New maps of Uganda

An exciting new range of full colour maps to Uganda has been published by Andrew Roberts, who also updated the 5th edition of Bradt Uganda (and is currently slaving away on the 6th edition).

These include a countrywide map to Uganda’s national parks, as well as dedicated maps to Bwindi, Queen Elizabeth, Murchison Falls and Fort Portal, and a soon to be published map of Jinja and surrounds – see the scans below!

The maps are self-published with a heading/logo ‘Uganda maps’ and should be available through Aristoc Book Shop, Banana Boat, various safari lodges, and whoever else gets themselves organised. Alternatively, contact Andrew at andrew@utonline.co.ug for further details.

uganda-map1

qenp-map

bwindi-map11

fort-portal-map

murchison-falls-map11

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6 thoughts on “New maps of Uganda

  1. Martin Roberts says:

    A fantastic achievement – I am about to print them and study them in detail in relation to my memories of all these places over the last 15 years

  2. Penny Churchill says:

    Should all aspiring cartographers do the London to Brighton cycle ride? Fantastic artwork supporting all the facts you could possibly need. Brill!

  3. sarah humphrey says:

    I love to “read maps” and good ones like these allow you to feel part of the countryside while sitting in the armchair at home. But they also, more importantly, make you really feel you want to get out there and explore. I hope I can do so soon. Well done to Andrew Roberts.

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