24th - 30th March 2018.





  • Airfare & airport taxes on South Africa Airways
  • Meet and greet
  • All airport, land, and golf course transfers
  • 6 nights at City Lodge V&A Waterfront – Standard room Bed & Breakfast
  • 1 green fee at Clovelly Golf Course
  • 1 green fee at Royal Cape Golf Course
  • 1 green fee at De Zalze
  • Winelands tour – Non - Golfer
  • Peninsula tour – Non - Golfer
  • Table Mountain & Robben Island Tour – Non - Golfer
  • All taxes and compulsory service charges


  • Visa fees and travel insurance
  • Personal expenses e.g. Tips, Laundry & Gratuities
* Terms & Conditions apply


Day 1
24th March 2018
15.45 Hrs

23.20 Hrs


Depart on South Africa Airways for Cape town
Arrive Cape town International Airport on South Africa Airways  

Meet & greet
Transfer to Hotel for check-in

Overnight at City Lodge V&A Waterfront

Day 2
25th March 2018

Breakfast at the Hotel

Play Golf at Clovelly Country Club
Non golfers enjoy full day Winesland Tour
Overnight at City Lodge V&A Waterfront

Day 3
26th March 2018


Breakfast at the Hotel

Day at Leisure

Overnight at City Lodge V&A Waterfront

Day 4
27th March 2018

Breakfast at the Hotel

Play Golf at Royal Cape Golf Course

Non golfers enjoy full day Peninsula

Overnight at City Lodge V&A Waterfront

Day 5
28th March 2018

Breakfast at the Hotel

Play Golf at  De Zalze Golf Club

Non golfers enjoy full day Table Mountain & Robben Island Tour

Overnight at City Lodge V&A Waterfront

Day 6
29th March 2018

Breakfast at the Hotel

Day at Leisure
Overnight at City Lodge V&A Waterfront

Day 7
30th March 2018
06.00 Hrs

15.05 Hrs

Breakfast at the Hotel

Checkout and transfer to the airport
Depart on South Africa Airways flight to Nairobi
arrival Nairobi

End of Tour


Cape Town is the second-most populous city in South Africa, after Johannesburg, and the provincial capital and primate city of the Western Cape. It is the quintessential melting pot: it is a city alive with creativity, colour, sounds and taste. While walking through the city's streets and meeting its people, you will fall in love with its natural beauty and incredible spirit. Cape Town is a city where the unexpected is always just around the corner and the beautiful province of the Western Cape lies ready to be explored across the city border.


City Lodge V&A Waterfront***

  • City Lodge Hotel Victoria and Alfred Waterfront is located right at the entrance to the V&A Waterfront – allowing guests to not only easily enjoy this great Cape Town attraction but also take advantage of V&A Waterfront’s ideal location near golf courses.

  • The hotel is centrally located at the gateway to the vibrant and dynamic V&A Waterfront and within walking distance of Cape Town`s CBD, close to the N2 motorway and 15 minutes from the international airport.

  • A nautical theme runs through the hotel and a spa-pool is available for guests to relax in the warm Cape weather. This Cape Town hotel has 207 rooms.


Clovelly Country Club - Dr Charles Molteno Murray
18 holes, par 70
Opened: 1934
Distance: 5869 m
The course lies between Fish Hoek and Kalk Bay on the Cape Peninsula in the picturesque Clovelly valley in scenic nature.

The softly undulating grounds are bordered in the north by mountains covered in Fynbos and by sand dunes in the south. In some places one has a view of the Indian Ocean.

The clubhouse above the course is generously laid out and has a colonial flair, has a new practice range, very good restaurant and lounge

Royal Cape Golf Course - Sir Henry D'oyley Torrens

18 holes, par 72
Opened: 1885

Royal Cape Golf Club is the oldest golf club in South Africa and represents a grand golfing experience with a brilliant golf course and exceptional clubhouse and facilities.

The course is nicely located in Wynberg, just off the M5 which makes it a 20 minute drive from Cape Town CBD and a 30 minute drive from the Winelands.
The course is characterised by tree-lined fairways with numerous ponds, abundant bird life and brilliant USGA spec greens. There are so many great holes on this course; the 14th was rated as the best 14th hole in the country and it is a dogleg right that requires an accurate drive between lakes on either side of the fairway.

De Zalze Golf Club - Peter Matkovich
18 holes, par 72
Opened: 2000
Distance: 5428 Yards

The De Zalze Golf Course situated within the De Zalze Winelands Golf Estate was designed by Peter Matkovich (course architect for Leopard Rock, Arabella & Pinnacle Point amongst others) who made the most of the stunning setting and created a course that places a premium on accuracy. The course has an excellent mix of parkland holes with its main challenges presented in the form of the water features on several holes, as well as the Oak tree lined Blaauwklippen River which winds its way through the Golf Estate and comes into play at various intervals.

Full day Wineland Tour

The Stellenbosch winelands are considered to be the capital of the South African wine industry. With more than 60 estates currently operating, it's the leading centre for viticulture and viticultural research.Sipping your way across the Paarl Wine Route is one of the most enjoyable ways to experience this South African town. Nestled between towering mountains in the beautiful Cape winelands lies the magnificent Franschhoek Valley. This is the food and wine heartland of the country.

Full day Peninsula Tour
Tour South Africa’s Cape Peninsula and you’ll be treated to spectacular views. A rocky peninsula protruding 75 kilometres into the Atlantic Ocean, Cape Peninsula forms the south western fringe of the African continent. Set out on a scenic drive along the meandering coastal roads to Chapman's Peak and you will enjoy stunning views of the coastline.
Stroll past the ‘flowering’ foliage at the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve and you will see penguins at Boulders Beach’s penguin colony. With panoramic views and colourful flora, this tour is a must for nature lovers visiting South Africa!

Full day Table Mountain & Robben Island Tour
Table Mountain, a 1087-metre flat-topped massif with dramatic cliffs and eroded gorges, dominates the northern end of the Cape Peninsula.

Its north face overlooks the city centre with the distinct formations of Lion’s Head and Signal Hill to the west and Devil’s Peak to the east.

Robben Island is located in Table Bay, some 6km west of Bloubergstrand, and stands some 30m above sea level.

Robben Island has been used as prison and a place where people were isolated, banished and exiled to for nearly 400 years. It was also used as a post office, a grazing ground, a mental hospital and an outpost.


Last Update: 9 January 2018
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