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Top Five Animals to Spot at Sneeuberg Nature Reserve
In 2012 Sneeuberg Nature Reserve and four neighbouring landowners created the Compassberg Protected Environment, comprising about 26 000 hectare, under the auspices of the Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency's Stewardship Program. This means the area is protected from excessive development and wildlife has an opportunity to flourish. Here are some of the delightful animals you might encounter during your stay at the reserve.
One with nature: stay at Sneeberg during the coldest months
As the temperate drops and the earth cools below freezing point, we prepare for winter in the Karoo. Icicles become artworks and wrapping oneself in insulated clothing to go for a walk becomes a daily activity. When indoors, reading a good book is the order of the day.
How to spend a day in the historic town of Graaff-Reinet
When spending a night or two at Langhuis, our establishment in the historic town of Graaff-Reinet, you will experience quintessential Karoo warmth and hospitality around every corner.
The magic of arriving at a snowy Sneeuberg Nature Reserve
Arriving at Sneeuberg Nature Reserve in the midst of swirling ﬂakes of snow must rank as one of the most magical Karoo experiences.
Winter is coming and Sneeuberg has the coziest fireplaces you can dream of!
Winter in the Karoo is a magical time of the year! The crisp, fresh, winter mornings usher in beautiful sunrises while the ice-cold evenings are perfect to spend in front of a warm and cozy fire surrounded by your loved ones. Whether you are looking for a family getaway or a romantic retreat this winter, a visit to Sneeuberg is a must.
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