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Luxury Rail Safaris

The Edwardian Train Safari
An Authentic African Adventure

Blue Travel invites you to travel on the most luxurious train in the world, Rovos Rail's Pride of Africa.

This epic 15-day train journey travels through South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Tanzania and is one of the most famous in the world.

The sojourn begins in Cape Town taking guests to the historic village of Matjiesfontein, the diamond town of Kimberley and the capital city of Pretoria for short tours followed by two nights in the Madikwe Game Reserve.

Map Rovos Rail The Edwardian Safari
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Center Lounge Car
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Continue through Botswana into Zimbabwe where guests overnight at the Victoria Falls Hotel.

After crossing the mighty Zambezi River, the train joins the Tazara line in Zambia and continues to Chisimba Falls where guests enjoy a bush walk.

The train climbs to the Tanzanian border then descends into the Great Rift Valley negotiating the tunnels, switchbacks and viaducts of the spectacular escarpment.

As it climbs again to Dar es Salaam, it traverses the Selous Game Reserve – the largest on the continent and a vision of timeless Africa. Available in reverse.

Cape Town, Grand Parade with City Hall and Table Mountain (Courtesy of SATOUR)
Cape Town, Grand Parade with
City Hall and Table Mountain
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Please note that depending upon the railway’s capacity this journey could be routed northwards through Beitbridge and Zimbabwe.

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