Senegal is one of the most popular tourist destinations in West Africa, with two vibrant cultural centers in Dakar and Saint Louis.The Niokolo-Koba National Park, the Oiseaux du Djoudj National Park, and the Bandia Game Reserve are just a few of Senegal’s many different wildlife park.
Senegal has plenty of assets to ensure the growth of the tourism industry, it is Europe’s closest seaside destination, having a sun that shines nearly all year round, parks and reserves, natural sites of great beauty, a great wealth of fauna and flora, 700 km of fine sandy beaches from north to south, and, most importantly, a friendly population.
Consequences: a steady increase in the number of tourists interested in exploring the deep country, encountering local habits and customs, and engaging in cultural dialogue.
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With a Budget of 900,000cfa get a taste of West Africa as you explore Senegal’s, Museums in Dakar,Ngor,Goree,Saly,Pink Lake, Desert of Lompoul and 6 paper guides (22 October 2022 –28 October 2022).
Harmattan brings swirling dust clouds, a constant haze, and a scratchy throat, so bring plenty of water – and moisturizer! However, this is far more comfortable than the June-October rains, when temperatures reach the low to mid 30°Cs and humidity is oppressive. Senegal is best visited between November and March, when the desert regions can be surprisingly cool at night. During this time, the drier north around Dakar averages around 26°C, while the lusher south averages in the low 30s. Migratory birds are also attracted. Travel just before the rains start for warmer beach weather, or in May for the renowned Saint Louis Jazz Festival.
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