Chad is a destination that will amaze adventurous souls. The dunes and the prehistoric vestiges of the Tibesti desert are of surprising beauty and extend from north to south of the country. Chad is a relatively flat country and its landscapes oscillate between the steppe and the savannah; in the south, vegetation is more abundant, especially thanks to the presence of tropical forests. Easy the destination is not, but honestly, those who love the unique and wild places will love this adventure in the heart of the African continent. Look what this place has for you!
As a refreshing source of life for the wildlife of a part of the Sahara desert, this is what the fabulous Guelta d ‘Archei looks like in Chad. The gueltas are a kind of oasis typical of the deserts, although its definition refers more precisely to a natural water basin in the form of wells or lakes that can be temporary, seasonal or permanent, in this case, it is a permanent one fed by groundwater. Guelta d’Archei is the plateau of Ennedi, the desert of the Sahara, in the northeast of the Republic of Chad, south-east of the city of Fada (Africa).
What’s more mythical for the Saharan traveler than the Emi Koussi and the Tibesti massif? This region is open again for our greatest happiness. The highest point of the Sahara, the Emi Koussi (3415m) is undoubtedly part of the most beautiful Saharan landscapes. His ascent and the visit to this region of extreme beauty give way to an intense emotion. Nothing is forgotten, encounters, landscapes, cultures. If you add to the unique geological power of this place, the meeting of the Toubous, the discovery of many prehistoric sites, the lakes of Ounianga Kebir, the oases of Gouro and Faya-Largeau.
The Ounianga Lakes are a series of 18 lakes in the Sahara desert, in north-eastern Chad, located in a basin between the Tibesti massifs to the west, and Ennedi, to the east. The name of the lake group is derived from the name of a nearby town. The lakes are in a hot and hyper-arid desert that has a rainfall of fewer than 2 millimeters per year. Located between the Tibesti and the Ennedi, these large bodies of water are an anomaly in the desert. See this mythical place as it is worth seeing!
The Zakouma National Park is situated on an immense plain, traversed from north to south by the Bahr Salamat River and its tributaries. There, travelers can only contemplate what remains of the wildlife, as poachers have done away with the ecological balance of the region. You can’t find any problem In the Zakouma National Park because they have a permit. But remember and don’t break the lay by of the local communities and do not take photos while visiting a village, or the market around Zakouma. You will understand our joy of rediscovering this region after a so long wait.