Also designed by Gary Player, this impressive 18-hole, par 72 cart course is located beyond The Palace at the Lost City. The course covers more than 100 hectares with various themes, from desert to mountains and parkland. It incorporates an impressive 28 000m² (about 92 000ft²) of water features, with perhaps its most famous feature being the water hazard on the 13th hole, which is home to Nile crocodiles! The course has a state-of-the-art clubhouse with a restaurant and pro shop, with a driving range and putting green completing the offering.
Here is the breakdown: 1. The accommodation - marvellous!!! 2. The conference - exhausting mentally. 3. Entertainment- couldn't have any as the conference was busy and was also feeling guilty enjoying myself without the kids( I couldn't even take photos- I didn't want my son to find the evidence!).
Takalani Makulana | Palace of the Lost City, 2016