Road Package Includes:
* Scheduled One Way transfer from Victoria Falls International Airport to Victoria Falls
* Zambezi Explorer Sunset Cruise – Signature Deck
* 2 Nights at Victoria Falls Hotel, Standard Room – Bed & Breakfast
* Scheduled Tour of the Falls
* 3 Nights on the Rovos Rail from Victoria Falls to Pretoria in a Pullman Suite – Includes three meals daily and all alcoholic and other beverages, Excursions accompanied by a qualified tour guide, Entrance fees to places of interest, 24-hour full room service and bar facilities
* Private One Way transfer from Pretoria Station to O.R Tambo International Airport
* Private Return Transfers between Cape Town International Airport and Cape Town
* 3 Nights at More Quarters Hotel, 1 Bedroom Apartment - Accommodation, breakfast, complimentary scheduled transfers to and from the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront and Cape Town International Convention Centre.
* Private Half Day Cape Town City Tour – Including Table Mountain Aerial Cableway
* Scheduled Complimentary Return transfers between Skukuza Airport and Lion Sands Private Game Reserve
* 3 Nights at Lion Sands Private Game Reserve – River Lodge, Luxury Room - Accommodation, three meals per day, Teas/Coffees, Mini bar in room, Inclusive drinks & selected snacks (all soft drinks and selection of local beers, spirits & house wines), Two game drives daily with FGASA qualified ranger & tracker, Game drive refreshments & snacks, Specified inclusive safari activities, Skukuza Airport transfers, Sabi Sand & KNP Entrance fees ex Skukuza only. Wi-fi in public areas.
|Valid||Per Adult sharing||Single Room|
|01 May - 31 Aug||USD 4,105||USD 6,250|
|01 Sept - 30 Sept||USD 4,545||USD 6,250|
|01 Oct - 30 Nov||USD 4,700||USD 6,300|
The perfect way to see parts of southern Africa by rail. Start in Zimbabwe and end up in Pretoria. The train come to and end in Pretoria, but from there move on to Cape Town and end up the incredible experience in Lion Sands Private Game Reserve.
Upon arrival in Victoria Falls, located in the beautiful country of Zimbabwe, you will be transferred to Victoria Falls Hotel where you will be spending the next two nights. Check into your hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure. One of the world's Classic five-star hotels commands prime location overlooking Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, an acclaimed Natural Wonder of the World. A proud member of Leading Hotels of the World, the Edwardian-style hotel, built in 1904, was splendidly redecorated in 2013 to combine its traditional majesty with modern sophistication. For more than 110 years The Victoria Falls Hotel has been a luxury icon in Africa. The Victoria Falls Hotel features 161 rooms and suites - truly a five-star experience of pure grandeur. Later this afternoon you will be departing on the Zamebezi Explorer for a sunset cruise on the Great Zambezi. The flagship Zambezi Explorer is a 140 seater boat and is the first of its kind on the Zimbabwe side of the Falls. The cruise rate includes canapes and beverages. A nanny is available on request.
No surprise why Victoria Falls is one of the seven Natural Wonders of the World. You'll understand it instantly as we tour the Zimbabwean side, for there are numerous spectacular vantage points along the width of the Falls, and the sight of this astounding gift of nature, simply takes your breath away. Walk through the permanent, beautifully misty rain forest which flanks the Falls, stopping to marvel at the principal sites as it cascades to the depths below the Main Falls, Horseshoe Falls, Rainbow Falls, the Boiling Pot, Cataract Island and Livingstone Island. We'll stand and watch, feel and listen to the spray and thunderous noise, as millions of litres of water tumble over the Falls into a series of narrow gorges below. The seventh Natural Wonder of the World puts on the most dramatic show for you, and you'll be privileged to have watched it. Your experience highlights includes viewing of the Falls including the Main Falls, Horseshoe Falls, Rainbow Falls, the Boiling Pot, Cataract Island and Livingstone Island.
Today after a sumptuous breakfast and a day at leisure we embark on one of the most luxurious hotels on wheels, the Rovos Rail. Rovos Rail and its Pride of Africa offers an old-world elegance and luxury to a degree that was never equaled in the 1920s. Many seasoned travelers consider it their favorite train experience. Celebrated not only for its teak equipment, the train is rightfully proud of its stellar dining, amazing South African wine list, and friendly on-board service. In short, the entire experience is consistent in meeting the highest luxury standards. The coaches have been painstakingly rebuilt with fine teak paneling, traditional furnishings and period décor for an elegant ambiance.
1700hrs: Depart Victoria Falls Station and travel in a southeasterley direction towards Zimbabwe’s largest reserve, the Hwange National Park.
1930hrs: Dinner is served in the dining cars en route to Kennedy Siding for the overnight stop.
0500hrs: Early wake-up call with a continental breakfast.
