Kempinski Hotel N'Djamena

Address: Quartier Diguel Est, N'Djamena, 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

        Flight to Lake Chad

        A travel blog entry by davenros on Dec 23, 2014

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        TEAM workers needed to return to their work at Bol, so we were invited along for the ride. This plane was used the previous day to fly the President - a first for our friend the pilot. 34 years ago I spent Christmas in a town in *****, not far from Lake Chad. What a privilege to actually see the lake, all these years ...

        A country ablaze with orange lights at night

        A travel blog entry by davenros on Dec 18, 2014

        6 photos

        A newish suburb, where we had adventures like climbing over the wall because the gate lock was broken, played in a park, watched the kids at soccer and horse riding, interacted with people of many nationalities, and got a much deeper feel for life in this part of the ...

        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 ...

        Grand mosque (N'Djamena, Chad)

        A travel blog entry by camilo9015 on Mar 24, 2010

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        One of the most striking buildings in the
        citycentre is the Grande Mosquee. From far you can see the high
        minarets, so this mosque is an important landmark to find your way in

        Chad has about 7,5 million inhabitants. most of them are muslims

        Wild, Wonderful Chad

        A travel blog entry by solarmoxie on Oct 26, 2009

        3 comments, 8 photos

        Chad is like nowhere I've ever been ~ it's so different from both West & East Africa it's amazing... while there are similarities, of course, like the food, drink & lack of resources, Central Africa is really like the movies & shows you see on TV: camels sauntering around in the blazing sun, & virtually no vegetation in the midst of sandstorms & dust showers. The sand is so fine, it gets into literally everything ~ much finer than the beaches ...