National Geographic's Tanzania, Rwanda, and Burundi Adventure Map is designed to meet the unique needs of adventure travelers with its durability and accurate information. This folded map provides global travelers with the perfect combination of detail and perspective, highlighting hundreds of points of interest and the diverse and unique destinations within the country. The map includes the locations of cities and towns with a user-friendly index, plus a clearly marked road network complete with distances and designations for major highways, main roads, and tracks and trails for those seeking to explore more remote regions.
The front side of the Tanzania map details the southern region of the country, from Zambia to the south, to the bordering country of Burundi to the west. The reverse side of the map details the northern region, showing the bordering country of Kenya to the north, and the Indian Ocean to the east.
Waterproof and tear-resistant
Accurate topography/terrain with a clearly labeled road network
Hundreds of points of interest, including the locations parks and nature reserves, protected lands, historical and cultural attractions
Thousands of place names including towns and natural features; detailed place names index
Important travel networks including airports, lighthouses, ferry routes, and rail lines
Approximately 4 1/4" x 9 1/4" folded; 26" x 38" 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.
Comments about Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi Adventure Map:
I would have given this map 5 stars had it not been for the lovely photo of a lion covering almost 13,000 square miles of map. I'm a big fan of National Geographic maps, they are waterproof and fairly durable, and have very good detail for their scale. However I still don't understand why they insist on covering what would be usable map areas with photographs. Let me take the photos while Nat Geo sticks to giving me the map to get there.
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
From National Geographic:Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts about this map. We are happy to hear that you are enjoying it. We try to balance the map use with the aesthetics of the photographs, and in this particular case may have erred on the side of the photograph. We have added your concerns to our comments list for this map and will likely remove the lion for the next printing.