Chad is a landlocked country located in Central Africa, resulting in a border shared with multiple neighbors. To the north lies Libya, while Niger and Nigeria border the west. Cameroon and Central African Republic make up the southern border, and Sudan the entirety of the east.
Geographical Zones of Chad
Chad’s geographical range contains three zones: the Sahara Desert to the north, followed by the central semiarid Sahel belt, which phases into the more fertile area in the south, home to Lake Chad and the Logone and Chari rivers that flow into its waters. Also to the south rests Chad’s capital, N’Djamena, the country’s most populous city.