Great Safaris Offers Golfers the Tee Time of a Lifetime on South Africa’s Most Prestigious Courses
Veteran outfitter’s new itineraries also boast world-class game drives, luxurious accommodations
On Great Safaris’ 12-day Great Southern Safari , Luxe & Premier levels, travelers live in the lap of luxury in the cosmopolitan Cape Town. With the scenic Table Mountain range in the background, golfers of all handicap levels play 18-holes at the Royal Cape Golf Club.
Next up is wildlife safari at Kruger National Park and golf at the exclusive Leopard Creek Country Club, rated South Africa’s No. 1 Course by Golf Digest. This truly unique Garry Player designed course shares both a border and resident big game populations with South Africa’s spectacular Kruger National Park. Sightings of crocodile, hippo, antelope, buffalo and wild boar are commonplace, either on the course itself or in or next to the river running alongside several holes. Great Safaris CEO Dave Herbert is a founding member of Leopard Creek offering an exclusive and once-in-a-lifetime golf safari experience.
On the last leg of the Great Southern Safari, travelers will fly north to Victoria Falls where they can enjoy a multi-hued sunset cruise on the mighty Zambezi River and explore the impressive Falls on a guided walking tour through the rainforest, and mount a gentle giant for an exciting elephant back safari. Golfers will hit the green on another Garry Player course, Elephant Hills. Playing golf at the Elephant Hills is like a walk in the park where wildlife is often seen enjoying the well maintained grasses and the vegetation.
Adventurers can embark on the 10-day Cape & Luxury Safari where they’ll spend their days touring the beautiful sights of Cape Town and playing at the Royal Cape Golf Club and Steenberg Country Club. Steenberg has been voted as the Top Foreign Golf Resort of 2012 by readers of Condé Nast Traveler. The Steenberg golf course is also rated as one of the top three courses to visit in South Africa. Guests are accommodated in luxurious hotels where they can get some quality rest and relaxation before heading to the Sambona Wildlife Reserve. Just three hours outside of Cape Town, Sambona offers guests beautifully appointed, luxury bush tents and boasts the only free roaming white lions in the world, a vast variety of animal life and highly competent field guides to lead travelers through their safari experience.
Departing weekly throughout 2013, the Great Southern Safari’s land costs are $6,995 per person and the Cape & Luxury golf safari’s land costs are $3,395 per person based on double occupancy. These special golf itineraries are valid through Dec. 5.
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