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Why Visit Chad?

Chad, a landlocked country in North Central Africa, is known for its vast and rugged landscapes. Covering around 1.3 million square kilometers, it ranks as the fifth largest nation on the continent. The Sahara Desert blankets the north, while the Sahelian region in the south offers more hospitable conditions for agriculture and human habitation.

Chad’s history is marked by ancient empires, including the Kanem-Bornu and the Ouaddai Sultanate. It gained independence from French colonial rule in 1960. Despite its enormous size, Chad faces challenges related to political stability, poverty, and regional conflicts.