Golf Holidays in South Africa are one of the best kept secrets in the golfing world. It is blessed with year round sunshine and good weather, phenomenal natural beauty in the countryside, spectacular beach and bush scenery, and of course the friendliest local people and diverse cultures. All the golf holidays in South Africa are consistently surpassing expectations making it a world-class golf destination. It is unique and provides an experience for everyone with memories lasting a lifetime.
Enjoy the Extreme 19th Hole where you have to fly to the tee box on top of a mountain and the next day relax and be pampered on a white sandy beach. World class, award winning food and wine will satisfy the hungry crowds and the foodie in you. Be humbled by the vast array of natural scenery from rain forests to deserts all in one country. Marvel at the view from the top of a mountain, glance across rolling green hills as far as the eye can see, stroll along miles of beaches with azure ocean waters and float through the bottom of canyons and gorges.
Golfers from around the world flock to South Africa to visit Cape Town, the Winelands, Kruger, Sun City and the famous Garden Route. The golf holidays in South Africa offers exceptional value for money and luxury holidays with championship golf can be booked at a fraction of the cost compared to other golf regions around the world. From self-drive tours to all-inclusive packages, South Africa has it all.
All the Golf Holidays in South Africa is suitable for couples, groups, friends, families, children, singles, leisure, corporate and more. Non-golfing partners need not stay at home. Activities for young and old from grandma to toddlers are abundant. If you prefer an adventure there are resorts where you can do something different every day for two weeks and still not get to everything that is offered. If you prefer a tranquil and relaxing atmosphere you can choose from relaxing on the beach to a secret hideaway in nature.
South Africa gives a million reasons why over 70% of visitors return year after year. Cape Town has been voted the best city to visit in the world many times over. Stand on top of Table Mountain, one of the 7 wonders of the World. No less than 10 UNESCO World Heritage sites including Robben Island, Vredefort Dome, iSimangaliso Wetland Park and more. South Africa is home to 11 Nobel prize winners incl. our beloved Tata, Nelson Mandela. The first heart transplant was done in Cape Town over 50 years ago and today the world’s biggest 3D printer is housed in Pretoria. The Cradle of Human Kind is located just outside Johannesburg and PwC has predicted that South Africa will be one of the largest economies in the world by 2050.