Chaka Travel have just announced a stellar line up of worldwide escorted tours and tournaments due to take place in 2020.
The announcement comes following the recent success of their 20th Mauritius Mixed Pairs tournament and as their 2019 tours have almost reached capacity, with only limited spaces remaining on their Brazil & Mauritius tours.
Chaka Travel are global leaders in luxury golf travel who have been offering golf holidays to South Africa, Mauritius, Mexico, the Middle East and beyond for over 20 years. Their escorted golf tours are all led by PGA Pro Jacques Gous who leads small groups made up of friends, couples & solo golfers to some of his favourite golfing destinations, including his native South Africa.
On each tour, clients can expect to enjoy playing some of the best golf courses in the world. The overall aim is to provide relaxed, fun filled tours allowing like-minded people to get to know each other enjoying golf, group meals and excursions. The tours are ideal for solo golfers, couples as well as friends grouping together, non-golfers are also welcome. Jacques is on-hand throughout to provide golf tuition, expert knowledge and of course a good laugh:
Join me for on one of our golfing adventures and whilst we are away I’ll do my best to improve your game and at worst we’ll have a lot of fun trying to do this!
In addition to the old favourites South Africa, Mauritius, Bulgaria, Italy and Brazil, new destinations for 2020 include Oman, Mexico and Greece and there are more to come…
The new tour to Oman has been introduced by Chaka’s Middle East Manager, former PGA pro, Richard Mason. Richard spent four years living in Dubai and he believes Oman is the finest destination in the region with its wonderful mix of culture, history, mountains, desert and beaches as well as superb golf courses and world class resorts.
If 2019 is anything to go by, these 2020 trips are likely to fill up fast! You can find out more or register your interest here: https://www.chakatravel.com/escorted-golf-tours-and-tournaments/
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