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8 Days/7 Nights/5 rounds of golf

CAPE TOWN DAYS 1 – 5
Resting at the confluence of the Indian and Atlantic oceans, sandwiched between the slopes of the iconic Table Mountain and the glistening sapphire waters of Table Bay, the exceptionally scenic city of Cape Town is in a class of its own. Some cities boast rich culture, vibrant nightlife, a cosmopolitan atmosphere and extraordinary architecture, while others boast breathtaking landscapes and extraordinary natural wonders. Cape Town is lucky enough to be blessed with all of these attractions and so much more. With its bustling harbour, world-class beaches, top-notch vineyards, and its mountainous surroundings brimming with diverse flora and fauna, Cape Town consistently captivates the hearts of all who visit.

STELLENBOSCH DAYS 5 – 8
A blend of historical architecture, student life, epicurean delights and oak-lined avenues, Stellenbosch is a picturesque university town surrounded by mountains and vineyards. A walking tour of the town centre allows visitors to take in its beautifully preserved Cape Dutch and Victorian architecture, as well as the many enticing art galleries, craft shops, clothing boutiques and gift stores, while foodies may prefer indulging in mouth-watering cuisine and fine wines at one of the chic restaurants or buzzing bistros. Stellenbosch is also the ideal base from which to explore the renowned local wine route, boasting a high proportion of the country’s leading wine estates.

  • Vineyard Hotel, Cape Town
    4 nights
  • Oude Werf, Stellenbosch
    3 nights

Price per person sharing From: R 23,450.00 Currency Conversion Tool (live rates)
Valid From: 01 November 2019 – 31 March 2020 (Excluding Peak Dates)

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8 Days/7 Nights/5 rounds of golf

Day 1 – Day 5
4 Nights The Vineyard in a Mountain Facing Room – (Bed & Breakfast)
Day 5 – Day 8
3 Nights Oude Werf Hotel in a Deluxe Room – (Bed & Breakfast)

Day 2 – Clovelly Country Club (Green Fee Only)
Day 3 – Steenberg Golf Club (Green Fee Only)
Day 4 – Milnerton Golf Club (Green Fee Only)
Day 6 – De Zalze Golf Estate (Green Fee Only)
Day 7 – Pearl Valley Golf Estates (Includes Shared Golf Cart)

Price per person sharing From: R 23,450.00 Currency Conversion Tool (live rates)

Valid From: 01 November 2019 – 31 March 2020 (Excluding Peak Dates)

Day 2 – Clovelly Country Club (Green Fee Only)

The Clovelly Country Club lies, surrounded by funbos, in the pristine Silvermine Valley outside Fish Hoek and offers one of the finest and most tranquil golf courses in the country.

Day 3 – Steenberg Golf Club (Green Fee Only)

The Steenberg Golf Club is rated as one of the top three courses to visit in South Africa, while the Estate itself has earned global recognition as a flagship residential address. Situated mere minutes from the Cape Town city centre, Steenberg is a first-class destination for fine dining, wines of origin and luxury hotel accommodation. Steeped in the Cape Dutch tradition, history has an elegant, almost tangible quality at Steenberg. Nestled in the crook of the Constantiaberg Mountains, the Estate is a piece of time-crafted perfection some three centuries in the making.

Day 4 – Milnerton Golf Club (Green Fee Only)

Milnerton Golf Course is an 18-hole, par 72 seaside course situated in a leafy suburb just 10 minutes north of the city of Cape Town. Surrounded by natural beauty, the course is a pleasure to the senses.

Nestled between the Atlantic ocean and the RietVlei river, this lush links-type course is relatively flat with few trees. But with the sea and the lagoon bordering most holes, and the 7 beautiful water holes waiting to claim the wayward shot, it offers a truly unique golfing experience! Typical of many links-type courses, you will play the first 9 holes out, enjoy a light meal at the halfway house, and then return back to the clubhouse via the second 9.

Day 6 – De Zalze Golf Estate (Green Fee Only)

The 300 hectare Winelands Golf Estate offers golfers and visitors the opportunity to enjoy on site wine tasting, picturesque accommodation, dining at Terroir Restaurant as well as relaxing on the terrace at the spectacular clubhouse where you can enjoy superb breakfasts and lunches.
This Golf Estate has proven to be one of the most sought after golf estate real estate investments in South Africa, having achieved record sales since 2002.

Day 7 – Pearl Valley Golf Estates: (Including shared golf cart)

The masterplan was shaped by the vision of golf legend Jack Nicklaus and his unique touch is evident throughout the course at Pearl Valley Golf Estates. Nicklaus, who was recent named ‘the most influential man in golf’ in a prominent international golf magazine, has used his wealth of knowledge and experience in the game to develop a truly stunning golf course.

