An exciting adventure awaits at the Arabella Hotel & Spa. Situated in the heart of the Kogelberg Biosphere, close to Hermanus’ world-famous whale watching destinations, the hotel invites you to explore a distinctive combination of luxury and convenience. Discover contemporary accommodation and a wide range of five-star amenities, golf in world class and exciting safari.
The Arabella Hotel & Spa – A gateway to the sprawling vineyards of Hemel en Aarde Valley, The Arabella Hotel and Spa in Hermanus overlooks one of the best rated Golf courses in South Africa, as well as a rare, protected wildlife reserve.
Arabella showcase exquisite on-site dining options, an award winning spa, a fully equipped fitness center, multiple swimming pools and more. In addition, our signature golf course is ranked in the top 10 in all of South Africa. Our fantastic location in Hermanus places you just an hour away from Cape Town, and near a wide selection of outdoor activities. Allow the Arabella Hotel & Spa to set a new standard for luxur.
Order of days and some minor changes can occur depending on availability and season.
Time to wake up, arriving at Cape Town International Airport, where a transfer will be waiting to take you to the beautiful 5 star hotel Arabella Hotel & Spa in Hermanus. Day of leisure.
Inclusive – Dinner at the Arabella Hotel & Spa, Transfers from Cape Town International
Arabella golf course – The Estate is home to one of the top ranked golf courses in South Africa, with pristine grass, tricky sand traps and challenging water hazards. Designed by Peter Matkovich, the golf course has been enjoyed by celebrities such as Samuel L. Jackson and professional golfers like Ernie Els and Gary Player.
The fabled 18-hole, Par 72 Championship course has consistently been ranked in the top 10 courses in South Africa. The 8th hole has been described as one of the most beautiful par 5′s in South Africa and the 18th hole was rated one of the finest finishing holes in the country.
If you don’t feel for golf, you can spend a day at the hotel’s Spa.
Inclusive – Breakfast and dinner at the Arabella Hotel & Spa
When you start researching an African safari, the term “Big 5” often crops up. The “Big 5” refers to the African Lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and Cape Buffalo. This package include a day. Leaving early in the morning, in hopes of spotting the Big Five. Returning to the hotel in the evening with wonderful memories of the South African bush.
Named after the endangered black or verreaux eagle (Aquila verreauxii), Aquila’s story began in 1999 when its owner, Searl Derman, driven by a desire to share his passion for the wild with Cape Town, set about searching for the perfect piece of land to re-introduce the Big 5 to the Western Cape. He was fortunate enough to come across a nature reserve that would later become Aquila Private Game Reserve.
Situated in the historic town of Touws River, in a valley between the Langeberg and the Outeniqua Mountains in the Karoo, the 10,000 hectare conservancy has evolved from its early days of being residence to various antelope species only to becoming the home of the Big 5 – elephant, lion, buffalo, rhino and leopard – as well as a significant amount of other wild game, which roam freely on the reserve.
Aquila’s purpose is to protect and preserve Africa’s increasingly threatened wildlife and is fully committed to social upliftment, job creation, skills development and various sustainable empowerment programmes. Creating the ideal, sustainable balance between nature conservation and the empowerment of the local community of Touws River is at the core of how Aquila operates.
Inclusive –Safari with lunch included, breakfast and dinner at the Arabella Hotel & Spa
Pack your bags for the transfer to Cape Town International Airport (CPT) or to where you desied to go next.
Inclusive – Breakfast, Transfer back to Cape Town
5★ accommodation, Breakfast daily, Dinner daily, Golf, Lunch as per program, Safari, SPA, Transfer
Any additional meals and beverages, Drinks, Flights (We recommend to book night flights), Personal expenses and tips, Travel insurance
Please note that all bookings, quotes and enquires are subject to availability of the Hotel and Golf Course. We require five working days to respond regarding the availability.
This is a perfect tour for those that want to explore the diverse culture and nature of South Africa’s wild north at a leisurely pace! Here people still live very traditional lives, with a close relationship to their ancestors and cultural believes. The diverse geography, with high plateaus and lowlands, mountains and rivers, gives the area a fantastic and diverse habitat: from vast plains to tropical plantations, indigenous forests and bushveld. You will meet people in their homes, far away from touristic “cultural villages. You will visit some of the country’s birding hot-spots, one of the world’s largest canyons and the mighty Kruger National Park: the most iconic of all game reserves in Africa.
The Garden Route includes one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline. Mountains crowd close to a shoreline dotted with beaches and bays, and vividly coloured wild flowers delight the eye. The delightful town of George, known as “The Gateway to the Garden Route”, graces a coastal plateau in a fertile area of lush greenery at the foot of the Outeniqua Mountains. Your break here will be beautiful and encompassing of all the wonderful varieties of nature.
Golf on the greenest of greens and an atmosphere of peace as you rest on your vacation. You will experience luxury, africa and nature at its best.
On the southern coast of the African continent 120km to the west of Cape Town lies a quaint seaside fishing village that is home to the whales who annually return to its waters when calving and the equally impressive Hermanus Golf Course. South Africa’s premiere course architect, Peter Matkovich recently had the chance to play an important role in upgrading the clubs existing 18 holes to an impressive 27 holes and he grabbed it with both hands.
This tasting program introduces young and old wine estates and wine making styles across the spectrum from light crisp wines to complex and robust red blends. We learn about South African wines as well as how to pair wine with food. Your guide Jim, is South African, he speaks English and Swedish and is a certified tourist guide for all 9 provinces for history, culture and nature as well.
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