Wegenkaart van Peru met vermelding van veel bezienswaardigheden, nationale parken en attrakties. Watervast en scheurvast. Juist door deze vermeldingen onderscheidt de kaart zich van andere wegenkaarten.
National Geographic's Peru Adventure Map is designed to meet the unique needs of adventure travelers—detailed, durable, and accurate. Peru includes the locations of thousands of towns and villages, plus a clearly marked road network complete with distances and designations for highways and roadways. Rough tracks that require four-wheel drive vehicles and paths are included for adventurers seeking to explore more remote regions.
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 Peru including World Heritage sites, archeological sites, indigenous areas, churches, museums, and more. Users will find a variety of helpful travel aids on our map as well, including the location of airports, airfields, railroads, lighthouses, ferry routes, and harbors. National parks and reserves, beaches, wildlife centers, caves, waterfalls, lodges, scenic viewpoints, and spas are clearly indicated so travelers can take advantage of Peru’s many natural attractions and activities.
The front side of the map shows the northern half of Peru including the regions of Loreto, Tumbes, Piura, Amazonas, Lambayeque, Cajamarca, La Libertad, Ancash, Huánuco, and Ucayali. This section of the map spans from Peru’s borders with Ecuador and Colombia on the north and Brazil on the east, down to the coastal city of Chimbote. The regions of Tacna, Puno, Pasco, Moquegua, Madre de Dios, Lima, Junin, Ica, Huancavelica, Cusco, Ayacucho, Arequipa, and Apurímac are included on the reverse side. Provincial and political borders are clearly and accurate marked with colored boundaries, as are the borders of national parks and reserves.