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This epic 16-day fully guided journey covers the best of the Cape, Garden Route, Winelands and Kruger National Park. You will stay in the very best boutique hotel, 4 of which are regularly included on global "BEST HOTEL" lists.  The golf is also excellent with 7 rounds, 5 of which are in the top 10 in South Africa. 
It is a trip that can easily be redesigned for additional interests or to combine with a trip to Victoria Falls and Botswana. 
 

Sample Itinerary in Brief
Day 1: US Depart
Day 2: Fancourt Manor House
Day 3: Fancourt - The Montagu
Garden Route
Fancourt Manor House
Day 4: Klein Karoo
Fancourt Manor House
Day 5: Fancourt - The Links
Plettenberg
Fancourt Manor House
Day 6: Pinnacle Point
Birkenhead House
Day 7: Birkenhead House
Day 8: Arabella
La Residence
Day 9: Cape Winelands
La Residence
Day 10: Pearl Valley
Cape Town
Cape Grace
Day 11: Table Mountain & City
Cape Grace
Day 12: Steenberg
Cape Grace
Day 13: Cape Peninsula Tour
Cape Grace
Day 14: Jock Safari Lodge
Day 15: Safari Activities
Jock Safari Lodge
Day 16: Leopard Creek
Jock Safari Lodge
Day 17: Safari Day
Jock Safari Lodge
Day 18: Depart South Africa

<Day 2 4 nights ~ Fancourt Manor House

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Your Itinerary

Blanco House, the 150 year-old original Manor House and National Monument set on the 613 hectare Fancourt Estate was meticulously remodelled to create a boutique hotel that offers old-world, new-world and out of this world beauty and elegance. The Manor House offers a unique combination of classic opulence and the indulgent sophistication of a 21st century boutique hotel.

<Day 3 ~ Fancourt Hotel

Today play Fancourt - The Montagu (tbc). Designed by Gary Player and remodeled in 2004 by David McKlay-Kidd (Bandon Dunes), the Montagu is South Africa's best parkland golf course. With the highest levels of conditioning and true championship layout, The Montagu at Fancourt sets the standards by which all other courses in South Africa are measured.
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<Day 5 ~ Fancourt Hotel

Today play Fancourt - The Links (tbc). Ranked  #1 in South Africa.Created from a previously flat piece of land, over 700 000 cubic metres of earth was moved in transforming it into a typical Links style. The course presents undulating windswept terrain and dune-style landscape and is the only such course in South Africa. Every hole has received detailed attention to ensure that the overall balance in terms of length, position of hazards and shot values are in harmony. As a result, The Links presents a stern test in all weather conditions. This is a walking course with caddies.Host course of the 2003 Presidents Cup, 2005 Women's World Cup and 2006 South African Open.  Carts and caddies are available.

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<Day 6 ~ Pinnacle Point Golf Estate

Today play Pinnacle Point (tbc). Magnificently perched atop staggering cliffs, this windswept course three hours east of Cape Town and a half hour south of George marks a major addition to South Africa’s already world-class golf scene. Six of the holes play across deep chasms to greens that seem to float in the Indian Ocean. The yawning ravines and distant horizons can make 150-yard shots look like twice that length. On the par-four eighth, tee and green sit on opposing bluffs; big hitters can attempt an all-or-nothing carry with the hope of having an easy wedge in, or play it safe by bailing out left and facing a much longer approach. Throughout the layout, the architects wisely designed large, fairly flat greens that yield plenty of sensible pin placements and give golfers who have run a gauntlet just to get to the green a bit of a break. (cart fee included)
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<Day 6 2 nights ~ Birkenhead House

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Your Itinerary

Set on a dramatic rocky bluff, this opulent boutique has views over Walker Bay where southern right whales migrate between May and December and calve during the month of August. The property makes the most of the vantage point, with terraces and an infinity pool (one of three) overlooking the water, and huge windows in all 11 suites. The guest units are decorated with eclectic antiques from France, Russia, and China, and have especially wonderful baths—request Studio 5 for a Zen spa-like sunken tub, or Studio 3 for a claw-foot beauty in the center of the bedroom. The slew of nature-based activities range from the sedate (beach lounging, cheese-and-wine-tasting tours) to the exertive (kayaking, bird-watching hikes on the cliffs) to the heart-racing (cage diving among sharks). Refuel at the end of the day in the guests-only restaurant, which serves fresh-caught seafood, stellar sushi, and homemade focaccia.

