3 days tour – Chad

Welcome to our 3-day tour to Chad, where we will take you on an unforgettable journey through some of the most breathtaking natural landscapes and historical sites the country has to offer. We will explore Ngueli at the Cameroon border. Travel to the desert to Hajer Lamis, encountering nomadic life near Lake Chad and see the iconic Elephant Rock. We will also Explore N’Djamena’s highlights like the Cathedral & Great Mosque. Lastly, we will go to Koundoul to meet nomadic Arabs and explore the Chari River.

CultureRoad Travel
1 person: EUR 1895 1895
2 persons: EUR 1695 1695
3 days tour - Chad

General info

Days3 days / 2 nights
Best travel timeWhole year
Price€ 1895 (1 person)
€ 1696 (2 persons)
Transportation on the ground
Local guide
Visa support
Entry fees
ExcludingInternational flights
Lunch & Dinner
Tips for the guide
Personal expenses
This offer is covered by the STO Garant guarantee. You can find the conditions for this guarantee scheme on STO Garant’s website.


Day 1 – N’Djamena – Ngueli

  • Arrival in N’Djamena, the capital of Chad with an airport pick up.
  • Drive to Ngueli, at the border with Cameroon.
  • Highlight: Enjoy the surroundings of the Walliya district at the Logone river.
  • Return to N’Djamena.
  • Overnight stay in N’Djamena

Day 2 – N‘Djamena – Hajer Lamis – Douguiya

  • We leave N’Djamena and cross the desert plains to Hajer Lamis. This area is close to Lake Chad and a spot were many nomads are.
  • Highlight: Upon arrival you’ll see Elephant Rock, a big stone mass in the form of an elephant!
  • Drive to Douguiya, an old hunting camp next to the Chari river.
  • Overnight stay in N’Djamena.

Day 3 – N’Djamena – Koundoul – Gaoui

  • In the morning we’ll start our city tour of N’Djamena, highlights include: the Cathedral, Great Mosque and the artisanal center.
  • We visit the National Museum.
  • Drive to the Chari-Baguirmi region, South-East of N’Djamena.
  • Meet the nomadic Arabs in Koundoul.
  • Visit to the Chari River.
  • Check out the valuable collection of the Sarh culture dating back to the 9th century.
  • Highlight: In the afternoon we continue to Gaoui. This village is said to have been the capital of Sao Civilization (a race of giants in local folklore), it is known for its traditional architecture and pottery made by local women.
  • Airport drop off for evening flights out of N’Djamena.