Whilst we still don’t know when our borders will open again, we are readying ourselves with some new and refreshed tours in 2021 which will allow you to continue to visit the world, one golf course at a time. It’s time to start dreaming and planning!
Just launched is a refreshed South African golf tour to run in May. This starts in Cape Town and runs along the Garden Route, finishing at the world renowned Fancourt. On the way, we will get the chance to see the Big 5 at Gondwana, a malaria free game reserve.
We have refreshed and re-timed to February our bi-annual golf tour to Argentina to take advantage of their summer and we will now visit Patagonia & the Lake District in the south, and Salta in the north of the country, as well as spending time in Buenos Aires and at Iguazu Falls.
Vietnam has managed very well through the corona virus and is coming out the other side with no deaths at this point in time. So it makes sense to revisit this wonderfully delightful country in April with our Vietnam & Cambodia Golf Tour. Our delayed Canada Golf Tour from this year will now go in 2021, along with an Alaska cruise (add-on) if you would like to experience that dramatic part of the world after the tour finishes. And our Europe Golf Tour, also carried over from this year, will be running in September. Both these tours are open to new bookings as well as those who were due to travel on them this year.
You will notice that we have priced some of next year’s overseas tours in the local currency charged. This is due to the volatile nature of the exchange rates at the moment. By pricing in the currency, we can make sure you get the fairest pricing in line with the exchange rates. But don’t worry, all payments will still be made in New Zealand dollars. The final balance of payment will be calculated based on the ANZ Bank rate of the day on the day we issue that invoice. The exceptions are Australia and South Africa, where we are continuing to price in NZ dollars. And don’t forget that you can also register for our overseas tours with no deposit whilst we are in Level 1.
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