The biggest city on the Indian Ocean Durban has a real buzz and possibly the best climate of all the South African cities, there are no direct flights to Durban, so we would always recommend flying via Johannesburg. Our selected resort is the...More
To access this region you need to fly direct to Jo’Burg, which is better served than Cape Town with more flight options and better prices! We recommend combining a stay at Sun City with a stay at the superb Legends Golf and Safari Resor t or Zebula...More
The biggest National Park in South Africa and the main focal point of wildlife in the country to explore this region we recommend the idea is to fly into Cape Town and then onto Nelspruit which lies 250 kms east of Jo’Burg, from here you can explore...More
Playing golf at Pinnacle Point is many people’s first impression of the Garden Route, perhaps preceded by a short 2 night stay at the superb Gondwana Private Game Reserve. Pinnacle Point is like the Pebble Beach of South Africa, ocean views at every...More
Western Cape encompasses lovely scenery and our featured accommodation is the excellent Arabella Western Cape Hotel which has a marvellous location, overlooking the Bot Lagoon and one of the very best golf courses on the entire Cape. From here you...More
South Africa lends itself very well for multi -centre golf and safari holidays, Elegant Golf Resorts have a wide array of tours available taking in Cape Town, the Winelands, Constantia, the Garden Route including George and Knysna and safari at the exquisite boutique property at Gondwana. For those golfers who enjoy even more adventure, we also recommend combining a trip up to Jo'Burg and nights at resorts like Sun City, Zebula and the Legends Resort. If you are seeking our advice, you must stay at least 12 nights, to enjoy enough of what is such an exciting country to explore. Golf holidays to South Africa are an absolute must for the keen golfer with piles of energy. If you have more limited time just make sure that you take in the Cape Peninsula and the Wineland area or at least Constantia. Golf holidays to South Africa have to include Cape Town preferably the Waterfront and at least Steenberg in Constantia which has its own winery and golf course, or Erinvale in the Winelands region. If you are seeking advice on flights then fly into Cape Town, take the hop from George in the Garden Route up to Jo'burg for some golf and safari, from here you can pop down to Nelspruit and explore the wonders of the Kruger National Park, or take in the stunning Entebeni Safari Park in Legends and take on the amazing Extreme 19th hole. Then fly straight back to the UK from Jo'Burg.
Golf South Africa is an experience you will never forget, the only question is will you go back and do a second trip, we think that two trips would be sufficient to see the best of everything.