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Shongololo Good Hope Golf

Duration
15 Days
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US$ 5,680

This comprehensive train itinerary of South Africa covers many of the country’s highlights while catering to golfers who can play on some of the top golf courses here. The train departs from Cape Town and finishes in Pretoria with many memorable stops in between.


Your train journey starts in Cape Town with a city tour including a walk through the Company Gardens followed by a visit to the Bo-Kaap Museum. The first Malays arrived in the Cape as political refugees and slaves during the 17th century. Later, these Islamic people moved into the area known today as the Bo-Kaap, building mosques with picturesque minarets and their own Georgian-style houses with a Dutch influence. Then it’s on to the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront with a stop at Diamond Works for a tour of the diamond cutting studio, a jewellery manufacturing workshop, a jewellery design studio as well as a gemological laboratory. The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront is a development that has brought new life to the old harbour and has shops, craft markets, restaurants, taverns, cinemas, theatres as well as great views over the harbour.

In the afternoon drive through District Six named after the Sixth Municipal District of Cape Town in 1867 and established as a mixed community of freed slaves, merchants, artisans, labourers and immigrants, The District Six Museum works with the memories of the District Six experience. Then on to a visit to the Castle of Good Hope, the oldest surviving building in South Africa.

The next morning after the train has travelled to Worcester, drive the scenic route over the Rooihoogte and Floorshoogte passes via the Overberg towns of Villiersdorp and Botrivier to Hermanus, once a renowned fish market and whaling station. It is one of the best whale-viewing sites in the world but it tops the list when it comes to land-based whale watching from the town’s natural cliffs. Return to the train in Worcester. Travel to Voorbai for an overnight stop. Golfers can go today to Arabella to have a round of golf.

Next morning, travel by road along the coast from George situated in the heart of the Garden Route. The town sits on a plateau between the majestic Outeniqua Mountains to the north and the Indian Ocean to the south. Then drive along the scenic Old Passes Route back to Knysna, winding through the primeval forest of the Homtini. In Knysna, have a cruise on the lagoon to the Featherbed Nature Reserve. The Knysna Heads, two sandstone cliffs guarding the mouth of the lagoon connecting the estuary with the sea, is a dramatic viewpoint. Golfers will transfer to the Ernie Els Oubaai Golf Club for tee off. Overnight in George.

The following day, drive through the Outeniqua Pass to visit the Cango Caves, a series of colourful underground chambers with breathtaking limestone formations. In the afternoon, visit an ostrich farm. The ostrich boom of the early 20th century turned out many millionaires. Golfers will tee off at the Fancourt Golf Estate in the morning.

Later, board the train in Oudtshoorn and depart for Graaff Reinet where the next day, you have a walking tour of the town. Tucked into the bend of the Sundays River, the Karoo town of Graaff Reinet was established in 1786 and is the fourth oldest settlement in South Africa. It’s a stylish town with at least 200 historical buildings, restored pre-Victorian homes in almost every street and a collection of museums and galleries celebrating its past. Later in the morning, return to the train and depart for Kimberley, well known for the discovery of diamonds which led to its establishment in 1893. Here visit to the Big Hole and Diamond Museum. In the afternoon, visit the William Humphreys Art Gallery and McGregor Museum. Golfers will tee off at the Kimberley Golf Club. In the late afternoon, return to the train and travel to Bloemfontein for an overnight stop. Bloemfontein is the seat of the South African judicial system. At the end of the 19th century it was also the capital of the old Boer Republic of The Orange Free State.

A full day in Bloemfontein includes the Women’s Memorial, the Anglo Boer Museum with its graphic depiction of the hardship endured by all during the war and relates the history of South Africa from 1652 and the Oliewenhuis Art Museum, the former State President’s residence which now houses an extensive collection of South African art. The train then departs for Ladysmith.

In Ladysmith, there will be a full day of the battlefields taking in the Siege Museum, Wagon Hill where both the South Africans and British suffered heavy losses and was subsequently declared a National Monument in 1938 and Spionkop where you walk in the footsteps of three great leaders, Winston Churchill, Mahatma Gandhi and General Louis Botha. Golfers transfer today to the Champagne Sports Resort for tee off. Later, the train departs for Durban.

