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Southern Africa in Style
Cape Town, Sabi Sands, Victoria Falls, Rovos Rail

from $6,295.00 pps
R93,175.00 | €5,210.00 | £4,630.00
Per person sharing | Includes as per below

13 Nights | 3 Stops | 5 Rounds of Golf

You'll get a whole lot more on this two-week adventure than on any golf adventure elsewhere in the world. The chance to see three of Southern Africa's best regions – the excitement of Cape Town, the Big Five of Kruger National Park and the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls. Then add three nights aboard the ultra luxurious Rovos Rail, as it chugs through fascinating landscapes. The result is an unmatched journey of a lifetime, topped with handpicked golf courses to show off your expertise and prowess on the fairways and bunkers.
  • Amazing destinations
  • Wildlife on the Golf Course
  • Thrilling encounter with the Big 5
  • Rovos Rail

  • Half day tour of the Cape Peninsula and half day guided Wine Tasting in the vineyards
  • Twice daily safari activities including game drives and bush walks at Sabi Sabi
  • Sunset cruise on the Zambezi River
  • Full day safari on water and land at Chobe National Park
  • Guided walking tour of Victoria Falls
  • Big Five safari Hwange National Park
  • 4x Nights at 5-Star (Bed & Breakfast)
  • 3x Nights at 5-Star (Fully inclusive with activities and drinks)
  • 3x Nights at 5-Star (Bed, Breakfast and Dinner with limited drinks)
  • 3x Nights on 5-Star (Fully inclusive with activities and drinks)

  • 1x 18 holes at (includes Green Fee, Shared Cart and Halfway House)
  • 1x 18 holes at (includes Green Fee, Shared Cart and Halfway House)
  • 1x 18 holes at (includes Green Fee, Shared Cart and Halfway House)
  • 1x 18 holes at (includes Green Fee, Shared Cart and Halfway House)
  • 1x 18 holes at (includes Green Fee and Shared Cart)

  • Private transfers between Airports & Hotels
  • Return transfers between Hotel & Golf Course
  • Scheduled flight between Cape Town and Kruger International Airport and between Kruger and Victoria Falls airport
  • Meet & Greet at the Airport
  • All Taxes and Tourism Levies
  • 24/7 on-call local support

      Day to Day
      Route & Stops

      Explore each day and know exactly what to expect!

      Day 1 - Cape Town, South Africa
      Arrive in Cape Town

      Arrive at Cape Town International Airport where you will be met by our representative. 

      Welcome and assistance with transfer to your luxurious hotel in bustling heart of the V&A Waterfront. Check in to the for 4 nights. 

      They say there's never a bad time to visit Cape Town! Widely known as one of the most interesting and vibrant cities in the world, it is a heady cocktail of modern culture, fascinating history and exceptional natural beauty. Situated between Robben Island and Table Mountain in the heart of Cape Town's working harbour, the ancient Victoria & Alfred Waterfront is South Africa's most visited tourist destination. 

      Here Cape Dutch architecture and 21st century skyscrapers jostle for space with 450+ retail outlets that sell everything from high-street international fashion to indigenous local jewelry. And if shopping works up an appetite, over 80 eateries present culinary delights from rustic al fresco fish and chips to starched table-cloth fine dining in settings ranging from the water’s edge to feeling the sand under your feet. Add 22 heritage landmarks, indoor entertainment venues, live performances, and countless air, land and water activities; and we dare you to ever get bored at the nerve center of Cape Town. 

      Day 2 - Westlake Golf Club
      Golf at Westlake / Cape Peninsula Tour

      • Enjoy your first breakfast in the Mother City, before transfer for your round of golf. 

      • Play 1x18 holes of golf at (Includes Green Fee, Shared Cart and Halfway House). 

      • After your round, have a quick lunch at the clubhouse and depart for a half day guided tour of the Cape Peninsula. Travel along the Atlantic seaboard via the spectacular Chapman’s Peak drive, passing the Twelve Apostles Mountains and arrive at Cape Point at the very tip of the African peninsula. Soak in panoramic views from the iconic lighthouse and marvel at the indigenous flora and fauna at the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, which also has plenty of animals. The highlight will of course be meeting the incredibly friendly jackass penguins at Boulder’s Beach who will delight you with their comical antics.

