Tibet Road Maps | Detailed Travel Tourist Driving
Tibet Road Maps
Item Code : REIS14081Scale 1:1,500,000. Size 39" across x 27" high. Reise Know-How edition. Very detailed Tibet 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 : ITMB14082
Item Code : LINK14080
Item Code : STAN14085Scale 1:1,000,000. Very detailed.
- $21.95 Rolled + $8.80 p&h or $34.80 foreign delivery
Item Code : GIZI14087
Item Code : NELS14083
Item Code : GEKO14089
Item Code : COTS14088Indexed. Scale 1:12,500. Includes a 63-page booklet giving a brief history of Lhasa, as well as the locations of hotels and stores. English and Tibetan text. City street map
- $32.95 + $6.50 p & h or $12.50 foreign delivery
Item Code : TUTT14086Size 6"x8". 416 pages. Includes 280 maps. Charles E. Tuttle edition. This extraordinary budget travel guide to the Tibetan world comes with over 280 tried and tested maps covering the entire region. Get there and get around: Hundreds of pages of important travel information. Plus gateway cities: New Delhi, Calcutta, Chengdu, Kunming, Kathmandu and Pokhara. Keep to your budget: Hotel tariffs, tour and trekking costs, permit and visa charges. Pack everything in: Cultural, historical and religious explanations, festival dates, sights & more... "Although this book has about 300 very detailed maps everything from a map of Portola Palace to downtown Cheng-du it is essentially a travel guide rather than a history of mapping the Tibetan region, as the title may suggest. In the first chapter, the authors, all experienced travelers captivated by Tibet, are admirably forthright about the drawbacks of travel there (e.g., Tibetan mastiffs that bite on sight, the need for vaccinations, altitude sickness, and the absence of gourmet meals) and then spend the rest of the book focusing on the good points, such as the many monasteries and cultural sites and the ability to travel cheaply. Pages are filled with practical tourist information, basic tours, very detailed instructions (e.g., the building in front of which a bus leaves), and plentiful photos. Recommended for all travel collections specializing in Asian geographic areas. Mary Lynette Larsgaard, Univ. of Calif."
Tibet Road Maps