Golf Travel for groups - South Africa
South Africa is so diverse that it's like a world rolled into one country, with plenty of experiences to tick off your bucket list.
Of course, a Big 5 safari in Kruger National Park is at the top of everyone’s list. Then there's also the country's Mother City, Cape Town, with rich culture, some of the world’s top restaurants, wine farms, mountains and pristine beaches. Or just one hour away from the city, sip your way through the many award-winning wineries in the Cape Winelands. If you're looking for the ultimate road trip, the verdant Garden Route coastline awaits. And with many more destinations like Johannesburg, KwaZulu-Natal, and more, you can never get bored.
As a year-round destination, with something new to see at every turn, and something for everyone.
outh Africa is a wine and food paradise. Picture this: dramatic mountains, wide-open skies, carpets of lush green vineyards, and small winding roads. Add to this award-winning restaurants with views straight out of a storybook. This is the Cape Winelands.
Located to the east of Cape Town, the Cape Winelands offers a spectacular array of tastes and sights. Much of South Africa’s wine production also occurs here, making the Winelands South Africa’s very own Bordeaux or Napa Valley.
The town of Stellenbosch is the centre of the country’s wine industry and has a rich heritage, reflected in its blend of Cape Dutch, Georgian and Victorian architecture.
Vineyards cover the beautiful Franschhoek Valley mountains like a blanket. In 1685, French Huguenots settled here, and this French influence is still very apparent today. The village has a plethora of cultural arts and crafts, antique shops, galleries, coffee shops and restaurants.
The third major destination in the Cape Winelands is Paarl, deriving its Dutch name meaning 'Pearl' from the granite domes of Paarl Mountain, which looms above the town.