Chad offers great potential for Saharan tourism due to its landlocked nature, including a wealth of outstanding natural and cultural heritage. Most areas have remained underexploited due to the nation’s geographical remoteness and poor transportation infrastructure. The major area of desert tourism in Chad is the Borkou-Ennedi-Tibesti (BET) region.
Tourism in Chad is a relatively small and minor industry. The Chad government is taking great strides towards the growth and diversification of the country’s travel products, improving infrastructure and travel accommodation, as well as investing in programs to attract tourists. The country has been present at different tourism exhibitions and had outstanding visibility at the African Fare in Paris in April 2013 with the French president participating in the event.
National Tourist Board Office
The Tourist Board office in Chad is the one-stop place for information and formalities on where to stay and what to do while in Chad as a tourist.
Tourism in Chad has been summarized to include the following;