The Pride of Africa
By Sukie Chapman
10 February 2015
All great rail holidays must feature elements of luxury, refinement and tradition. The Pride of Africa has all of this and more.Read more
The town of Upington is located in the Northern Cape province of South Africa, situated on the banks of the Orange River. It was established as a town in 1884, having originated as a Christian Mission Station in 1875. It takes its name from Sir Thomas Upington, who was the Attorney-General of the Cape at the time. Upington is now known primarily as a wine town, enjoying its location in the Orange River Wine Cellar. The pretty area on the river banks around Upington accounts for almost half of South Africa's wine exports.
Discover the highlights of Namibia and South Africa on this fantastic holiday by rail. Explore Cape Town and Table Mountain, see the Big Five in Etosha National Park, experience the mighty Sossusvlei and enjoy six indulgent nights on the incredible Pride of Africa - the world's most lavish and luxurious hotel train.… see more
16 days from £8,790 ppView tour details >