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Tracks4Africa creates maps and travel guides for self-drive travellers in Africa. They have a deep understanding of what it takes to do vehicle-based travel in Africa, based on the travel experience of a community of travellers.

How we are involved: Making Visible and Accessible
Tracks4Africa assists with detailed trip planning for the event. Their maps form the basis for navigation and they supply the navigation technology used on the road. Tracks4Africa maps of southern and eastern Africa come standard on the Land Rover Discovery vehicles used by the team. For the rest of the continent Tracks4Africa GPS maps are used on GPS devices supplied by Tracks4Africa.

About Tracks 4 Africa:
Tracks 4 Africa reflects where people travel and is packed with detail for the self-drive traveller. It covers many aspects like where to stay, eat, shopping, fuel, money matters, emergencies and obviously what to see and do when you visit a place.

Tracks4Africa maps are build form the collective travel experience of a community of travellers who share their experiences and GPS data with us. Our team is trained to process raw GPS data into rich maps.

Tracks4Africa products include GPS maps, paper maps and guide books, all focused on self-drive travel in Africa.

Visit Tracks 4 Africa – www.tracks4africa.co.za

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