Kallam Craigs, Chaka Travel South Africa Specialist, joined Managing Director Mark Marais on the ultimate in golfing holidays in South Africa this past April.
The pair combined their knowledge to draw up an itinerary which allowed them to take in all of the best golf, sights and cuisine that South Africa has to offer.
Kallam had been looking forward to this trip since his last golf and safari tour of South Africa.
“They say that you never visit South Africa only once. The combination of stunning scenery, world-class golf courses and warm African hospitality is one that keeps people coming back time and time again,” he said.
Over the three weeks the two stayed & played at 12 of the finest courses in South Africa, including the Elements Golf Estate, Simola Country Club and Kallam’s favourite course on Earth, the Links at Fancourt.
And you can now follow in their footsteps as Kallam has used all of the highlights from their itinerary to create their newest South Africa Golf Holiday.
Contact them now to speak to Kallam or read the full trip review on chakatravel.com
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