Senegal (Dakar, Saint Louis)
Take a tour of this former colonial capital of Senegal that still has the appearance of an old provincial town. Also, visit the Djoudj National Bird Park, considered one of the most important bird sanctuaries in the world, and the holy city of Touba.
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Day 1 Dakar – Saint-Louis
After breakfast, depart from Dakar and head to Saint Louis, recently famous for its annual Jazz Festival. En route, make a stop at Thies to visit the small colonial museum and the tapestry factory where you can buy unique designs.
We continue to Saint Louis and arriving in the afternoon for check-in at the hotel before lunch.
In the afternoon, explore the former colonial capital of Senegal and West Africa by a horse-drawn carriage or by your vehicle passing through the narrow streets to admire the colorful houses with wooden balconies and verandas.
We continue to Guet Ndar via the Faidherbe Bridge, which is located between the Atlantic Ocean and the west bank of Senegal River is the resident of the Lebou, a fisher tribe. Here the common daily activity is fishing; meet and interact with the fishermen and see how fish is transported to different destinations.
Meals included: No
DAY 2: SAINT LOUIS – DJOUDJ – DAKAR
After a refreshing night and a sumptuous breakfast, enjoy a scenic drive to the Djoudj National Bird Park (a UNESCO World Heritage site), which is one of the most recognized bird sanctuaries in the world. Enjoy a pirogue ride to a spectacular view of the many species of cormorants, pelicans, ducks, flamingos, various songbirds, and more. You may also see crocodiles, boas, boars, and other wildlife.
Return to Saint Louis for lunch and then head back to Dakar. Stop on the way to visit 1 or 2 villages. Transfer to your hotel or residence in Dakar. End of service
Meals included: Breakfast