      Day 3 - Steenberg Golf Club
      Golf at Steenberg

      After breakfast, you will be transferred for your next round of golf. 

      Play 1x18 holes of golf at (Includes Green Fee, Shared Cart and Halfway House). 

      Spend the rest of the day at leisure exploring the many sights and sounds of this picturesque region. The Constantia suburb is the oldest wine growing area in South Africa whose produce was even patronised by Napoleon during his confinement years in St. Helena. You could choose to spend some more time exploring the onsite Steenberg Wine Farm or any of the neighboring historic estates to sample some of their famous vintages (at your own cost) and pick up some souvenirs. Alternatively return to your base at the Waterfront and indulge in one of the many entertainment options on offer. 

      Day 4 - Erinvale Golf Club
      Golf at Erinvale / Wine Tasting

      This morning after breakfast, depart for your round of golf at Somerset West. 

      Play 1x18 holes of golf at (Includes Green Fee, Shared Cart and Halfway House). 

      Spend the afternoon in a guided tour of the famous Cape Winelands where you will visit two historic wineries, perhaps the well known Morgenster and Waterkloof estates. Learn about the art of wine making, sample select reds and whites with chocolate, cheese, olive oil and biltong (dried meat) and soak in the unique atmosphere of the quaint winelands with its Cape Dutch architecture and gurgling brooks. 

      With your taste buds singing, return to your hotel early evening for your last night in Cape Town.

      Day 5 - Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge
      Transfer to Sabi Sands

      Have breakfast before checking out and transfer to the Cape Town Airport for your scheduled flight to Kruger
      International Mpumalanga Airport.

      On arrival you'll be met and transferred to your lodge. Check-in to the legendary for 3
      nights on an all inclusive basis.

      Freshen up and time permitting, depart on an afternoon game drive with expert rangers.

      Sabi Sands Wildtuin is a 65,000 hectare private Game Reserve that shares a 50 kilometre unfenced boundary
      with the southwestern part of the legendary Kruger National Park. Animals move freely across the border
      making it one of the best place in the world for a safari. Intersected by the Sabi and Sand Rivers, it is home to
      a spectacular cross-section of wildlife including the Big 5 - lion, leopard, rhino, buffalo and elephant - as well
      as cheetah, wild dog and amazing diversity of plains game.

      Day 6 - Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge
      Full Day Safari

      Wake up early with coffee and rusks for a morning game drive oon custom built 4x4 Land Rovers. These
      outings are coordinated, and you will be kept up to date about recent sightings by highly trained teams of
      experienced game rangers and local Shangaan trackers, who are considered as amongst the best in Kruger.
      This is often the best time of the day to spot predators before they duck into the shade to escape heat.

      Come back for a hearty breakfast, following which, you can spend time catching a nap, or take a dip in the
      pool with a refreshing cocktail. After lunch, and afternoon high-tea, a game drive takes you back into the
      bush for some more action and adventure. Your vehicle will stop at a scenic spot for sundowner, often
      dubbed as the high point of any African safari. Also of note are the bush walks, that gives you a completely
      different perspective of the bush which cannot be appreciated from a vehicle.

      Later have a splendid dinner under a million African stars as lions roar and elephants trumpet in the distance
      and you exchange stories from the day’s sightings.

      Day 7 - Leopard Creek Country Club
      Golf at Leopard Creek

      After breakfast, its time for golf on one of South Africa’s top 2 golf courses. En route to the course, enjoy a
      game drive through the Kruger National Park.

      Play 1x18 holes of golf at Golf at Leopard Creek (Includes Green Fee, Shared Cart and Halfway House).

      The return transfer to your lodge will also include another safari through Kruger, and you will also stop at a
      scenic spot for a sundowner.

      Day 8 - Victoria Falls
      Transfer to Victoria Falls

      Bid farewell to Sabi Sabi this morning, as you are transferred after breakfast to KIMA for your flight to the
      Livingstone Airport in northern Zambia, from where you will be transferred by road to the other side of
      Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe.

      Check in to the grand Victoria Falls Hotel, set right on the edge of the falls for 3 nights.