<Day 8 ~ Arabella Golf Club

Today play Arabella (tbc). Ranked no. 5 in South Africa in 2005, Arabella is perfectly designed to exploit is unique position alongside the largest natural lagoon in Southern Africa. The 8th, 9th, 17th and 18th holes run parallel to the lagoon, proving a truly memorable experience. Choosing a signature hole proves to be an extremely difficult task as all of the holes are well designed with spectacular views. The course is the host course to the Nelson Mandela Invitational, Africa's premier Pro-am Charity Event. (cart fee included)
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<Day 8 2 nights ~ La Residence

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Your Itinerary

Gracing a 30-acre estate in the heart of the majestic Franschhoek Valley, this private hotel is a considered a work of art, taking luxury to a new level. The property boasts 11 ultra-luxurious suites all decorated with exquisite Persian carpets and an eclectic mix of objects d’art. World class cuisine is on offer in the baronial dining area or on the patio. Personalised service is the order of the day. Each vast and opulently appointed suite is completemented by a plational en-suite bathroom. The private balconies offer panoramic views of the vineyards, mountains and valley. Your stay includes bed, breakfast and all local beverages.

<Day 10 ~ Pearl Valley Golf Club

Play today at Pearl Valley (tbc). Set in the famous Franschhoek Wine region, this new Jack Nicklaus Signature Course is a treat to play. Pearl Valley is probably in the top conditioned course in South Africa. As with many Nicklaus courses, water on the right with plenty of sand, will keep the golfers mind off the wide landing areas provided. Also a new development, the course and it's geographical location allow for guests to enjoy a day outing in the Winelands with high quality golf to compliment the food and wine. A second course, 'Bears Best' will be built shortly on the same property. (cart fee included)
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<Day 10 4 nights ~ Cape Grace

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Your Itinerary

Nestled on a private quay in Cape Town's bustling Victoria & Alfred Waterfront between a working harbour and the serenity of an international yacht marina, Cape Grace is a welcome and gracious sanctuary of traditional sophistication whilst emanating style and comfort. The spaciousness of the refashioned Cape influence rooms; the diversity of amenities and the unsurpassed standards in service - both proficient and personal - have all ensured Cape Grace is a favourite for many returning guests. From the globally inspired offerings of the hotel's restaurant Signal, to the whisky, wine and cocktail treats that await below deck at the popular Bascule Whisky, Wine and Cocktail Bar, to the African delights that surprise at The Spa at Cape Grace and finally, to the customised yacht charters on Spirit of the Cape, the hotel is dedicated to surpassing expectations and making your stay the most memorable ever.

<Day 12 ~ Steenberg Golf Club

Play today at Steenberg (tbc). An 18 hole championship course designed by Peter Matkovich; a backdrop of vineyards, gardens, forests and mountains provides the setting for this beautiful exclusive course. The course is always in excellent condition with bent grass greens and lush fairways. Steenberg offers you the opportunity of excellent golf within the historic setting of one of the Cape's oldest wine farms. Dating back to 1682 the vineyards have been replanted and 140 acres are now under vines.

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<Day 14 4 nights ~ Jock Safari Lodge

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Your Itinerary

Jock Safari Lodge is the first private lodge set in the heart of Africa's premier wildlife reserve, the Kruger National Park. This luxury lodge incorporates the romance and elegance of the past colonial era, and reflects in its unique style the indigenous Zulu and Shangaan cultures. The Kruger Park offers some of the best game viewing available in Africa and Jock Safari Lodge is situated in one of the best game viewing areas of the park. Sightings of animals including the BIG FIVE can be seen while relaxing around the rock pool or from the comfort and privacy of your own room. Walking safaris, Birding safaris and guided Historical tours will take you along the paths of legend and mystery. Interpret the signs, sounds and scents of wild animals in this unspoilt wilderness Clients staying at Jock can enjoy golf at Leopard Creek which is 40 minutes drive through the park. Your expectations of comfort and quality will be exceeded at Jock Safari Lodge. 12 Luxury air conditioned suites offer guests the unique opportunity to experience the gracious style of old world elegance surrounded by unspoilt wilderness. Each suite has a private Sala (outdoor lounge) that overlooks the river. The romantic bathrooms and outdoor showers share the same river view and sightings of animals, including the BIG FIVE can be seen from the comfort & privacy of your own room. Each suite has a King size bed surrounded by walk-in mosquito netting, a small lounge and twin basin bathroom. Your private terrace has its own plunge pool and a wooden walkway to a lapa overlooking the riverbed. Further features: -All power is generated on 220volt -Telephones on micro dish -Flatscreen DSTV available – on request -Pool - Private Plunge pools at each suite -Onsite game rangers and fenced security in the camp from predators -Internet access -Spa & Wellness ACCOMMODATION INCLUDES: -All meals, teas and coffees & local alcholic beverages -Two safaris per day in open landrovers -Tourism Marketing levy of R5.00 pppn -Daily walking safaris - only subject to availability

