Senegal offers an incredible variety of breathtaking landscapes, as well as a fascinating culture. Desert, forests, waterfalls, beaches, wetlands and lively cities are just a few highlights.
Relatively unexplored, the south-eastern area is rich in wildlife and is still inhabited by animistic tribes. Dakar seduces us with its colours and music, St. Louis with its perfectly preserved colonial style buildings. Djoudj N.P., is one of the most important bird sanctuaries in the world, and the Gambia River, with its intricate mangrove forest.
Those seeking extra adrenaline will not be disappointed: whether it's tightrope walking in the Baobab Adventure Park, quad biking on the sand dunes or scuba diving in Saly, our trip has it all!
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