0600hrs: Disembark for a game drive at The Hide.
1100hrs: Brunch is served. Travel along one of Africa’s longest stretches of straight railway line to Bulawayo.
1930hrs: Dinner is served en route to the border at Beitbridge.
0700hrs: Breakfast is served as the train leaves baobab country, travellingin a southerly direction. 13h00hrs: Lunch is served as the train crosses the Tropic of Capricorn towards Warmbaths and Nylstroom
1930hrs: Dinner is served as the train passes the edge of the escarpment
0700hrs: Breakfast is served until 09h30 1000hrs: Arrive at journey’s end in Pretoria
On your arrival at Pretoria Station you will be met by our representative and transferred to O.R Tambo International Airport for your onward flight to Cape Town (Flight not included). Once you arrive in Cape Town we head into the city where you will be spending the next three nights at More Quarters Hotel. Located amongst the popular restaurants, street cafes and stylish boutique shops of Kloof Street. More Quarters Hotel offers a rare combination of historic exteriors with classic modern bohemian interiors. The experience is genuine to Cape Town living, with stylish and secure apartments with the added benefit of being supported by a family of professional staff who ensure that each of our guests' stay is individually tailored within this fully serviced environment. The hotel offers guests a stay in Cape Town which combines the benefits of a hotel with the independence of a luxury apartment. It's charm and character is matched with its desirable location. All suites offer en-suite bathroom, wireless connectivity, Ipod/MP3 docking station, fully equipped kitchen with full size fridge, mini bar and refreshments, robes and slippers, welcome amenities, extra towels and linen and luxury guest bathroom amenities. Spend the rest of the afternoon at leisure. Cape Town is historically, culturally and visually, the most diverse, breathtakingly scenic and vibrant city you’ll have had the pleasure of visiting. Known fondly as the Mother City, Cape Town has everything for the curious traveller who enjoys the good life in all its colours and guises. From exquisite wine farms in magnificent green settings, to a long and captivating history and architecture, there’ll be little doubt in your mind why it’s voted one of the world’s finest cities to visit.
Take a cable car to the summit of the legendary Table Mountain, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, (weather permitting) with views of the City and surrounding layout of this southernmost tip of Africa. We drive to Camps Bay, an affluent oceanside suburb of Cape Town, boasting a magnificent white sandy beach and once the hunting ground of Lord Charles Somerset. Wind your way along through Clifton, an exclusive residential area, home to some of the most expensive real estate in South Africa before meandering through Sea Point, the first ‘commuter suburb’ of Cape Town and now a recognized Orthodox Jewish community. En route we’ll see the sweeping silhouette of the Cape Town Stadium before passing down Adderley Street considered the main street of the central business district. The City Hall located on the Grand Parade is next up. Nelson Mandela made his first public speech after his release from the balcony of Cape Town City Hall. Drive past the Castle of Good Hope, a Provisional Heritage Site. The Castle of Good Hope was originally built as a maritime replenishment station and is the oldest surviving colonial building in South Africa! We’re passing Charly’s Bakery, home of Charly’s Cake Angels, stars of the Food Network Show before hearing a brief history of District Six en-route to a visit at the Company Gardens. The public section of the garden is enjoyed for its sheer floral beauty as well as its historical setting.
Mother Nature surpassed herself when crafting the Mother City. Whether jogging along Sea Point Promenade, climbing up Lion’s Head in the dawn light, clambering over giant boulders at Sandy Bay or driving the amazing coastal roads down to Cape Point, you never fail to feel your spirits soar as you take in the breathtakingly beautiful vistas. You don’t need to break a sweat; sipping wine on a historic farm in Constantia or enjoying a picnic at an outdoor concert in Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens are equally memorable ways to commune with Cape Town’s great outdoors.
Today we make our way by flight from Cape Town to Skukuza Airport located in the heart of the Kruger Naitonal Park. Upon your arrival at the airport the Lion Sands Private Game Reserve representatives will be waiting to escort you by way of open safari vehicle to your lodge in the Sabi Sands Game Reserve. Check in and settle into your room before enjoying an afternoon game activity and sumptuous dinner upon your return.
Lion Sands Game Reserve flanks the game rich Sabi Sand Reserve and world renowned Kruger National Park. Whether family, honeymooner, wildlife enthusiast or singleton, every guest can expect a highly personalised safari and leisure experience. Lion Sands River Lodge, nestled under a canopy of trees dating back almost 800 years, faces due east catching the sun as it rises over the Kruger National Park and has a river island deck that is built on the Sabie River. The rooms are spread out along the banks of the Sabie River with private access along raised wooden walkways.
This morning after your final activity and a delightful breakfast we head back to Skukuza Airport for your onward flight back to O.R Tambo International Airport where you can start to prepare for your onward journey home