Where to go in South Africa

Cape Town

Close to the southern tip of Africa lies the jewel in the crown of African cities, Cape Town. Blessed with gorgeous beaches, craggy mountains, world class vineyards and restaurants, vibrant locals, art and culture, there is a smorgasbord of activities for even the most discerning traveller to keep themselves occupied! 

Walk through 350 years of history, climb Lions Head, take the cable car up Table Mountain, sun yourself on one of the beaches, wine and dine till you’ve had your fill, this is a city that will keep you busy and draw you in for more. Welkom!


Nestled amongst the most spectacular mountains a short drive away from Cape Town lie the towns of Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl. World renowned for their wines, choose from hundreds of different estates and cultivars to satisfy your desires. 

Whether you like the hustle and bustle of university town Stellenbosch with its cafes, galleries and laid back atmosphere or the quaintness of Franschhoek, you’re guaranteed to get that feeling that a life lived here would indeed be a wonderful adventure in taste.

Walker Bay

Home to the original holiday town, Hermanus, the Walker Bay area has many attractions to lure you. 

Whether it’s the whales (Jul – Nov), shark cage diving, restaurants, the wines of the Hemel en Aarde Valley or wandering the stunning trails of the Fernkloof Nature Reserve, this area has something to captivate everyone!

Come see…

Garden Route

Stretching 300 km along the east coast from Mossel Bay to Jeffreys Bay, lies a stretch of evergreen coastline with scenery, activities and accommodation to feed the soul.

Elephants, whales, rugged coastline, endless Indian Ocean beaches and the vibrant towns of Knysna and Plettenberg Bay are jewels in the crown of this area.

Arts and crafts, big cat sanctuaries, the largest free flight aviary in the world, monkeys, oysters, wine and more beckon.


From the bustling African city that is Durban, welcome to homeland of the Zulu. Warm Indian Ocean beaches contrast beautifully with the mighty Drakensberg mountains.

From Big 5 safaris to fly fishing to Boer War battlefields, scuba diving to crocodiles and hippos in the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, from hiking in the Drakensberg to the rhinos of Hluhluwe, KwaZulu Natal has plenty to keep you interested.


Up early, now is the time to spot wildlife, before it’s too hot! From your open topped game viewer, track and move amongst a plethora of South Africa’s game. 

Whilst the Big 5 is on everyone’s “must see”, don’t forget the other animals which make Africa so special, Wild Dog, Aardvark, Honey Badger, Sable antelope, Hyena and the elusive Pangolin amongst others. 

Retire to luxury to be well fed and pampered to your heart’s content before your next adventure in the bush….

Hiking / Trekking

Surrounded by splendid mountains just about everywhere, this is a hikers paradise. Our backdrop in Cape Town is the glorious Table Mountain, a mountain of legendary acclaim. Many routes up this beauty ensure a great time, every time!

Something wilder, try  The Cederberg 200 km north of Cape Town for real wilderness trekking, magnificent scenery and if needed the creature comforts you want.

The wine area around Stellenbosch boasts Jonkershoek, Franschhoek, the Mount Rochelle Nature Reserve and Hermanus the Fernkloof Nature Reserve. Further afield on the Garden Route, how about the multi day, world renowned Otter Trail? 

So much, let’s chat about it!


We gave you Gary Player, Ernie Els, The Goose, so we have some stupendous courses to offer you countrywide.

The Cape Town and Winelands area boasts Steenberg, De Zalze, Pearl Valley, Arabella and Erinvale to name but a few.

Head up the Garden Route, play Pinnacle Point, Oubaai, Simola, Pezula or Fancourts courses.

Rest assured you will be entertained, you will enjoy these world class courses!


Home to a sport mad nation, South Africa offers some of the greatest mass participation sporting events in the world!

Easter Saturday each year sees the running of the Two Oceans 56 km Ultra Marathon and half marathon.

The second Sunday of March sees the world’s largest one day, timed cycle race, The Cape Town Cycle Tour. Join 35,000 cyclists on a 109 km journey around the Cape Peninsula.

How about tackling the world’s oldest ultra marathon, The Comrades Marathon? Changing direction each year this 89 km race showcases the human spirit.