Travel Deal of the Week: Timeless Train Travel in Africa


  Our friends over at Goway are offering two unique Rail Travel opportunities for 2016.

Departures are guaranteed but as always these rail trips are popular so they may sell out soon! Call us to find out more or to book a seat: 503-224-0180 or email


1. Rovos Rail

January 16, 2016: Cape Town, South Africa to Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

Celebrate sleek, modern train travel from your own deluxe cabin. Experience luxury at its finest with world-class service, exceptional wining/dining, and old world ambiance. Coaches are adorned in ornate teak panels and period décor. Internationally renowned as one of the world’s leading travel experiences, this five-star journey will take you on a 15-day expedition through villages, Selous Game Reserve, Victoria Falls and so much more.


2. Shongololo Rail Journey

March 22, 2016: Good Hope to Johannesburg

Goway offers a 2-for-1 special on their March 22 departure. The 14-Day Good Hope is a comprehensive tour of South African destinations including Kruger National Park, Zululand, Klein Karoo, the Winelands and the Garden Route. Named after a “millipede,” the Shongololo is one of the unusual and valued ways to explore Africa. Since 1995, the train has offered an incredible, affordable trip in your very own twin-bedded compartment. The train travels by night and days are packed with a delightful smorgasbord of sights and scenery.

Come in and have a chat with us about these trips or other unique itineraries!

We at Wittravel never recommend tours that we wouldn’t suggest to our own friends and family.


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