If you intend to travel in Africa you have come to the right place.
We offer great GPS maps that will navigate you from Cape Town to Cairo. Our map of Africa reflects where people travel and is packed with detail for the self drive traveller. It covers many aspects like where to stay, eat, shopping, fuel, money matters, emergencies and obviously what to see and do when you visit a place.
View our online map of Africa to see what level of detail we offer on our GPS maps. Our website contains loads of information on the places you see on our maps. If you are looking for camp site or accommodation in Africa, then simply browse our maps or search the website.
Our Garmin compatible GPS maps are great for trip planning when used on your PC. You can set up planned routes and calculate how long it would take to reach a destination. Then browse the maps to see where you can sleep, fill up with fuel or buy stuff.
These are the latest photos submitted by our members. We welcome photos from any registered member on the site.
African Leather (Swakop Vellies) : “Back again after two years for another pair! Now own five different models...the most comfortable, durable, unique boots/vellies I have ever found. And- the adventure of getting to Swakop to visit the factory and shop makes the experience all the more enjoyable! Not many at all walking the streets of the USA wearing these babies...!” - Milton White, 2013/12/05
Merweville : “Fuel is available during normal business hours and also at Prins Albert Road on the N1, 44km to the South East. ” - Leonico Erasmus, 2013/11/28
Gamkapoort Dam : “If you approach the Gamkapoort dam from the west, Laingsburg or Ladismith, via the Bosluiskloof pass you will find accomodation in 5 cottage's. Refer their web site and/or the facebook page.” - Leonico Erasmus, 2013/11/27
Bell's Pass : “Bell's Pass lies on the tarred R73, 6Km S/West of Winburg and 11 Km east of the Erfenis Damin the Freestate Province of South Africa. The rather mundane, flat pass is allegedly named after the ringing sound emitted by two rocks in the area (when struck). ” - Chris Smit, 2013/11/24