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South African’s favourite holidays are spent camping across the country. With such a variety of environment, terrain, fauna and flora there is quite simply a new adventure on every horizon.
There are family favourites and sites for the more adventurous, luxury glamping to camping with only the basic amenities. Camp and Caravan covers all budgets from coast to coast. This handy guide will assist you in choosing your destination, be it a star-rated beach resort or a remote bush camp. Sites are listed by province, with colour-coding for easy reference. Each entry contains a brief description of the site, the type of resort, the price range, and symbols showing the facilities available, as well as the Tourism Grading Council rating, where applicable. Full contact details and GPS co-ordinates are supplied.
MapStudio's Map In The Box is a best seller. An educational tool that can be used for in the classroom, at home or for a gift for a budding young traveler.
Road tripping South Africa is for those people who want to escape the crowds and take the road less travelled, which which features 20 iconic road trips and 100s mini routes, all of which are perfectly manageable in a normal sedan. Discover these road trips: Not the N1; West Coast; Route 62; The passes and beyond; Garden Route; Wild Coast; Great Trek Road Trip; Tumbling Water; The Dry North; Golf Road Trip; Cederberg; Winelands; Overberg; Frontier Country; Me.andering the Midlands; Maluti Drakensberg Route; Ultimate Safari; Land of Legend; Surfing Road Trip; In Deep Water. These road trips will take you on quiet, scenic back roads to places that you probably didn’t know existed. The book includes driving conditions, pet-friendly ratings, child-friendly ratings, low-slung vehicle friendly ratings, don’t miss features, emergency numbers, the best time to visit these areas, top tips and padkos options, as well as day-by-day descriptions and route maps. So hop into your car and discover the back roads that you have never journeyed before!
Road Tripping Namibia will take you on an iconic journey through this truly beautiful country. Namibia is a land of contrasts with miles of beautiful rolling sand dunes as well as breath-taking landscapes, as well as diverse and bountiful bird and wildlife.
The book covers 15 iconic road trips, all perfectly manageable in a normal sedan, showcasing the highlights of Namibia together with great overview maps and stunning photographs.
Routes include: Namib Route, Diamond Towns and Wild Horses, Adventure Route, Ai/Ai Richtersveld Transfrontier Park, Kalahari Route, Windhoek Passes, Floral Route, ‘Twitching’ Namibia – A Birder’s Paradise, Kavango and Zambezi, Cultural Route, Kunene and the Four ‘O’s, Wildlife Route, Rocks and Rock Art, Damaraland and the Kaokoveld, Skeleton Coast – An Angler’s Paradise.
For each route you can map your driving distance, see the driving time, look at the highlights, check the driving conditions, child-friendly ratings, logistics, low-slung vehicle ratings, emergency numbers and see the author’s tips as well as when best times are to visit the area.
This book is a must-have for any adventure traveller or tourist wanting to experience the back roads throughout Namibia. With Road Tripping Namibia travelling in Namibia becomes a journey of adventure and discovery, so hop into your car and explore Namibia as you never have before.
Satellite towns; terrain detail; GPS coordinates at major road
junctions; 34 page detailed map section at a scale of 1:1 250 000
South Africa including Lesotho, Swaziland Road Map is up-to-date with all research compiled and updated in South Africa. Coverage includes a detailed map of South Africa at a scale of 1 : 1 500 000 along with detailed area maps of Gauteng, Durban and Cape Peninsula. All the latest South African name changes are included.
South Africa including Lesotho, Swaziland Road Map is great for planning and touring regions.
Coverage includes Pretoria; Akasia; Atteridgeville; Centurion; Mamelodi; Midrand and Tembisa.
Coverage includes Johannesburg; East Rand; West Rand; Alberton; Benoni; Boksburg; Brakpan; Edenvale; Germiston; Kempton Park; Krugersdorp; Midrand; Randburg; Roodepoort; Sandton; Soweto and Springs.
