Adventure Maps provide global travelers with the perfect tool for navigating cityscapes and more remote attractions.
Each title contains accurate topography, 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.
National Geographic’s Argentina Adventure Map is designed to meet the unique needs of adventure travelers—detailed, durable, and accurate. Argentina includes the locations of thousands of major cities and towns with an index for easily locating them, plus a clearly marked road network complete with distances and designations for major highways, limited access highways, minor roads, and more.
What sets National Geographic Adventure Maps apart from traditional road maps are the hundreds of points-of-interest that highlight the diverse, unique, and exotic destinations within Argentina including national parks and preserves, World Heritage sites, archeological sites, churches of interest, scenic viewpoints, natural points of interest, and important travel aids like airports, airstrips, rail lines, lighthouses, and harbors.
The north side of the Argentina map details the most highly populated areas of the country including the provinces of Buenos Aires, Córdoba, and Santa Fe as well as the impressive landscape of the Cordillera de los Andes bordering Chile on the northwest. Vineyards in Mendoza, Argentina’s world-renowned wine producing province are included, as are ski areas in this popular tourist region. An inset map shows the small province of Misiones that juts into the neighboring countries of Brazil and Paraguay. The south side of the map details Argentina’s extensive coastline from Mar Del Plata to Tierra Del Fuego highlighting beaches, preserves, and areas noted for fishing and surfing.
Popular places included on the map: Patagonia, Los Glaciares National Park, Peninsula Valdés, Iguazú Falls, Andes Mountains, Puente del Inca, Quebrada de Humahuaca and The Pampas.