In Durban, you will have an all-day city tour. Drive along the Golden Mile promenade where numerous hotels and restaurants are situated with a visit to the Victoria Market. Enjoy the botanical gardens or uShaka Marine World, Africa’s largest marine theme park, where you can have lunch and spend your afternoon. Or you can have a spiritual tour to Mariannhill Monastery, and the Hare Krishna Temple, the spiritual settlement created by Mahatma Gandhi. You will see the Juma Musjid, the largest mosque in South Africa as well as the most opulent Hindu structure in the Southern Hemisphere, the Kendra Hindu Temple and Community Centre. Golfers will tee off at the Durban Country Club. Return to the train and continue to Empangeni.

The next morning, visit the UNESCO World Heritage site of , St Lucia (iSimangaliso) Wetland Park which covers over 600 000 acres from St Lucia in the south to the Mozambique border in the north and has spectacular diversity. The park boasts the highest bird count in all of Africa, the southern-most breeding spots for turtles in Africa, Africa’s tallest forested dunes, the largest remaining stands of sand forest and the biggest peat beds in the Southern Hemisphere. Later, visit Bushlands and DumaZulu Cultural Village situated in the heart of Zululand, near Hluhluwe. Golfers have the option to play golf at Zimbali. The train then departs for Hluhluwe.

Enjoy game drives in the oldest proclaimed nature reserve in Africa. Hluhluwe is known for its rich wildlife and conservation efforts. The park is the only state-run park in KwaZulu-Natal where all the Big Five game animals can be seen. Later board the train for Mpaka in Swaziland.

The tiny Kingdom of Swaziland is the second smallest country in Africa. The day’s tour will commence from Mpaka driving through the Ezulwini Valley passing the Ludzidzini Royal residence, stopping at Swazi Candles and Manzini where guests experience the Swazi market displaying a wide variety of skilfully crafted woodcarvings, colourful textiles and superb basketwork. After a visit to the capital city Mbabane, visit the Ngwenya Glass Complex. Golfers can transfer to Nkonyeni Golf Estate for tee off. Rejoin the train at Mpaka and depart for Malelane.

Here you will have a full day’s game viewing in Kruger National Park. This world renowned park is unrivalled in the diversity of its wildlife. Golfers can tee off at Leopard Creek, Nelspruit or White River. Return to the train at Malelane and depart for Nelspruit.

From Nelspruit, you will have an amazing experience visiting Pilgrim’s Rest where in 1873, gold was discovered in the area around this quaint town, now a living museum and national monument. Also visit the breathtaking Blyde River Canyon, a huge gorge carved into the face of an escarpment. The Three Rondavels, three huge rock spirals rising out of the far wall of the canyon and resembling African huts, present an unforgettable sight. Then it’s on to Bourke's Luck Potholes, strange deep cylindrical cavities formed by river erosion and floodwater. Finally take in the awesome God's Window where you have a panoramic view of a large part of the area.

Next day, continue to Pretoria, South Africa’s capital where you will have a choice of a tour of Pretoria and Soweto or a tour of Johannesburg and Soweto. The Pretoria tour includes the parliamentary Union Buildings, and the Voortrekker Monument which commemorates the Great Trek of the 1830s. The Johannesburg tour of the city includes Constitution Hill, Newtown to visit the Museum of Africa and Rosebank, which showcases a mix of first and third world cultures and arts and crafts from all over the African continent. Later, visit Soweto infused with the history of the struggle against apartheid with one million people. Soweto was made famous by the laws of Apartheid and is an amazing place to visit. Drive past the only street in Africa that once housed two Nobel Peace Laureates -- Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Nelson Mandela.

After this, return to Pretoria where your Shongololo train tour comes to an end.


This Shongololo Express Train Journey can be taken in the reverse direction from Pretoria to Cape Town with the same inclusions. See full details on itinerary page.

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Duration
15 Days
Prices From:
US$ 5,680

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Day 1

Cape Town Tour and Train Departure

8.00am Check-in at Rovos Rail Lounge, Cape Town Station.

9.00am Full-day tour of Cape Town.