      In the local language, the Falls is known as Mosi-Oa-Tunya, translating as ' the smoke that thunders'. Few
      natural wonders can match the spectacle as the mighty Zambezi river takes a sharp plunge into the abyss
      some 400 meters below. So abundant is the display of nature's raw power at Victoria Falls, that it prompted
      David Livingstone to exclaim in 1855, “scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by angels in their flight”.
      Not surprisingly, the largest curtain of falling water on earth is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the
      World and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Falls can also be accessed via private path from the hotel.

      Day 9 - Elephant Hills Hotel
      Golf at Elephant Hills / Sunset Cruise

      After breakfast, you will be transferred for your next round of golf.

      Play 1x18 holes of golf at Elephant Hills Golf Club (Includes Green Fee, Shared Cart and Halfway House).

      Following golf, and a light lunch you will be transferred for a scenic sunset cruise on the Zambezi river. It's a
      great photo opportunity against spectacular African sunsets and the possibility of spotting wild game like
      crocodiles, hippos and elephants are plenty, apart from the many different bird species.
      Elephant Hills Golf Club

      Day 11 - Chobe
      Full day Chobe Safari

      After breakfast, you will be transferred for a full day safari at the famous Chobe National Park, which is home
      to the largest herd of free roaming elephants, apart from the big cats, innumerable plains game, large pods
      of hippos and some of the biggest crocodiles in Africa. The first part will take you on a cruise along the Chobe
      river and after lunch, you will embark on a classic afternoon game drive in the park itself with expert guides.

      Day 11 - Victoria Falls Railway Station
      Walking Tour of the Falls/ Aboard Rovos Rail

      Your final morning at Victoria Falls gives you an up, close and personal encounter with this legendary
      phenomena on foot. With your knowledgeable guide, experience epic views of one of the world’s largest
      waterfall and explore the vast gorge where the roaring Zambezi River plunges into. Visit 'The Big Tree,' the
      rainforest trails and the incredible flora as well as sites like the Devil’s Cataract at the end of the Chain Walk.

      Return to your hotel for check out after which you will be transferred to the Victoria Falls Railway Station for
      the last leg of your journey aboard the most luxurious train in the world for almost a 1,000 miles. Check in to
      your all inclusive accommodation on the Rovos Rail for 3 nights.

      Freshen up in your suite before meeting up with your travel companions in the midway Lounge Car or the
      open Observation Deck at the rear of the train. The latter is also a firm favorite of keen photographers and
      you may have to politely request for a slot at this coveted place. As night descends, get ready to be blown
      away by the lavish multi-course dinner paired with many fine South African wines.

      Day 12 - Hwange
      Safari at Hwange NP

      Enjoy an early breakfast, after which you will disembark for a game drive at the Hwange National Park.

      Situated in the northwest corner of Zimbabwe, Hwange National Park (named after a local Nhanzwa chief)
      covers 1,462,000 hectares making it the nation’s largest wildlife area. It contains a variety of animals and
      bird species but is well-known for its prolific lion population. It became the royal hunting grounds to the
      Ndebele warrior-king Mzilikazi in the early 19th Century and was set aside as a National Park in 1929.

      Return for lunch, as the train travels between Dete and Gwaai along one of the world’s longest stretches of
      straight railway line – 114 kilometres – and passes Bulawayo: the second city of Zimbabwe and the industrial
      capital of the country. Later, enjoy dinner en route to the border at Beitbridge.

      Day 13 - Pyramid South
      Leisure on Board

      Take a break from your golf and safari adventure and spend an indulgent day, idling in the very lap of luxury
      as the train crosses the Tropic of Capricorn around noon before arriving in Pyramid late in evening. You'll be
      spoilt with choices to spend the day. Light up a Monte Cristo cigar in the Lounge Car, play a game of chess or
      catch up with friends. All yours, as you like it. Of course there is the never ending parade of gourmet cuisine
      and free flowing spirits to keep you company apart from fascinating stories told by the on board staff.

      Day 14 - Capital Park
      Disembark at Pretoria / See you soon

      Like all good things that must come to an end, bid farewell to your new found mates and the wonderful staff
      who have made it a sheer dream vacation. After breakfast, disembark at the Pretoria from where you will be
      transferred to the airport for your flight home. Have a safe trip and see you soon!