Welcome to the Western Cape. To visit our inspiring province is to love our province. Cape Town is a bustling melting pot of cultures, tastes and experiences for young and old. You will find state-of-the-art shopping malls, open-air markets, delis and more. A world of natural beauty lies beyond the boundaries of the city in the greater Western Cape regions: the Cape West Coast, the Cape Karoo, Garden Route and Klein Karoo, Cape Winelands and the Cape Overberg. Each region is worth exploring and has its own unique charm. You will uncover and discover diverse culinary delights, award-winning wine estates, nature in full bloom, wide-open spaces and deserts, azure water and white sandy beaches, and worldclass experiences that will make your journey truly unforgettable. The people of the Western Cape – the locals make our destination beautiful and they are ready and waiting to share their stories with you. Coverage: Cape Karoo; Cape; Events calendar per region; Food and drink per region; Adventures and outdoors per region; Activities and places of interest by region; Detailed road maps through out, with GPS; Full indexed road atlas of the whole of the Western Cape. Produced in association with WESGRO.
A new edition convenient pocket size map of the Western Cape. The Western Cape Pocket Map includes the latest up-to-date information, key tourist areas and street plans.
The Pocket Map includes a detailed, seamless provincial map at 1:1 300 000 scale and detailed area maps of Table Mountain and Cape Town city center.
Content includes the following as well:
102 destinations in all nine of South Africa’s provinces, as well as in Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia, Lesotho, Swaziland and Mozambique. A thousand things to do, from outdoor activities and eco-experiences to eating, drinking and exploring these off-the-beaten-track places, and what to watch out for. GPS coordinates and handy locator maps to help you get there easily. Fantastic full-colour photographs of the accommodation and surrounds. The book covers all levels of accommodation, from a rustic cabin in the woods, to a 4-star self-catering lodge in the African bush. Each entry features a short description of the destination and the accommodation, and the range of activities available in the surrounding area.
HIT THE ROAD explores the top must-see travel stops for visitors intent on discovering all this extraordinary country has to offer, from wine estates, heritage sites, museums and art galleries to wildlife destinations such as private game reserves and national parks. Highlighted here are the Big 5, 6 or 7 attractions, as well as the endless variety of smaller but popular drawcards en route - all carefully mapped along 17 main travel routes with suggested time frames, and a comprehensive directory of contact information for easy and convenient travel. This book is a showcase of the very best to be seen and enjoyed in South Africa.
Easy-to-read full colour maps with Tourist friendly text; National parks and reserves; Road info includes motorways, toll roads, major, minor and dirt roads; Most up-to-date with all research compiled and updated in South Africa; Easy-to-read full-colour maps; Find everything in the alphabetised index; Highly detailed double-sided folding map; Comprehensive distance chart; GPS co-ordinates; Angola; Botswana; Burundi; Congo; D.R.C; Gabon; Kenya; Lesotho; Namibia; Rwanda; South Africa; Swaziland -Tanzania; Uganda; Zambia; Zimbabwe.
Coverage: All African countries including Indian Ocean Islands.
Nothing is more rewarding than taking the family on a camping trip, spending quality time together and enjoying the wonders of mother nature. This handy guide will assist you in choosing your destination, be it a star-rated beach resort or a remote bush camp. Sites are listed by province, with colour-coding for easy reference. Each entry contains a brief description of the site, the type of resort, the price range, and symbols showing the facilities available, as well as the tourism grading council rating, where applicable. Full contact details and GPS co-ordinates are supplied. Quickfinder listing over 600 caravan and camping sites; Icons indicating price range, facilities and amenities; Toll road and distance information; Detailed provincial and area maps; Useful camping checklist and emergency numbers.
Table Mountain & Cape Peninsula includes an illustrated terrain map of Table Mountain at a scale of 1:50 000. Detailed street map of the city centre including access points to trails, hikes and routes, major and minor roads of the entire Cape Peninsula. Also includes detailed activities map of Cape Town & the Peninsula.
