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Contains 50 walking cards that offer more than 50 routes, in classic walking country and little walked, 'local' places and divide into half, one, two-day and three-day walks. This work carries cards that are suitable for recreational walkers who need routes within a drive of where they live, and for people who like a walking weekend.
This new, full-colour guide to the top day trails of Cape Town and the Cape Peninsula û the heart of the Cape Floral Region World Heritage Site û has something for everyone.
Hierdie land van ons is groot û daarom is Suid-Afrikaners gewoond om lang afstande te reis om van A tot B te kom. Hierdie boek se doel is dus om die reis hierdie afstande so interessant as moontlik te maak.
A comprehensive guide to child-friendly activities in the 4 major centres of South Africa: Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg and Pretoria. Written by Lisa McNamara of Child Magazine. 100 Full page sites. +- 136 Half page sites. Packed with useful information about more than 260 child-friendly sites and activities.
The adventure guide of Southern Africa aims to help you make sense of all the activity and leisure options waiting just beyond your regular nine-to-five landscape. Some of the adventures are truly wild, while others are tame enough for the whole family - besides, one man's hike is another man's heart attack.
South Africa has over 2500km of spectacular coastline washed by the icy rollers of the Atlantic Ocean in the west and the temperate waters of the Indian Ocean along the eastern seaboard.
It is a vast country, extending from pristine coastal plain to rugged mountain passes across wide stretches of semidesert and forest, hills and valleys. Even travelling South Africans are unprepared for the sheer scale and enormous diversity of this grand landscape. This is the face of the nation û the essence of South Africa.
4x4 Routes through Southern Africa' takes a detailed look at 20 great 4x4 routes across Southern Africa from the popular Cederberg and Richtersveld regions of South Africa to the Namib Desert in Namibia and East to Lesotho and Mozambique, even as far afield as Tanzania.
A description of each town is given, including the history of the town and when it was founded. Places to eat, play, shop and sleep are recommended, and a weekly and/or annual calendar informs visitors of local events.
The Cape Winelands occupy a relatively small area of idyllic valleys nestled in-between rugged mountain ranges that divide the interior from the sea, creating microclimates ideal for the cultivation of vines.
Covering Britain and Europe, this is a guide to watching whales, dolphins and porpoises in the waters. It provides an introduction to whales and whalewatching along with illustrations, identification and behaviour tips, dive sequences and distribution maps for the cetaceans of Europe. It covers Europe's major whalewatching sites.
This guide is packed with practical, interpretative information on the most commonly encountered animals and plants of the Lowveld - information that is usually only available if you have a game ranger or field guide by your side in the bush!
From a single sanctuary established in 1926, South Africa now boasts a proud complement of 19 national parks that have been described by National Geographic as the finest protected area network in the world outside of the United States of America.
Tivoli Gardens is one of the world's most spectacular and popular amusement parks. Comprised of a lush garden, theme park, shopping area, and performing arts centre, Tivoli has captured the hearts of people around the world, attracting over 30,000 visitors a month. This book captures the spirit and energy of this magical place throughout the year.
A guidebook to 15 countries along the Western seaboard of the Americas, which present pictures, reports, personal diary entries and practical tips for those who yearn for adventure.
When windmill-dodgers David Bristow and Steve Thomas followed their dream to blaze (and map) a mountain bike trail across South Africa, they hoped to be spared howling headwinds, freezing rain and slushy terrain.