Peninsula Valdes in a series of handy format, light, laminated and waterproof concertina maps of Argentina’s popular regions and routes from De Dios, presenting a selection of tourist road maps, street plans and trekking suggestions. The road maps in these titles do not aim to provide a detailed picture of the region’s road network, but are designed to highlight interesting routes or main tourist attractions.
Similarly, the more detailed maps of hiking areas provide just the basic indication of the topography, with very general altitude colouring, spot heights for main peaks, plus rivers and lakes, and show access roads, refuges, campsites and other accommodation facilities, viewpoints, and recommended hiking routes. The street plans show town centres with main hotels, places of interest, bus terminals, petrol stations, etc. The maps have no geographical coordinates. Map legends are in Spanish.
*In this title:*ten different maps of the peninsula and the surrounding area:
* An overview map of the northern Patagonia at 1:2,300,000 from the Peninsula to the Chilean border and south to beyond Comodoro Rivadavia to Perito Moreno and Caleta Olivia.
* An overview map of the Peninsula Valdes at 1:2,300,000 with main roads, information points, beaches, and sites of animal colonies.
* Three areas of the mainland: Ruta Gulesa between Dolavon and Trelew at 1:80,000, the route from Trelew and Rawson to the Punta Tombo reserve at 1:600,000, and the Bay of Camarones at 1:160,000
* Five street plans: Rawson, Trelew, Las Grutas, Puerto Piramides, and the centre of Puerto Madryn.
Also included is a month by month diary for spotting various animals.
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