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 Visit of the Ennedi Nature Reserve 10 days
Visit of the Ennedi Nature Reserve 10 days
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from: $1,692

Just try to imagine a wild landscape dotted with sand dunes, jagged sandstone formations of the most bizarre shapes, rock arches and hidden caves and you have begun to understand. Now imagine also such an incredible place with practically no tourism. We are in the Ennedi the last Saharan paradise, yet to be explored.

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N'DJAMENA - Gaoui village and the Sao civilization
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from: $93

Gaoui is a village located about 10 km north-east. of N'Djamena Known to be the capital of Sao civilization, The village is the only one to house the vestiges of the Sao people civilization. In its museum, it is possible to observe finds recovered during the archaeological excavations of the Sao civilization and more recent finds used by the Kotoko ethnic group, currently present in the village and in a part of Chad

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N'DJAMENA - 4x4 car rental with driver
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from: $128

car rental service with driver starting from the airport or from your hotel the service includes the vehicle available throughout the day

TIBESTI - Fly and Drive
TIBESTI - Fly and Drive
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from: $12,226

We offer an exclusive and unique experience of traveling in Tibesti driving a 4x4 vehicle, for safety reasons a second vehicle with support functions is required, the second vehicle is included in the tour price.

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N'DJAMENA The Elephant-Dandi rock and Doughia tourist resort
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from: $164

One of the places of interest that can be visited with a one-day excursion starting from N'djamena, it will be possible to admire the rock formation called the Elephant rock and the contiguous village, a stop at the Doughia tourist station on the banks of the river is included. Chari

SAFARI - Zakouma National Park
SAFARI - Zakouma National Park
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from: $2,729

A National Park still suitable for visitors, you can enjoy almost exclusive visits thanks to the limited number of travelers who can visit. Numerous Giraffes and antelopes, numerous lions, elephants easily spotted from the end of February, buffaloes, crocodiles ... a park rich in birds, a park to be discovered. N.B. the Park is open from November 15th until at least April 15th

SAHARA - Tibesti
SAHARA - Tibesti
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from: $5,458

The wild mountains of the Tibesti massif, represent a master for the most hardened Saharan travelers, for years a destination but difficult to reach due to wars and rebellions, it has become a viable destination if accompanied by good local guides who know the territory and population. , the mythical ethnic group of the Tubu. For hikers and mountaineers it offers superb destinations in majestic fossil volcanoes such as the ascent of the Emi Koussi, and the descent into the Trou au Natron caldera

SAHARA - Fly and Drive Ennedi
SAHARA - Fly and Drive Ennedi
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from: $7,095

Visiting the fantastic Chadian desert without depriving oneself of the pleasure of driving for true passionate travelers and connoisseurs of the Saharan deserts. A trip outside the organized tourist groups to enjoy exclusive sensations and experiences You will certainly be the main protagonist of your travel experience A unique opportunity because only our agency currently provides this service in Chad

10-Day Small-Group Zakouma National Park Safari from Ndjamena
10-Day Small-Group Zakouma National Park Safari from Ndjamena
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from: $4,649

A small-group safari to the stunning Zakouma National Park. Taking in incredible wildlife, including all of the 'Big Five', this destination is one of the best safari destinations in Africa. Night drives offer the chance of seeing rare species such as serval, caracal and pale fox. The largest herd of elephant on the continent, a small population of rhino and extraordinary birdlife are all great reasons to visit. All of this is offered at a fantastic price.

ETNIE - Traditional Gerewol dances
ETNIE - Traditional Gerewol dances
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from: $1,791

Meetings with the Wodaabe clans also known as M'Bororo or Bororo Peul ethnic group Attend the traditional dance of Wodaabe nomadic shepherds at Gerewool The visit of N'djamena and the handicraft village of Gaoui From 15 October to 15 May the program may vary according to the movements of the nomads. Unworkable from May 15th to August 15th due to the rainy season

About Chad

Africa Chad is a landlocked country in Central Africa. It is bordered by Libya to the north, Sudan to the east, the Central African Republic to the south, Cameroon and Nigeria to the southwest, and Niger to the west. The capital of Chad is N'Djamena. The population of Chad is estimated to be around 15 million people. The official language is French, but Arabic and over 120 indigenous languages are also spoken. The majority of the population is Muslim, with a small Christian minority. The economy of Chad is largely based on agriculture, with cotton, livestock, and oil being the main exports. The country is also rich in natural resources, including uranium, gold, and oil.

History of Chad

Africa Chad is a landlocked country in Central Africa. It is bordered by Libya to the north, Sudan to the east, the Central African Republic to the south, Cameroon and Nigeria to the southwest, and Niger to the west. The capital of Chad is N'Djamena. The population of Chad is estimated to be around 15 million people. The official language is French, but Arabic and over 120 indigenous languages are also spoken. The majority of the population is Muslim, with a small Christian minority. The economy of Chad is largely based on agriculture, with cotton, livestock, and oil being the main exports. The country is also rich in natural resources, including uranium, gold, and oil.

Things to do in Chad

Africa Chad is a landlocked country in Central Africa. It is bordered by Libya to the north, Sudan to the east, the Central African Republic to the south, Cameroon and Nigeria to the southwest, and Niger to the west. The capital of Chad is N'Djamena. The population of Chad is estimated to be around 15 million people. The official language is French, but Arabic and over 120 indigenous languages are also spoken. The majority of the population is Muslim, with a small Christian minority. The economy of Chad is largely based on agriculture, with cotton, livestock, and oil being the main exports. The country is also rich in natural resources, including uranium, gold, and oil.

Is Chad Family Friendly?

Africa Chad is a landlocked country in Central Africa. It is bordered by Libya to the north, Sudan to the east, the Central African Republic to the south, Cameroon and Nigeria to the southwest, and Niger to the west. The capital of Chad is N'Djamena. The population of Chad is estimated to be around 15 million people. The official language is French, but Arabic and over 120 indigenous languages are also spoken. The majority of the population is Muslim, with a small Christian minority. The economy of Chad is largely based on agriculture, with cotton, livestock, and oil being the main exports. The country is also rich in natural resources, including uranium, gold, and oil.
Does Chad have Lodging or Hotels?
Africa Chad is a landlocked country in Central Africa. It is bordered by Libya to the north, Sudan to the east, the Central African Republic to the south, Cameroon and Nigeria to the southwest, and Niger to the west. The capital of Chad is N'Djamena. The population of Chad is estimated to be around 15 million people. The official language is French, but Arabic and over 120 indigenous languages are also spoken. The majority of the population is Muslim, with a small Christian minority. The economy of Chad is largely based on agriculture, with cotton, livestock, and oil being the main exports. The country is also rich in natural resources, including uranium, gold, and oil.

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