Every hole is played against the spectacular backdrop of the mountains surrounding the estate and all are challenging due to the startegically set bunkers and fast greens. The prevailing winds throughout the area have also been taken into consideration with the course design; the winter being northwesterly and the summer wind from a southeasterly direction. All par 3s and par 5s play in different directions, ensuring that the same conditions are seldom experienced during a round.

VINEYARD HOTEL | CAPE TOWN

  • 4 Nights
  • Bed & Breakfast

The Vineyard Story spans more than two centuries. The legendary founder, Lady Anne, built a country cottage here in 1799, and since then, as urban residence and 120-year-old hotel, it has welcomed statesmen, artists, celebrities, Nobel laureates and countless global visitors to this historic spot, served today by our 300-strong, multi-cultural, Vineyard family.

The Hotel is ideally located just off the main Peninsula sightseeing route, 10 minutes from the city and an hour’s drive from the Cape Winelands.

Views of the shady courtyard water gardens, treed parkland and mountainscape are one feature of 208 en-suite accommodations located across the estate, which includes Standard doubles and Deluxe Rooms, Junior Suites, Suites and Cottages.

Leisure activities at the Hotel include spa treatments, guided walks and more. Top local experiences are within walking distance or a short drive away.

Overlooking shady courtyard gardens, Courtyard Standard single and double rooms have a bathroom with separate shower and bath and are furnished in contemporary style, some with original Cape-style wood furniture. Each room is equipped with a flatscreen, a hairdryer, complimentary tea & coffee making facilities and wall safe.

4 Star Hotel

Spoken Languages: Afrikaans, Dutch, English, French, German

No. Rooms: 207

Special Interests: Beach / Coastal, Flora, Gourmet, Hiking, History & Culture, Leisure, Nature, Relaxation, Shopping, Sports, Wine

OUDE WERF HOTEL | STELLENBOSCH

  • 3 Nights
  • Bed & Breakfast

A stroll from the many historic attractions of the Winelands ‘capital’ of Stellenbosch, Oude Werf combines a centuries-old heritage as South Africa’s oldest continuously operating hotel with luxury contemporary comforts and intimate hospitality. Rest in one of 58 beautifully designed, deluxe en suite accommodations. Enjoy classic Cape flavours and vintages at a superb restaurant with vine-covered courtyard. Relax in its cosy lounge and bar, or refresh in its shady gardens at poolside.

SUPERIOR ROOMS
Located in the Hotel’s impressive new wing, overlooking the leafy courtyard and pool, these 21 compact open-plan rooms are eclectically styled, with the latest contemporary features and fittings, offset by chic vintage-inspired details and textures and offering twin, double or king size beds. All en-suite with luxury shower, some also feature a separate bath. Ground floor rooms enjoy shady garden patios, while rooms on the 2nd floor have step-out balconies.
DELUXE ROOMS
These 12 newly refurbished rooms are located on both the ground and first floors of the original inn-house building, and in the adjacent Victorian wings overlooking the garden courtyard. Each is uniquely decorated in the hotels signature ‘chic antique’ contemporary style, with rich woods and textiles that echo the extravagant comforts of a Georgian bedroom. With either double or twin beds, all include spacious luxury bathrooms with showers and walk-in dressing rooms. Average room + bathroom dimensions are approximately 35-40m ² + 6m².
LUXURY ROOMS
These spacious, signature rooms on the Ground, First and Second floors enjoy airy views of our quiet central gardens or courtyard. Open plan-style layouts feature bedrooms with separate en suite bath, shower, vanity and toilet. 21st Century comforts are beautifully blended with soft tones, textures and unique historic styling inspirations.
  • 4 Star Hotel
  • Spoken Languages: Afrikaans, Dutch, English, French, German
  • No. Rooms: 207
  • Special Interests: Beach / Coastal, Flora, Gourmet, Hiking, History & Culture, Leisure, Nature, Relaxation, Shopping, Sports, Wine

BANKING AND CURRENCY
Currency

The currency is the Rand, which is divided into 100 cents. There are R200, R100, R50, R20 and R10 notes. Coins come in R5, R2, R1, 50c, 20c, 10c and 5c.

Banking

Banks are found in most towns, and are generally open from 09h00 to 15h30 on weekdays and 08h30 to 11h00 on Saturdays (Closed Sundays and Public Holidays). Most of them offer foreign exchange services – with cash, bank & credit cards as well as travellers cheques. You can also obtain cash from automatic teller machines (ATMs). Several international banks have branches in the main city centres. Always advise your bank that you are travelling outside of the country as they might block your purchases if they are not informed.