<Day 16 ~ Leopard Creek Country Club

Today play Leopard Creek (tbc). Situated near Malelane in the heart of Mpumalanga, on the southern border of the Kruger National Park, Leopard Creek presents a rare opportunity to play an outstanding bushveld golf course. The 360 hectare development is bordered to the north and the west by the picturesque Crocodile River and the Kruger National Park. Typical bushveld koppies overlook the course from the east, providing an ideal backdrop for a magnificent Gary Player designed course. Ranked #1 in South Africa in 2005, Leopard Creek is everything you would expect. The course is fairly remotely located and is therefore only recommended for clients looking to add a safari option in Southern Kruger or those using private air-charter services. (cart fee included)
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Your Itinerary

Situated near Malelane in the heart of Mpumalanga, on the southern border of the Kruger National Park, Leopard Creek presents a rare opportunity to play an outstanding bushveld golf course. The 360 hectare development is bordered to the north and the west by the picturesque Crocodile River and the Kruger National Park. The course is remotely located and is therefore only recommended for clients looking to add a safari option in Southern Kruger or those using private air-charter services.




Sample Detailed Itinerary

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Day 1:

This evening depart the United States.

Day 2:

On arrival at George Airport, you will be met by our VIP arrival assistant at the exit ramp of your aircraft. They will assist you through Immigration and Luggage Claims to your driver in the arrivals hall. If your schedule requires an additional internal connecting flight, you will be helped with check-in to that flight and you will be met by your driver after luggage claim in the arrivals hall of your second stop. 

OVERNIGHT: Fancourt Manor House - Homewood Suite

Day 3: Fancourt - The Montagu image

Sightseeing Suggestion: The Garden Route and Little Karoo's natural assets will have you question ever wanting to leave this idyllic spot! The Garden Route and Little Karoo spans from Witsands whale birthing haven in the West to Plettenberg Bays beach, polo and party-going pleasures in the East. Then there’s the arid geological basin along the interior, wedged between the fynbos-rich Heidelberg in the west and Uniondales eastern sheep farming and rock art treasures. It's all about an abundance of blue skies, white sand beaches, rolling oceans, mountain scenery, indigenous fynbos, ostrich antics and local hospitality. A place where you can travel along routes where you are often alone on the open road or make for the malls and beaches Golden vineyards, sun-drenched orchards, pin-drop-silent forests, sweeping lakes and birds eye view passes add to the mix.

Today play Fancourt - The Montagu (tbc). Designed by Gary Player and remodeled in 2004 by David McKlay-Kidd (Bandon Dunes), the Montagu is South Africa's best parkland golf course. With the highest levels of conditioning and true championship layout, The Montagu at Fancourt sets the standards by which all other courses in South Africa are measured.

OVERNIGHT: Fancourt Manor House - Homewood Suite

Day 4:

Sightseeing Suggestion: Today tour the Klein Karoo region inland from George, taking in the town of Oudshoorn, the Ostrich farms, Cango Wildlife Ranch & the Cango Caves. 29km from Oudtshoorn, at the head of the picturesque Cango Valley, lies the spectacular underground wonder of the Klein Karoo - the Cango Caves. Situated in a limestone ridge parallel to the Swartberg Mountains, you will find the finest dripstone caverns in Africa, with vast halls and towering formations. Lost in absolute darkness, a deep stillness, a constant temperature and high humidity, it is a world with its own unique scenery of calcite masterpieces formed by gently dripping water. The tour includes a few natural chambers and takes one (standard) or one-and-a-half hours (adventure) to explore.

