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Rovos Rail African Golf Collage

10 nights from £4,495 pp

Package Includes:
  • Flights from the UK
  • Transfers
  • 8 nights on board Rovos Rail
  • 5 rounds of golf
  • Full Board
  • Extensions available
  • Contact us for departure dates

Package Includes:

  • Flights from the U.K
  • Transfers
  • 8 nights on board Rovos Rail
  • 5 rounds of golf
  • Full Board
  • Extensions Available
  • Contact us for departure dates

Mark & Marcella experience the world's most luxurious train the Rovos Rail

NON-GOLFERS Collage excursions

  • Game drive in the Kruger Park with lunch.
  • Game drive in the Hluhluwe Reserve in Zululand.
  • City tour of Durban.
  • Visit to Ardmore Ceramics.
  • City tour of Bloemfontein.
  • Game drive at Addo Elephant Park.
  • Two-hour ostrich-farm visit
  • Travel the Garden Route to Riversdale.
  • Tour of the KWV Brandy Distillery in Paarl.



Built by George Waterman and fellow professional golfer Laurie Waters, the Durban Country Club was established in 1922 and has a  proud  history.  The difficulties these men faced  were  immense  as  all  earth-moving  had  to  be  done manually, giant sand dunes were flattened and dense bush  and trees chopped down and carted away. Renowned for its classic Cape Dutch architecture, lush vegetation, undulating fairways, sand dunes and beautiful setting overlooking the Indian Ocean, the Club has been the venue of choice for many an important celebration in its rich history.



This ultra-exclusive world-class facility is the brainchild of magnate Johan Rupert and, as can be expected, no expense was spared. Bordered to the north and the west by the picturesque Crocodile River and the Kruger National Park, the course represents African golf at its best with indigenous  bushveld  bordering the immaculate fairways and  greens. Innovative architectural and landscaping techniques ensure the course is naturally protected from animals, while lakes and small streams divert through the development to create scenic vistas and interesting golf strategies. Hazards take a new dimension for much of the water is home to the magnificent creatures for which the river is named...crocodiles.



Situated on the sand dunes on the shores of Algoa Bay, this true links courseis characterised by thick coastal bush, swales, humps and hollows. Although the fairways are wide and undulating in order to compensate for the strong winds, the rough that borders them is unforgiving. The holes are simple yet neat, the gulf greens are fast and firm, the few bunkers are well positioned with tough, steep faces and there are no water hazards.



In designing Oubaai, Ernie Els and his team have taken full advantage of the spectacular landscape with the support of Nicklaus Design. The philosophy is based on flexibility where concepts are moulded according to the landscape, not vice versa. With its special cliff-side location and high vantage point above rivers and valleys, the initial impression will be of large open fairways, superb directional and protective bunkers and large undulating greens, but be assured that despite the seeming freedom off the tee there is a strategy that requires intelligent positioning of each shot.


THE LINKS - Over 700 000 cubic metres of earth was moved to transform flat land into this dune-style terrain. Each hole received detailed attention to ensure the balance of length, shot values and position of hazards.

MONTAGU - This course is exquisitely conditioned with a glorious parkland layout covering large tracts of varying terrain on rolling land. Mature trees, flowerbeds, shrubs and water hazards provide a colourful contrast.

OUTENIQUA - Named after the mountain range overlooking the area, this parklands course is regarded as the easier one being more open in appearance, yet it has its share of challenges and risk-and-reward moments.


The Train

General make-up of the train Locomotive, generator car, staff car, guest sleepers, a non-smoking lounge car (26 guests), two non-smoking 42-seat dining cars (if required, plenty of space for the maximum of 72 guests carried), kitchen car, guest sleepers, smoking lounge and Observation Car (32 guests) at the tail.

Cuisine Meals are served in one sitting only in the charming Victorian atmosphere of the dining cars and are complemented by a selection of fine South African wines. An enthusiastic team of chefs is responsible for overseeing the very important task of ensuring guests’ every need is catered for. There’s an accent on fresh local ingredients and traditional dishes such as game are a specialty.  Breakfast is between 07h00 and 10h00, lunch at 13h00, tea at 16h30 and a formal dinner at 19h30. A gong heralds lunch and dinner.

Dress For days on the train dress is smart casual. Evening attire is more formal – for the gentlemen a jacket and tie is a minimum requirement while for ladies we suggest cocktail/evening dresses or suits. Please include warm clothing for cold mornings and evenings.

Mobile Devices and Internet In maintaining the spirit of travel of a bygone era, there are no radios or television sets on board. The use of mobile phones, laptops and essentially anything that has the ability to disturb other passengers is confined to the privacy of your suites.

Smoking is only allowed in the privacy of your suite and in the Club Lounge.

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