New at T4A: paper maps of Namibia, Mozambique and Malawi

Just in time for well-deserved trips during the coming festive season, T4A introduces new editions to their paper map portfolio. Best used in conjunction with T4A’s GPS Maps, you can now truly travel Namibia, Mozambique and Malawi informed.

Namibia (fourth edition)

The latest edition features a comprehensive set of roads and tracks in nature reserves, detailed information on campsites and attractions, and border crossings indicated with opening and closing times.

Included

  • Kaokoland with all off-road tracks
  • Detailed maps for Swakopmund and Windhoek
  • Each town is shown with up-to-date tourist services information
  • Shaded relief to accentuate mountains and other topographical features

Scale: 1:1,000,000 (1cm = 10km)

Price: R199

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Sossusvlei, Namibia
Etosha National Park, Namibia

Mozambique & Malawi (second edition)

The Mozambique & Malawi paper map is the most comprehensive map of its kind detailing these two countries. It’s the perfect trip-planning tool.

Included

  • Map key and map index
  • Distances and travel times between towns
  • Main services are indicated with icons in main towns
  • Border controls with opening and closing times
  • Locations of campsites, lodges, attractions and more

Scale: 1:1,000,000 (1cm = 10km)

Price: R199

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Ibo Island, Mozambique
Niassa, Mozambique
Cape Maclear, Malawi. Picture by Karin Theron

Good to know

  • There’s no need to transfer GPS co-ordinates from the paper map to your GPS – everything you see on the map is already contained in T4A’s GPS Maps.
  • Both maps are printed on tear-proof and water-resistant synthetic paper.
  • All roads, tracks, places of interest, distance data, and travel time estimates shown on T4A’s paper maps reflect the collective travel experience of the Tracks4Africa community. Every single road has been GPS recorded and verified by the T4A community.

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Featured picture of Itezhi-Tezhi Dam, Malawi, by Karin Theron

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