Experience the delta of Saloum the forest of the ocean
- Search for natural, cultural and historical authenticity - Meet people - Relaxation and rest in a natural setting - To discover, to know and to acquire a positive experience - Contributing to the preservation of the natural and cultural heritage
HIGHLIGHTS OF TRAVEL
- Biosphere Reserve (1981) - Wetlands of International Importance (1984 Ramsar Site) - The Delta of Saloum and its vestiges of more than two millennia of human occupation are inscribed on the list of World Heritage of Unesco (2011) - Allowed in the Club of the Most Beautiful Bays of the World (2005) - The Community Nature Reserve - Variety and diversity of ecosystems and areas of observation: savannah and aquatic environment - The fabulous mangrove ecosystem - Forests of baobabs - Easy access to observation areas - Abundant and easy to see aquatic and terrestrial fauna - One of the biggest ornithological sites in Africa - The Biosphere Reserve is home to the Saloum Delta National Park - Ecological trail in Bamboung - Calm, insulation and natural beauty of the site - Possibility of seaside activity (bathing supervised) - Free ride in canoe kayak in the bolongs - It benefits greatly from the sun and sea air - Hiking without difficulty - Location of accommodation in the middle of nature (Keur Bamboung) on the banks of the bolong allowing easy access to the observation areas - Meetings and exchanges with local populations - Indigenous populations in hospitals - Discover local products: restoration, crafts - Discover traditional socio-economic activities such as fishing, gathering etc. - Discover traditional local architecture - Historic, Religious and Sacred Sites - Discovery of archaeological sites (clumps of shells) - dynamic and informative guides
Dakar, capital of Senegal and former capital of French West Africa, is built on a magnificent site, the Cape Verde peninsula, backed by the Atlantic Ocean and bounded by two headlands: the North, the Almadies with east beaches Ngor, Yoff and Cambérène. Its location at the western end of Africa has encouraged the first settlers, and trade with the New World, and gives it a unique position at the intersection of African and European cultures. A beauty legacy infrastructure of the colonial era - the harbor, the railway station, town hall, the Kermel market, the Chamber of Commerce, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Presidential Palace, the National Assembly, the museum Théodore Monod African art in Dakar, the Cathedral of African Remembrance, the famous Sandaga market in neo-Sudanese architecture - were added newer buildings and attraction sites such as the great mosque, the Gate of the Third Millennium and craft village Soumbédioune. the Magdalen Islands, the two hills Udders, the mysterious island of Teunguène are among other attractions to discover Dakar.
A green Africa postcards with orchards, deep forests and vast beaches, Casamance region is a very special Senegal. Dense forests, beaches lined with coconut trees Cape Skirring in Abene, its islands, mangrove and mangrove forests, its mysterious villages and rice fields are as many prestigious hotel chains have settled. The people of Casamance have managed to preserve their originality and traditions.
With its villages built on piles of shells and beaches, the Small Coast is the tourist region of the country. It covers almost 70 km southeast of Dakar, between Rufisque and Joal Fadiouth. A still calm sea, protected by the Cape Verde peninsula that attenuates the effects of sea breezes, a succession of beaches interspersed with picturesque fishing villages but also baobab forests, an ever-present sun, this is the table that offer visitors the vision Mbodiène villages, Joal-Fadiouth, Joal Finio Pointe Sarene Yenne, Toubab Diallaw, Ndayane, Popenguine, Somone, etc.
Real end of the world, the region of Eastern Senegal is certainly the richest in surprises and scenery of Senegal. It's a little urbanized region, Africa such as one can dream. This is the only hilly area of the country with its stunning scenery, beautiful wildlife and ethnic traditions still well anchored.
Ramsar site in 1984 for the importance of its wetlands, World Heritage in 2011 and the title of Biosphere Reserve by Unesco in 1980, 2005 also admitted in the Club of the Most Beautiful Bays of the World , the Saloum delta is one of the most beautiful natural areas of Senegal. It is a vast territory between land and sea, where hundreds of islands and islets covered with small savannas, mangroves or mangrove, is one of the richest ecosystems in Africa. We meet many mammals and many species of birds. Marine life is also abundant.
In addition to a society whose lifestyles and conviviality are so unique, Saint-Louis is a treasure trove of infrastructures and buildings, witnesses to the glorious history of this former capital of French West Africa. Located on an island in the delta of the Senegal River, the city of Saint-Louis or the majestic "African Venice" is classified in the world heritage list by Unesco. Its natural parks, its charming beaches and its famous fishing district of Guet-Ndar also make the destination Saint-Louis a great attraction of Senegal.
Cap Marniane, a certain idea of paradise in the islands of Saloum
- Search for natural and cultural authenticity - Meet people - Relaxation and rest in a natural setting - To discover, to know and to acquire a positive experience - Contributing to the preservation of the natural and cultural heritage
HIGHLIGHTS OF TRAVEL
- Biosphere Reserve (1981) - Wetlands of International Importance (1984 Ramsar Site) - The Delta of Saloum and its vestiges of more than two millennia of human occupation are inscribed on the list of World Heritage of Unesco (2011) - Allowed in the Club of the Most Beautiful Bays of the World (2005) - A beautiful landscape of savannah, mangroves, roniers and baobabs - Close observation of birds and the fabulous mangrove ecosystem - Calm, insulation and natural beauty of the site - Between sea and land, an environment of great ecological wealth - Location of accommodation in the middle of nature on the banks of the bolong - Possibility of seaside activity (bathing supervised) - Free ride in canoe kayak in the bolongs - It benefits greatly from the sun and sea air - Hiking without difficulty - Traditional African Villages, Authentic Cultures - The African bush - Colorful and eventful market - Discover traditional local architecture - Welcoming and Welcoming Indigenous Peoples - Ethnic diversity - Meetings and exchanges with local populations - Cultural event: Yippi dance - Mysticism and local belief - Historic, Religious and Sacred Sites - Discovery of the traditional daily and socio-economic activities of the populations - Discover local products: restoration, crafts - dynamic and informative guides