2.30pm Transfer to the train at Cape Town Station.

4.00pm Train departs Cape Town for Worcester.

Your city tour commences with a walk through the Company Gardens, followed by a visit to the Bo-Kaap Museum. The first Malays arrived in the Cape as political refugees and slaves during the 17th century. Nearly two centuries after emancipation, these Islamic people moved into the area known today as the Bo-Kaap, building mosques with picturesque minarets and their own Georgian-style houses with Dutch influence. One of the oldest Cape Town buildings houses the museum which is furnished as a Muslim house of the 19th century and documents the history of the Cape Malays.

On your way to the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, you will stop at Diamond Works, where you will follow a tour of the diamond cutting studio, a jewellery manufacturing workshop, a jewellery design studio as well as a gemmological laboratory.

Your lunch stop will be at the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, a development that has brought new life to the old harbour of the Dutch East India Company in Table Bay. The complex offers shops, craft markets, restaurants, taverns, cinemas, theatres as well as great views over the harbour.

In the afternoon, you will drive through District Six, named the Sixth Municipal District of Cape Town in 1867. Originally established as a mixed community of freed slaves, merchants, artisans, labourers and immigrants, District Six was a vibrant centre with close links to the city and the port. By the beginning of the 20th century, however, the process of removals and marginalisation had begun. The first to be forced out were Black South Africans who were displaced from the District in 1901. As the more prosperous moved away to the suburbs, the area became a neglected ward of the city. On 11 February 1966 it was declared a white area under the Group Areas Act of 1950, and by 1982, the life of the community was over. More than 60 000 people were forcibly removed to barren outlying areas aptly known as the Cape Flats, and their houses in District Six were flattened by bulldozers. The District Six Museum, established in December 1994, works with the memories of the District Six experience and with that of forced removals more generally.

You will end your city tour with a visit to the Castle of Good Hope, the oldest surviving building in South Africa. This pentagonal fortification replaced a small clay and timber fort built by Commander Jan van Riebeeck in 1652 as a maritime replenishment station for the ships of the Dutch East India Company. The stone walls between the bastions are 150m long and 12m high. Distance travelled: appx. 90km.

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Duration14 Nights
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    Just like an ocean cruise, from the moment guests join the train, all their comforts are taken care of from accommodation, meals, recreation and sightseeing and - what a pleasure - there is only the need to unpack and pack once. The trains travel comfortably ...

    Just like an ocean cruise, from the moment guests join the train, all their comforts are taken care of from accommodation, meals, recreation and sightseeing and - what a pleasure - there is only the need to unpack and pack once.

    The trains travel comfortably and securely during the night to the next stop on the itinerary and guests awake each morning to a fresh vista on Africa and the anticipation of new and exciting adventures. In this way Shongololo Express guests can make the most of every precious holiday hour.

    The chefs offer menus that represent the many culinary influences of the region include Cape Dutch and Malay recipes as well as authentic African dishes. Meals are complemented by a selection of specially selected South African wines. It is the aim and the pleasure of every staff member on board to provide guests with a friendly and efficient service.

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Day 2

Drive to Hermanus over Scenic Mountain Drive

9.00am Drive the scenic route to Hermanus (120km).

4.00pm Return to train at Robertson and depart for Voorbaai for the overnight stop.

Optional: Golfers can play at Arabella (100km).
www.arabellacountryestate.co.za

You will travel over the Rooihoogte and Floorshoogte passes via the Overberg towns of Villiersdorp and Botrivier to Hermanus, once a renowned fish market and whaling station. The whale hunts were stopped by international treaty in 1935. The WWF includes Hermanus in its list of 12 best whale-viewing sites in the world, but it tops the list when it comes to land-based whale watching from the town's natural cliffs and in season (normally between July and November) whales can be seen from as close as 5 metres away.

Meal Plan Breakfast and Dinner
Day 3

Knysna Visit and Fancourt Dinner / Play at Ernie Els Oubaai

9.00am Transfer to Knysna with a lagoon ferry ride to Featherbed Nature Reserve OR enjoy shopping.

6.30pm Dinner at Fancourt Golf Estate. Overnight George.

