General Information about Chad
Chad which got it's name from Lake Chad, the fourth largest lake in Africa, is a landlocked country found in north-central Africa and is bordered by Niger, Libya, Sudan, Central African Republic, Cameroon and Nigeria. The official languages are French and Arabic which are spoken by approximately 10,238,807 people.
Chad's capital N'Djamena is a great place to visit with the Central Market brimming with Chadian jewellery ansd rugs and the National Museum which has artifacts from as far back as the ninth century. Lake Chad is also a highlight and is best seen between August and December when the water level is at it's highest.
Find Out About The Climate In Chad
Chad usually experiences a tropical climate with railfall occurring mostly between May and October in the town of Moundou and Sarh and between June and September in its capital N'Djamena. The annual rainfall is much less in the northern regions. December through to February are the best months to visit with average temperatures of 35 degrees, while from March onwards it starts to heat up with average tempertures of 38+ degrees.
Geographical Information On Chad
Chad's town of Abeche is another major city and is situated 2,650 kilometres from the Red Sea while the small town of Faya Largeau in the north can be found in the centre of the Sahara Desert approximately 1,550 kilometres from the Mediterranean Sea. The total measurement of Chad is 1,284 square kilometres. The flag of Chad is Blue, Yellow and Red, the blue stands for hope and sky, yellow is for the sun and red is for the unity of the nation.
Learn About The Economy In Chad
Chad's economy ranks in one of the world's 10 poorest countries although it's economy is now 46.4 percent free and ranked in 36 out of 40 countries in sub-Saharan Africa regions. Over 80 percent of the country's workforce is employed in the agriculture industy with the main produces being cotton, herding and fishing.
Guesthouses in Chad
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Hotels in Chad
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