Things to do in Moer & Gone Places is a guide “to get away from it all” with over 100 places within South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia, Lesotho, Swaziland and Mozambique.
The book covers all levels of accommodation, from a rustic cabin in the woods, to a 4-star self-catering lodge in the African bush. Each entry features a short description of the destination and the accommodation, and the range of activities available in the surrounding areas.
Take time out to relax and enjoy these remote places where you can do a thousand things, from outdoor activities and eco-experiences to eating, drinking and exploring these off-the-beaten-track places, and what to watch out for.
GPS coordinates and handy locator maps help you to get there easily.
Fantastic full-colour photographs of the accommodation and surrounds, including action and leisure sports.
Finding a remote holiday adventure is one page away!
Contents of Things to do in Moer & Gone Places Include:
– Wildlife viewing
– Horse riding
– Cultural experiences
– Tasting local food and drink
– 4×4 trips… plus many more
An important information panel features driving directions with locator map and GPS coordinates, access, security, cell reception, Wi-Fi availability, website and contact details.
Getaway recently held a competition where they asked their subscribers to tell them about the favourite off-the-grid destinations across South Africa and these are the wonderful results – Complete Article: Your top 12 off-the-grid destinations across South Africa
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Jacques Marais is a professional photographer, photojournalist and author who primarily focuses on adventure travel, extreme sport and the great outdoors. He regularly contributes to a wide selection of premium adventure-, travel- and outdoor lifestyle magazines and newspapers, both in South Africa and abroad.
He has authored and contributed to more than a dozen outdoor and adventure guides, covering activities as diverse as mountain biking, trail running, hiking and adventure racing.
Awards include selection as a TOP 50 Finalist in the acclaimed ILLUME Red Bull Photographic Competition, as well as Gold and Silver Certificates in the respected SONY Profoto Awards. When Marais isn’t traveling around the most remote corners of the globe, he explores the Cape Peninsula trails with his wife Karyn and three kids – Beth, Robert and Grace – on their bikes or on foot.