This is a brand new map for ITMB and concentrates on the fast-changing southern portion of Chile (known as the Austral) and Patagonia, which technically only exists in southern Argentina, but in reality, can’t be shown easily on a map without including the same area in Chile. Thus, one side concentrates on Chile south of Los Angeles (yes, there’s one there too!) in two long strip maps that go all the way to Cape Horn (or Hoorn, in Dutch) south of Tierra del Fuego.
Although it has nothing to do with this part of Chile, we have also included the main portion of touristic Easter Island, an inset of what is popularly referred to as Robinson Crusoe Island (Alexander Selkirk was marooned here for a number of years, and is the real-life model of the fictional Crusoe) and an inset map of Ushuaia.
The other side shows all of Chile from Temuco south, and all of Argentina from Neuquen and Bahia Blanca south, with the Falklands, correctly positioned in the South Atlantic.
We can laminate this map, which will allow you to draw on it in whiteboard marker or apply map dots to locations of interest without permanently marking the map. The lamination also makes the map very durable and protects against tears and stains.
To laminate this map we have taken the folded map and flattened it out before encapsulating it in high-quality 80-micron laminate, so please be aware that there will still be slight fold lines visible.
Scale: 1:1,750,000 / 1:2,000,000
Size: 690 x 1000mm