The Namibia Guide (Edition 2018) is a premier guide for self-drive travellers to Namibia. This guide comes with a detailed road map of Namibia together with well researched information about travel regions, towns, places to stay or camp as well as a host of other categories. The information contained in this guide originates from the popular Namibia Self-drive Guide published as a book.
Categories of information included in this guide (9759 total number of points):
- Places (947) - cities, towns, villages. Places of traveller interest have detailed descriptions and information.
- Attractions & Activities (1939) - various attractions and activities
- Parks (155) - protected areas such as national parks and game reserves with descriptions
- Scenic (45) - mountain passes and other scenic drives
- Camps (412) - the most comprehensive camping guide for Namibia
- Lodging (787) - places to stay varying from upmarket lodges to entry level B&B’s
- Food & Drink (491) - places to eat or drink
- Fuel (230) - places to fuel up
- Shopping (467) - various places to shop, relevant to self-drive travellers
- Services (1024) - wide range of services relevant to self-drive travellers
- More (3262) - wide range of minor places of interest which may assist with orientation
To experience what this guide offers, have a look around the Swakopmund area in Namibia. We extracted a portion of this guide with the detailed map and points of interest for you to test drive. Make sure the Namibia Demo Guide is activated under your preferences.
Things to remember about using this guide:
- all information and maps are available offline once installed
- your GPS location is displayed on the map as you drive, providing orientation and assisting with narrowing down the search for places around you
- points of interest positions are accurately displayed on the map
- you can switch categories on and off based on your preference which will also filter the search results
- you will receive updates to this 2015 edition of the guide, free of charge, up to the end of 2016 even though a new edition will be released early in 2016
- your edition of the app will not expire even though we release new editions
Tracks4Africa has been collecting GPS data from real travellers since the year 2000. Our maps and guides reflect the collective travel experience of this community of travellers.
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