Senegal may not offer the most landscapes in Africa, but it has unforgettable sites that will bring you a total change of scenery. Senegal boasts national parks, like that of the Djoudj, north of Saint-Louis, rich in birds of all kinds; the islands of the delta of the Saloum; the Casamance region where one gets lost with delight in a network of bolongs, in the mangroves. And for those who do not wish to get too tired, its pleasant beaches, lined with lush and varied vegetation, will completely seduce any weary traveller. One of the assets that makes this country particularly endearing is its cheerful, communicative and welcoming population.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Blaise Diass International Airport|
|DEPARTURE TIME||At least 2 hours after the flight.|
Day 1: Arrival in Dakar
Day 2: Discovery of Lac Rose
Day 3: Visit of Saint Louis
Day 4: Canoe trip in the Djoudj park or the Langue de Barbarie
Return to Saint Louis in the afternoon, for a walking tour of the old town, located on an island at the mouth of the Senegal River: the first city built in Black Africa by Europeans and the starting point for the expansion of French colonization; a city which has retained its old-fashioned charm.
Day 5: Carriage ride by the city of Saint Louis and bivouac in the Lompoul desert
Day 6: Stop in Wolofs and Serères villages
Day 7: Mangrove and the beautiful landscapes of the Saloum River
Day 8: Canoe tour of Fadiouth
Day 9: Visit to the Bandia Reserve
Departure for the visit of the Bandia reserve, with a variety of animal species that live in the wild. Created in 1990, the reserve is home to several local species such as gazelles, crocodiles, boars, buffaloes, monkeys, turtles, antelopes, birds… as well as animals from Niokolo Koba Park in Cameroon and the most important in South Africa: zebras, rhinoceros, giraffes, ostriches, etc. Continuation on to Dakar. Hotel accommodation, dinner and overnight stay.
Day 10: Gorée Island then end of stay
Return to Dakar and continue to the airport to take the return flight.