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I offer a range of entertaining and informative tours and story-telling events in and around Prince Albert  


Ailsa Tudhope is The Story Weaver

  • Wander the streets of Prince Albert after dark in the company of our ghosts and many characters who graced the village with their presence. 


  • Take a historical ramble to view well-preserved architecture from Karoo cottages to Victorian mansions and hear about the people who founded and developed the village. 


  • Especially designed for youngsters, the Prince Albert Treasure Hunt Walk is suitable for children from ages 4 - 10, who will discover some of the treasures our little town holds and tick them off on an activity sheet. At least one responsible adult, be it parent or grandparent, must accompany them!  


  • During winter, instead of venturing out on a Ghost Walk, you might prefer to hear Prince Albert’s stories in the evening, over a glass of wine. Advance booking is required since the Ghost Walk is very popular, particularly during the school holidays.

When I moved to Prince Albert I discovered that the farmlands, the mountains and the village streets were filled with stories, which stretched back hundreds of years.

Tenacious and creative people settled here, fascinating individuals paid us visits, we received a gift from a Queen and have links to world-famous figures.

Join me to make the acquaintance of some of our local characters and intriguing visitors and gain a new perspective on our special village.


My Walks and my storytelling have proved to be popular experiences for groups ranging from those attending photographic congresses to cyclists and cookery course attendees and school groups.  We have had wedding parties on the Ghost Walk the night before the wedding and family and friends celebrating special birthdays.


For bookings contact Ailsa on mobile phone or whatsapp on 084 673 1710  or  e-mail:



I am a registered South African Tour Guide: CATHSSETA 613/C/085000, Western Cape registration WC2911