OVERNIGHT: Fancourt Manor House - Homewood Suite

Day 5: Fancourt - The Links image

Sightseeing Suggestion: Plettenberg Bay is a very popular holiday resort about 32km (half hour drive) from Knysna. Take a very pleasant day trip to Plett stopping off to take a relaxing forest walk through the Garden of Eden The walk is also suitable for people in wheelchairs. A few kilometres further on is the turnoff to Harkerville and Kranshoek which has one of the most spectacular views of the rugged coastline. Plett, as it is affectionately called, has sparkling white beaches and some of the best swimming and surfing in the Garden Route There are two lagoons with lots of hermit crabs and inquisitive seagulls. The lovely long walks along the edge of the azure sea are often rewarded with whale and dolphin sightings. Plett has lots of places to eat and interesting shops,

Today play Fancourt - The Links (tbc). Ranked  #1 in South Africa.Created from a previously flat piece of land, over 700 000 cubic metres of earth was moved in transforming it into a typical Links style. The course presents undulating windswept terrain and dune-style landscape and is the only such course in South Africa. Every hole has received detailed attention to ensure that the overall balance in terms of length, position of hazards and shot values are in harmony. As a result, The Links presents a stern test in all weather conditions. This is a walking course with caddies.Host course of the 2003 Presidents Cup, 2005 Women's World Cup and 2006 South African Open.  Carts and caddies are available.

OVERNIGHT: Fancourt Manor House - Homewood Suite

Day 6: Pinnacle Point image

Today play Pinnacle Point (tbc). Magnificently perched atop staggering cliffs, this windswept course three hours east of Cape Town and a half hour south of George marks a major addition to South Africa’s already world-class golf scene. Six of the holes play across deep chasms to greens that seem to float in the Indian Ocean. The yawning ravines and distant horizons can make 150-yard shots look like twice that length. On the par-four eighth, tee and green sit on opposing bluffs; big hitters can attempt an all-or-nothing carry with the hope of having an easy wedge in, or play it safe by bailing out left and facing a much longer approach. Throughout the layout, the architects wisely designed large, fairly flat greens that yield plenty of sensible pin placements and give golfers who have run a gauntlet just to get to the green a bit of a break. (cart fee included)

OVERNIGHT: Birkenhead House - Luxury Room

Day 7:

OVERNIGHT: Birkenhead House - Luxury Room

Day 8:

Today play Arabella (tbc). Ranked no. 5 in South Africa in 2005, Arabella is perfectly designed to exploit is unique position alongside the largest natural lagoon in Southern Africa. The 8th, 9th, 17th and 18th holes run parallel to the lagoon, proving a truly memorable experience. Choosing a signature hole proves to be an extremely difficult task as all of the holes are well designed with spectacular views. The course is the host course to the Nelson Mandela Invitational, Africa's premier Pro-am Charity Event. (cart fee included)

Today is a free day to enjoy the area. Your travel expert will assist in planning additional activities that meet your interests and level of adventure.

OVERNIGHT: La Residence - Luxury Suite

Day 9:

Sightseeing Inclusion: Full day wine touring in the Cape Winelands. Exact touring routes will be decided by the guide based on the specific interests in the group and the hotel starting point. 

Regular Tour Highlights include: Cellar tour * Wine Tasting (at least 2 wineries) * Stellenbosch, town of oaks * Boschendal historic manor house * Franschhoek Valley * Paarl. A lunch stop will be made en route and is included in the cost.

OVERNIGHT: La Residence - Luxury Suite

Day 10: Pearl Valley image

Sightseeing Suggestion: Cape Town is considered as the Mother City of South Africa. Since 1652 it has been ruled by the Dutch (twice) the French and the English. Add to that the Eastern and African cultures introduced by slaves and migrants and you have one of the most diverse local populations that you could wish to find. Whilst the people are friendly and interesting, the scenery is spectacular. With Table Mountain framing the city and white beaches surrounding it, Cape Town has long been a summer vacation playground for South Africans and International folk looking for something unique. Culturally Cape Town is at its most active during the months from June to September when the silly season is over and people get down to doing what they do best, relaxing and enjoying the Cape Town lifestyle.

