About The Storytellers
The Storytellers is located in the wilds of Rocklands, on Vleiplaas Farm (De Pakhuys) in the Cederberg. This accommodation consists of three luxury safari tents. Each tent is equipped with an eco-bathroom with shower (plus a bath at Dassie Den), a gas cooker, a gas fridge, bath towels, clean linen, firewood and solar lighting. There is also a fully equipped outdoor kitchen area, and a small living area overlooking the beautiful surroundings. The farm is based in the world famous Rocklands climbing area and has excellent bouldering, sport and trad climbing. The farm also is home to Storytellers Fynbos Apothecary, an organic range of soaps, ointments and skincare products.
Reservation balance is payable on or before arrival.
Pets are welcome by prior arrangement.
If you need to arrive early or leave late, please check with us to see if the request can be accommodated.
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The Storytellers Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Cederberg Wilderness Area
(19.3 km from Cederberg Wilderness Area)
From Dwarsrivier, take the road towards Ceres until you see a Nature Conservation sign indicating the Stadsaal Caves. Permits can be purchased at the gate. Walking to the Stadsaal Caves and rock art sites is really just a doddle from the parking...
(3.8 km from Cederberg Wilderness Area)
Seasoned hikers should only attempt the spectacular hike to the Wolfberg Arch via the Wolfberg Cracks. Purchase permits and a map from the office at Dwarsrivier or Algeria Forest Station (Cape Nature HQ for the Cederberg Wilderness). The route...
(13.8 km from Cederberg Wilderness Area)
The popular Sevilla Rock Art Trail is situated on a private farm, Traveller's Rest. Beautiful sandstone caves are covered with ancient Bushman rock art. The one-and-a-half hour hike in and the same out will take you to nine caves. The route is...
(21.1 km from Cederberg Wilderness Area)
Visit the oldest working shoe factory in South Africa. The factory produces 'veldskoene' (field shoes), traditional 100% leather shoes made and worn by the early settlers. The factory was founded in 1836 by Johann Gottlieb Leipoldt, grandfather of...