Ecuador $44.95

Rated 3.79 out of 5 based on 39 customer ratings
(39 customer reviews)



GPS Map of Ecuador.

This GPS map will give you turn by turn directions to your destination using a POI (point of interest), city point and/or latitude and longitude with the ability to preplan driving destinations before getting into your car. Includes thousands of POI’s such as hotels, restaurants, fuel stations, and more. The easy to follow instructions allow you to download and install the map into Garmin Basecamp desktop software and transfer it to your Garmin GPS in minutes. Compatible with ALL Garmin GPS units. Don’t pay more than US$10 per day when you already own a Garmin; this is the most comprehensive GPS map available at such an affordable price!
* Map updates require previous purchase and installation of map.

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39 reviews for Ecuador

Enzo Pallette
Ecuador MapsnWe downloaded all the information and followed the instructions to install the maps. When we got to Ecuador it never worked.
September 02, 2016
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Zachary Cline
Ecuador Map-Very Poor ExperiencenI had a trip to Ecuador coming up and I purchased the Ecuador GPS Map from Travel Maps. I rented a car in Quito and tried to use the map numerous times, and it would not work. Major cities, such as Banos, would not even show up on the map. When typing in an address, the map would not recognize it. When trying to type in coordinates, the map would not recognize it. This is by far the worst map product I have ever used. I am extremely disappointed as I have wasted $45.
May 10, 2016
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Brian Otway
Ecuador gpsnStill haven't received package leaving soon
January 29, 2016
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Maria H
Helpfull but far from perfectnSometimes wrong suggestions or suggestions through villages while there is a better and faster way.

Street of our (small) hotel in Guayaquil was not on the map, also no streets in the neighborhoud of the hotel.

We used the garmin map together with downloads of on smartphone. Advantage of garmin is that you can see the curvings of the road on the screen.
December 27, 2017
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Needs improvementnGenerally reliable but sometimes not up to date. Some important functions missing.
September 09, 2015
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John Shea
SD card sizesnHave not used map yet....please remind users that mini SD card resides "inside" regular SD card.

Prevents some panic and questions when product arrives and it won't fit into GPS slot.


December 08, 2013
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Lorne Wicks
Ecuador MapnJust got back from a 14 day driving tour of Ecuador. First off I wouldn't want to try it with out it. That said it will get you lost particularly in out of the way areas. It also will try to get you to go the wrong way on one way streets in the cities. Get as good paper maps as you can too back it up.
November 28, 2013
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M Ryan Frederick
Useful, but not very good.nThe maps are useful and accurate, but the navigation is frequently incorrect in the cities of Ecuador. Especially in Guayaquil, I often found myself being led down roads that did not exist or were one-way. Typically, I found it easier to use the map view and navigate myself. My GPS is a Garmin Nuvi.
November 20, 2013
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Johnny Killebrew
GPS map fof EcuadornI just purchased the software in preparation for a three week visit to Cuenca, Ecuador. The download instructions were not intuitive and took me several attempts to download the files. Further, the install instructions were a bit complicated and I'm not sure that I was completely successful in getting the software installed on my Garmin so I will have to wait until I am in Cuenca to see if the software actually works satisfactorily.
September 26, 2013
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Atacames-CumbayanAfter installation the first location I looked up was in Atacames, EC where I live. Understandably, the detail was lacking for such a small beach town and there were some graphical errors. (one of my military specialties was map draftsman).

Then I looked up a Cumbaya location near Quito and found it, but only because I had used an internet map to find it a few weeks before and knew where to look. It remains to be seen how well it functions when I get back. Ecuadorian road signs may tell of a major intersection ahead, but when you get to it there is seldom a street sign. It is a learning experience.
September 14, 2013
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