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Zakouma National Park, Chad, Africa. Zakouma National Park (French: Parc National Zakouma) is a national park, located between Sarh and Am Timan, in the south of Chad. Created in 1963, it was Chad's first national park, and has an area of 1,200 sq mi. Zakouma was neglected during the period of civil conflict, but a restoration programme, supported by the European Union, began in 1989. The fauna of the Park includes 44 species of large mammals, and many species of birds. (V)

Way off the tourist radar Chad tempts the adventurers of today to discover truly uncharted territory. Here’s why we reckon Chad should be next on your hit-list for an ultimate African adventure. Wildlife – Zakouma National Park is one…Read more ›

Lake Chad is an important sweet water lake in Chad which is a poor and landlocked country of North Africa. Lake Chad is a very large and shallow endorheic lake in Africa, the size of which has varied over the centuries. UNEP (United Nations Environment Program) had warned that almost 95% of the water of Lake Chad has been shrunk from 1963 to 1998, although there is a slight improvement in the recent years.

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db – The sweet waters of Lake Chad ~ Republic of Chad, Middle Africa [photo by John Scofield/National Geographic].

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Chad, Howie and I are going here in March for vacation  Garvan Gardens, Hot Springs, Arkansas

Garvan Woodland Gardens is a botanical garden located at 550 Arkridge Road, approximately 6 miles from Hot Springs National Park.