Amakhaya Golf Lodge

Discover the city of Cape Town

Experience special Cape Town attractions like Table Mountain, the V&A Waterfront and Cape Point.

Taste wine in the beautiful Cape Winelands, enjoy scenic drives and meet people on a spectacular golf tour. Get active with adventure sports; dive with great white sharks, bungee jump the highest commercial jump in the world or experience the thrill of paragliding over stunning landscapes. Explore the outdoors, be it hiking, sailing, running, surfing or dolphin and whale watching. Tickle your taste buds at Cape Town and Western Cape restaurants where worldly flavours combine with African ingenuity to create unique taste sensations.

Things not to miss:

Table Mountain

One of South Africa's greatest landmarks and towers, 1086m above the City of Cape Town.

Waterfront

South Africa's most visited destination.

Cape Point

Landmark at the end of Cape Peninsula located in the Good Hope Section of Table Mountain National Park. You are at the south-western most tip of Africa.

Robben Island

One of the most significant and symbolically charged pieces of land in South Africa, The island was home to Nelson Mandela who was imprisoned there along with other political prisoners. As a place of history, education and insight into South Africa's past, this is an essential excursion. The return boat trip (half an hour each way) to this World Heritage Site and a guided tour around the museum by an ex-inmate is an experience never to miss.

Kirstenbosch Gardens

The Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden covers 528 hectares, it is home to more than 8500 indigenous plant species, and is known as one of the Seven Magnificent Botanical Gardens of the World.

Boulders Beach

Boulders Beach Penguin Colony, the Jackass penguins are comical, clumsy and very eye-catching in their black and white dress. Today there are over 3 000 of these birds living in the area between Simonstown and Cape Point. Penguins can be viewed up close as they frolic in the water and waddle on land.

Chapmans Peak

Chapmans Peak Drive is surely one of the most scenic drives in South Africa. From Amakhaya Golf Lodge you have a look at it at all times.

Two Oceans Aquarium

A showcase of incredible diversity of marine flora and fauna found in meeting place of two mighty oceans, the Indian and the Atlantic.

Mount Nelson Hotel

Tea Time at Mount Nelson, enjoy the colonial splendour of South Africa's most famous hotel (even the Queen Elisabeth was here).

Wine Routes & Tasting

Wine Routes, you will find a wealth of wineries in magnificent settings in the Cape. Discover the wine of Constantia (oldest wine estates), Stellenbosch (first wine route), Paarl or Franschhoek.

Hermanus

Hermanus has the status of being the best land-based whale watching destination in the world. Southern right whales visit Walker Bay from June through to December and can be viewed from aboard a boat, an airplane or the shore. Hermanus is home to the world's only Whale Crier who blows his kelp horn when whales are spotted along the central sea route.