South Africa boasts some of the greatest golfing in the world, with many golf courses within close proximity to Cape Town. This self-drive route from Cape Town travels to the winelands of Stellenbosch and the Helderberg, dips into some whale-watching territory near Hermanus, then journeys up the gorgeous Garden Route via South Africa's sunniest town for some of the best golfing the country has to offer.
On this Golfing from Cape Winelands to Hermanus Route, pit your performance against the world's golfing greats, when you play on the links that hosted the Presidents Cup in 2003.
Of course, there's more on offer than just golf - if you can't tell your pars from your putters, there's plenty to keep you entertained too. This Golfing from Cape Winelands to Hermanus Route was put together with Larry Gould, a passionate golfer and former hotelier who has the arduous task of spending long hours chasing small white balls into holes on courses around the country - all in the name of work. Larry also takes golf tours.
Golfing the Winelands from Cape Winelands to Hermanus lasts four days and four nights - it is the minimum time you'll need for the entire route, but extra time is recommended to make the most of the courses and explore the Garden Route, one of South Africa's most beautiful regions.