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Pretoria, South Africa

Rovos Rail

Rovos Rail Station,
1 Transnet Avenue,
Capital Park, PretoriaGoogle Maps

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A trip aboard Rovos Rail is a journey like no other.

Experience the opulent elegance of rail travel on the most luxurious train in the world on one of Rovos Rail’s exceptional safaris through the heart of Africa. Combining some of the most magnificent scenery with the glamour and excitement of the golden age of rail travel, Rovos Rail will delight the most discerning traveller.

Trains depart regularly from Rovos Rail Station in Pretoria for Cape Town, Durban and Victoria Falls with longer journeys operated on an annual basis. These include two golf itineraries each with delightful programmes for non-golfers. There is a nine-day safari to Walvis Bay in Namibia, the world-famous two-week adventure to Dar es Salaam in Tanzania and the newest route, Trail of Two Oceans, a 15-day adventure from Dar es Salaam to Lobito in Angola.