South Africa – The World In One Country!

No matter where you choose to play your golf in

South Africa you’ll be astounded by the sheer variety of places to see and things to do in this colourful country.

Cape Town

Cape Town, Africa’s southernmost city, offers a wealth of history and breathtaking beauty. Take a 7 minute cable car ride up Table Mountain and witness some views you’ll remember forever.

A short ferry trip from Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront takes you to Robben Island and Nelson Mandela’s prison cell where you can experience the view that kept alive the dream of freedom for all South Africans.

Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, the most beautiful garden in Africa, is situated on the eastern slopes of Table Mountain. Kirstenbosch is a haven for many of South Africa’s indigenous plants and is fast becoming one of the most popular destinations in South Africa.

Cape Winelands

The Cape Winelands is renowned for high quality, inexpensive wines. The Winelands are famous for their spell bound beauty, superb restaurants and hospitable hosts.

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There are many wine routes to choose from to pursue the delights of tasting wines, understanding the wine making process and savouring excellent foods. Frank & Kathy can organise your own personal wine tastings with some of the Cape’s best-known wine masters and wine makers.

The Garden Route

Four to five hours drive from Cape Town is the majestic Garden Route. This is Africa’s southernmost coastline – a place of natural unspoilt beauty flanked by the Outeniqua Mountains and the Indian Ocean. Your journey to the Garden Route can take in Route 62 – the world’s longest wine route. Route 62 winds its way through the Breede River valley, through quaint old fashioned towns and villages with awe-inspiring mountainous landscapes. Or deviate a little from Route 62/N2 and visit Cape Agulhas – the southernmost tip of Africa where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet.

Game Reserves (Safaris)

Africa’s Big Five – Elephant, Leopard, Rhino, Lion and Buffalo - are to be found in many of the country’s game reserves. If you fly into Johannesburg en route to Cape Town you can visit the Kruger National Park and stay at one of the many public or private game reserves. Alternatively, you could travel down the Garden Route from Knysna towards East London and view the Big Five at one of the malaria-free game reserves in the southern/eastern Cape.

Apart from game reserves there are numerous beautiful unspoilt nature reserves for those who enjoy rambling on nature trails. Day trips, such as seasonal whale watching, fishing trips, or shark viewing in cages, allow you to take in the natural beauty of the country.

The Cape has a floral kingdom that features among the World Heritage sites. The number of “fynbos” (wild flora) species is unparalleled in the rest of the world. Kirstenbosch Gardens in Cape Town provides a wonderful setting for day walks or for the more energetic, a hike to the top of Table Mountain.

Sun City

The Palace of the Lost City at Sun City is one of South Africa’s premier tourist attractions. After playing the Gary Player Country Club at Sun City or testing your golfing skills on the Lost City course you can relax in the unique African bush veld or take in a game drive in the adjacent game reserve. For the more adventurous, Sun City is the gambling capital of South Africa.