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    Scenic Cape Town

    R190,00 R220,00
    Mark Skinner's photography reveals the uniquely beautiful variety of Cape Town, and it is required reading material for every local and foreign tourist visiting the mother city. His photographs takes the reader on a journey from the City Centre, the Malay Quarter, the Waterfront, then along the Atlantic Seaboard through to Cape Point, back along the False bay Coastline to Constantia, Kirstenbosch and Southern Suburbs. The West Coast, Stellenbosch and the Winelands are also featured ending with Hermanus, Gordons Bay and Cape Agulhas. Mark Skinner's photography is outstanding, and all the photography featured has been specially commissioned for this book.

    Obie: A Photographic Story Book

    R425,00 R500,00

    Cooked in Africa

    R230,00 R280,00
    There is no better way to shrug off the pressures of modern living than to grab a bunch of mates and hit the road - immerse yourself in natural surroundings - and, while you're out there, stop, cook up a storm and party on down. Eat, drink and lekker kuier, then the next time pack it all up and do it somewhere else.

    Street guide Pretoria

    R50,00 R60,00
    New small towns: Musina; Louis Trichardt (Makhado); Thabazimbi; Lephalale; Hoedspruit; Tzaneen; Phalaborwa; Mokopane; Bela-Bela; Airport maps of or Thambo, Cape Town & Durban international airports; detailed index of streets & suburbs; now with suburb boundaries; new easy-to-read index.

    Life’s a beach

    R185,00 R220,00
    Discover the beauty of South Africa’s beaches with MapStudio‘s newly released Life’s a Beach. This guide explores 9,500kms of the best beaches in the world, from Alexander Bay along the coast to Sodwana, visiting hundreds of beaches and exploring a magnificent coastline.

    Wild Romance: Africa's Most Romantic Safari Lodges

    R99,00 R290,00
    This title features 46 of Africa's most sought-after safari getaways - those exclusive lodges where guests are virtually guaranteed encounters with the Big Five, alongside luxurious accommodation, superb service and first-class cuisine.

    Namibia: MS.R60

    R90,00 R105,00

    Touring South Africa’s National Parks

    R29,00 R140,00
    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.

    Game Ranger in your back pack

    R270,00 R320,00
    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!

    Evocative Africa: Ventures of Discovery

    R200,00 R498,99
    Lets reader visit Zimbabwe, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania, Kenya, Botswana, and Namibia. This title takes them on a journey the unmissable in sub-Saharan Africa. It features images that juxtapose the scale and grandeur of the continent with an attention to smaller, less obvious wonders.

    From Alaska to Tierra Del Fuego: Across the Americas in Two Years

    R99,00 R532,78
    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.

    Walking the Nile

    R79,00 R210,00
    In November 2013, former soldier Levison Wood embarked on one of the last great explorations; to walk the Nile from source delta. Here is his story...

    The Puppy Express: On the Road with 25 Rescue Dogs... What Could Go Wrong?

    R59,00 R150,00
    A classic American road-trip ... with twenty-five rescue dogs.

    Riding the dragon's spine

    R59,00 R240,00
    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.