Best of South Africa Golfing Safari
Experience the best of South African golf with all the best perks - wine, leisure, city break, and safari.
- 18 holes at The Links at Fancourt, South Africa’s #1 course
- Stay at the award-winning Cape Grace in the V&A Waterfront
- Enjoy a private guided tour of the beautiful Cape Peninsula
- Experience a luxury Big 5 safari in the famous Kruger Park
- Play Leopard Creek, where golfing hazards take on a new dimension
Garden Route, Cape Town, Cape Winelands, Kruger National Park
Nature - Victoria Falls
Commence your journey at Fancourt, where you’ll play the #1 and #2 ranked courses in South Africa. Next it’s down to Cape Town then on to the Cape Winelands and finally the Kruger Park. At each stop, partake in superb golf, visit unmissable highlights from Table Mountain and Cape Point, taste award-winning wines and an unforgettable Big 5 safari.
Arrive into George, South Africa. Take today to relax and rejuvenate following a long day of travels.
Partake in rounds of golf at your hotel, The Fancourt. Not only will you play the Fancourt Montagu and Pezula Championship courses, but also you will take your shot a the Links at Fancourt. Sculpted into what Gary Player has described as his greatest feat as a course designer, The Links is the golfing hallmark of Fancourt. Featuring an undulating, windswept terrain and dune-style landscape, the course is the collaborative handiwork of golfing icon, Gary Player, course designer, Phil Jacobs and its owner, Dr Hasso Plattner. The Links is currently ranked as the number one golf course in the country by Golf Digest South Africa, and 38th in Golf Digest US edition’s list of the world’s 100 greatest golf courses that compared 464 courses from 18 countries around the globe. Transformed from an airfield into an amazing piece of environmental and golfing heritage, The Links has hosted some of the most prestigious tournaments in the world, including the Presidents Cup (2003), the SA Open (2005) and the 2012 Volvo Golf Champions European Tour. Inspired by the famous links courses of the British Isles, The Links is considered a masterpiece and plays host to a range of global golfing legends including John Bland, Justin Rose, Retief Goosen, Branden Grace and Ernie Els.
Venture to Cape Town. Resting at the confluence of the Indian and Atlantic oceans, situated between the slopes of the iconic Table Mountain and the glistening sapphire waters of Table Bay, the exceptionally scenic city of Cape Town is in a class of its own. Some cities boast rich culture, vibrant nightlife, a cosmopolitan atmosphere and extraordinary architecture, while others boast breathtaking landscapes and extraordinary natural wonders. Cape Town is fortunate to be blessed with all of these attractions and so much more. With its bustling harbour, world-class beaches, top-notch vineyards, and its mountainous surroundings brimming with diverse flora and fauna, Cape Town consistently captivates the hearts of all who visit.
Take today to play a round at the Steenberg Golf Club. The Steenberg Golf Club is rated as one of the top three courses to visit in South Africa, while the Estate itself has earned global recognition as a flagship residential address. Situated mere minutes from the Cape Town city centre, Steenberg is a first-class destination for fine dining, wines of origin and luxury hotel accommodation. Steeped in the Cape Dutch tradition, history has an elegant, almost tangible quality at Steenberg. Nestled in the crook of the Constantiaberg Mountains, the Estate is a piece of time-crafted perfection some three centuries in the making.
Experience the surroundings of Cape Town on a full day Cape Peninsula excursion. You can opt to visit Seal Island, Hout Bay, the Boulders penguin colony, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, and Cape Point.
Depart Cape Town for the Winelands. Resting at the foot of the Boland Mountains, the Cape Winelands is renowned for producing some of the world’s finest wines. The breathtakingly beautiful landscape boasts incredible mountain scenery and numerous luxury wine farms laden with vineyards stretching across lush fertile valleys. Visitors can look forward to a variety of wonderful activities including: exploring a collection of historic little hamlets and towns dotting the countryside, sampling a wide selection of world-class wine at a historic Cape Dutch farmstead as well as many other wine estates; and enjoying a network of hiking and biking trails traversing the picturesque landscape. While the wine is undoubtedly the highlight of the region, visitors can also enjoy a meal at some of the country’s best restaurants offering delicious food and wine pairings.
Enjoy a round of at the Pearl Valley Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Estate. The majestic Simonsberg and Drakenstein Mountains provide a dramatic backdrop to one of Val de Vie’s most notable features: the acclaimed Pearl Valley Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course, which was shaped by the golf legend himself. Nicklaus’ unique touch is evident throughout the course and as such, it was recognised as one of the top 10 courses in South Africa for 10 consecutive years by Golf Digest magazine.
Experience the the magic of the Winelands today. Explore Stellenbosch, Franschoek, Huguenot Memorial, and the Paarl Wine Region.
Kruger National Park
Depart the Cape today for the safari aspect of your holiday, as you make your way to Southern Kruger. The southern area of South Africa’s most famous game reserve is separated from lush farmland by the Crocodile River, a popular spot for lazy crocs, playful hippos and thirsty animals. The game viewing area is known as the ‘Southern Circle’ and is renowned for its rhinos and lions, of which there are different prides with definitive hunting techniques and behaviours. Also found here, near the Hippo Pool, are ancient San rock paintings.
Kruger National Park
Today, partake in a safari game drive as well as play a round at Leopard Creek Golf Club. Golfing hazards take on a new dimension at Leopard Creek, for much of the water is home to the magnificent creatures for which the river is named, crocodiles. The 505 meter par-five 13th is one of Leopard Creek’s most memorable holes. Here the green is right on the edge of the Crocodile river but 32 meters above the level of the water, offering magnificent views up the river and into the Kruger Park. Gary Player is especially proud of the par-five 18th with its island green and the par-four 9th with its peninsula green jutting out of the same body of water.
Kruger National Park
Kruger National Park
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