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Western Cape

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From R980

4 March 2017
Cape Town
TThe Veuve Clicquot Masters Polo is a popular social event in South Africa. Spectators get to watch the game of kings while sipping on some of the finest bottles of champagnes. Socialites and the crème de la crème of African influencers will descend on South Africa’s most prestigious polo estate, Val de Vie Estate to witness international polo players compete for the coveted Veuve Clicquot Masters Polo Cup. Guests can expect to taste food inspired by glamour and luxury, all enjoyed with Veuve Clicquot champagne, of course. Val de Vie Estate will also be transformed in line with the theme, to ensure guests experience a journey of the senses around the world with Veuve Clicquot, without leaving the picturesque Paarl/Franschhoek valley.


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Free State

Lions Rest Country Estate

Free State
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What do luxurious accommodation, magical weddings, productive conferences and a rejuvenating spa experience have in common?  The answer is Lions-Rest Country Estate.  Lions-Rest offers unsurpassed quality and value, all in one location.The Free State Province is home to some of the most scenic places, natural wonders and overwhelming hospitality and friendliness in South Africa.  Lions-Rest maintains the province’s reputation by offering visitors supreme quality and a blissful and tranquil place to escape to.With warm and friendly staff members who are ready to cater to your every need, a delicious breakfast every morning and an African night sky experience with a truly South African braai, isn’t it about time you allow yourself the luxury of becoming one with nature again?Situated about two kilometres from the scenic town of Tweeling, Lions-Rest is a haven of tranquillity nestled between Frankfort and Reitz on the way to Clarens. The distance from Central Johannesburg to the Lions Rest Country Estate, near Tweeling is only +/- 170km.Visitors are spoilt with picture-perfect sunsets, charming architecture, magnificent wildlife and crisp clean country air.


Liabela Bed and Breakfast

Liabela Bed and Breakfast

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Eastern Cape

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Eastern Cape
Inkwenkwezi Private Game Reserve

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