When I was a kid, I sometimes thought about being an explorer. You know, sort of like the kid at the beginning of the movie “Up.” You know: Hacking through the untamed jungles of South America, searching for the source of the Amazon! Or something! And of course when I got a little older, I found that almost every place to explore had already been explored (to the point were nowadays people are doing the same thing they did 100 years ago, only making it deliberately difficult for themselves, like trekking solo to the South Pole or climbing Everest without oxygen or whatever). Now, of course, you can practically explore the whole planet without leaving your chair, including the streets of South American cities with the latest releases from Navitel:
NAVITEL® map coverage has extended: company announces the release of official navigation Latin America maps with online services “Navitel.Traffic”, “Navitel.SMS”, “Navitel.Events”, “Navitel.Weather” and “Dynamic POI” support on the territory of all countries!
10 new maps of Latin America release Q3 2012 are available to all Navitel users! Among them are Argentina, Belize, Costa Rica, Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama and Venezuela.
Maps of Latin America contain 1’447’737 km of road network, 268’004 cities and municipalities, 124’220 POI.
Residential and industrial city infrastructure with address search, detailed road network, streets and roads, roundabouts, lanes is included into all maps.
To buy new products, use Navitel web-site http://www.navitel.su/en/buy/ , App Store or Google. Play for appropriate platforms.
You live in Central or South America, or are thinking of taking a trip there? Maybe this is the kind of help you’ve been waiting for! (Well this, and smartphone app versions of the Lonely Planets guides or some such.) Surf on over and check them out and if you do, be sure to let us know what you think below!