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Ecuador Road Maps
Item Code : REIS6784Scale 1:650,000. Size 27"x39". Reis Know How edition. Very detailed Ecuador and Galapagos Islands road map. English and multi-lingual legends. Printed on tear-resistant, waterproof, paper-like plastic. It can bend and fold without cracking and is writable as normal paper, non-toxic and recyclable. Perfect for tourist adventures and independent travel and for driving tours. Includes topographic contour lines and hypsometric color tints which show height levels, along with elevation numbers. Shows all major and secondary roads and tertiary roads, with distances between points in kilometers. Fully indexed. Beautiful cartography.
Item Code : ITMB6783
Scale 1:660,000. Size 23"x37". Indexed. International Travel Maps edition.
Ecuador is popular with travellers. Not only is it an interesting country and visitor friendly, it is the access point to the Galapagos Islands - one of Earth's treasures. Much of the eastern half of the country is relatively pristine jungle with few roads, although there are numerous resorts/jungle lodges in place, particularly along the Rio Napo.
These are mostly for adventure travellers, but there are also posadas, haciendas, and excellent hotels throughout the country, and good roads for exploring. Although it would be best for visitors to obtain detailed maps of Quito and of the Galapagos area, this map includes inset maps of central Quito and most of the Galapagos area.
Item Code : BORC6782Scale 1:1,000,000. Fully indexed. Size 17" across x 30" high. Borch edition. Laminated, waterproof, easy-fold, flexi-map. Shows all types of roads, road numbers, distances between points in kilometers, footpaths, airports, bus stations, altitudes in meters, information centers, post offices, museums, monuments, churches, theatres, cinemas, mountain passes, lighthouses, caves, points of interest, archeological sites, golf courses, tennis courts, snorkelling areas, scuba diving areas, waterfalls, hospitals, beaches, national parks, nature preserves, markets, hotels, and public buildings. Laminated, easy-fold, flexi-map. English and multilingual text. Very detailed. BIG >> SAMPLE MAP Also includes a map of the Galapagos Islands Road and Tourist Map at 1:1,300,000 scale, Quito Environs Road and Tourist Map at 1:100,000 scale, and beautiful indexed detailed city street plans of Quito at 1:20,000 scale, Guayaquil at 1:17,000 scale, and Cuenca at 1:17,000 scale. << Small sample map
Item Code : NELS6785
Item Code : NELS6786
Item Code : CLNS6788
Item Code : NATL20988Scale 1:750,000. Size 26"x38". National Geographic edition. National Geographic s Ecuador and GalÃ¡pagos AdventureMap is designed to meet the unique needs of adventure travelers detailed, durable, and accurate. Ecuador and GalÃ¡pagos includes the locations of thousands of towns and villages, plus a clearly marked road network complete with distances and designations for highways, roads and more. What sets National Geographic AdventureMaps apart from traditional road maps are the hundreds of points of interest that highlight the diverse, unique, and exotic destinations within Ecuador and the GalÃ¡pagos islands including national parks and reserves, World Heritage sites, archeological sites, churches, spas, and more. The front side of the map shows the southern half of Ecuador including the provinces of Zamora, Chinchipe, Loja, El Oro, Azuay, CaÃ±ar, Santa Elena, Guayas, Chimborazo, and Morona-Santiago. GalÃ¡pagos is presented separately at larger scale, providing greater detail of the islands. Travelers to these unique islands often come to experience the unusual wildlife studied by Charles Darwin. Areas noted for their beaches, surfing, diving, and fishing are marked with activity symbols for outdoor enthusiasts wishing to further explore the islands and Ecuador s coastline. The provinces of Bolivar, Carchi, Cotopaxi, Esmeraldas, Imbabura, Los Rios, ManabÃ, Napo, Orellana, Tungurahua, Pastaza, Pichincha, Santo Domingo de los TsÃ¡chilas, and SucumbÃos are included on the reverse side. Provincial and political borders are clearly and accurately marked with colored boundaries, as are the national parks and reserves. Our Ecuador and GalÃ¡pagos AdventureMap is printed in the U.S.A. on a durable synthetic paper, making it waterproof, tear-resistant, and trail tough capable of going anywhere you do. The map is two-sided, and can be folded to a packable size of (4.25 x 9.25 ), unfolded size is (26 x 38 ). Each National Geographic AdventureMap highlights the Protected Areas along with a legend detailing the types of boundaries included. Net proceeds from the sale of this map go to support the nonprofit mission of the National Geographic Society.
Item Code : CLBG6798
Item Code : IGME6800Scale 1:66,666 approximately. Instituto Geografico Militar. Attractive maps in the style of the U.S. Park Service national park maps. On one side there is a shaded relief map with latitude and longitude markings. There are also photographs showing typical vegetation types and types of landscapes. The reverse side has English-Spanish descriptive text and a few photographs.
Item Code : IGME6799Scale 1:66,666 approximately. Instituto Geografico Militar edition. Attractive maps in the style of the U.S. Park Service national park maps. On one side there is a shaded relief map with latitude and longitude markings. There are also photographs showing typical vegetation types and types of landscapes. The reverse side has English-Spanish descriptive text and a few photographs.
Item Code : EDIG6803Pocket map. Ediguias edition. Detailed city street map.
Item Code : OCEN6801
Item Code : ITMB8991
Scale 1:350,000 / 1:12,400 / 1:10,000. Size 27"x39". International Travel Maps edition.
The Galapagos archipelago is a little difficult to reach, in that all flights must originate in Ecuador, necessitating adding maps for both Quito and Guayaquil to this map of the islands as those are the two cities flights leave from to reach the access airport on one of the islands. Naturally, visitors go for one reason to see exotic wildlife in a truly unique way. One can only explore the Galapagos as part of a tour, so making advance bookings with a small or big ship is absolutely essential.
We have endeavoured to locate the most likely viewing areas for iguanas, turtles, seals, and booby birds, but wild creatures tend to move around, and one must use an experienced guide to locate them. That said, much of the island grouping is as pristine as it was when the HMS Beagle hove to two hundred years ago and disgorged a young Charles Darwin to gaze in wonder at wild species with no ingrained fear of humans, eventually developing the concept of evolution that now is generally accepted as fact.
The map of Quito occupies the reverse side of the sheet. The old airport is no longer used and the new airport is quite distant from the city. Guayaquil is a large inset on the islands side. All of the photos on the map were taken by ourselves during a visit to the Galapagos. It should be noted that thousands of people live in the islands, mostly around Puerto Ayora.
Item Code : ITMB6802
Item Code : EDIG6804
Item Code : ITMB6805
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Ecuador Road Maps