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The country's capital, N'Djamena, is situated around 0.1 kilometres to the north of N'Djamena.
Don't just watch sport on the television, feel it, experience it and live it at Stade Nacional! Located 2 kilometres away in N'Djamena, it's a great place to get your fix whether you choose to cheer for the home or away team.
Head over to Camp of the Martyrs and discover what there is to see. If you've got time, pick up a bite to eat and continue onwards to Great King Faisal Mosque.
If your littlest travellers need to get away from sightseeing for a while, why not treat them to a relaxed day of bird watching or wildlife watching?
Planning your own holiday itinerary is fun, but sometimes it's a welcome relief to let somebody else make the decisions. Wildlife spotting tours and wildlife safaris offer a simple way to get to know the region.
Whether you're splashing in it, floating on top of it or whizzing across it, not much beats spending time around the water. You can have a go at various watersports here, including swimming and canoeing.
Walk through the doors of the region's history museums and soak up everything that they have to offer.
If you ask residents about places to go in the surrounding area, you'll most likely be directed to the lovely open-air markets.
Find out about the area's secrets by visiting some of the nearby old towns. If a tour guide isn't available, do a little of your own research.
Tantalise your taste buds and fill your Instagram with appetising images by tucking into some of the area's most delectable food and drink offerings. Just don't forget to hashtag 'yum'!
A standard meal here often includes sugarcanes and yams, two regularly used ingredients for which this part of the world is famous for serving up.
Are you searching for an iconic N'Djamena dining experience? There are some signature dishes to watch out for, such as stuffed squash and grilled lamb.
Take advantage of your transit time by learning a handful of expressions in the local tongue. You'll be glad you learnt 'Je m'appelle ...', which means 'my name is..'. Another one to commit to memory is 'Je viens de ...', meaning 'I am from..'.
There's bound to be some excitement in the air leading up to the 11th of August. The locals will be preparing for Independence Day, a day of nation-wide celebrations.
You may be poor in Central African francs when it's time for your trip to end, but you'll be rich in extraordinary experiences. "À plus tard" N'Djamena!
Like to know where the closest airport is? Well, it's N'Djamena International Airport (NDJ) and it's 4 kilometres to the west.
Before you get too excited thinking about the amazing adventures to come, you've gotta lock in that N'Djamena hotel. While there are no less than 5 hotels waiting patiently for you on lastminute.com.au, it's better to be safe than sorry! It's the national capital after all!
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