Kempinski Hotel N'Djamena

Address: Quartier Diguel Est, N'Djamena, B.P. 6473, Chad | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel is located on Quartier Diguel Est, N'Djamena.
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      Travel Blogs from N'Djamena

      Chad Yay!

      A travel blog entry by kal4620 on Apr 04, 2014

      ... Did you know the Garden Route takes 5 days to explore the whole thing. First we went Ostrich riding. Yes Ostrich riding which was scary since I've already got a phobia of horse riding. Then we went bungy jumping and It was an adrenaline rush but it hurt my bones. Chad was fun but it's time to go and head to ...

      Lagos, Nigeria (DNMM) to N'Djamena, Chad (FTTJ)

      A travel blog entry by worldmaddog on Nov 05, 2013

      8 photos

      Next step in the Round the World tour sees us depart Lagos, *****ia...largest city in Africa! A very gloomy, humid day, saw another 737 arrive from Windhoek as we were preparing for the 700 odd nm flight North East to Chad.

      We took off, very turbulent until about 19000ft, by the time we reached top of climb most of the weather was behind us and we had clear skies and zero winds just about all the way to Chad.
      We ...

      Wild, Wonderful Chad

      A travel blog entry by solarmoxie on Oct 26, 2009

      3 comments, 8 photos

      ... California where I grew up, which means that when it's windy, visibility is virtually nil. People treat the habitual sandstorms like most people do rain, in that all business stops & everyone retreats into whatever shelter is around until it's over.

      Chad is an Arabic nation, & therefore strictly Muslim (unlike the loose Muslim cultures I've been used to from the coastal countries). All women are required to wear head wraps at all times, ...

      Crossing the Chari river-Ndjamena-capital of Chad

      A travel blog entry by tom-of-boracay on Nov 29, 2008

      5 photos

      Crossing the Chari river on the border bridge on foot, after making friends with the Cameroon immigration police, I arrive at the Chadian border post, and here it is African bureaucrazy at its best, stamps, registration with the security department, and 2000 CFA, around 3 euros, under the table money! N'djamena is not really prepared for backpackers, and to find a reasonably priced accomodation is really time consuming, since most of the foreigners here are ...

      It's the"Extreme North" of Cameroon, by train/bus

      A travel blog entry by tom-of-boracay on Nov 29, 2008

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... the final stop, the city started to progress only after 1974, the year that the railway started to come here from Yaounde.There is a pleasant climate here at 1400m.The most important building is the Lamido's palace, a historical place where the local prince still lives in a terracotta palace, together with his 7 wifes and 31 children..he is 47 only!My next destination is Garoua, the capital of the Northern Province, with a population of nearly ...