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Luxury Railroad Safari across Namibia

from £4,999 per person

Dates available throughout: 2018-2019

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Luxury Railroad Safari across Namibia

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At a Glance

Whats included:

  • Non-UK transfers
  • Eight nights aboard the private African Explorer train.
  • One night at a Windhoek city hotel.
  • One night at a generously appointed safari lodge near the entrance to Etosha National Park.
  • Two nights at a stylish lodge in the Namib Desert.
  • One night at a premium-class hotel in Cape Town.
  • A multilingual tour director from Cape Town to Windhoek.
  • An English-speaking tour guide
  • Meals as shown on itinerary
  • Fine dining in the dining car and local specialties, such as a traditional barbecue.
  • All excursions and sightseeing including admission fees.
  • A fascinating series of lectures on sights, history, daily life and culture.


  • 2,200 miles/3,600 kilometers of railroad in style, aboard the private African Explorer train.
  • Tasting fine South African wines.
  • The otherworldly Namib Naukluft National Park.
  • Lüderitz—the first German colonial settlement in then South West Africa.
  • The Kolmanskop ghost town.
  • The high plateau of the Aus Mountains.
  • Pristine examples of German colonial architecture in Swakopmund.
  • The Spitzkoppe—the granite peak known as Namibia’s Matterhorn.
  • Braai—a traditional African barbecue.
  • Windhoek’s blend of modern Africa and German heritage.
  • Etosha National Park

A 14 day railroad safari across some of Africa’s most spectacular landscapes. Deep canyons, wide-open plains, wild animals and the highest sand dunes in the world. This is a journey of a lifetime.

You will explore Cape Town’s unparalleled urban and natural beauty. Uncover everything that makes this multicultural melting pot one of the world’s greatest cities. Stand on the rim of the Fish River Canyon – the second largest canyon in the world. Scale the world’s highest sand dunes at Sossusvlei in the Namib Desert. Take in bold and bizarre landscapes unlike anywhere else on earth. See the elephants, giraffes and perhaps even black rhinos up close while on safari in Etosha National Park.

Namibia. This is a land of colour and texture, with landscapes almost too staggering to take in. Sweeping grounds of deep, ancient ochre. A huge, aquamarine sky. Animals in the distance, shimmering in the heat.