Cameroon

N17 is a dirt track road in Cameroon, with a length of 184km (114 miles) running from Ebolowa towards Kribi.

The road from Mamfe to Ekok is one of the most challenging roads running from Cameroon to Nigeria. It’s a remarkable road trip.

Ekok bridge is a continuous concrete box girder deck with six spans on the Cross river on the Cameroon-Nigeria border. It’s one of the most spectacular bridges in the world.

N 15 is a gravel road located in Central Cameroon with a length of 391 km. This track can get very muddy and slippery after rain making it challenging to get through. During and after a storm the road may be impassable, even with a four-wheel-drive vehicle.

P6 is a gravel road located in the East Province of Cameroon with a length of 221 km. In order to complete the drive you'll have to usea a ferry crossing by the Dja river.

The Ring Road, often referred to as National Road No. 11 (RN11), encircles the picturesque grassfields of Cameroon, making it one of the nation's most iconic scenic drives. This approximately 365 km (226 miles) long route links all the divisional headquarters of the North-West region, starting and ending in Bamenda, the regional capital. Along this drive, travelers can witness majestic mountains, serene crater lakes, and unique kingdoms known as Fondoms.