GOLFERS:
9.00am Transfer to Ernie Els Oubaai Golf Club for tee off. Return to train in the late afternoon.
6.30pm Dinner at Fancourt Golf Estate. Overnight George.
www.oubaaigolfestate.co.za

Drive along the coast from George, situated in the heart of the Garden Route. The town itself sits on a 10km plateau between the majestic Outeniqua Mountains to the north and the Indian Ocean to the south. You will drive along the scenic Old Passes Route to Knysna, winding through the primeval forest of the Homtini, lying between lush forests and a peaceful lagoon. The Knysna Heads -- two sandstone cliffs guarding the mouth of the lagoon connecting the estuary with the sea -- is a dramatic viewpoint. Enjoy a lagoon ferry ride to the Featherbed Nature Reserve. Optional shopping at leisure. Distance travelled: appx. 180km.

Meal Plan Breakfast and Dinner
Day 4

Cango Caves and Ostrich Farm / Play at Fancourt Golf Estate

9.00am Drive the Outeniqua Pass to visit the Cango Caves. Afternoon visit to an ostrich farm.

3.30pm Board train in Oudtshoorn. Depart for Graaff Reinet.

GOLFERS:
9.00am Tee off at Fancourt Golf Estate.
2.00pm Drive the Outeniqua Pass to Oudtshoorn.
3.30 pm Board train in Oudtshoorn. Depart for Graaff Reinet.
www.fancourt.com

Surrounded by the natural beauty of this semi-desert region, Oudtshoorn is situated at the foot of the majestic Swartberg Mountain Range. Many rivers, streams and falls have their origins in the Swartberg, Outeniqua and Kammanassie mountains that surround the town. Oudtshoorn is regarded as the centre of the Klein Karoo and is world-renowned for its Cango Caves and the breeding of ostriches. The great natural wonder of the Cango Caves has a series of colourful underground chambers with breathtaking limestone formations. Oudtshoorn is famous for feathering the world in the time of the boa and grand hats. The ostrich boom of the early 20th century turned out many millionaires who, in turn, created elaborate lifestyles in this remote part of Africa.

Meal Plan Breakfast and Dinner
Day 5

Graaff Reinet Walking Tour

9.00am Enjoy a guided walking tour of Graaff Reinet.

11.00am Return to train and depart for Kimberley.

Tucked into the bend of the Sundays River, the Karoo town of Graaff Reinet was established in 1786 and is the fourth oldest settlement in South Africa. It's a stylish town with at least 200 historical buildings, restored pre-Victorian homes in almost every street and a collection of museums and galleries celebrating its past.

Meal Plan Breakfast and Dinner
Day 6

Kimberley Tour / Play at Kimberley Golf Club

9.00am Visit to the Big Hole and Diamond Museum.

Afternoon visit to the William Humphreys Art Gallery and McGregor Museum.

5.00pm Return to train and depart for Bloemfontein.

GOLFERS:
9.00am Tee off at Kimberley Golf Club.
5.00pm Return to train and depart for Bloemfontein for the overnight stop.

Capital of the Northern Cape, Kimberley is well known for the discovery of diamonds which led to its establishment in 1893. Highlights of the day include a visit to the Big Hole Diamond Mine Museum, followed by a lunch break at one of the restaurants in the city. After lunch, you will visit the William Humphreys Art Gallery and the McGregor House Museum. Distance travelled: appx. 162km.

Meal Plan Breakfast and Dinner
Day 7

Bloemfontein Tour

9.00am Morning tour of Bloemfontein including the Women's Memorial and Anglo Boer Museum.

11.00am Return to train and depart for Ladysmith.

1.00pm Enjoy lunch on board.

Bloemfontein is the seat of the South African judicial system. At the end of the 19th century it was also the capital of the old Boer Republic of The Orange Free State. Visit the Women's Memorial at the Anglo Boer War Museum. This monument is a reminder of life in the concentration camps and commemorates the 27 000 women and children who died in these camps. The Museum itself is a graphic depiction of the hardship endured by all during the war and relates the history of South Africa from 1652.

