All inclusive golf holidays

All-inclusive golf holidays are one of the fastest growing trends among golfing travelers and for good reason. It offers you excellent value for money, everything you need is included and best of all there are no surprises when you check out.

South Africa is such a diverse country with an excess of activities, restaurants, golf courses, spa, and more. Because of this, an all-inclusive golf holiday would seem to limit guests and therefore it is not a very popular option. There are a few very exclusive places where you can get all-inclusive golf holidays.

Rovo’s Rail is known as the most luxurious train in the world and the Pride of Africa. Their exclusive golf and safari journeys has earned an international reputation as one of the best rail experiences in the world and with only 2 golf journeys on their portfolio it is even more exclusive and sought after. Your journey includes a stay onboard the luxury train suites with golf at some of the top golf courses in South Africa. Play at The Links at Fancourt, Leopard Creek, Gary Player Country Club and many more. For non-golfing partners they journey includes daily activities at each stop over and Big 5 Safari’s at the best game reserves. All meals and drinks are included and a special themed dinner hosted on each journey.

The second option is one of the most exclusive hotels in South Africa; the Manor House at Fancourt. It is one of only 8 Leading Hotels of the World in South Africa and with only 18 Suites, one of the most exclusive hotels to stay at. It is steeped in history yet exquisitely furnished with no expense spared and suitable for royalty. The best part of staying at the Manor House is that you have access to play golf at The Links, ranked the number 1 golf course in South Africa. Your stay includes breakfast, high tea, one in room meal per day, transport in a luxury vehicle and golf every day on the Montagu or Outeniqua course. These Gary Player designs are among the top 20 courses in South Africa and the Top Trio to play for anyone visiting the Garden Route