Chad National Parks

In Chad, there are a total of 22 protected areas that play a crucial role in conserving the country’s biodiversity. Among these protected areas, there are 4 national parks in Chad, encompassing significant land areas dedicated to preserving unique ecosystems and endangered species. In addition to the national parks, there are 9 wildlife reserves established to protect and maintain populations of wild animals, as well as a hunting reserve that allows controlled and sustainable hunting under specific regulations. These protected areas contribute to wildlife conservation, the safeguarding of natural habitats, and the promotion of ecotourism.

There are also 6 Ramsar sites that have been designated in Chad for their importance in wetland conservation and associated biological diversity. These sites cover an extensive area of approximately 12,405,068 hectares, equivalent to about 124,050 km². Wetlands are valuable ecosystems that provide vital habitats for a wide variety of plant and animal species, including migratory waterbirds. The designation of these Ramsar sites in Chad underscores the importance of preserving these valuable ecosystems and promoting their sustainable use for the benefit of both nature and local communities.