Looking for adventure, but not quite sure where to begin? National Geographic has been producing maps for 95 years and understands travelers’ needs. We were thrilled to learn that our colleagues in the maps division are expanding their line of travel AdventureMaps this November. The maps will cover a wide variety of destinations that go far beyond the typical tourist attractions and tap into the inner adventurer in us all.
The new map collection features recreational opportunities and terrain maps for the dedicated adventurer. And they’re affordable and durable. While you trek through the forest, climb the mountain, or participate in a safari, you don’t have to worry about your map tearing or smearing.
Each AdventureMap is printed on synthetic material that is waterproof, tear resistant, and environmentally friendly.
“Our AdventureMaps are designed to aid the more adventurous traveler as he or she successfully and safely navigates some of the most exotic and remote destinations on Earth,” said Charlie Regan, vice president and general manager of National Geographic Maps.
AdventureMap will release a new map for Puerto Rico in November and will continue releasing 60 maps into 2012 for destinations in Africa, Europe, Australia, and the Middle East.
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