cape;  arrive in Cape Town,cradled by the imposing bulk of Table Mountain, Devil’s Peak and Lion’s 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 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.


Victoria Falls Journey Print  Book

Please follow the link above to the Luxury Train Club for all further information. 

Experience a  three-day journey through diverse and truly African scenery as Rovos Rail meanders westwards through Mafikeng into Botswana and then north towards Mahalapye, crossing the Tropic of Capricorn just after Gaborone. Once the train has passed through the dry reaches of Botswana it arrives at Plumtree in the late afternoon for border formalities with Zimbabwe.  Continuing in a northwesterly direction, the train passes Bulawayo heading towards Thompson’s Junction and Hwange Game Reserve where animals can be spotted from the train.  The Falls and the elegant colonial-style Victoria Falls Hotel form an ideal destination.  The surrounding areas offer travellers many recreational opportunities including cruises, white-water rafting on the Zambezi River as well as superb game viewing and photo safaris.