The Tibesti volcanic complex is situated mid way between the Lake Chad and the Gulf of Syrte in the Southern part of Libya and Northern part of Chad.
This region constitutes around 350-mile triangle in length. This region has seven volcanic mountains and is surrounded by plateaus and sandstone plains found in the central part of Sahara.
Lake Chad is becoming shallower than it used to be thousand of years ago. This lake is mainly fed by the river water that flows down from the highlands. It primarily depends on the water from Chari River. But from this lake, no river originates. Near the lake region, Papyrus grows in abundance. Vegetation in this area is swampy.
Lake Fitri is another fresh water lake in Chad. The lake is not very deep and its water level depends on the water received from seasonal rivers in Chad or from rainfall that is often irregular.
National Parks in Chad
In the national parks of Chad, one will get to see different animal species like gorillas, baboons, chimpanzees, leopards, buffaloes, rhinoceros and so on. Besides the national parks in Chad, tourists and nature lovers may also visit the protected forest areas and Wildlife reserves in the country.
Some of the most visited national parks of Chad are:
Musee National N’Djamena
Musee National N’Djamena was built in the year 1962. This museum in Chad is very popular among the local people as well to the tourists. It has a very rich collection that includes objects that have historical significances or those have great archaeological values. The collections of ethnographical objects are highly appreciated. The archive section of Musee National N’Djamena is worth visiting.