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    Duration3days / 2nights Starts/EndsPretoria - Durban or Durban - Pretoria HighlightsExperience the splendour of KwaZulu Natal, Big Five, Battlefields and white sandy beaches. Rates starting from R12 000 per person sharing (depending on the category of accommodation chosen, special conditions may apply for certain bookings)

Note: This is a fixed itinerary and cannot be changed, however it can form part of a more comprehensive tour. The person rate is based on a one way journey and includes accommodation, meals and excursions during the train journey, as well as alcoholic beverages whilst on board the train.

Unforgettable train safari trips into the Heart of KwaZulu Natal

Join these three-day train safari trips on one of the most luxurious train trips 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 a Big Five private bush retreat set on 20 000 acres of malaria-free bushveld in KwaZulu Natal. 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 berg, bush, birds and battlefields of the region can all be seen on this scenic train route. The turn of the century farmhouse has been beautifully restored in Natal colonial style and the converted barn now forms a magnificent dining room that boasts spectacular views.

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. Word of Ardmore has spread far and wide and those who believe they have the talent arrive at the Ardmore studios in the rolling hills of Caversham in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands. Many have little knowledge of sculpture and painting and mostly no experience of ceramic art. They learn quickly however and within a short time develop their own particular style of sculpting and painting.