There are many, many choices for this one, across genres too. A lot of authors make the choice to include a map to make it easier on the reader to follow along with where places are in relation to each other.
I just finished Percy Jackson #4, The Battle of the Labyrinth, and am reading #5, The Last Olympian, and both books had maps in the beginning of them, so both would work for this prompt. I also just started Throne of Glass by Sarah J Maas which has a map.
I used a nonfiction book Into Thin Air, by Jon Krakauer, for this prompt. He climbed Mount Everest and was part of the 1996 disaster. He relates what he experiences. He included a map so you know where all of the various camps are, where people were found, etc. It was a really good book.
Because there are so many books with maps, there are multiple lists out there to help with this prompt. I feel like almost every book that I’ve picked up this year has fit this prompt. Especially fantasy books.
The Goodreads group for Popsugar has created a great list for books with maps. There are so many books on my #tbr that are on this list. I feel like this is one of the easiest prompts of the challenge.