Africa Map Pin

 +  T4A Online Shop Special for T4A GPS Maps: Starts 15th April 2017 - until v17.05 gets released on the 15th May 2017.

When purchasing our current version 16.10 T4A GPS maps online (Complete set of Links or SD Card), at the current Shop Prices (ie. SD Card is R790), you will automatically receive version 17.05 in Mid May 2017 as your free link upgrade as well as version 17.10 in October 2017. This offer is only valid for online purchases from the 15th April 2017 until our new version 17.05 is released in Mid May 2017. Contact our Sales team at [email protected] if you need more information.  

Please note that this special offer does not apply to our Individual Country GPS Maps Download Links, APPS, iGO SD Cards and discount purchases.

Starts 15 April 2017 - until v17.05 gets released.

 

 

Travel Africa Informed

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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Latest Comments

Highlanders Campsite : “Hi Guys. There is no need for us to explain this guy's comment. Do yourself a favour and have a look at our ratings and comments on trip advisor at Higlanders Campsite and lodge. That will explain itself. Thanks for your time.” - Marno Esterhuizen, 2017/04/23

Msauli, Abandoned Town & Asbestos Mine : “I lived in Msauli from 1983 until 1989. I started school in Diepgezet Laerskool and completed Gr2 in 1989. The town was a magical town to grow up in. No tar roads. We used to get our milk (in milk 2L cartons)every Sunday from Andy's shop at the clubhouse. Before the church was built, services were held in the school hall. The pool was always a hive of activities on weekends. The merry-go-round was only used on weekends and was painted in the old rugby province flag colours. We used to take inflated inner tubes and go down river. My dad used to play golf every Sunday. We used to go hiking in the mountain behind our house looking for dried flowers. Pure heaven!We also hiked up small mountain streams. The water was ice cold and so pure! Missing those days so much. Was pure heaven. I visited the town in 2006 . Will post pictures soon :-)” - Christo Boshoff, 2017/03/22

Msauli Office/Reception : “I used to live in Msauli from 1984 - 1989. I started school at Diepgezet laerskool before moving to the Freestate. This place brought a magical quality to everyday life. Pure mountain water to extreme lightning storms! I visited the town back in 2006 for nostalgic reasons and the memories flooded back. Wills hare some photos soon” - Christo Boshoff, 2017/03/22

Rhino Post Safari Lodge : “Rhino Post lodge should not be confused with Rhino walking Safaris, which operates as a trails camp. Rhino Post is a luxurious lodge situated in the same concession. The lodge is situated on the Muthlumuvi river. Accommodation is under thatched roofs, with sliding doors onto a decked verandah. There is a luxurious bathtub, double vanity and outdoor shower, as well as a bar fridge on the verandah. Game drives are done twice a day in the private concession as well as in Kruger Park. After sunset, when Kruger residents should be in rest camps, Rhino Post may take their guests on night drives in the Park, which makes it very exclusive. The food is out of this world thanks to the excellent chef, Anika Fourie !!! ” - Mietsie Visser, 2017/03/01