Play today at Pearl Valley (tbc). Set in the famous Franschhoek Wine region, this new Jack Nicklaus Signature Course is a treat to play. Pearl Valley is probably in the top conditioned course in South Africa. As with many Nicklaus courses, water on the right with plenty of sand, will keep the golfers mind off the wide landing areas provided. Also a new development, the course and it's geographical location allow for guests to enjoy a day outing in the Winelands with high quality golf to compliment the food and wine. A second course, 'Bears Best' will be built shortly on the same property. (cart fee included)

OVERNIGHT: Cape Grace - Table Mountain Luxury Room

Day 11:

Sightseeing Inclusion:  Historic Cape Town & Table Mountain. 
Depart the city for the Lower Cableway Station to board the revolving cable car for a 5-minute ride to the top of Table Mountain. 1036 meters above sea level, it affords bird’s-eye views of both city and Peninsula as you walk its summit (weather permitting). Return to the city via the old Cape Malay Quarter, for a walk through the Company Gardens, the fresh produce gardens for ships and locals from the mid 17th Century and today, home to the SA Museum, Cultural History Museum, Houses of Parliament, National Gallery and St George’s Cathedral. Stroll through the city to Greenmarket Square to browse African mementos at its bustling market stalls.

Explore other areas of personal interest such as art galleries, restaurants or enjoy added R&R time in Camps Bay or on the beach at Clifton. Your guide will discuss finer items directly with you. 
 

OVERNIGHT: Cape Grace - Table Mountain Luxury Room

Day 12: Steenberg image

Play today at Steenberg (tbc). An 18 hole championship course designed by Peter Matkovich; a backdrop of vineyards, gardens, forests and mountains provides the setting for this beautiful exclusive course. The course is always in excellent condition with bent grass greens and lush fairways. Steenberg offers you the opportunity of excellent golf within the historic setting of one of the Cape's oldest wine farms. Dating back to 1682 the vineyards have been replanted and 140 acres are now under vines.

OVERNIGHT: Cape Grace - Table Mountain Luxury Room

Day 13:

Sightseeing Inclusion: Cape Peninsula Tour.
Depart the city along the spectacular Atlantic Seaboard, en route to the fishing village of Hout Bay to explore the harbour, visiting its fish markets and shops. Continue over the 600m heights of Chapman’s Peak Drive, one of the world’s most breath-taking passes and past the Cape’s longest beach, with a chance to spot Southern Right Whales just offshore from June to November.

Enter the Cape of Good Hope National Park for a walk (or optional funicular ride) up to the Cape Point Lighthouse, to take in magical ocean vistas at this, the south westernmost point of Africa. Head along the False Bay coast to Boulders Beach near Simonstown to see a colony of African Penguins and then continue past the seaside resorts of False Bay, towards the city. The last stop of the day is Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, for a walk through one of the largest collections of indigenous plants in the world.

Tour Highlights include: Hout Bay Harbour * Chapman’s Peak Drive * Cape of Good Hope National Park and Cape Point * Visit to Penguins at Boulders Beach * Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens * A lunch stop will be made en route and is included in the cost.

OVERNIGHT: Cape Grace - Table Mountain Luxury Room

Day 14:

Today fly to Skukuza Airport. (The cost of this flight will be quoted separately)

Today is a travel day between regions. The exact route, timing, transport options and additional touring ideas will be planned with your PerryGolf Travel Expert.

OVERNIGHT: Jock Safari Lodge - Main Jock

Day 15:

An average day on safari consists of:
5:30 am, Morning Game Drive: Guests are waking up for their morning game drive.
7:45 am, Coffee & tea: Guests are enjoying coffee and tea in the bush.
9:00 am, Breakfast: Guests are returning from their game drive for a hearty breakfast.
11:00 am, Activities: Guests are enjoying an interpretive bush walk.
1:00 pm, Lunch: Lunch is served.
2:30 pm, Rest & Relaxation: Enjoy a massage on the deck of your suite or relax at the pool.
4:00 pm, Evening Game Drive: Guests are enjoying high tea before evening game drive.
5:30 pm, Sundowners: Guests are sipping cocktails in the bush and watching the sun set.
8:00 pm, Dinner: The fires are lit in the boma for dinner under the African stars.

