PUT YOUR MEXICAN VILLAGE ON THE MAP!
This is my first cartoon map of a locale in Mexico. I've had numerous inquiries from Mexico, but none of them panned out until El Anclote came along. This one was a lot of work...many hours spent getting the details correct and authentic.
El Anclote is a small resort community located 28 miles northwest of Puerto Vallarta, on the Punta Mita Peninsula. It's a 45-minute drive from the airport in Puerto Vallarta. Popular with Americans and tourists in general, it boasts luxury real estate and resort accomodations. As you can see on the map, there's a row of great restaurants along the beach.
Because my map drawing schedule was so jammed, I turned down a tempting offer to come to El Anclote to research the project. This is one map trip that I wish I could have taken. I would have stayed in a 3,500 square foot luxury penthouse condo right on the beach in El Anclote while I was there. Bummer.
If you would like to talk to us about creating a cartoon map for your pueblo, village, resort, small town, large city, or small country, please contact us. We would love to work with you.
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Labels: cartoon maps, fun maps, illustrated maps, Mexico cartoon maps, resort maps
Bron Smith - 8:02 AM