Hit the Road. Explore South Africa's best Routes

Hit the Road: Explore South Africa's best Routes explores the top must-see travel stops South Africa has to offer.
Grobbelaar, Thea; Fraser, Sean
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978-1-77026-972-9
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Title: Hit the Road
Subtitle: Explore South Africa's best Routes
Editor: Thea Grobbelaar
Author: Sean Fraser
Publisher: MapStudio
2nd edition. Cape Town, South Africa 2018
ISBN 9781770269729 / ISBN 978-1-77026-972-9
Softcover, 17 x 24 cm, 207 pages, throughout photograph and map insets

About: Hit the Road. Explore South Africa's best Routes

Hit the Road: Explore South Africa's best Routes covers 17 of the most popular tourist routes in South Africa. Each route features the points of interest, as well as other worthwhile places to visit and things to see. The recommended amount of time to spend at each attraction is listed with each heading. We list both the 'least' amount of time you may need, and the time you should ideally allocate to get the 'most' out of your visit. Highlighted here are the major attractions, as well as the variety of smaller but popular drawcards en route, all mapped along 17 main travel routes with suggested time frames, and a comprehensive directory of contact information for easy and convenient travel. There are also Star Attractions that highlight new or special places to look out for. An alphabetical list of all attractions can be found in the Quickfinder.

Content: Hit the Road. Explore South Africa's best Routes

How to Use and Legend to Maps
Quickfinder
Map of Major Road and Rail Networks in South Africa
Map of Major Airports and Air Routes in South Africa
Cape Town and the Peninsula
The West Coast
Western Cape Winelands
The Overberg
The Garden Route
The Wild Coast and Eastern Cape
The Karoo and Little Karoo
Johannesburg
Gauteng and Surrounds
Limpopo, Waterberg & Groot-Marico
Mpumalanga's Panorama Route
Kruger National Park
Durban and Surrounds
Drakensberge
KwaZulu-Natal Midlands
Kwazulu-Natal Reserves
Free State and Central Region