National Geographic s Brazil AdventureMap is designed to meet the unique needs of adventure travelers detailed, durable, and accurate. Brazil 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, tollways, and more.
What sets National Geographic AdventureMaps apart from traditional road maps are the hundreds of points-of-interest that highlight the diverse, unique, and exotic destinations within Brazil including national parks and reserves, World Heritage sites, archeological sites, indigenous areas, churches, zoos, and museums.
The front side of the Brazil map includes the western half of the country and features the remarkable Amazon Basin and the Mato Grosso Plateau. Airports, airfields, anchorages, and other travel aids are invaluable for adventurers seeking to explore the tropical rainforests, savannahs, and woodlands at the heart of the country s interior. The eastern half of the country is covered on the back side of the map, including the capital of Brasilia and the cities of SÃ£o Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Fortaleza, Curitiba, Porto Alegre, and more. Harbors, lighthouses, and cruise routes are noted along Brazil s extensive Atlantic coastline.
Our Brazil AdventureMap is printed in the U.S.A. on a durable synthetic paper, making it waterproof, tear-resistant, and trail tough capable of going anywhere you do. The map is two-sided, and can be folded to a packable size of (4.25 x 9.25 ), unfolded size is (26 x 38 ).
Each National Geographic AdventureMap highlights the protected areas along with a legend detailing the types of boundaries included. Net proceeds from the sale of this map go to support the nonprofit mission of the National Geographic Society.
Popular Places Included on the Map:
Amazon Rainforest, Barra Grande, Iguassu and Iguazu Falls, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador da Bahia, Sao Paulo, The Pantanal, The Sanctuary of Bom Jesus do Congonhas, and Trancoso.