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Where to Dive: In Southern Africa and Off the Islands - Al J Venter~Assisted by Darrell Hattingh, Andy Cobb, Charles Maxwell and Pete Joubert.
Ashanti Publishing, 1990. ISBN-13: 978-1874800170. Hardback, 635 pages

Status: Out of Print
Only autographed copies available - few copies left.~~Where to Dive in Southern Africa|ISBN-13 9781874800170|~11183~12983~~
World Heritage Sites of South Africa: Cape Floral Region Protected Areas - Fiona McIntosh with CapeNature~Let Southbound take you to the astonishing floral riches of the Cape - what Carl Linnaeus described as "this Heaven on Earth" - a vast area of mountainous shrubland, dominated by fynbos, and rich in faunal, floral and cultural diversity.

ISBN 0-9584891-8-1, Softback with gatefolds and a bookmark, 178 x 100 mm, 144-208pp, Full colour photographs & maps throughout.~ 30 Degrees South, RSA. 2006
ISBN 0-9584891-8-1
Softback with gatefolds and a bookmark
178 x 100 mm, 144-208pp
Full colour photographs & maps throughout.

Let Southbound take you to the astonishing floral riches of the Cape-what Carl Linnaeus described as "this Heaven on Earth"-a vast area of mountainous shrubland, dominated by fynbos, and rich in faunal, floral and cultural diversity.

Fiona McIntosh
Fiona is a photo journalist and the editor of Out There Adventure and Out There Travel. She is the author of various books on hiking and other adventures including the Table Mountain Activity Guide (Struik). She considers herself extremely privileged to live on the slopes of Table Mountain in Cape Town and is proud of its World Heritage status. She is an addicted traveller and adventurer, spending her time canoeing, hiking and visiting strange, out-of-the-way places, such as the North Pole.~Cape Floral Region Protected Areas|ISBN 0958489181|~11183~11186~~
World Heritage Sites of South Africa: Cradle of Humankind - David Fleminger~Let Southbound take you back to where we came from-The Cradle of Humankind in the Magaliesberg region of the Gauteng and North West provinces of South Africa and uncover the myths and intricacies of our species in this delightfully entertaining and informative guide.

ISBN 0-9584891-3-0, Softback with gatefolds and a bookmark, 178 x 100 mm, 144-208pp, Full colour photographs & maps throughout.~ 30 Degrees South, RSA. 2006
ISBN 0-9584891-3-0
Softback with gatefolds and a bookmark
178 x 100 mm, 144-208pp
Full colour photographs & maps throughout.

Let Southbound take you back to where we came from - The Cradle of Humankind in the Magaliesberg region of the Gauteng and North West provinces of South Africa and uncover the myths and intricacies of our species in this delightfully entertaining and informative guide.

David Fleminger
Because of his passion for wandering the globe, travel writing appears to be evolving as David's focus in life. His first book, Back Roads of the Cape, was published in 2005. He has also worked in many different aspects of the media industry-as a script writer, director, editor, post-production supervisor, interviewer and producer. ("I am an avid movie watcher with an extensive knowledge of useless movie trivia.") He has written and directed theatre shows, TV series and educational videos and is studying for an MA in Tourism & Heritage Studies at Wits University. A born-and-bred Jo'burger, he lives in the northern suburbs with sundry pets and housemates. Much to his mother's mounting despair he is still single but spends his time watching theatre, cricket and walking his dogs in the park.~Cradle of Humankind|ISBN 0958489130|~11183~11191~~
World Heritage Sites of South Africa: Greater St Lucia Wetland Park - Philip Briggs~Let Southbound take you to a very special place on the southeastern coast of Africa-to the Elephant Coast of the Zulu Kingdom in the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal, where you'll find the breathtakingly beautiful, 260,000-hectare Greater St. Lucia Wetland Park. From whales to tropical fish, from rhino to its unique birdlife, this patchwork of wetlands, dunes and costal forest has it all.

ISBN 0-9584891-7-3, Softback with gatefolds and a bookmark, 178 x 100 mm, 144-208pp, Full colour photographs & maps throughout.~30 Degrees South, RSA. 2006
ISBN 0-9584891-7-3
Softback with gatefolds and a bookmark
178 x 100 mm, 144-208pp
Full colour photographs & maps throughout.