You will then take an orientation drive through Bloemfontein, capital of the Free State Province and also known as the Rose City. Your lunch stop is at the Loch Logan Waterfront, next to the city's newly renovated stadium, one of the venues during the 2010 Soccer World Cup. In the afternoon, you will drive up to Naval Hill which presents several beautiful panoramic views of the city. We end the day at the former State President's residence "Olivenhuis", which now houses an extensive collection of South African art. The gardens offer a relaxing atmosphere to round off the day before returning to the train. Distance travelled: appx. 50km.

Meal Plan Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Day 8

Battlefield Tour / Play at Champagne Sports Resort

9.00am Battlefields tour taking in the Siege Museum and Wagon Hill.

12.30pm Return to train for lunch and depart for Durban.

GOLFERS
7.00am One-hour transfer from Ladysmith Station to Champagne Sports Resort for tee off.

1.00pm Return to train for lunch and depart for Durban.

www.champagnesportsresort.com

Trace the course of the Anglo Boer Wars at the Siege Museum in Ladysmith. Wagon Hill is where both the South Africans and British suffered heavy losses and was subsequently declared a National Monument in 1938. Britain marched into the South African war in the spring of 1899, confident that it "would all be over by Christmas!" The war lasted three years and was to become the most costly Britain had ever fought. Distance travelled: appx. 180km.

Meal Plan Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Day 9

Durban Tour / Play at Durban Golf Course

9.00am Disembark in Durban for a cultural visit to PheZulu Safari Village and uShaka Marine World.

4.00pm Return to train and depart for Empangeni.

GOLFERS
9.00am Tee off at Durban Country Club.

4.00pm Return to train and depart for Empangeni for the overnight stop.

www.dcclub.co.za

Durban is the third largest city of South Africa and enjoys great importance due to its industry and its very large port. Thanks to the subtropical climate and the long stretches of beautiful beaches, large numbers of inlanders retreat to Durban in winter. An orientation tour of the city will allow you to see a very good mix of old and new, East and West with a touch of Africa. Visit PheZulu Safari Village and feel the rhythm of Africa. Enjoy uShaka Marine World, Africa’s largest marine theme park, where you can have lunch and spend your afternoon. Distance travelled: appx. 50km.

Meal Plan Breakfast and Dinner
Day 10

St Lucia Wetland Park Visit

9.00am Tour of the world-heritage site, St Lucia (iSimangaliso) Wetland Park.

3.30pm Board train and depart for Hluhluwe.

Optional: Golfers can play at Zimbali (128km).

iSimangaliso Wetland Park covers over 600 000 acres from St Lucia in the south to the Mozambique border in the north and has spectacular diversity. Declared a World Heritage site in 1999, the park covers a mosaic of landforms that have created a vast array of biomes to support a wide variety of animals, plants and birds. The park boasts the highest bird count in all of Africa, the southern-most breeding spots for turtles in Africa, Africa's tallest forested dunes, the largest remaining stands of sand forest and the biggest peat beds in the Southern Hemisphere.

Meal Plan Breakfast and Dinner
Day 11

Hluhluwe Game Drives

6.30am Early morning and afternoon game drives in Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park.

3.00pm Board train and depart for Mpaka, Swaziland, where border formalities take place.

As the oldest proclaimed nature reserve in Africa, Hluhluwe consists 960km² (96 000ha) of hilly topography 280km north of Durban in central Zululand and is known for its rich wildlife and conservation efforts. The park is the only state-run park in KwaZulu-Natal where all the Big Five game animals occur. Due to conservation efforts, the park now has the largest population of white rhino in the world. It is also one of the world's top spots for viewing Nyala and is a prime birding destination for 340 species. Distance travelled: appx. 250km.

Meal Plan Breakfast and Dinner
Day 12

Swaziland Tour / Play at Nkonyeni Golf Estate

8.00am One-hour transfer to Nkonyeni Golf Estate for tee off.

4.00pm After border formalities at Jeppes Reef, rejoin the train in Malelane.

www.nkonyeni.co.za

The tiny Kingdom of Swaziland covers only 17 000 square kilometres, making it the second smallest country in Africa. The day's tour will commence from Mpaka, driving through the Ezulwini Valley passing the Ludzidzini Royal residence, stopping at Swazi Candles and Manzini where guests experience the Swazi market: a hive of activity displaying a wide variety of skilfully crafted woodcarvings, colourful textiles and superb basketwork for which Swazis are renowned. After a visit to the capital city Mbabane enjoy a lunch stop at Mantenga Lodge with an afternoon visit to the Ngwenya Glass Complex. Distance travelled: appx. 280km.

