Tailor Made Adventure Holidays and Group Tours in Chad

The enormous country of Chad has long been a blank on the map of Africa – but no more. We are proud to offer to trips to this most pioneering of destinations, a land that is as wild as it is beautiful, as untamed as it is graceful. Our group tours and tailor made holidays to Chad explore the breathtaking Ennedi and Tibesti Mountains, an area of breathtaking rock formations and Tubu nomads who rarely, if ever, see tourists. A land of rock arches, of surprising wildlife, and camel caravans traversing the sands, Chad’s allure is the fact that it is virtually unexplored and you are unlikely to see any other westerners outside of the capital. Chad is one of the least visited of all African countries, and our trips here take our travellers through a land almost completely untainted by the outside world – genuine encounters with local people are guaranteed. Camping in stunning locations, meeting fascinating ethnic groups and travelling through some of the most remote and unspoilt regions of the Sahara – Chad will steal your heart. This is not a destination for first time visitors to Africa, but for those prepared to endure a little hardship, nowhere can equal it.


Chad - Peaks of the Tibesti

Style: PioneerGroundbreaking tours to unique destinations
Duration: 21 days
Type: GroupSmall group tours with a maximum of 12 travellers

The Sahara's final frontier. Travel to the remote Tibesti Mountains in the north of Chad, to explore dramatic peaks, including the Sahara's highest mountain, and meet the Tubu people living here. This area has been out of bounds for a long time and harbours traditions that are unchanged since the grand days of the trans-Saharan trade - this is a unique opportunity to go where few have gone before.

Chad - Soul of the Sahara

Style: PioneerGroundbreaking tours to unique destinations
Duration: 17 days
Type: GroupSmall group tours with a maximum of 12 travellers

Travel through the wilds of Chad, spending time in the amazing Ennedi Mountains with their stunning rock formations, meeting Tubu nomads, passing traditional camel caravans and stopping at remote communities before reaching the Ounianga Lakes. An adventure like no other.