Nestled on a rugged peninsular between the Atlantic and Indian Oceans, with the iconic outline of Table Mountain as a backdrop, lies captivating Cape Town a vibrant, cosmopolitan city that manages to integrate seamlessly centuries old architecture with modern day living.

Amazing, awesome, breathtaking, mesmerizing, the adjectives just keep tripping off the tongue and none adequately describe the majesty of the magnificent city and its surrounding area. Words simply cannot do it justice!

Know as the “Mother City”, it is South Africa’s second largest conurbation, one of the countries four capitals, the seat of Parliament and legislative capital.

Cape Town abounds with a myriad of attractions, but there are three evocative experiences that should be at the top of every visitors bucket list…Table Mountain, The Cape of Good Hope and the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront.

Whether you attempt the lung-busting trek to the summit of Table Mountain at 3500 feet, or simply opt for the slightly unnerving cable car ride to the top, it is certainly worth the journey. The vistas are stupendous, providing the mountains notorious “table cloth” cloud doesn’t get in the way.

The Cape of Good Hope, is erroneously considered to be the southernmost tip of the African continent and the point at which the Atlantic and Indian Oceans converge. However, that accolade belongs to Cape Agulhas some 90 miles to the east. This does not distract one iota from the dramatically spectacular scenery with the capes lonesome lighthouse precariously perched almost 800 feet above the crashing waves. Dubbed “the fairest cape in all the world” by Sir Francis Drake in 1560, try telling that to the 23 shipwrecks that never made it round the cape!

Vibrant and frenetic, the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront is the heart and soul of Cape Town, particularly after the sun sets when it transforms into a maelstrom of assiduous activity. Amongst the plethora of ravishing restaurants and buzzing bars a spectacular pageant unfolds with musicians, dancers and street entertainers vying for a moment of your time. All in all, a heady cocktail of sensations.

For sun worshipers, Cape Town’s savagely rugged coastline is studded with glorious beaches, 72 in total. Whilst just 40 minutes inland are the world renowned vineyards of Stellenbosh and Franschhoek where connoisseurs can imbibe to their hearts content.

Cape Town throws up such an endless palette of possibilities that it is easy to become so engrossed in the enchanting experience that golf almost becomes peripheral, but that would be a catastrophic mistake, as the golf and golf courses in Cape Town are expressly of the highest and most impeccable calibre. 

Be sure to relish both Cape Town and its scintillating golf on your...