South African Highlights

from £2,499

12nts/6 rounds of golf

"Follow the beautiful Garden Route from Cape Town on this stunning golfing journey"

South Africa - If golfers were to die and go to golfing heaven, they would find themselves in South Africa. The country is blessed with so many beautiful courses it’s hard to know where to start.

However, the Western Cape is the country’s number one destination, and this stunning holiday features 6 rounds on 6 wonderful courses, as well as time to explore the Cape Town and the beautiful landscapes you will find on your journey along the Garden Route as you make your way to Fancourt, South Africa's No.1 golf resort, and then on to beautiful Knysna.

We’ve picked 3 luxurious hotels which will allow you to make the very best of your time – and included a number of excursions – but there’s still time to relax, sit back with a glass of wine and admire the wonderful scenery!

4 nights

Cape Town

Half Day City Tour
2 rounds of golf

4 nights


Excursion to Cango Caves and Ostrich Farm
2 rounds of golf

4 nights


2 hour game drive at Plett Reserve Sunset cruise on Knysna Lagoon with dinner
2 rounds of golf


What's included?

  • Accomodation:

    ✓12 nights twin-share accommodation on B&B basis
    ✓Car hire

  • Tour:

    ✓6 rounds of golf (all with carts included)
    ✓Half day tour of Cape Town
    ✓Excursion to Cango Caves and Ostrich Farm
    ✓2 hour game drive at Plett Reserve
    ✓Sunset cruise on Knysna Lagoon with dinner
    ✓24 hour local expert assistance

  • Extras:

    ✓International flights
    ✓Single supplement

* The price is based on 2 people - if you have a larger group please let us know as discounts may apply

* This itinerary is flexible, so you can choose your own number of nights, change accommodation and extend however you please.

The Hotels

Table Bay Hotel, Cape Town

4 nights B&B
One of the world’s leading hotels, the stunning Table Bay Hotel occupies one of Cape Town's premier locations on the heart of the Waterfront. It offers elegant colonial accommodation with spectacular views of Table Mountain. Enjoy a swim in the outdoors heated swimming pool, indulge in a treatment at the luxurious spa or sample some of the excellent, cutting edge food and drink on offer

Fancourt Hotel, George

4 nights B&B
Another of South Africa’s premier hotels, Fancourt enjoys a glorious location, set against a dramatic mountain backdrop. This luxurious resort combines modern luxury with traditional elegance, offering a host of facilities, including of course its world-class golf courses.

Elephant Hide Lodge, Knysna

4 nights B&B
Beautifully located on a cliff top overlooking Knysna Lagoon, the lodge’s spacious stand-alone suites are decorated in natural wood and stone architecture. Each unit features a hot tub and a private terrace. A sundeck with loungers invites for a lazy day by the infinity pool.

The Golf


Day 1: Arrive Cape Town. Pick up your rental car and transfer to your Waterfront hotel. The rest of the day is free to relax and unwind after your journey, or stretch your legs and take a stroll around your stunning Waterfront surroundings with its wonderful selection of shops, bars and restaurants. Overnight Cape Town
Day 2: Round of golf at Steenberg; one of the Cape’s top courses Steenberg enjoys a fabulous location in the heart of the tranquil Constantia Winelands and surrounded by the beautiful Silvermine mountains. Overnight Cape Town
Day 3: Enjoy a morning tour of Cape Town; you will visit a number of the city’s landmarks, including St Georges Cathedral and the colourful Bo-Kaap district, as well as a ride on Cape Town’s iconic cable car up Table Mountain; the views from the top are simply stunning on a clear day! Overnight Cape Town
Day 4: Round of golf at De Zalze Golf; this beautiful course lies in the heart of the Winelands and after the round you will enjoy lunch and a wine tasting at the resort’s own vineyard. Overnight Cape Town
Day 5: Transfer to George – a leisurely drive along South Africa’s Garden Route which will take you approximately 5 hours with some spectacular scenery to enjoy along the way. Overnight Fancourt
Day 6: Round of golf on the Montagu Course, Fancourt – this Gary Player inspired gem has a wonderful parkland layout as is consistently voted in the top 10 South African courses. Overnight Fancourt
Day 7: Sit back and enjoy the scenery as we take you on a spectacular drive over the Outeniqua Pass, with stops en route to visit a local ostrich farm and the amazing Cango Caves; of the world’s great natural wonders. These incredible limestone formations, with their vast array of shapes, sizes and colours, are a photographer’s dream. Overnight Fancourt
Day 8: Round of golf on the Links Course, Fancourt – the resort’s signature course is a unique and challenging test of golf with some extraordinary holes set in stunning surroundings – a real highlight of the tour. Overnight Fancourt
Day 9: A short transfer to your final base, the beautiful coastal town of Knysna with its glorious setting on the banks of Knysna Lagoon. Later that the afternoon enjoy a sunset cruise on the lagoon, with magnificent views of the Knysna Heads to admire over your included Mediterranean dinner and glass of bubbly! Overnight Knysna
Day 10: Round of golf on Simola – this fantastic Jack Nicklaus Signature designed course has a stunning and unique setting in the rolling hills of the Simola Estate Overnight Knysna
Day 11: Drive to nearby Plettenberg Bay and enjoy a spectacular two-hour game drive; the Plett Reserve is home to all five of Africa’s famous Big 5, elephants, buffalos, rhinos, leopards and lions, as well as many species of antelope, giraffe, zebra, hippo and crocodiles. Overnight Ho Chi Knysna
Day 12: Round of golf on Pezula – we have saved the best until last; this stunning course lies high above the Indian Ocean and Knysna Lagoon with some truly amazing views – a glorious round of golf and a fitting end to your trip. Overnight Knysna
Day 13: Transfer to George Airport for return flight

Best Time to Travel to South Africa for this Tour South Africa is a year round destination, however the best time to visit for golf to avoid the peak temperatures and rainfall on the Western Cape is spring (September to November) and autumn (March to May).

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If you would like more information on this tour please get in touch.

All of our tours are completely customisable. If South Africa/Western Cape sounds amazing, but you want to tweak your tour, we can help.