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Rovos and Mauritius

From £5,499 per person

Explore South Africa with Rovos Rail with a luxurious stay in Mauritius

A 12 day luxurious 5 star adventure across South Africa including Cape Town, Johannesburg, Rovos Luxury Train and relaxing in the tropical paradise of Mauritius

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At a Glance

  • 3 nights in Cape Town – One and Only Hotel
  • 1 night in Johannesburg – The Saxon Hotel
  • 5 nights in Mauritius – The Oberoi
  • 2 nights aboard the The Rovos Train
  • All non-UK transfers
  • Optional Extra – Big Five game drive
  • Upgrades – room upgrades and tailor-made holidays are available, please ask for details.

Cape Town

one-and-only-cape-town-lap-pool-eveningOne and Only – 3 nights

Upmarket waterfront hotel with views of Table Mountain.

Rovos Train – 2 night

Famous for its luxury train travel throughout Africa. Rovos Rail is one of the most luxurious trains in the world.


Saxon Hotel – 1 night

Luxurious, refined and exceptional, the Saxon has a story to tell. It is an intrinsic part of the history of South Africa.


room2The Oberoi – 5 nights

Six hundred metres of combed, white sand beaches. Spread over 20 acres of lush, sub-tropical garden, with more than 200 different plant species this superlative hotel houses 4 national monuments.

South Africa

The southern Cape has its own weather pattern that’s totally different from anywhere else in Africa – which explains why the Cape’s flora is so unique! From around November to March, whilst it rains in the rest of southern Africa, the Cape is hot, sunny, dry, and generally perfect for a holiday. Christmas and New Year are lovely in the Cape, although as the result it gets exceedingly busy with South Africans spending their holidays here.

From about April to August it cools down and there’s some rain. During these months it can be beautiful and dry one moment, but blustery and wet the next. Rainfall peaks around June and July but the Cape’s weather is changeable. Despite this it’s still perfectly pleasant, just as long as you aren’t expecting to sunbathe all day.

By September and October, the rain becomes a less common event; the sun comes out more and the temperatures rise again. September is the start of the Cape’s ‘spring’, when vast swathes of the open fynbos bursts into flower in Namaqualand (north of Cape Town)