Meal Plan Breakfast and Dinner
Day 13

Kruger Park Game Drive / Play at Leopard Creek, Nelspruit or White River

6.30am Full-day game drive in the Kruger Park.

5.00pm Rejoin train in Malelane.

7.00pm Depart for Nelspruit.

GOLFERS:
9.00am Tee off at Leopard Creek, Nelspruit or White River.

5.00pm Rejoin train in Malelane.

7.00pm Depart for Nelspruit.

www.leopardcreek.com * www.nelspruitgolfclub.co.za * http://www.whiterivergolf.com

The world-renowned Kruger National Park has 2-million hectares of unrivalled in diversity of life forms. It is a world leader in advanced environmental management techniques and home to an impressive number of species, e.g. 336 species of trees, 49 species of fish, 34 species of amphibians, 114 species of reptiles, 507 species of birds and 147 species of mammals including the Big Five. Distance travelled: appx. 220km..

Meal Plan Breakfast and Dinner
Day 14

Panorama Route

9.00am Full-day tour of historical areas Pilgrim's Rest, Bourke's Luck Potholes and God's Window.

5.00pm Rejoin train in Nelspruit and depart for Witbank.

GOLFERS:
9.00am Tee off at Leopard Creek, Nelspruit or White River

5.00pm Rejoin train in Nelspruit.

7.00pm Depart for Witbank for the overnight stop.

www.leopardcreek.com * www.nelspruitgolfclub.co.za * http://www.whiterivergolf.com

Today you will visit the village of Pilgrim's Rest, a living museum and declared a National Monument. Gold was discovered in this area in 1873, attracting 1500 prospectors. Today, many of the restored miner's houses serve as shops and restaurants. After lunch, you will visit Bourke's Luck Potholes, which are strange deep cylindrical cavities formed by river erosion and floodwater. God's Window is one of the Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve's most spectacular viewpoints, with astonishing views over South Africa's Lowveld (so-named because it is much lower than the high escarpment along which the Panorama Route runs). At God's Window, majestic cliffs plunge down 700m and, on a clear day, you'll be able to see over the famous Kruger National Park towards the Lebombo Mountains on South Africa's border. Distance travelled: appx 280km.

Meal Plan Breakfast and Dinner
Day 15

Arrival in Pretoria With a Tour of Soweto and Pretoria

10.00am Arrive at Rovos Rail Station, Pretoria. Check out of train. Luggage will be stored at the station.

11.00am Tour of Pretoria and Soweto.

6.00pm Return to Rovos Rail Station. Tour ends.

Soweto comprises one-million people and was made famous by the Apartheid laws. You will pass the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital (the largest hospital in the Southern Hemisphere) and also drive past the only street in Africa that once housed two Nobel Peace laureates, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Nelson Mandela. After that, you will also visit the Hector Petersen Memorial, named after one of the first students to be killed in the 1976 uprising against the Apartheid government.

You will spend the afternoon in Pretoria, the administrative capital of South Africa, visiting the Union Buildings. Designed by the famous colonial English architect, Sir Herbert Baker, and completed in 1913, the Union Buildings house the offices of the President and Ministers. Before leaving the capital behind, you will visit the Voortrekker Monument that commemorates the 'Great Trek' of the 1830s. Distance travelled: appx. 265km.

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DEPARTURES:

Northbound: 2018: Mar 20*; Nov 20
Southbound: 2018: Feb 1; Oct 4 

*Save 10% on the March 20 departure and also enjoy a complimentary pre-night in Cape Town, and a complimentary night in Pretoria, if booked by 30 Nov 2017!

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Prices are "from" per person based on twin/double share accommodation and for travel in low season. Seasonal surcharges and blackout dates may apply. Limited seat/spaces and all pricing is subject to change and availability. Rates for single or triple travellers are available on request - please enquire..

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