Chad - Tourism, travel, and recreation





Visitors must have valid passports and visas, as well as evidence of a yellow fever vaccination. There were approximately 43,000 tourist arrivals in Chad in 2000. The country had 677 hotel rooms with 1,250 beds in that year. Most tourists are attracted by hunting and the Zakouma National Park.

In 2002, the US Department of State estimated the daily cost of staying in N'Djamena at $239. Daily expenses in smaller towns can be significantly lower, at about $50 per day.

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Jamie
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Jan 17, 2010 @ 10:10 am
I would've liked to see more about recreation.
But thanks anyways!
Marcel Cholewa
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Mar 25, 2010 @ 6:06 am
I like that country very much. Then i was there I felt good. The people and the country are so beaztiful. They are very friendly. I go every night out for celebrating with the people. The first day when I was there I get free drinks by a man I met 10 minutes ago. i thought tschad is a badplace but now i know it better . tasch is just amazing.

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