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Golf & Safari in Africa
George, Cape Town, Victoria Falls, Nairobi, Masai Mara, Nairobi

from $7,365.00 pps
R109,055.00 | €6,095.00 | £5,415.00
Per person sharing | Includes as per below


15 Nights | 10 Stops | 6 Rounds of Golf

A handmade melting pot of history, wildlife, culture, gastronomy and golf - that’s roughly what you can expect on this two week tour. The highlight of course being first row seats to one of the grandest spectacles on earth - a Masai Mara safari. But before you dive head on, there is much more to see and do at Garden Route, Cape Town, Victoria Falls and Nairobi. With breathtaking scenery at every turn, eye to eye with big game and of course seven rounds of first class golf, it's a journey of a lifetime.

WHY SHOULD YOU GO ON THIS TOUR
  • Cosmopolitan Cape Town
  • The Smoke that Thunders
  • Big Five Safaris in Masai Mara
  • Fancourt Golf Resort

MEMORABLE ACTIVITIES
  • Half day tour of Table Mountain & Cape Town
  • Half day tour of Franschhoek Winelands
  • Sunset cruise on the Zambezi River w/dinner
  • Half day guided tour of Victoria Falls
  • Half day visit to Elephant Sanctuary, Nairobi
  • Half Day Nairobi City Tour including visit to the Karen Blixen Museum and the Giraffe Center
  • Twice daily safari activities including guided bush walks, game drives, sundowners, bush breakfast, etc. along with visit and interaction at a Masai village
  • Host of optional activities (not included in price, at own cost) including Hot Air Balloon Safari, Out of Africa kopje picnics, Sundowners in Masai Boma with traditional entertainment, etc. at Masai Mara
LUXURIOUS ACCOMMODATION
  • 3x Nights at 5-Star Fancourt Hotel, George (Bed & Breakfast)
  • 3x Nights at 5-Star Table Bay Hotel, Cape Town (Bed & Breakfast)
  • 2x Nights at 5-Star Victoria Falls Hotel, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe (Bed, Breakfast and Dinner with limited drinks)
  • 3x Nights at 5-Star Giraffe Manor, Nairobi in Standard Room (Bed and Breakfast)
  • 3x Nights at 5-Star Elewana Elephant Pepper Camp, Mara North Conservancy (Bed Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Activities)
  • 1x Night at 5-Star Hemingways Nairobi, Nairobi (Bed & Breakfast)

WORLD CLASS GOLF
  • 1x 18 holes at Fancourt Montagu Golf Course (Green Fee, Cart & Halfway House)
  • 1x 18 holes at Fancourt Outeniqua Golf Course (Green Fee, Cart & Halfway House)
  • 1x 18 holes at Steenberg Golf Club (includes Green Fee, Shared Cart and Halfway House)
  • 1x 18 holes at Pearl Valley Golf Club (includes Green Fee, Cart and Halfway House)
  • 1x 18 holes at Elephant Hills Golf Course (includes Green Fee and Shared Cart)
  • 1x 18 holes at Muthaiga Golf Course (includes Green Fee and Caddy)
  • 1x 18 holes at Karen Country Club Course (includes Green Fee and Caddy)

TRAVEL & MISCELLANEOUS
  • Private transfers between Airports & Hotels
  • Return transfers between Hotel & Golf Course
  • Scheduled flights between George & Cape Town, Cape Town & Victoria Falls and between Victoria Falls & Nairobi
  • Return charter flights between Nairobi and Masai Mara
  • 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 - Fancourt Hotel
Arrive in George


Arrive at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg where you will be met by our representative and assisted with your connecting flight to George.
On arrival in George Airport you will be met and transferred to your luxurious golf resort in the heart of the Garden Route. Check in to the Fancourt Hotel for 3 nights.
The Fancourt Estate is situated in the heart of the Garden Route – one of South Africa’s most iconic tourist attractions. This expanse of organic beauty stretches along the south-east coastline from Mossel Bay to the Storms River in the Eastern Cape. The Outeniqua mountain range is well within eyeshot from the vantage point of the estate. Beyond that, forested regions, lagoons and rolling hills provide visitors with access to all the raw, natural beauty that South Africa has to offer. Available activities along this coastline include hiking, bird-watching, canoeing and tree canopy slides against a backdrop of scenic splendour. The Garden Route is the world’s best-kept natural secret and Fancourt is the perfect place to start your adventure.
Freshen up and enjoy a great welcome dinner at the Henry White’s fine-dining Restaurant.

Day 2 - Montagu at Fancourt
Golf at Fancourt Montagu


After breakfast, warm up for your first round of golf at the onsite course.
Play 1x18 holes of golf at Fancourt Montagu Golf Course (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 or the facilities at this glorious resort. 

