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    Great Rail Journeys

Discover the world by rail

What better way to see the world than by taking a scenic train journey? But we don’t offer just ordinary train journeys – we have chosen some of the most incredible railway journeys in the world!

Enjoy the ultimate in luxury aboard the Rocky Mountaineer or Pride of Africa, take an incredible journey aboard the Kalka Shimla Railway and discover Switzerland’s most scenic railway, the Glacier Express – the adventure is yours!

An aerial view of the Rocky Mountaineer passing through the mountainous landscape of Canada

The Rocky Mountaineer

Take one of the most luxurious rail journeys in the world and travel through the spectacular wild beauty of West Canada to the awe-inspiring Rocky Mountains.

Enjoy freshly-prepared five-star quality cuisine and drinks as you gaze at the ever-changing scenery and spot wildlife such as bears and eagles.

Passengers watch on as deer run alongside the Rovos Rail train

The Pride of Africa

Billed as ‘the most luxurious train journey in the world’ Rovos Rail’s Pride of Africa harks back to a by-gone era with lovingly restored vintage carriages, a sumptuous Edwardian-style dining cart and Pullman and Deluxe suites.

Journey from Victorian Falls to Pretoria and en-route go on safari, cross the Victoria Falls, enjoy sundowner cruises on the Chobe and Zambezi rivers, discover the Zulu Battlefields and Cape Town.

Kalkañ Shimla Railway travelling through India

Great Indian Rail Journey

Step aboard as you explore northern India on six rail journeys. Discover India’s ‘Golden Triangle’ comprising the cities of north-west India – Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, capital of the Rajasthan. Head further north to Amritsar, Chandigarh, and Shimla in the Himalayan foothills. Apart from the iconic ‘toy train’ mountain railway, look forward to travelling in air-conditioned carriages and staying in 4-star hotels.