From Cape Town, South Africa, to Magadan, Russia, it is considered the longest motorable road globally at 22,387 kilometers. The path formed within the continents of Europe, Asia and Africa.
No train, bus or car needs to cross this street. There are bridges over the rivers, so you don’t need a plane or boat. If one walks eight hours a day, it will take five hundred and eighty-seven days to complete this journey, and one hundred and ninety-four days if one walks without a break.
Climbing up and down Mount Everest thirteen times would be the length of this trek.
The traveller crossed seventeen countries and six time zones and experienced changing seasons. Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania, Uganda, South Sudan, Sudan, Georgia, Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Turkey, Romania and Belarus are the countries that travellers would pass through during their trip.
If a traveller wishes to trek to Russia from South Africa, the journey will begin in L’Agulhas, a coastal town in South Africa. After that comes Zimbabwe, this country is famous for wildlife so one can see many wild animals on his way.
Crossing this country would be both exciting and challenging. Then comes Zambia; while travelling this country, the traveller would pass through Uganda National Park. After Zambia came to Sudan, the traveller crossed some parts of the Sahara after entering Sudan.
There are no better roads to get from Sudan to Egypt, so the traveller must go by the streets of the Jordan after Jordan comes to Israel, Syria, Turkey and Georgia. After crossing Georgia, the traveller has to finally walk along Siberia’s roads to reach Russia.