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Hiking Trails of South Africa

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By: Willie Olivier and Sandra Olivier
304 pages, 100 col and b/w photos, 8 maps
Hiking Trails of South Africa
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  • Hiking Trails of South Africa ISBN: 9781868727872 Paperback Aug 2003 Out of Print #140359
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Well-known authors Willie and Sandra Olivier have covered thousands of kilometres throughout southern Africa, exploring the area both by road and on foot. They are the authors of The Guide to Hiking Trails - Exploring Southern Africa on Foot, The Guide to Backpacking and Wilderness Trails, Hiking Trails of Southern Africa, Exploring the Natural Wonders of South Africa, Overland through Southern Africa, African Adventurer's Guide to Namibia and the highly successful Touring in South Africa. They live in Hochland Park, Windhoek, Namibia.
Out of Print
By: Willie Olivier and Sandra Olivier
304 pages, 100 col and b/w photos, 8 maps
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