The endless road, taking half a year to reach the last point

Pan-American (Americas) is arguably the longest route on Earth, traversing a variety of terrains and unique cultures.

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Pan-American (Americas)
On the thousands-kilometer journey to discover the beauty along Pan-American Boulevard, visitors will visit 14 different countries, including the United States, Canada, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama. , Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Argentina. Photo: Flickr.
Pan-American (Americas)
The road moves north to south. Located near the Arctic Ocean, when exploring the vast Deadhorse land, visitors can admire a lot of wildlife. Photo: Goal Zero
Pan-American (Americas)
Expressway includes both official and unofficial parts. The official part runs from Nuevo Laredo (Mexico) to Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina. The rest are unofficial sections, stretching both north and south. Photo: Mental Floss.
Pan-American (Americas)
During the half-year journey of conquering the long distance, you will enjoy many typical climates and admire a variety of landscapes, including the Arctic tundra, rainforest, mountains, steppe, arid desert, and tropical jungle. Visitors can easily meet the reindeer, squirrels and small swans on both sides of the road. Photo: Passion Passport.
Pan-American (Americas)
The route in Costa Rica is one of the leading dangerous stages, challenging the driver firmly. On this road, you will have to overcome "Summit of Death" at an altitude of 3,335 m. This is the highest point of Pan-American Boulevard in Central America. Therefore, this route attracts many adventurous believers and backpacking enthusiasts. Photo: Somanyhorses.
Pan-American (Americas)
It is difficult to ride the entire 40,000 km route because the highway is not seamless but is interrupted twice by the Panama Canal and Darien Gap. Located on the border of Panama and Colombia, Darien Gap is a swamp region of more than 96 km. This place is considered a land no one dared to set foot. Photo: Travel + Leisure.
Pan-American (Americas)
From Yaviza (Panama) to Turbo (Colombia), visitors won't have asphalted roads to go because the construction here is considered too expensive. The only way to cross this land is to take a ferry from Panama to Colombia or Ecuador and then round to Pan-American Boulevard and continue the journey. In Ecuador, the highway passes through the capital of Quito at an altitude of 2,850 m. From there, the road goes south to Peru, running along Highway 1 and connecting major coastal cities, including the capital of Lima.
Pan-American (Americas)
Pan-American (Americas)
Pan-American Express is recognized by Guinness as the longest road in the world with a length of 48,000 km. Starting from the frozen Prudhoe Bay of Alaska, USA, the route extends south to Ushuaia, the capital of Argentina's Tiera del Fuego province. Photo: Funlifecrisis.

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