Day 3 - Montagu at Fancourt
Golf at Fancourt Montagu


Enjoy another great breakfast before your second round of golf, again onsite at the resort.
Play 1x18 holes of golf at Fancourt Outeniqua Golf Course (Includes Green Fee, Shared Cart and Halfway House).
After your round you could choose to stay back at the resort and enjoy the spa to rejuvenate those aching muscles or step out to discover this historic town and its suburbs. Hit the beach for an aquatic activity, explore the ancient stalagmite and limestone formations at Cango Caves, meet the ostriches at Oudtshoorn or even get your taste buds singing on a quick wine tasting tour.
Later. opt to dine in at the onsite restaurant including the La Catina for authentic Mediterranean cuisine or classic fine dining at the Henry White’s. There are plenty of nearby eateries too and we recommend you to try fresh seafood and traditional South African dishes that will be a new experience.

Day 4 - The Table Bay hotel
Arrive in Cape Town


This morning, check out after breakfast for transfer to George Airport for your scheduled flight to Cape Town.
Welcome and assistance with transfer to your luxurious hotel in bustling heart of the V&A Waterfront. Check in to the Table Bay Hotel for 3 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 5 - Steenberg Golf Club
Golf at Steenberg / Table Mountain & City Tour


Enjoy your first breakfast in the Mother City, before transfer for your round of golf.
Play 1x18 holes of golf at Steenberg Golf Club (Includes Green Fee, Shared Cart and Halfway House).
After your round, its time for a guided tour of Cape Town and the Table Mountain. Start with a drive through the city center, passing landmarks such as the Castle of Good Hope, Company Gardens and the Malay Quarter. Next, go to Table Mountain via Kloof Nek, and ascend to the top (weather permitting) by revolving cable car (tickets not included). Look for wild flowers and the famous silver tree, before getting a bird’s-eye view of the city and its beaches. On clear days it’s possible to see Cape Point on one side and Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned, on the other side.

Day 6 - Pearl Valley Golf Estate and Spa
Golf at Pearl Valley / Wine Tasting


This morning after breakfast, depart for your round of golf at Franschhoek.
Play 1x18 holes of golf at Pearl Valley Golf Course (Includes Green Fee, Shared Cart and Halfway House).
Spend the afternoon in a guided tour of the famous Franschhoek Winelands where you will visit two historic wineries, perhaps the well known Mont Rochelle and La Mottte 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 rich French history dating over 300 years. You can also shop for your favorite wines from the estates to carry back home.
With your taste buds singing, return to your hotel early evening for your last night in Cape Town.

Day 7 - The Victoria Falls Hotel
Transfer to Victoria Falls


Bid farewell to Cape Town this morning, as you are transferred after breakfast to the Cape Town airport for your scheduled flight to the Victoria Falls Airport in Zimbabwe. On arrival, you will be met and transferred to
your hotel in the town of Victoria Falls.
Check in to the grand Victoria Falls Hotel , set right on the edge of the falls for 2 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 8 - Victoria Falls
Tour of Falls / Golf at Elephant Hills / Sunset Cruise


Your next 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.
After your tour, it’s time for golf. Play 1x18 holes of golf at Elephant Hills Golf Club (Includes Green Fee, Shared Cart and Halfway House).
Late afternoon, you will be transferred for a scenic sunset cruise on the Zambezi river, aboard the luxurious “Malachite” vessel. Amuse bouche and snack platters are served while the sun sinks below the shimmering surface of the Zambezi. It's a great photo opportunity from the upper deck and the possibility of spotting wild game like crocodiles, hippos and elephants are plenty, apart from the many different bird species. After the sun has sunk below the river line, a seven course dinner made from locally sourced, fresh ingredients is served on the lower deck of the vessel, exemplifying the hallmarks of exquisite cuisine prepared on board by two chefs. Time seems to stand still as the boat gently glides along to the sound of water lapping up against her sides. Far removed from the glare of city lights and noise, the moon and stars shine brightly in the sky and an atmosphere of mystery and romance envelopes the evening’s experience.

Day 9 - Giraffe Manor
Transfer to Nairobi


After breakfast, check out from Victoria Falls Hotel before transfer to the airport for your scheduled flight to Nairobi International Airport.
Welcome and assistance with transfer to your luxurious hotel in the Langata suburbs of Nairobi. Check in to the Giraffe Manor for 3 nights.
Freshen up and spend the rest of the day on your own.

Day 10 - Muthaiga Golf Course


Day 11 - Karen Country Club
Elephant Orphanage / Karen GC


This morning after breakfast you will visit the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust on a half-day tour of a Nairobi elephant orphanage that’s home to adorable baby elephants that have been rescued by conservationists. You will love to watch the baby animals frolic in mud bath, get up close to them and benefit from the chance to touch them as their handlers feed them milk.
Return to your hotel and after a short rest, transfer for your next round of golf.
Play 1x18 holes of golf at Karen Country Club Golf Course (Includes Green Fee and Caddy).

