The storytellers of Prince Albert

Everyone loves a good story, and when they visit Prince Albert, the little Karoo town at the foot of the Swartberg mountains, that’s what they get. Prince Albert is rich in stories, and the locals, who are good raconteurs and experts in their fields, are well prepared to tell them. more

Arniston, Western Cape

You'll find photographs of the picturesque fishing village of Arniston adorning many travel posters and brochures. Situated on the Western Cape’s Indian Ocean coast, its incredibly brilliant blue seas and long stretches of white dunes are irresistible to local and international holiday makers. more

Chrissiesmeer, Mpumalanga

Chrissiesmeer, in the heart of Mpumalanga's’s lake district, is surrounded by 270 lakes and pans brimming with birds, butterflies and frogs. There’s even an annual frogging festival which keeps everyone on their toes. It’s full of history too, from Anglo-Boer War battles to poignant graves of lost lovers. more

Mcgregor, Western Cape

The white-washed thatch cottages, the ‘seasons of mists and fruitfulness’, the healing centres, the long hikes around the valleys, the weekend lure of doing nothing in a quaint mountain village and the special nature of its people all combine to make McGregor an attractive destination. more