Pocket atlas of Africa published by ITM.
There are three possible routes to traverse Africa top to bottom. From the east, the only route is via Egypt and Sudan to Ethiopia and East Africa. The route through Algeria, known as the Hoggar (or Haager) route is next, with the route through Morocco to West Africa third.
This atlas portrays the western route via Tangier, Morocco, Mauritania, Senegal, Mali and Ghana, through the Congo to Uganda, and then south over a variety of options to Namibia and South Africa.
The advantage of this route is that it avoids the conflict-ridden countries but we do have to caution that all routes through Africa contain risks. Routes are not well-developed and are subject to disruption.
Scale 1:3,400,000 (1 cm = 34 km).
Roads by classification, UNESCO World Heritage, National Parks, Hotels, Point of interest, Airports, Tourist information, Hospitals, Shopping centre, Lake, River, Golf course, museums, and much more.