Combining the South Africa Highveld from Johannesburg and the Waterberg at Bela-Bela to the Kruger Lowveld from Phalaborwa to Malelane, we include some of the very best African Bushveld with prestine Golf Courses along the way in this 12 Day Kruger Park Golf Tour
- Professional Guide
- Comfortable airconditioned transport
- Accommodation as per Itinerary
- 11 nights’ 4-5 star Accommodation
- Meals as per Itinerary (FB – Full Board, B – Breakfast, L – Lunch, D- Dinner)
- All Green fees and golf carts
- Full Day Kruger National Park Game Drive
- Park Entrance and Conservation fees
- Restaurant Meals as indicated
- Visa fees, Airport Transfers, Curios and Tips
- Optional Activities and Excursions not indicated in itinerary
- Personal Beverages
Highlighted Golf Courses:
- Randpark Golf Club
- Zebula Golf Club
- Hans Merensky Golf Resort
- Panorama Route
- Sabie River Sun Golf Estate
- Kruger National Park
- Highland Gate
Day 01: Arrival in Johannesburg (D) (The Fairway Hotel and Spa)
On arrival, transfer to our Hotel to the Fairway Hotel and Spa before departing on a short city tour around Johannesburg and Soweto. Johannesburg is the financial capital of the African continent. With a population of 5.8 Million people there is a diversity of all cultures which is evident by taking a city tour through this metropolis. Visiting the Apartheid Museum and Soweto we get a better picture of what this great African city can provide.
Day 02: Firethorn or Bushwillow Golf Course
The Randpark Golf course boasts x2 18 holes courses. Both the manicured Bushwillow and the Firethorn 18 hole courses are found on the property and either can be played depending on the day of booking. The ultimate in urban golfing waits to be played in the heart of Johannesburg and enjoying a late afternoon ice cold drink at the club house after a day of golfing.
Day 03: Johannesburg to Bela-Bela (B, D) (Mabula Game Lodge Lodge) (203km)
Take a quick 9 hole early morning on own account before a late morning departure from Johannesburg heading north in the bushveld area of Bela-Bela, we arrive early afternoon at the Zebula Golf Estate.
Spend the day at leisure at the resort taking part in any optional activities on offer or treat yourself to a Spa before sundowners and evening dinner.
Day 04: Zebula Golf Course (B, D) (Mabula Game Lodge Lodge)
Set within the typical African Bushveld and surrounded by wildlife, the Zebula Golf Course is an 18 hole course that offers a little something different. Designed by Peter Matkovich. He followed the natural contours of the area and in doing so shows no impact on the natural environment, the course promises to be both challenging, playable and enjoyable for all levels.
Day 05: Bela-Bela to Phalaborwa (B, D) (428km)
Travelling in a northerly direction, our route passes through the small town of Mokopane and Tzaneen. Arriving mid-afternoon at our Lodge for the next two nights, the rest of the day is spent at leisure before an included night game drive in the Kruger National Park or a quick 9 holes before sunset. Should you opt for a quick 9 holes on own account its strongly advised to return to the club house before sunset as there are wild animals roaming the course after dark such as the resident Giraffe, Hippo and Crocodiles.
Day 06: Hans Merensky Golf Course
The Hans Merensky par 72 championship course was established in 1967, designed by Bob Grimsdell and named after a German geologist that arrived seeking his fortune in 1904. The course promises to show its reputation in being where golf meets wildlife.
Most of the day is dedicated playing this one of a kind course after returning from a morning open vehicle game drive in the Kruger National Park. Opt in for a night game drive in the Kruger National Park on own account before settling in for the evening.
Day 07: Phalaborwa to Hazyview (B, D) (Gecko Lodge) (230km)
A full day of sightseeing today taking a detour via the world famous Panorama Route. The route includes the 3 Rondawels over the Blyde River Canyon, the Bourkes Pot Holes and the Gods Window before arriving in the small town of Graskop in time for a late lunch on own account.
Continuing the short distance from the small town of Graskop arriving in Hazyview at the Sabie River Sun. The rest of the day is at leisure or enjoy a quick 9 hole on own account before dinner.
Day 08: Sabie River Sun Golf Course
The Sabie River Sun Golf course, located in the small town of Hazyview offers an 18 hole par 71 of only 5618 meters. Only 4 of the 18 holes do not have water hazards making for a challenging experience. As the course is located at the Kruger National Park, be aware of the resident Hippo and Crocodile in the main dam on the course.
Most of the day is spent at leisure enjoying a full 18 hole round and relaxing late afternoon at the Hotel pool before sunset.
Day 09: Kruger National Park (Gecko Lodge) (B, D)
The Kruger National Park at 19 485 km² is one of Africa’s largest game reserves and is home to all of the Big 5 with regular sightings of all the Big 5 in a day due to its high density of wildlife more specifically around the Skukuza area
We begin the day with a pre-dawn transfer to the Phabeni gate to meet our guide for the day. Heading in shortly after sunrise, our guide traverses the southern part of the Kruger around Skukuza and Lower Sabie. Lunch on own account can be enjoyed at one of the rest camps before heading slowly out of the park and back to our lodge.
Day 10: Hazyview to Dulstroom (Highland Gate) (B, D) (175km)
A lazy morning before departure for a relatively short drive over the mountain pass and through the old museum gold miners town of Pilgrims Rest. Time depending, consider a quick 9 hole on own account at the Pilgrims Rest Golf Club.
Continuing through the town of Lydenburg, we arrive late afternoon at Highland Gate.
Day 11: Highland Gate (B, D)
Designed by Ernie Else and built in 2010, the Par 72, 6750m course is set at high altitude of approximately 1500m above sea level. The course offers a combination of challenging fairways combined with spectacular scenery. Even Ernie Else said that golfers were torn between hitting the next shot or pausing to take a photo.
The rest of the day is spent at leisure. You can inquire about trout fishing or take the day off and enjoy the views from the Lodge.
Day 12: Departure
Transfer to OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg for your return flight home.
*Adventour reserves the right to amend the published accommodation in the itinerary at any time due to availability at the time of booking