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The five-star Rovos Rail is a classic train whose cars have been painstakingly refurbished to recall the elegance of the Edwardian era. The train carries 72 passengers in 36 superbly appointed suites that include twin or double beds and ensuite bathrooms with hot showers. National Geographic has reserved 12 spacious Deluxe Suites which include a lounge area. There are two Royal Suites available on a first come, first serve basis for an additional cost.The wood-paneled dining and lounge cars capture the atmosphere of a bygone era, and the observation car features large windows and an open-air balcony. The trains may be hauled by steam, diesel, or electric locomotives at various stages of the journey.
Guests spot wildlife while aboard the train.
The spacious observation car features large windows.