Three of South Africa’s leading luxury travel brands have combined to offer visitors a unique experience. Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve, the Blue Train and the Steenberg Hotel are set to showcase some of South Africa’s spectacular highlights in a new three-centre package.
Take a big five safari, add one of the world’s best train journeys, drink in some of South Africa’s finest wines, and you have all the ingredients for an exclusive holiday.
Embracing many of South Africa’s iconic offerings, the trip allows you to safari at Sabi Sabi luxury lodges in Kruger National Park before travelling to Cape Town aboard the world renowned Blue Train and on to the Cape winelands.
A luxurious trio in South Africa
The four day safari experience at the Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve’s romantic Selati Camp sees guests staying in one of eight opulent thatched suites with four poster beds.
From there guests can take morning and evening safaris to see elephants, lions, leopard, rhinos, buffalos, as well as a host of other wild life.
Next luxuriate on an overnight stay aboard the magnificent Blue Train as it meanders through the wilds of South Africa en route to Cape Town. Widely regarded as one of the world’s most spectacular journeys, the Blue Train has a timeless grace and elegance. Along the route it offers panoramic views of South Africa’s beguiling landscapes.
Arriving into Cape Town the package allows a chance to spend three days at the chic Steenberg Hotel, located on the city’s oldest wine farm. Dating from 1682 the building has been declared a National Monument and enjoys captivating views across False Bay.
Rail Select (www.railselect.com, 01904 521 921) has a 10 night holiday including return flights from London to South Africa with British Airways, from £4,650 per person May-July 2013, and £4,800 per person at all other times of the year. This price includes one night’s free stay, available all year round.