This is a very detailed, easy to use, guide to the Augrabies Falls National Park.
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This is a very detailed, easy to use, guide to the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park.
Each page has a map that corresponds to the photos and information provided, detailing distances from one point of interest to the next.
It has over 110 full colour photographs that cover all the main water holes and points of interest in the Park.
Each photo has a full description of the meaning of the place name, quality of the water, depth of the borehole, GPS position, any applicable geological formations, plus identification of trees and shrubs as well as a description of any historical events that happened there.
This is a very detailed, easy to use, guide to the Kruger National Park which covers the whole Park from north to south.
The right page is a detailed map which shows:
Meaning of Place Names
Km between points
Photograph number ( for left hand page)
The left page has more detailed information on the points of interest on the facing page:
Name of the place
Tree identification and interesting facts about the tree
When Esther Alm and her husband settled in Bulwer in the South African province of KwaZulu Natal in 1980 they immediately began to explore their environment. They had spent holidays in the area before - and had already climbed Mahwaqa (Bulwer mountain) several times. Esther writes: 'From those early days right up to my last climb in 2010, I kept dated records of what we saw and experienced. When I looked at these records again, I could calculate that I had climbed to the summit of the mountain over 600 times in the nearly 30 years I lived in Bulwer.'
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