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Dominican Republic Adventure Travel Map

$11.95
SKU:9000OQ

Quick Overview

While The Dominican Republic is the most popular destination and the second largest nation in the Caribbean, it offers much beyond spectacular beaches, and this Adventure Map by National Geographic will help you find it all.

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While The Dominican Republic is the most popular destination and the second largest nation in the Caribbean, it offers much beyond spectacular beaches, and this Adventure Map by National Geographic will help you find it all. 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. Walk the cobbled streets of the first city of the Americas, climb the region's highest peak, explore deep caves adorned with native art, dive rich coral reefs. This eco-travel map of the Dominican Republic - a country whose natural attractions and cultural roots are matched by the warmth of its people, will fair well during your next vacation.

This Dominican Republic Travel Map features:
• Waterproof, tear-resistant material
• A large-scale, easy to read topographic map of the entire country on one side
• 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
• Points of interests, photos and locations of exciting activities
Inset maps of metropolitan and colonial areas of the capital city, Santo Domingo
• Detailed Scale of 1:450,000

Additional Information

Geography Dominican Republic
Geo Type Country
Map Type Territory Maps
Usage Type Recreation Maps
Niche No
Publisher National Geographic

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