National Geographic: Mexico Classic Wall Map (34.5 X 22.5 Inches)
  • National Geographic: Mexico Classic Wall Map (34.5 X 22.5 Inches)
  • National Geographic: Mexico Classic Wall Map (34.5 X 22.5 Inches)
  • National Geographic: Mexico Classic Wall Map (34.5 X 22.5 Inches)
  • National Geographic: Mexico Classic Wall Map (34.5 X 22.5 Inches)
  • National Geographic: Mexico Classic Wall Map (34.5 X 22.5 Inches)
  • National Geographic: Mexico Classic Wall Map (34.5 X 22.5 Inches)
  • National Geographic: Mexico Classic Wall Map (34.5 X 22.5 Inches)
ISBN: 1566955270
EAN13: 9781566955270
Language: English
Pages: 2
Dimensions: 0.3" H x 9.2" L x 4.4" W
Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Format: Folded
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National Geographic's wall map of Mexico is one of the largest and most detailed maps of the country. The signature Classic style design uses a bright, easy-to-read color palette. This map features thousands of place names, accurate political boundaries, national parks including Cumbres de Monterrey National Park, biosphere reserves including El Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve, archeological sites including the ruins of the Yucatan Peninsula, and major infrastructure networks such as roads, canals, ferry routes, and railroads. Mexico's diverse terrain is detailed through accurate shaded relief, coastal bathymetry, and symbolism for water features and other land forms. Elevations of major peaks are expressed in both feet and meters, and depth soundings are expressed in fathoms.

The map is encapsulated in heavy-duty 1.6 mil laminate which makes the paper much more durable and resistant to the swelling and shrinking caused by changes in humidity. Laminated maps can be framed without the need for glass, so the fames can be much lighter and less expensive.

  • Map Scale = 1:4,370,000
  • Sheet Size = 34.5 x 22.5

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5
   Sturdy map in its own pocket case
The makers of these maps have created a product that will outlast regular folded maps. Though this one was an oldie, it arrived in perfect condition and I'll use it for a long time to come.
 
5
   Well made and handy.Good back up
Has one if you get in remote areas with no coverage of cell gps? REMEMBER Check the US State Department website with information about safe areas and dangerous areas in Mexico. This is not a joke, Mexico has a lot to offer, but can be robbed or murdered if you are in the wrong place at the wrong time. Don 't go to the Copper Canyon or Acapulco...
 
5
   Very durable
I was expecting to get a regular paper map and was fine with the cost. When I received the map, I was impressed with the quality of the paper. It is not exactly laminated, but is very strong and water-resistant. I use it to mark on the wall and post where my students come from. If I were hiking in Mexico, this map would be sturdy enough to be pushed out of a pack, laid on the damp ground, etc. I will definitely purchase maps from NatGeo again.
 
5
   Great, Detailed Map!
I have been so much in Mexico that I wanted to take a good map to put on a wall to map where I have been. I purchased 2 because the map is 2-sided. It is a big wall. The paper is matted, and not too glossy, making it easy to read.
 
2
   Inadequate for my needs
I'll be travelling by motorcycle through a copper canyon, and this map did not have the level of detail I needed. I tried to find a more detailed printed map of the area I am looking for, but not having luck. I thought this might be the ticket, but unfortunately it is all mexico and does not zoom in on the places I need.
 
2
   Map Lacking Essential Details
We have travelled extensively and relied with great success in the past on National Geographic maps. This particular map of Mexico, however, falls significantly short of our expectations of NG maps. On our recent journey to Mexico, we traveled to Puerto Vallarta and north to Punta Mita. We found that the map did not include villages of interest to us, such as Mismaloya, beaches at Bocas de Tamatlan, and others on the beaten track, and were excluded from the map. Basically, the map ended up being pretty useless to us when we needed to drive our rental car without access to GPS. The bottom line is : don 't buy this map if you are counting on it to get you places of interest in Mexico. In our humble opinion, it is worthless!
 
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   This is a very important to dummies like myself traveling by motorcycle
The Nat 'l Geo. The maps are printed on a tyvek-like paper so that they hold very well and are waterproof. This is very important to dummies like myself when traveling by motorcycle. While I like the maps, the cover says regularly revised..., but this map was last revised in 2010 and is missing some of the major additions that Mexico made to their highway infrastructure in the last 8 years.
 
3
   pretty to look at but there are better options.
This map is pretty to look at, but the detail is lost in the effort of making it look good. Michelin - Cartographers are much better at showing information in a usable format.
 
4
   Map is nice, but it's dated 2010
Map is dated, but it is nice in 2010. There is at least one new road that does not appear on the map, which concerns me as I don 't know what else is missing. This new road shows up on Google maps, so that this will work with a combination of online and paper. Other than that, durable design and fairly easy to read.
 
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