TRAVEL, TRANSPORT AND GETTING AROUND
Travelling around South Africa is relatively easy by air, road and rail.

Principal air routes are serviced by SAA and British Airways, operated by Comair. There are 2 low-cost carriers on main routes, namely Kulula.com and Mango.

Facilitating travel around South Africa are 10 airports managed by the Airports Company South Africa (Acsa). In addition, there are some 90 regional airports, including the Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport in Nelspruit and the Skukuza Airport, offering access to the Kruger National Park.

An extensive tarred road system makes travelling in South Africa by vehicle convenient and easy. You will find gravel roads in rural areas though. Note:

A valid international driver’s licence is required.
We drive on the left hand side of the road.
Wearing seat belts is compulsory and cell phones can only be used ‘hands free’.
Speed limits are generally set at 120km on freeways, 100km on secondary roads and 60km in urban areas.
Toll fees apply on certain national roads.
Petrol stations are widespread.
Most global car hire firms have branches in South Africa
Another means of getting around South Africa are luxury inter-city bus services such as Greyhound and Trans-Lux. Metrobus buses are available for in-city transport. Metered taxis must be ordered by telephone. There is a hop-on-hop-off bus in Cape Town and Johannesburg.

Our rail system includes the long-haul, inexpensive Shosholoza Meyl Metrorail trains. More luxurious options are the Blue Train, Premier Classe and the steam train Rovos Rail. There is also the new Gautrain rapid transit railway system in Gauteng Province which links Johannesburg, Pretoria, Ekhuruleni and OR Tambo International Airport.

FOOD, DRINK AND CUISINE ADVICE
Standards of hygiene in relation to food health and safety in South Africa, are generally high in hotels, restaurants, pubs and nightspots. Tap water in South Africa is safe to drink and cook with when taken from taps in urban areas. Not all tap water in rural areas is safe for consumption, so take precautions if necessary.

It is safe to eat fresh fruit, vegetables and salads, and put ice in your drinks. South Africa’s fish, meat and chicken are of excellent quality, so there is no need to limit yourself when enjoying the local cuisine.

Restaurants are subject to South Africa’s food safety control legislation, which is implemented by local government. Regulations include certification and regular inspections by health inspectors to ensure hygienic standards are maintained.

Street food is not as common in South Africa as it is in other countries, although vendors selling traditional snacks and meals can be found in city centres and townships. Food safety in such instances cannot always be guaranteed.

CLIMATE AND WEATHER
South African temperatures, which are measured in centigrade, average at highs of 28°C to average lows of 8°C in the summer months while winter temperatures range from 1°C at night to around 18°C in the day. Average annual rainfall is on the low side at under 500mm a year, making the country somewhat dry. Much of the rain falls in the Western Cape in the winter, differing from the rest of the country, which experiences summer rainfall. On the plus side, the South African climate boasts more than its fair share of sunshine, recording an average of 8.5 hours a day.

CLOTHING AND DRESS RECOMMENDATIONS
Summer

Bring clothes that are cool, light and comfortable because summer temperatures can get well into the 30 – 40 degree Celsius range in some areas. Also bring an umbrella or raincoat during summer as this is when most of the country gets its rain, but don’t forget a swimming costume (bathing suit).

Winter

The winters are generally mild, comparing favourably with European summers. But there are days when temperatures dive, especially in high-lying areas such as the Drakensberg, so be prepared with jerseys and jackets. Cape Town gets its rain during the winter season so it’s advisable to bring rain gear along.

General

Always bring a hat, sunglasses and sunblock as the sun can be strong even in the winter months.

Walking shoes are a good idea all year-round, with warm socks in the winter.

If you are doing business in the country, business attire (suit and tie) is generally called for in the corporate sector, but media for example generally dress more casually.

For game viewing, a couple of neutral-toned items will be useful, but there’s no need to go overboard. A good pair of walking shoes is also advisable.

For the evening, if you are dining at an upmarket restaurant or seeing a show, smart-casual attire is recommended.

ELECTRICITY AND PLUG STANDARDS
Current is 220/240 volts at 50 cycles per second. A three-point round-pin adapter plug should be brought for your electrical appliances – such adapters are also available at major airports..

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Cape Winelands Tour 7 nights

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  • 8 Days/7 Nights/5 rounds of golf
  • Vineyard Hotel, Cape Town
    4 nights
  • Oude Werf, Stellenbosch
    3 nights
  • Price per person sharing From: R 23,450.00 Currency Conversion Tool (live rates)
  • Valid From: 01 November 2019 – 31 March 2020 (Excluding Peak Dates)