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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.

In addition to our GPS maps we have recently started to produce paper maps for selected countries in Africa. We currently have a Namibia map, a Botswana map and a map covering Mozambique and Malawi.

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.

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Anysberg Pass : “I did this trail recently (May 15), quite spectacular and well worth it. Particularly impressive are the sandstone formations, it rivals that what you would see in the Cedarberg. The going is slow and arduous, especially on the first eastern half of the route, expect to average less than 5km/h. And allow 5-6 hours overall. One particular section about 17km's in is severely eroded and could prove problematic for novice drivers and may be impassible for a soft-roader. I was driving by myself in a kitted-out 79 series and need to spend a few minutes assessing how best to tackle it, shuffling some rocks to aid me along. There is also a side route that takes you right to the exit at the southern gate, towards Montagu. T4A didn't calculate this route initially, so best to ask the ranger upon registering for directions and to see whether its passable after rains.” - Christopher Malcolm, 2015/05/14

Die Mond Camping Site : “A lovely basic farming campsite, set on the end of river. The water is crystal clear, and further down along the gorge are lovely rock pools and caves with many bushman paintings to explore. Neat and clean.” - Janine Reyneke, 2015/05/07

Rooidrom (Jan Joubert memorial) : “Beste Len Loader. Ek wil nou nie die geskiedenis van Rooidrom kom omver gooi nie, maar wil graag inset lewer hier. Gedurende September 1991 was ek saam met n spesgroep van die weermag die Marienfluss in tot daar anderkant Van Zylspas se begin onder in die vallei teen die Kunene. Ons het helikopter brandstof (avtur) saamgeneem in rooi 200L dromme.Daar amper in die hoek van die Fluss was daar n drom toe ons daar gekom het met n paal langsaan geplant met n sirkel gepak met klippe. Het nog n foto van dit. Ons het daar gebly in twee tente en die manne het hulle werk gaan doen in Angola. Ja ons het die omgewing verken en kan noem dat ons Van Zylspas die verkeerde kant toe op is met weermag Buffels om die omgewing te patroleer.(het fotos) Tydens ons tog deur die Flus terug na Sesfontein het twee van die dromme begin lek van die skud op die bak tydens rit deur die rivierlope wat moes gekruis word. Die een drom het ons van die voertuig afgelaai en maak staan op plek wat baie soortgelyk is aan fotos wat julle wys. Die ander drom het ons afgelaai langs die pad deur die pas oppad na Sesfontein. Die manne het n Fosfor granaat bo op die drom laat afgaan maar die drom het nie vlam gevat nie. Ek glo daardie drom staan vandag nog daar, want jy sal dit nie van die pad af kan sien nie. Ek het eendag vir iemand vertel van my ondervinding daar toe die persoon vir my noem dat daar is rooi dromme daar wat bekende bakens is. Ek wil baie graag terug na die Fluss na 34jaar om te gaan kyk of dit my drom is en om die een in die pas te gaan soek. Daar is n interessante storie om te vertel waar die dromme vandaan kom met fotos. Wil net noem dat die Fluss was in 1991 n baie verlate plek. By Sesfontein was daar basies net die Fort. Die enigste teken van mense was n groepie Himbas van 10 wat langs die Kunene heel bo in die Fluss gewoon het.” - Pieter DE JONGH, 2015/05/03

Moedverloren/Knersvlakte : “This is waterless flat region stretching more or less from the Olifants River in the south to the Kamiesberg in the North. It is bounded by the Hardeveld in the west and the Bokkeveld Mountains in the east. The name is derived from the Afrikaans: “Om op jou tande te kners” (To gnash your teeth and press on, regardless)” - Chris Smit, 2015/04/26