OVERNIGHT: Jock Safari Lodge - Main Jock

Day 16: Leopard Creek image

Today play Leopard Creek (tbc). Situated near Malelane in the heart of Mpumalanga, on the southern border of the Kruger National Park, Leopard Creek presents a rare opportunity to play an outstanding bushveld golf course. The 360 hectare development is bordered to the north and the west by the picturesque Crocodile River and the Kruger National Park. Typical bushveld koppies overlook the course from the east, providing an ideal backdrop for a magnificent Gary Player designed course. Ranked #1 in South Africa in 2005, Leopard Creek is everything you would expect. The course is fairly remotely located and is therefore only recommended for clients looking to add a safari option in Southern Kruger or those using private air-charter services. (cart fee included)

OVERNIGHT: Jock Safari Lodge - Main Jock

Day 17:

Enjoy a full day of safari activities in the care of your lodge rangers. 

OVERNIGHT: Jock Safari Lodge - Main Jock

Day 18:

Depart South Africa from the Skukuza Airport.



Golf Schedule

Fancourt - The Montagu image

Designed by Gary Player and remodeled in 2004 by David McLay-Kidd (Bandon Dunes), the Montagu is one of South Africa's best parkland golf courses. With the highest levels of conditioning and true championship layout, this tree-lined and challenging course over rolling terrain leaves a positive lasting impression on all who play here. The 8th hole is a delightful par-3 measuring 182 yards, entirely over water. The Montagu at Fancourt sets the standards by which all other courses in South Africa are measured.
Fancourt - The Links image

The Links, a privately owned club that sits alongside Fancourt, is the No. 1 ranked course in South Africa and is included in the Top 100 courses outside the USA. Over 700,000 cubic metres of earth were moved to transform the old George Airport into an incredible Links style course. The course presents undulating windswept terrain and dune-style landscape that is always in immaculate condition. The Links presents a stern test in all weather conditions. It is the Host course of the 2003 Presidents Cup, 2005 Women's World Cup and 2006 South African Open along with other European Tour events. 


Pinnacle Point image

The renowned architect Peter Matkovich put it best, describing the property at Pinnacle Point by saying, ‘this is the most dramatic golf course site I’ve ever encountered anywhere in the world.’ It’s difficult to argue with his assessment. Set high above the Indian Ocean, providing sensational, breathtaking views of the crystal blue water from across the course, this is truly a magnificent and memorable design. In all seven holes run parallel to the ocean shore. The home hole is a fierce risk-reward par-5.
Arabella image

Consistently ranked among South Africa’s top courses, Arabella is perfectly designed to exploit is unique position alongside the largest natural lagoon in Southern Africa. The 8th, 9th, 17th and 18th holes run parallel to the lagoon, proving a truly memorable experience. Choosing a signature hole proves to be an extremely difficult task as all of the holes are well designed with spectacular views. The course has played host to the Nelson Mandela Invitational, Africa's premier Pro-am Charity Event.
Pearl Valley image

Set in the famous Franschhoek Wine region, this Jack Nicklaus Signature Course is a treat to play. Pearl Valley is considered one of the top conditioned courses. As with many Nicklaus courses, water on the right with plenty of sand, will keep the golfers minds off the wide landing areas provided. The course and it's geographical location allow for guests to enjoy a day outing in the Winelands with high quality golf to compliment the food and wine.
Steenberg image

Steenberg is among a backdrop of vineyards, gardens, forests and mountains provides the setting for this beautiful exclusive course. The course is visually stunning and strategically challenging. It’s always in excellent condition with bent grass greens and lush fairways. Steenberg offers you the opportunity of excellent golf within the historic setting of one of the Cape's oldest wine farms. Dating back to 1682 the vineyards have been replanted and 140 acres are now under vines.


Leopard Creek image

Situated near Malelane in the heart of Mpumalanga, on the southern border of the Kruger National Park, Leopard Creek presents a rare opportunity to play an outstanding bushveld golf course. The 360 hectare development is bordered to the north and the west by the picturesque Crocodile River and the Kruger National Park. The course is remotely located and is therefore only recommended for clients looking to add a safari option in Southern Kruger or those using private air-charter services.




