a VirtualTourist member from Aberdeen asked on Jun 30, 2013
Is ramadan strictly observed in Chad? As a non-muslim, will it be difficult for me to get lunch, etc. during ramadan?
Muslims are concentrated in the north and east of chad, while Christians and animists generally live in the south of the country, so if you are worried about the effects of Ramadan visit the south.
Stewart, why do you want to visit Chad, most embassies inform us that parts of the country are quite dangerous!
I have to do some work in the capital N'Djamina, so I have no choice, but as I'm diabetic I like to know if I can eat when I want/need! Sounds like the capital might be quite OK?
Usually in the capitals there would be hotels that cater for non Muslims. I believe that the Muslims live in the north of the capital and many Christians live in the south of the capital although many Muslims have also started settling in the southern part.