Chad visa requirements for Togoleses

Travel and visa requirements

Chadian Visa is not required for Togoleses

Stay Duration: 90 days

Entry Requirements

  • Togolese  intending to visit Chad can stay for a duration of 90 days without a visa.
  • Togolese intending to visit Chad must have a return/onward ticket.
  • Togolese intending to visit Chad are required to provide a passport with six months of validity and with atleast two blank pages for stamps on arrival and departure.
  • Togolese intending to visit Chad are required to provide a proof of hotel accommodation, as well as an international certificate of vaccination.
  • Togolese intending to visit Chad are allowed an unlimited foreign currency import as long as it’s declared on entry.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is the country called Chad?

Chad is bounded to the north by Libya, to the east by Sudan, to the west by Niger, Nigeria and Cameroon, and to the south by the Central African Republic. Because of this distance from the sea and the largely largely desert climate Chad is sometimes referred to as the "Dead Heart of Africa”

Is Chad a rich or poor country?
A former French colony, Chad has been independent since 1960.

What is Chad known for?
Lake Chad is the second largest in Africa and the largest in Chad . Emi Koussi is the highest peak. N'Djamena is the largest city and was known as Fort-Lamy. 200 ethnic groups reside in the country and Arabic and French are the national languages. The most heavily practiced religions are Christianity and Islam.

Is Chad currently at war?

The most recent Chadian Civil war began in December 2005. Since its independence from France in 1960, Chad has been swamped by the civil war between the Arab-Muslims of the north and the Sub-Saharan-Christians of the south. In 2003, conflict in the neighbouring Darfur region in Sudan leaked across the border into Chad.

What does the name Chad mean?

Chad is a masculine given name of Anglo-Saxon/Welsh origins. It in the  modernized form of the Old English given name Ceadda, influenced by the Welsh word cad meaning "battle". It is also a short form (hypocorism) of Charles and Chadwick. Until the 20th century, Chad was very rarely used as a given name.