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Zambia Folded Travel Map (4th Edition) by ITMB (2008)

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Tourism to Zambia is at an all-time high, thanks to the utter collapse of neighbouring Zimbabwe. Why? Well, Victoria Falls is easily accessible from Liningstone, and Zambia has ramped up its tourism infrastructure to take advantage of the pent up demand to see one of the great wonders of the world. Zambia is also proving to be a stable and reasonably democratic state, and progressing accordingly. This map updates everything ITMB have been able to find about the country.

The map distinguishes roads ranging from major paved roads to tracks. Railroads, international and national airports, aerodromes and ports are all clearly marked, as are petrol stations, post offices, border crossings, hospitals/medical facilities, points of interest, vistas, ruins/archaeological sites, mines, museums, campsites or huts, rest houses/hostels/bungalows, missions and ferries.

There is also an inset map of Lusaka and another of Livingstone that show some accommodation options and various other facilities.

Product Overview
Product NoCMS0008553
Weight (g)95 g
PublisherITMB Publishing
Edition DateNov-08
Size100 x 235 x 10mm
FormatFolded Map
Scale1:1 500 000
ISBN9781553414650
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Tourism to Zambia is at an all-time high, thanks to the utter collapse of neighbouring Zimbabwe. Why? Well, Victoria Falls is easily accessible from Liningstone, and Zambia has ramped up its tourism infrastructure to take advantage of the pent up demand to see one of the great wonders of the world. Zambia is also proving to be a stable and reasonably democratic state, and progressing accordingly. This map updates everything ITMB have been able to find about the country.

The map distinguishes roads ranging from major paved roads to tracks. Railroads, international and national airports, aerodromes and ports are all clearly marked, as are petrol stations, post offices, border crossings, hospitals/medical facilities, points of interest, vistas, ruins/archaeological sites, mines, museums, campsites or huts, rest houses/hostels/bungalows, missions and ferries.

There is also an inset map of Lusaka and another of Livingstone that show some accommodation options and various other facilities.

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