Accommodations

Fancourt Manor House image
Blanco House, the 150 year-old original Manor House and National Monument set on the 613 hectare Fancourt Estate was meticulously remodelled to create a boutique hotel that offers old-world, new-world and out of this world beauty and elegance. The Manor House offers a unique combination of classic opulence and the indulgent sophistication of a 21st century boutique hotel.
Birkenhead House
Set on a dramatic rocky bluff, this opulent boutique has views over Walker Bay where southern right whales migrate between May and December and calve during the month of August. The property makes the most of the vantage point, with terraces and an infinity pool (one of three) overlooking the water, and huge windows in all 11 suites. The guest units are decorated with eclectic antiques from France, Russia, and China, and have especially wonderful baths—request Studio 5 for a Zen spa-like sunken tub, or Studio 3 for a claw-foot beauty in the center of the bedroom. The slew of nature-based activities range from the sedate (beach lounging, cheese-and-wine-tasting tours) to the exertive (kayaking, bird-watching hikes on the cliffs) to the heart-racing (cage diving among sharks). Refuel at the end of the day in the guests-only restaurant, which serves fresh-caught seafood, stellar sushi, and homemade focaccia.
La Residence image
Gracing a 30-acre estate in the heart of the majestic Franschhoek Valley, this private hotel is a considered a work of art, taking luxury to a new level. The property boasts 11 ultra-luxurious suites all decorated with exquisite Persian carpets and an eclectic mix of objects d’art. World class cuisine is on offer in the baronial dining area or on the patio. Personalised service is the order of the day. Each vast and opulently appointed suite is completemented by a plational en-suite bathroom. The private balconies offer panoramic views of the vineyards, mountains and valley. Your stay includes bed, breakfast and all local beverages.
Cape Grace image
Nestled on a private quay in Cape Town's bustling Victoria & Alfred Waterfront between a working harbour and the serenity of an international yacht marina, Cape Grace is a welcome and gracious sanctuary of traditional sophistication whilst emanating style and comfort. The spaciousness of the refashioned Cape influence rooms; the diversity of amenities and the unsurpassed standards in service - both proficient and personal - have all ensured Cape Grace is a favourite for many returning guests. From the globally inspired offerings of the hotel's restaurant Signal, to the whisky, wine and cocktail treats that await below deck at the popular Bascule Whisky, Wine and Cocktail Bar, to the African delights that surprise at The Spa at Cape Grace and finally, to the customised yacht charters on Spirit of the Cape, the hotel is dedicated to surpassing expectations and making your stay the most memorable ever.
Jock Safari Lodge image
Jock Safari Lodge is the first private lodge set in the heart of Africa's premier wildlife reserve, the Kruger National Park. This luxury lodge incorporates the romance and elegance of the past colonial era, and reflects in its unique style the indigenous Zulu and Shangaan cultures. The Kruger Park offers some of the best game viewing available in Africa and Jock Safari Lodge is situated in one of the best game viewing areas of the park. Sightings of animals including the BIG FIVE can be seen while relaxing around the rock pool or from the comfort and privacy of your own room. Walking safaris, Birding safaris and guided Historical tours will take you along the paths of legend and mystery. Interpret the signs, sounds and scents of wild animals in this unspoilt wilderness Clients staying at Jock can enjoy golf at Leopard Creek which is 40 minutes drive through the park. Your expectations of comfort and quality will be exceeded at Jock Safari Lodge. 12 Luxury air conditioned suites offer guests the unique opportunity to experience the gracious style of old world elegance surrounded by unspoilt wilderness. Each suite has a private Sala (outdoor lounge) that overlooks the river. The romantic bathrooms and outdoor showers share the same river view and sightings of animals, including the BIG FIVE can be seen from the comfort & privacy of your own room. Each suite has a King size bed surrounded by walk-in mosquito netting, a small lounge and twin basin bathroom. Your private terrace has its own plunge pool and a wooden walkway to a lapa overlooking the riverbed. Further features: -All power is generated on 220volt -Telephones on micro dish -Flatscreen DSTV available – on request -Pool - Private Plunge pools at each suite -Onsite game rangers and fenced security in the camp from predators -Internet access -Spa & Wellness ACCOMMODATION INCLUDES: -All meals, teas and coffees & local alcholic beverages -Two safaris per day in open landrovers -Tourism Marketing levy of R5.00 pppn -Daily walking safaris - only subject to availability


Ground Transportation

Caravelle & Driver (City Only)

Four door MPV vehicle (Volkswagen Caravelle or similar) with concierge driver. Suitable for 4 passengers with luggage and golf clubs.

Due to the large size of South Africa, a specialized concierge driver/ guide may be assigned per region visited.


Fancourt Manor House
Fancourt – The Montagu
Fancourt - The Links
Fancourt - The Links
Pinnacle Point Golf Estate
Pinnacle Point Golf Estate
Arabella
Arabella


 

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