Let Southbound take you to a very special place on the southeastern coast of Africa-to the Elephant Coast of the Zulu Kingdom in the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal, where you'll find the breathtakingly beautiful, 260,000-hectare Greater St. Lucia Wetland Park. From whales to tropical fish, from rhino to its unique birdlife, this patchwork of wetlands, dunes and costal forest has it all.

Philip Briggs
Philip is a travel and environmental writer specializing in Africa. Raised in South Africa, where he still lives, Philip first visited East Africa in 1986 and has since spent about half his time exploring the highways and back roads of more than 20 African countries. His first book, South Africa: The Bradt Travel Guide, was published in 1991, and he has subsequently authored Bradt guides to East and southern Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia, Malawi, Mozambique, Ghana and Rwanda, several of which are now in their fourth or fifth edition. He has written or contributed to numerous other books published by the likes of Struik, Insight Discovery, AA Travel Guides, Berlitz and Frommers, and he has had more than 100 features and columns published in periodicals such as Africa Geographic, Travel Africa, BBC Wildlife, Mail & Guardian, Saturday Star, Diversions, Wanderlust and Africa Birds & Birding.~Greater St Lucia Wetland Park|ISBN 0958489173|~11183~11188~~
World Heritage Sites of South Africa: Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape - David Fleminger~Let Southbound take you back over 1,000 years-through the mists of time to a long-forgotten era of southern African splendour and prosperity-and uncover the myths and legends of a noble culture … the kingdom of Mapungubwe on the Limpopo River.

ISBN 0-9584891-5-7, Softback with gatefolds and a bookmark, 178 x 100 mm, 144-208pp, Full colour photographs & maps throughout.~30 Degrees South, RSA. 2006
ISBN 0-9584891-5-7
Softback with gatefolds and a bookmark
178 x 100 mm, 144-208pp
Full colour photographs & maps throughout.

Let Southbound take you back over 1,000 years-through the mists of time to a long-forgotten era of southern African splendour and prosperity-and uncover the myths and legends of a noble culture … the kingdom of Mapungubwe on the Limpopo River.

David Fleminger
Because of his passion for wandering the globe, travel writing appears to be evolving as David's focus in life. His first book, Back Roads of the Cape, was published in 2005. He has also worked in many different aspects of the media industry-as a script writer, director, editor, post-production supervisor, interviewer and producer. (“I am an avid movie watcher with an extensive knowledge of useless movie trivia.”) He has written and directed theatre shows, TV series and educational videos and is studying for an MA in Tourism & Heritage Studies at Wits University. A born-and-bred Jo'burger, he lives in the northern suburbs with sundry pets and housemates. Much to his mother's mounting despair he is still single but spends his time watching theatre, cricket and walking his dogs in the park.~Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape|ISBN 0958489-57|~11183~11190~~
World Heritage Sites of South Africa: Robben Island - David Fleminger~Let Southbound take you back in time and uncover the rich history of a South African icon-Robben Island-a desolate little island off that coast of Cape Town in the bleak Atlantic, that has come to symbolize to the world the very essence of the struggle for freedom.

ISBN 0-9584891-2-2, Softback with gatefolds and a bookmark, 178 x 100 mm, 144-208pp, Full colour photographs & maps throughout.~30 Degrees South, RSA. 2006
ISBN 0-9584891-2-2
Softback with gatefolds and a bookmark
178 x 100 mm, 144-208pp
Full colour photographs & maps throughout.

Let Southbound take you back in time and uncover the rich history of a South African icon-Robben Island-a desolate little island off that coast of Cape Town in the bleak Atlantic, that has come to symbolize to the world the very essence of the struggle for freedom.

David Fleminger
Because of his passion for wandering the globe, travel writing appears to be evolving as David's focus in life. His first book, Back Roads of the Cape, was published in 2005. He has also worked in many different aspects of the media industry-as a script writer, director, editor, post-production supervisor, interviewer and producer. ("I am an avid movie watcher with an extensive knowledge of useless movie trivia.") He has written and directed theatre shows, TV series and educational videos and is studying for an MA in Tourism & Heritage Studies at Wits University. A born-and-bred Jo'burger, he lives in the northern suburbs with sundry pets and housemates. Much to his mother's mounting despair he is still single but spends his time watching theatre, cricket and walking his dogs in the park.~Robben Island|ISBN 0958489122|~11183~11187~~
World Heritage Sites of South Africa: uKhahlamba-Drakensberg Park - Philip Briggs~Let Southbound take you to a place of wonder and beauty that sprawls in breathtaking splendour between the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands and the ice-capped peaks of the Kingdom of Lesotho. The AmaZulu-'People of Heaven'-who live in the long eastern shadow of the mountains call them uKhahlamba, the 'Barrier of spears'. The first Boer settlers to trail their ox-wagons into the foothills dubbed them the Drakensberg, the 'Dragon's mountain'. Both names are in official use today, but South Africans, in unconscious recognition of its singularity, tend simply to refer to the uKhahlamba-Drakensberg as The Berg-'The Mountain'.

