The Dominican Republic is the second largest nation in the Caribbean, occupying two-thirds of the stunning island of Hispaniola. Visitors can try their hand at windsurfing or kiteboarding, observe humpback whales, go whitewater rafting, or lounge on one of the many sugar-white beaches. The Dominican Republic Adventure Map features Pico Duarte, the highest point in the Caribbean (10,417 feet), as well as detailed map insets of the metropolitan and colonial areas of the capital city, Santo Domingo.
Side one features a large-scale, easy-to-read topographic map of the entire country that includes points of interest and photos throughout.
Side two features information about the Samana Peninsula, Del Este National Park, Lake Enriquillo (at 144 feet below sea level, the lowest point in the Caribbean) and many other national parks and preserves.
Approximately 4 1/4" x 9 1/4" folded; 25 1/2" x 37 3/4" fully opened
Adventure Maps provide global travelers with the perfect tool for navigating cityscapes and more remote attractions. Each title contains accurate topography, up-to-date roads, points-of-interest, and detailed inset maps for major cities, plus a host of important travel tips. Adventure Maps are printed on the same durable, waterproof, and environmentally friendly material as our Trails Illustrated maps, making them ideal for the rigors of international travel.
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