What to do in Senegal?

Senegal, officially the Republic of Senegal, is Africa’s westernmost country. Bordered by Mauritania in the north, Mali to the east, Guinea to the southeast, and Guinea-Bissau to the southwest. It boasts of natural and cultural attractions to make it attractive to an international audience. The buzz surrounding the Senegalese music scene is justified, with mbalax dance music particularly popular and influential internationally. Street markets in the main towns, overlooked by the minarets of attractive old mosques, remain among top attractions in Senegal. The bustling cities and small towns are ideal spots to get to know the local culture,sample senegalese cuisine and shop like a native. The wide river deltas rich in wildlife provide a welcome alternative for visitors seeking to escape city life and discover the country's natural charms.

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Discover Senegal - 7 Days
Discover Senegal - 7 DaysStarting at $ 2095 per person
Although Senegal has a lot to offer, you could easily spend your entire stay taking in the sights and sounds of bustling Dakar, the country’s capital and gateway to West Africa. But don’t be tempted, as there are more interesting sites than your time will allow. Get away from Dakar and see some of Senegal’s gems such as Pink Lake etc
    The Best of Senegal - 8 Days
    The Best of Senegal - 8 DaysStarting at $ 2275 per person
    Start and end in Dakar! With the in-depth cultural tour The Best of Senegal, you have an 8 day tour package taking you through Dakar, Senegal and 10 other destinations in Senegal. The Best of Senegal includes accommodation in a hotel as well as an expert guide, meals, transport and more
      Authentic Cultural Experience of Senegal,6 Days
      Authentic Cultural Experience of Senegal,6 DaysStarting at $3690 per person
      Experience the Authentic Culture of Senegal on this 6 Day tour. Highlights of this tour includes; the African Renaissance Monument, Goree Island, Pink Lake, Kaolack, Touba, Ndagane, Saly and many more.

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