the primary goal of clients on PerryGolf trips is usually to
enjoy an outstanding golf travel experience, oftentimes they
wish to experience the richness of a country’s history
has experienced drivers who will ensure that a group will make
the most of their time at any of our destinations, enjoying
both golf and sightseeing where time permits. For those clients
who elect a self drive option, we provide maps and sightseeing
For information on the sightseeing opportunities that exist in the golfing areas of your destination country, click on one of the images below to learn more about the area of your choice.
This is golf’s holy land. There are 65-75 clubs we can recommend that you
would never get tired of playing. It’s cool here in the summer, the caddies
are good help and even better fun. The majority of the clubs are clustered so
it’s easy to get around plus they’re famous for their history, or
their championships, or their charm, or all three. Many who visit consider it
to be a life time achievement. We understand and take it deeply to heart, whether
our Guests play or not.
Scotland Ireland England & Wales
The European Mediterranean shares an extraordinary amount
of human history along with the most creative traditions
on the planet for food and wine plus 16,562 miles of
coastline favored fondly as the world’s playground.
It’s hot here in more ways than one, so except
for Portugal along the Atlantic, it’s a trip for
the spring or fall. If however, summer is your window
ask your PerryGolf Specialist about Italy’s Lake
Portugal & Spain France Italy
South Africa is four vacations in one; golf, wine, Cape
Town and a safari. If you add luxury travel by train,
make it five. The safari you want is in Kruger National
Park where you’ll play splendid Leopard Creek where
you will watch animals while they watch you as you play!
If you enjoy fine wine, we’ll arrange a tour of
the Winelands near Cape Town which continues to prosper
as one of the world’s great cities.
Hollywood’s “middle earth” rises over 12,000
feet in the Southern Alps with ten million year old glaciers
and thousand foot fiords. Noisy tropical rainforests share
the two islands with semi-arid regions where a respected
new wine industry is making a name for itself. The west coast
is rugged and raging while the east coast is for sunshine
and scuba diving. Catch a sailboat while you’re here
and be sure to play Cape Kidnappers, the most astounding
golf course in the world.
Our favorite Australia begins
for golf, great beaches, the very Great Barrier Reef plus
Sydney is the east coast. When it turns into the southern
coast, you’ll find Melbourne’s famous Sand
Belt: an amazing cluster of eight vintage layouts found
within six square miles of each other, all dating from
the 1920’s or before, including Dr. Alister MacKenzie’s
Royal Melbourne. Better still, you’ll be within 1
hour and 10 minutes from Tasmania where Barnbougle Lost
Farm has joined Barnbougle Dunes to form one of the best
combinations there is.
more information on sightseeing options at our various destinations
visit our sightseeing area.
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