Safari is a good way to explore African nature. The route of the Rovos Rail Train Hotel is approximately 3,200 km long and is surrounded by the stunning scenery of the South African region. The journey begins in Pretoria. From there, passengers arrive at Kimberley, the former diamond rush town where Big Hole is located, one of the world's largest hand-dug mines. Moving further into the Kalahari Desert, the train visits the vibrant capital of Namibia, Windhoek, and then crosses the Namib Desert. The final stop is Swakopmund, a beautifully preserved town of German settlers located on the coast of Namibia.