Saharan Chad

Saharan Chad, Chad
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by David Stanley from Nanaimo, Canada
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Attractions

Hotels

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Tours & Activities

Climate & Best time to visit Saharan Chad

Climate in Chad:

Best time to visit Saharan Chad:

Dry Season (November to February): This period is considered the dry season, and it's the most favorable time for tourism. The weather is cooler and drier, making it ideal for outdoor activities such as desert adventures, cultural experiences, and wildlife viewing in national parks like Zakouma National Park.

Hot Season (March to May): As the dry season transitions into the hot season, temperatures begin to rise significantly. This time can be challenging due to extreme heat, especially in the northern desert regions.

Wet Season (June to October): Chad experiences its rainy season during these months. While the rainfall varies across regions, it can make travel more difficult due to muddy roads and certain areas being less accessible. However, the landscape becomes greener, and some desert regions might be in bloom.

Money & Prices

Currency in Chad:

Central African CFA franc (XAF)

How expensive is a trip to Saharan Chad?

Eating out:
Simple meal:
2.94 USD
Fast food meal:
4.35 USD
Mid-range meal:
9.63 USD
Bottle of water:
0.32 USD
Soft drink:
0.48 USD
Cappuccino:
1.77 USD
Local Beer:
1.79 USD
Transportation:
Public transport - one way ticket:
0.32 USD
Taxi - 1km:
0.63 USD
Accommodation:
Refer to the Hotels section for the most up-to-date accommodation prices.
* Prices are approximate. Make sure to check the latest exchange rates when planning your trip.

General information

Chad general information:

Electricity:
Voltage: 220 V, Frequency: 50 Hz
Sockets:
  • Type C (European 2-pin)
  • Type E (French 2-pin)
  • Type F (German 2-pin, side clip earth)

Visa & Travel Requirements

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