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Mexico, Central America & Caribbean

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  • Caribbean East and South Travel Atlas

    This atlas of the South and Eastern Caribbean features the usual care and attention to detail that ITMB put into all their travel maps. With over 400 maps of international travel destinations now available, ITMB are rightly recognized as one of the Worlds leading travel publishers. Learn More
    £13.95

  • Caribbean Islands West Half ITM Travel Atlas

    This atlas of the Western Caribbean features the usual care and attention to detail that ITMB put into all their travel maps. With over 400 maps of international travel destinations now available, ITMB are rightly recognized as one of the Worlds leading travel publishers. Learn More
    £13.95

  • Costa Rica/Panama Travel Atlas

    Detailed atlas book for Costa Rica and Panama. Includes roads by classification, mangroves, parks, markets, hotels and post offices, museums and archeological sites, hot springs, viewpoints, points of interest, beaches, ports, oil pipelines and other information. Learn More
    £13.95

  • Mexico ITM Travel Atlas

    At 1:1M scale, a book is the best way to portray a country as diverse as this one, and this Travel Atlas, with its glossy cover, 111 pages of detailed maps and 28 page place names index, makes this book the first-ever non-locally-produced travel road atlas of Mexico. Covering ALL of Mexico in great detail. Presenting an important touristic destination in a convenient and easy-to-carry booklet (6”x8.5” or 140mmx215mm). The atlas is in full colour, detailed, with distances between communities clearly shown; with particularly interesting towns highlighted in colour, hotels and gas stations noted in smaller urban areas; parks and nature reserves, hot springs, waterfalls, camping sites, museums, beaches – the listing of attractions is superb Learn More
    £13.99

  • Pan-Americana North Atlas

    The Pan-American Highway was created by the USA to improve road communications within the Western Hemisphere post-WW2. The highway started at the Mexican border and eventually reached somewhere south of Santiago in Chile. It was a vote-buying gimmick by the Americans to fund allies, but it also created an essential spine road through Central America to the Darien Gap and along the west coast of South America to the then-limits of Chile. Driving the Pan-Am has become a travel experience. More recently, the improvement in more northerly highways, such as the Dalton Highway from Fairbanks to Prudhoe Bay in Alaska, the paving of most of the Stewart Highway through British Columbia, and the tremendous improvement in highway infrastructure in Mexico over the past two decades, has made possible the long-awaited Panamericana Adventure Highway. Stretching from the Arctic Ocean at Prudhoe Bay south to the famous Alaska Highway, then east into Canada s Yukon, the Panamericana takes a westerly route along the coast and an easterly route through Edmonton and south to Texas. The western route is more interesting, in that much of it runs through pristine mountain wilderness. We have chosen the western route for this atlas, following the Pacific Coast as closely as possible through BC, Washington/Oregon/California to Tijuana. From here, the route can follow south through Baja California or head east and south along the eastern side of the Gulf of Colorado, past Mazatlan and Acapulco to join the original Pan-American at the Guatemala border. From Guatemala south to Panama, the Panamericana North (or Norte) is the original and well-maintained Pa-Am. The Darien Gap still prevents the North and South segments from joining, but this is more a political issue than a technical one. This is an epic atlas covering an epic journey. As often is the case with ITMB, this is another unique title of an interesting part of the world. Learn More
    £13.95

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