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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.

    Weekend trails in the Western Cape

    R59,00 R200,00
    The Western Cape boasts some of the worldÆs most beautiful walks, and Mike LundyÆs books remain the most popular books on hiking in and around Cape Town.

    Street guide Pretoria

    R20,00 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.

    Evocative Africa: Ventures of Discovery

    R99,00 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.

    Amazing Africa

    R79,00 R199,99
    Amazing Africa: the continent with the greatest desert and the longest river; the biggest land mammal and the largest bird; the highest free-standing mountain; the second largest freshwater lake and second highest waterfall.

    Street map Soweto

    R10,00

    Water, stone and legend

    R49,00 R160,00
    Few travellers through the relentless expanse of the Karoo take in much beyond the band of tar stretching, arrow-straight, ahead of them through the endlessness.

    Touring atlas of South Africa

    R80,00 R100,00
    This touring atlas is designed for all road users from the regular commercial traveller to the casual tourist.

    Island Dreams: Caribbean

    R99,00 R613,96
    Celebrating the colour, vitality, seductive landscapes and dazzling blue seas of the Caribbean, this book explores larger, cosmopolitan islands such as Cuba and Jamaica, to smaller, more exclusive spots such as Mustique and Martinique. Their variety and seductive beauty, presented with photographs, have become bywords for the good life.

    Remembering Robben Island

    R20,00 R110,00
    Nestled in the embrace of Table Bay, not far from the sweeping sands of Bloubergstrand, Robben Island is a haven for sea birds and seals. For centuries, it was also a harsh place of banishment and isolation.

    Chile: A Journey Through Extremes

    R149,00 R511,57
    Describes Chile, which is the land between fire and ice.

    Touring map Eastern Cape and Wild Coast

    R15,00 R80,00
    A folded road map of the Eastern Cape and Wild Coast featuring: a detailed map with road numbers and distances on main routes; places of interest, water features and holiday resorts.

    South Africa for South Africans

    R250,00
    Ours is a big country - South Africans, therefore, are used to driving vast distances simply to get from A to B.

    Easy walks in the Cape Peninsula

    R49,00 R200,00
    This informative guide inspires everyone, whether fit or unfit, elderly or very young, to æget out there and do itÆ! Easy walks in the Cape Peninsula introduces an undemanding walk - in and around Cape Town - for every weekend of the year.

    Nowhere

    R1 000,00
    From tiny fishing villages perched on Greenland's rocky crags through to the deserts of southern Australia, this title shows a personal view of some of the world's remotest spots. It pays homage to the environment - its virgin beaches, unexplored ice formations and untouched desserts.