In order to give our clients an exciting adventure without the constraints imposed by a convoy system, we use a roadbook set out in the following manner.
It is very important that you use all parts of the roadbook in conjunction with any maps that you will be required to buy for a particular safari. Every morning you will be given a briefing on the days route outlining any caution as well as fuel, food and cultural stops. We will also advise you of the crucial waypoints that must not be missed.
|GPS||The actual position that corresponds to the tulip diagram in latitude and longitude.|
|Tulip||These diagrams indicate the direction to travel, the arrow indicating the track or road to take. Any track or road with a double line across it means that you should not travel that route.|
|Total||The amount of km/miles traveled so far that day or since the km/miles were zeroed.|
|Partial||The amount of km/miles from the preceding tulip or GPS co-ordinate.|
|Bearing||The direction of the next tulip or GPS co-ordinate.|
|Waypoint||Each line in a roadbook's route is numbered.|