St. Vincent and the Grenadines on a contoured and GPS-compatible map at 1:50,000 with tourist information, a plan of Kingstown, plus notes on the islands history, scenic routes, hiking, etc. On one side is a map of St. Vincent; on the reverse the Grenadines are shown on two overlapping panels.
Contours at 100 feet intervals with bold relief shading very effectively present St Vincent’s topography and the crater of La Soufrière. Additional graphics indicate forested areas, cliffs, sandy beaches, etc. The map shows the island’s road network including country tracks and footpaths. A wide range of symbols highlight various places of interest including beaches, snorkelling and surfing sites, viewpoints, nature reserves and gardens, etc. A street plan of Kingstown at 1:10,000 indicates locations of main public buildings and facilities in the town. Also included is a small map showing the island’s parish boundaries.
On the reverse are the Grenadines, presented in two separate panels and also annotated with symbols indicating places of interest and recreational sites. Both sides of the map have a UTM grid, plus 5’ margin ticks for latitude and longitude.
PLEASE NOTE: This map was last revised in 1991 and reprinted in 1998 by the now defunct Ordnance Survey International.
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