Laminated, waterproof and tear-resistant tourist map of Belize, with a street plan of central Belize City, enlargement of the Ambergris Caye and Caye Caulker area, plans of eight main archaeological sites and an overview map of the whole of Yucatan Peninsula.
The main map covers the country at 1:500,000, extending west into Guatemala to Lake Petén Itzá and the towns of Flores and Santo Benito. Topography is shown by relief shading with spot heights and markings for swamps and mangroves. Road network shows locations of petrol stations. National parks and other protected areas are prominently highlighted and the map indicates numerous places of interest including archaeological sites and Maya temples, caves, beaches, scuba diving and snorkeling sites, etc. Also shown are the countries internal administrative boundaries with names of the provinces.
On the reverse is a street plan of central Belize City, an enlargement at 1:250,000 of the Ambergris Caye and Caye Caulker area, and the map of the whole of Maya region, from Tuxtla Gutierrez in Mexico to Tegucigalpa in Honduras, all annotated with symbols highlighting places of interest. All three maps and the street plan are indexed, with separate lists of sights, etc. Map legend includes English.
Plans at scales from 1:9,000 to 1:3,000 show the archaeological sites at Altun Ha, Cahal Pech, Caracol, El Pilar, Lamanai, Lubaantun, Nim Li Punit and Xunantunich. Also provided is information on the country’s climate and a small administrative map of Belize.