Official reply to an enquiry dated 15 December 2010:
'All return trips are double the fare.
'PLZ-JNB Tourist class (sleeper accommodation) fare will be R460.00 per adult single, children 0 - 9 pay 50%.
Tourist Class Frequency: Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.
PLZ-JNB departure time is 15:00 arriving the next morning at 11:35.
JNB-PLZ departure time is 13:15, arriving the next day at 09h:15.
CPT-JNB the fare will be R620.00 per adult single on the sleeper accommodation and R300.00 on the Economy class (sitter accommodation), Children 0-9 pay 50%.
Tourist Class & Economy Class frequency daily on both directions. CPT-JNB departure time is 10:00 arriving the next day at 12:16.
JNB-CPT departure time is 12:30 arriving the next afternoon at 15:30.
DUR - JNB Economy sleeper (sleeper accommodation) fare is R300.00 per adult single, children 0-9 pay 50% of the fare. All return trips are double the fare.
Economy Sleeper Class: Frequency every day except Tuesdays in both directions.
JNB-DUR departure time is 18:30 arriving the next day at 07:21.
DUR-JNB departure time is 19:15 arriving the next day at 07:14.
CPT-DUR Tourist class (sleeper accommodation) fare will be R740.00 per adult single.
Tourist Class: CPT-DUR departure time is 18:50 Mondays arriving on Wednesday at 08:10.
DUR-CPT departure time is 18:30 Wednesdays arriving on Friday at 08h:45.
NB: Fares are subject to change without any given notice and space is subject to availability. Please call central reservations to check availability and to make reservations.
086 000 8888 or +27 11 774 4555.
Web: www.shosholozameyl.co.za / www.premierclasse.co.za
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