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The Shell Tourist Map of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

By: Veronica Roodt(Author)
colour photos, colour maps, scale 1 : 330 000, size unfolded 60 × 84 cm (W × H)
The Shell Tourist Map of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park
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The map of this park, which straddles the Botswana-South Africa border, is of A1 size and folds to A5. It is printed on high quality matte paper with a slight shine. It is presented in a sturdy plastic sleeve. The front and the back maps are based on satellite images where the satellite photos form the backdrop of the map. The front of the map has a map of the entire Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, including the South African side and the Botswana side. The back of the map contains enlarged maps of all the tourist areas in the Kgalagadi – the South African side, Mabuasehube, the Wilderness trails, Swart Pan area and the Kaa Kalahari Concession north of the Kgalagadi. The map contains about 250 GPS co-ordinates and distances.

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By: Veronica Roodt(Author)
colour photos, colour maps, scale 1 : 330 000, size unfolded 60 × 84 cm (W × H)
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