ISBN 0-9584891-6-5, Softback with gatefolds and a bookmark, 178 x 100 mm, 144-208pp, Full colour photographs & maps throughout.~30 Degrees South, RSA. 2006
ISBN 0-9584891-6-5
Softback with gatefolds and a bookmark
178 x 100 mm, 144-208pp
Full colour photographs & maps throughout.

Let Southbound take you to a place of wonder and beauty that sprawls in breathtaking splendour between the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands and the ice-capped peaks of the Kingdom of Lesotho. The AmaZulu-'People of Heaven'-who live in the long eastern shadow of the mountains call them uKhahlamba, the 'Barrier of spears'. The first Boer settlers to trail their ox-wagons into the foothills dubbed them the Drakensberg, the 'Dragon's mountain'. Both names are in official use today, but South Africans, in unconscious recognition of its singularity, tend simply to refer to the uKhahlamba-Drakensberg as The Berg-'The Mountain'.

Philip Briggs
Philip is a travel and environmental writer specializing in Africa. Raised in South Africa, where he still lives, Philip first visited East Africa in 1986 and has since spent about half his time exploring the highways and back roads of more than 20 African countries. His first book, South Africa: The Bradt Travel Guide, was published in 1991, and he has subsequently authored Bradt guides to East and southern Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia, Malawi, Mozambique, Ghana and Rwanda, several of which are now in their fourth or fifth edition. He has written or contributed to numerous other books published by the likes of Struik, Insight Discovery, AA Travel Guides, Berlitz and Frommers, and he has had more than 100 features and columns published in periodicals such as Africa Geographic, Travel Africa, BBC Wildlife, Mail & Guardian, Saturday Star, Diversions, Wanderlust and Africa Birds & Birding.~uKhahlamba-Drakensberg Park|ISBN 0958489165|~11183~11189~~
World Heritage Sites of South Africa: Vredefort Dome - David Fleminger~World Heritage Sites of South Africa: Vredefort Dome - David FlemingerLet Southbound take you to the Vredefort Dome and back in time to where it all started - The Big Bang! To how our world began, and then, when it was all perfectly formed around two billion years ago-Wham! Another big bang - this time an uninvited intruder from outer space in the form of a whopping 190-kilometre-diameter meteorite that smashed into Earth near today's little town of Vredefort in central South Africa.

ISBN 0-9584891-4-9, Softback with gatefolds and a bookmark, 178 x 100 mm, 144-208pp, Full colour photographs & maps throughout.~30 Degrees South, RSA. 2006
ISBN 0-9584891-4-9
Softback with gatefolds and a bookmark
178 x 100 mm, 144-208pp
Full colour photographs & maps throughout.

Let Southbound take you to the Vredefort Dome and back in time to where it all started - The Big Bang! To how our world began, and then, when it was all perfectly formed around two billion years ago-Wham! Another big bang - this time an uninvited intruder from outer space in the form of a whopping 190-kilometre-diameter meteorite that smashed into Earth near today's little town of Vredefort in central South Africa.


David Fleminger
Because of his passion for wandering the globe, travel writing appears to be evolving as David's focus in life. His first book, Back Roads of the Cape, was published in 2005. He has also worked in many different aspects of the media industry-as a script writer, director, editor, post-production supervisor, interviewer and producer. ("I am an avid movie watcher with an extensive knowledge of useless movie trivia.") He has written and directed theatre shows, TV series and educational videos and is studying for an MA in Tourism & Heritage Studies at Wits University. A born-and-bred Jo'burger, he lives in the northern suburbs with sundry pets and housemates. Much to his mother's mounting despair he is still single but spends his time watching theatre, cricket and walking his dogs in the park.~ Vredefort Dome|ISBN 0958489149|~11183~11192~~
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