• One night accommodation in a Pullman Suite* on board the luxurious Rovos Rail with all meals, snacks & selected local drinks, to from PTA to Hoedspruit
▪ A scheduled flight on SA Airlink to / from OR Tambo International Johannesburg to Hoedspruit Airport
▪ Return road transfers from Hoedspruit Airport to chosen Thornybush Lodge
Combine overnight Luxury Train Travel with a Big 5 Safari experience at a luxury Thornybush collection Lodge in either the Thornybush or Sabi Sand Game Reserves. A scheduled flight on SA Airlink from OR Tambo International, Johannesburg to Hoedspruit Airport [Eastgate] One night accommodation in a Pullman Suite* on board the luxurious Rovos Rail with all meals, snacks & selected local drinks Two nights accommodation at your chosen luxury Thornybush Collection Game Lodge with all meals, morning & evening game drives, optional bush walks, teas, coffees, snacks & conservation fees
Return road transfers from Hoedspruit Airport to chosen Thornybush Lodge
|R19,950 p.p. Thornybush Game lodge package 3 Nights|
|R19,950 p.p. Serandelle & Monwana Lodge|
|R20,930 p.p. Thornybush Waterside Game Lodge|
|R28,895 p.p. Simbambili & Sabi Sands|
|R21,700 p.p. Thornybush Game Lodge|
|R23,540 p.p. Saseka Tented Camp|
|R23,540 p.p. Thornybush River Lodge|
PAYMENT TERMS:A non-refundable 50% deposit is required within 3 days of booking. Final payment will be required 60 days prior to your departure date.
*Deluxe Suite on Rovos Rail will carry a supplement of R 1,100 per person sharing
*Royal Suite on Rovos Rail will carry a supplement of R 4,000 per person sharing
guests staying at Simbambili Game Lodge will be transferred by chartered
Federal Air Flights
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