Golf Tour Sample Itinerary


Whether its golf, sightseeing or shopping – we can personalise your holiday to suit your stay in South Africa. Depending on the duration of your holiday and your budget we can suggest itineraries to suit you – for Cape Town, Durban, Sun City or the Kruger National park. You may choose to drive in hired vehicles or be escorted by our experienced tour guides. In both cases routes are suggested to ensure a safe and memorable holiday.


Here’s a sample itinerary for a 12 to 14 day holiday based in Cape Town.


Cape Town – Stellenbosch – Franschhoek – Hermanus


Day 1 – Cape Town

• Arrive Cape Town International Airport

• Frank Mc Donogh to meet you at the airport

• Transfer to Guest House or Hotel in Cape Town

• Evening Welcome Braai (barbeque)/Dinner to discuss your holiday


Day 2 – Central Cape Town

• See the wonderful sights of Cape Town – take the cable car up Table Mountain, or take the ferry to see Nelson Mandela’s prison cell on Robben Island. Or just relax at some of the many restaurants and pubs at the V&A Waterfront with stunning views of the “table cloth” on Table Mountain.


Day 3 – Golf & African Experience

• Golf at Erinvale GC, Somerset West – the venue for the 2006 World Cup of Golf and two South African Open Championships.

• An African Experience at Moyo on Spier Wine Estate near Stellenbosch. Moyo is set in a garden with tents and gazebos spread out under a 300    year old oak tree. Traditional African dancers will entertain you while you enjoy the African buffet that spans 30 yards – a true African    gastronomic experience.


Day 4 – Stellenbosch Winelands

• After a leisurely morning set off on a 30 minute drive to Stellenbosch  for a wine tasting and lunch at one of the Cape’s most stunning wine    estates – Tokara. Set on top of the mountain pass between  Stellenbosch & Franschhoek, Tokara is famous for its award-winning    wines. Lunch at the Tokara Restaurant is guaranteed to be one of the    highlights of your holiday.

• Return to Cape Town after another wine tasting at the Ernie Els wine estate between Stellenbosch and Somerset West.


Day 5 – Golf

• Golf at Spier Golf Estate, Stellenbosch – the venue for the 2007 World Amateur Golf Championships (Eisenhower Trophy)

• Dinner at one of Cape Town’s famous restaurants such as Blues in Camp’s Bay.


Day 6 – Cape Point

• After an early breakfast set off for Cape Point – where the waters of    the Atlantic and Indian Oceans meet. Enjoy the views of False Bay    from Muizenberg to Fish Hoek and onto Cape Point in the Cape of  Good Hope Nature Reserve. Stop off for lunch, visit Boulders Beach to view the African Penguin Colony and visit Mineral World for some special gifts and jewellery.


Day 7 – Golf

• Golf at Clovelly GC – one of Cape Town’s oldest and most popular golf courses.


Day 8 – Hermanus

• Take a leisurely drive along the “other” side of False Bay from Cape Town to Somerset West, Gordon’s Bay, Rooi Els, Pringle Bay and into    Hermanus. This route along Clarence Drive is ranked by travel  publications as one of the Top 10 most scenic drives in the world. Depending on the time of year you may see Southern Right Whales    frolicking in the bay around Hermanus (Sept to Dec)


Day 9 – Golf

• Golf at Atlantic Beach GC on the west coast 30 minutes drive from Cape Town. With Table Mountain as its backdrop the views from the golf course could well distract you from your game.

• Take a Sunset Cruise of Table Bay. Depart from the V&A Waterfront    and as the sun sets on Table Mountain enjoy the views of Bantry Bay, Camps Bay, Robben Island, Lions Head & Hout Bay.

• Dinner at the Waterfront


Day 10 – Relax or Safari

• Catch up on some of the places you may have missed, visit another winery or two, shop for some sparkling South African diamonds or visit    some of Cape Town’s African markets and/or shopping centres. Or you may wish to go on a safari to a game reserve a couple of hours drive from Cape Town.


Day 11 – Golf

• Golf at Pearl Valley Golf Estate, near Paarl, the venue for the 2007 & 2008 South African Open Championship.

• Farewell dinner in Cape Town.


Day 12 – Shop & Pack

• Catch up on last minute shopping or sightseeing.

• Depart Cape Town International Airport.


During a 10 to 14 day holiday it’s possible to take a trip to the Garden Route in Knysna. However, please bear in mind that the journey by road from Cape Town to Knysna takes approx. 5 hours.