Chad: A Tapestry of Deserts, Lakes, and Traditions

Chad, a landlocked country in North-Central Africa, is characterized by a diverse landscape that encompasses the Sahara Desert’s arid expanses, the stunning lakes of the Sahel region, and the lush valleys along the Chari River. With a rich cultural tapestry woven by numerous ethnic groups, Chad boasts a heritage influenced by centuries of trade and trans-Saharan connections. Despite facing challenges, Chad’s resilience and the warmth of its people contribute to the nation’s unique charm, making it a destination that blends natural wonders with a cultural mosaic waiting to be explored.

Join our group tour in Chad in September. Travel alongside a small and fun group of explorers! Highlights: N’Djamena, Chari-Baguirmi, nomadic Arabs and Gaoui.

A quick private tour through Chad. Highlights: Ngueli, Hajer Lamis desert and N’Djamena.

Map of Chad


Name: Republic of Chad
Capital: N’Djamena
Population: 18 million
Surface area: 1,200,000 km²
Language: Arabic and French
Neighbouring countries: Libya, Sudan, Central African Republic, Cameroon, Nigeria, Niger.

Highlights Chad


Embark on a cultural journey in the vibrant capital city, N’Djamena, where the National Museum showcases Chad’s archaeological treasures, art, and artifacts, providing a window into the nation’s rich history and diverse ethnic heritage.

Ennedi Region

The Ennedi Region in northeastern Chad is famous for its amazing rocks and beautiful scenery. It’s a big area with lots of cliffs, canyons, and caves. People like to go there for hiking, climbing, and exploring. The Ennedi Region is also home to many native communities who have lived there for a long time. They have interesting cultures connected to the land. If you visit Ennedi, you’ll see stunning landscapes and meet friendly nomads with unique traditions.

Tibesti Mountains

Travel around the dramatic landscapes of the Tibesti Mountains, witnessing towering peaks and volcanic craters that punctuate the skyline, providing adventurers with a rugged and breathtaking backdrop to explore Chad’s rugged frontier.

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