Also included are full-colour photographs of activities and areas of interest, national parks and reserves, protected areas and marine reserves, lighthouse and shipwreck positions, mountain biking access areas, as well ais entrance gates and good swimming beaches, visitor centres, best viewpoints and horse riding areas, parking, restaurants and picnic spots, small craft/boat launching sites, local information, hobbie sailing, kite surfing, wind surfing, surfing, paragliding, climbing, diving, surf skiing and sea kayaking, index of suburbs, hoerikwaggo trail information, adventure activity contact information and websites, embassy locations, hotel and backpacker locations and places of interest.
Coverage includes detailed activities map of Cape Town and the Peninsula. Detailed map of the Table Mountain at 1: 24 000 scale AND of the Cape Peninsula at 1: 55 000 scale
Detailed activities map of Cape Town & the Peninsula; Detailed map of the Cape Peninsula at 1: 55 000 scale; Illustrated terrain map of Table Mountain at 1:30 000 scale; Detailed streetmap of the city centre including: Shows access points to trails, hikes & routes; Major & minor roads of the entire Cape Peninsula; Full-colour photographs of activities areas of interest; National parks & reserves; Protected areas & marine reserves; Lighthouse & shipwreck positions; Mountain biking access areas, entrance gates & good swimming beaches; Visitor centres, best viewpoints & horse riding areas; Parking, restaurants & picnic spots; Small craft / boat launching sites; Local information [with detailed descriptions] & positions for, hobbie sailing, kite surfing, wind surfing, surfing, day trips, nature watching, paragliding, climbing, diving, surfskiing & sea kayaking; Index of suburbs; Hoerikwaggo trail information; Adventure activity contact information & websites; Embassy locations, hotel & backpacker locations & places of interest.
Visitor’s Guide to Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park visits the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, which is a fusing of two parks, namely South Africa’s Kalahari Gemsbok National Park and Botswana’s Gemsbok National Park. The vastness of the Kgalagadi makes this one of the select few conservation areas of such magnitude left on the globe.
The park is characterised by high orange-red sand dunes rippling like a burnished sea. No permanent rivers have forged across this ancient landscape for thousands of years. The courses of two dry river beds, the Auob and Nossob, are testament to this.
This Visitor’s Guide to Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park features an opening checklist and an overview map, as well as a main map giving detailed information on the layouts of the main campsites, handy hints and tips, visitor’s facilities and information, distance chart and travelling times, contact details and booking information, gate times and travel times between the various camps. There is interesting information about waterholes, points of interest and picnic sites. Included are positions of viewpoints, where fuel is available and where the best places are for taking great photographs.
Images and descriptions of mammals, reptiles, birds and flora are detailed at the end. There is also a great star gazing map of the Southern Skies – the clean air and lack of light and pollution makes it ideal for star gazing. This is a must have for any traveller who wishes to visit the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park an amazing and beautiful part of our world.
The highly successful Globetrotter Travel Series, which includes
Travel Guides, Travel Maps, Road Atlases, Best of Pocket Guides and
In Your Pocket Language Guides, presently, covers more than 90
This new edition road map covers the whole of the Western Cape. It features easy-to-read full colour maps with GPS co-ordinates. The map provides tourist-friendly text, highlights places of interest and lists accommodation information. This map is perfect for scenic drives and includes information boxes on activities of interest. Coverage includes the Garden Route & Route 62, South Western Cape, Winelands and Overberg, West Coast Flower Region and Little Karoo. The map features small detailed street plans of Cape Town CBD, Montagu, Barrydale, Ladismith, Oudtshoorn, Mossel Bay, Knysna, Plettenberg Bay, Humansdorp, George, Stellenbosch, Franschhoek, Paarl, Wellington, Hermanus, Swellendam, Robertson, Ceres, Tulbagh, Langebaan and Beaufort West.
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