Fancourt is South Africa's premier golf resort, with all three of our golf courses ranked in the Top 20 in South Africa (2012 Golf Digest rankings), The Links ranked No. 2, Montagu ranked 7, and Outeniqua ranked 17.
Fancourt in South Africa is the place to go for the ultimate golfing break, it is ranked as one of the top 18 golfing resort in the world (destination golf 2012/13). It offers 3 top ranked golf courses, driving range and short game practice area.
The lodge rental includes a golf buggy for your stay
Howzit Hoedspruit Lodge is situated on a private wildlife reserve in the Limpopo bush veld, a quick 4-5 hour drive from Johannesburg. Within close proximity to the Kruger National Park, private big 5 game reserves and an enormous amount of outdoor activities.
Absolutely superb we are in syndicate with other shareholders so only have limited dates available. Once you have experienced the African bushveld this way you will be spoilt and never want to do it any other way. A true gem
Morkels 5 is set in a secluded area of beautiful African bushland with superb views over the Waterberg mountains. On the secure 5* Zebula golf and country estate with 18 hole golf course, spa, restaurant facilities, fishing, game drives, elephant rides and much more.
Private 10 sleeper game lodge. A gem that the local South African residents know of. Once you have experienced game viewing from an open vehicle you wont want to do it any other way. Fantastic opportunity for families as game drives can be as long or short as required. LAST MINUTE HOT DEAL 25 OCT - 1 NOV -Normally R55000 now special rate of only R30000
You can learn more about the house, the resort and the surrounding area by visiting our website, www.krugerparklodge.com. I work with other owners at Kruger Park Lodge and can provide accommodation for large groups
A country of immense cultural diversity, South Africa has a variety of natural landscapes and a colourful history. The Western Cape boasts the magnificent Table Mountain and other fantastic hiking routes, vast wine lands, magnificent beaches, and the world-class restaurants and cosmopolitan entertainment haunts of Cape Town. Alternatively, in the Eastern Cape you can surf the world’s biggest waves, ski the only slopes in South Africa, tick off the ‘Big Five’ on a the safari checklist, visit the birthplace of Nelson Mandela and bungee off the highest bridge in the Southern hemisphere.
The country has a rich and ancient history, from the cave-paintings of the ancient San people to the ‘Kingdom of the Zulu’. The landscape is always surprising, ranging from the annual floral outburst in Nanaqualand to the great Limpopo River and the great canyons and mountains of the Drakensberg range, all set under a wide African sky.
Whether its action, relaxation, discovering the country’s history or an adventure South Africa offers so much that it just cannot fail to amaze everyone of its visitors.