Relax in the beautiful landscapes of Legacy’s golfing venues. Whether you are abroad in Africa or taking some time off to enjoy a golfing weekend with your friends, family or colleagues, Legacy has a hotel or resort that will cater to your every golfing desire.
Elements Private Golf Reserve - Where Nature Plays Through.
Nestled in the incredible Waterberg bushveld region of the Limpopo Province you will find the Elements Private Golf Reserve. A malaria-free haven situated just 90 minutes north of Pretoria, Elements perfectly provides the delicate balance of a Peter Matkovich Championship Golf Course Estate, with the unique and impossibly beautiful backdrop of a wildlife reserve.
Kruger Park Lodge - Family Fun on the Banks of the Sabie
Tucked away amidst untamed bushveld lies an oasis of lush green lawns, flowing water and all the luxuries of a gracious lifestyle. It’s called Kruger Park Lodge. Built on the banks of the picturesque Sabie River and surrounded by indigenous gardens abundant with bird life, impala and hippo, the lodge has something for everyone. Enjoy walking along our nature trail, or relax around one of our three swimming pools or, better still, rise to the challenge offered by our 9-hole Gary Player designed golf course.
Windhoek Country Club Resort - The Namibian Gem.
Developed as a resort within the city, the Windhoek Country Club Resort offers businessmen, conference delegates and families the best of both worlds. The resort’s unique combination of exceptional service, luxury accommodation and tranquil setting has ensured that it remains the final word in comfort and entertainment in Namibia. Enjoy a rendezvous with Lady Luck at the Desert Jewel Casino, play a round of golf on the superb 18-hole golf course, relax in the lazy river or take in any one of Windhoek’s cultural sites.
Swakopmund Hotel and Entertainment Centre - Where the Skeleton Coast Comes to Life
Enclosed by the ever-changing restless movement of the dunes of the Namibian desert on the east and the pounding waves and beaches of the Atlantic Ocean to the west, lies the historic town of Swakopmund, gateway to the Skeleton Coast. The Swakopmund Hotel and Entertainment Centre has been designed to complement the architecture of the historic (1902) station building which today forms part of the hotel’s public areas. The hotel offers the perfect balance between charming, old world tradition and the thrill and excitement of modern day entertainment.