Day 12 - Elephant Pepper Camp by Elewana
Transfer to Mara North Conservancy


After breakfast and an easy checkout, meet your driver who will transfer you to the Wilson Airport. Fly from Nairobi to the Keekorok Airstrip in Masai Mara.
On arrival you'll be met and transferred to camp. Check-in to the Elewana Elephant Pepper Camp for 3 nights.
Situated in southwest Kenya, the Mara North Conservancy is a beautiful private wilderness area spanning more than 30 000 hectares. It is home to a spectacular array of plants, reptiles, birds and mammals; including elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion, leopard, cheetah and large concentrations of wildebeest, zebra, gazelle and other migratory wildlife. Leopard Gorge, in the heart of the conservancy, is famous as the setting of countless BBC Big Cat Diaries and National Geographic documentaries. The neighbouring well-known Maasai Mara National Reserve, this conservancy is vital for sustaining the famous Serengeti wildebeest migrations as well as the highly threatened African wild dog and black rhino.
Enjoy an afternoon game drive with a grand sundowner, followed by a sumptuous dinner at the lodge.

Day 13 - Maasai Mara
Safari Activities at Masai Mara


Wake up early with coffee and rusks for a morning game drive or bush walk with expert rangers. 
You will visit both the Mara North Conservancy as well as the adjoining Masai Mara National Reserve, and can do either morning, evening or all day game drives. Please note that viewing the main migration river crossings requires a full day out as they are located some way from camp. Inquire about a Hot Air Balloon Safari over the Masai Mara for a once in a lifetime Safari Experience! (at your own cost).
Take the time to leave the car behind and enjoy the small things – animal tracks, flowers and micro-ecosystems. All the guides are Bronze or Silver level Kenya Professional Safari Guides Association certified, and simply enjoy sharing their knowledge and can take you on a delightful ramble from camp.
Finally, a visit to the Masai Mara region would not be complete with a visit to a Maasai village, which delivers a unique insight into this age-old culture. Utterly authentic, the village visit promises unrivalled photo- opportunities. It begins with a traditional welcome from the Maasai morans (warriors), who will escort you from your vehicle and into the brushwood enclosure. Typically, the village elders will be on hand to welcome you and the young morans will demonstrate the traditional kindling of fire. Several long notes will then be sounded on an eland horn. This summons the Maasai from the surrounding villages to come and meet the guests. In the meantime you will be invited to enter a traditional Maasai home, learn about Maasai daily life, enjoy dancing and singing displays and visit the community’s own handicrafts market.
In addition, you may also choose from a host of optional activities such as Out of Africa picnics, Life of a Hunter/Gatherer Walks, Seedball Dispersal, Traditional Canvas Baths, interactive visit to Masai Warrior School,
Bush Spa Treatments etc. at an additional price during your stay.

Day 14 - Maasai Mara
Safari Activities at Masai Mara


Wake up early with coffee and rusks for a morning game drive or bush walk with expert rangers. 
You will visit both the Mara North Conservancy as well as the adjoining Masai Mara National Reserve, and can do either morning, evening or all day game drives. Please note that viewing the main migration river crossings requires a full day out as they are located some way from camp. Inquire about a Hot Air Balloon Safari over the Masai Mara for a once in a lifetime Safari Experience! (at your own cost).
Take the time to leave the car behind and enjoy the small things – animal tracks, flowers and micro-ecosystems. All the guides are Bronze or Silver level Kenya Professional Safari Guides Association certified, and simply enjoy sharing their knowledge and can take you on a delightful ramble from camp.
Finally, a visit to the Masai Mara region would not be complete with a visit to a Maasai village, which delivers a unique insight into this age-old culture. Utterly authentic, the village visit promises unrivalled photo- opportunities. It begins with a traditional welcome from the Maasai morans (warriors), who will escort you from your vehicle and into the brushwood enclosure. Typically, the village elders will be on hand to welcome you and the young morans will demonstrate the traditional kindling of fire. Several long notes will then be sounded on an eland horn. This summons the Maasai from the surrounding villages to come and meet the guests. In the meantime you will be invited to enter a traditional Maasai home, learn about Maasai daily life, enjoy dancing and singing displays and visit the community’s own handicrafts market.
In addition, you may also choose from a host of optional activities such as Out of Africa picnics, Life of a Hunter/Gatherer Walks, Seedball Dispersal, Traditional Canvas Baths, interactive visit to Masai Warrior School,
Bush Spa Treatments etc. at an additional price during your stay.