Physical map of Chad
Information about the geography of ChadChad is a landlocked country in north central Africa. The country's topography is generally flat, with the elevation gradually rising as one moves north and east away from Lake Chad. The highest point is Emi Koussi, rising above 3100 meters in the Tibesti Mountains. The Ennedi Plateau in the east complete the entity of a gradually sloping basin, which descends towards Lake Chad.
The capital is N'Djaména, located at the confluence of the Chari and Logone Rivers, which are Chad's two most important rivers. Permanent streams do not exist in northern or central Chad. Other important citis include Aozou, Faya, Fada, Koro Toro, Mao, Moundou and Sarh in the south.