PANORAMA of SENEGAL 17 days
Complete program, running across the country. Visit of colonial cities like St Louis, extraordinary sites like Lake Rose. It combines the beautiful beaches of Cape Skiring with the visit of the traditional villages of Casamance, Saloum and the Bassari country. The path of a exotic landscape, under the gaze of a welcoming and smiling population.
Itinerary Day 1: Arrival Dakar, Night Day 2: Gorée Island-Rose Lake – Lompoul Desert, DP Day 3: Lompoul Desert – St Louis, DP Day 4: DJOUDJ Park – Gandiol, DP Day 5: Touba – Kaolack, DP Day 6: Kaolack – Kédougou, DP Day 7: Kedougou – Dindefelo , DP Day 8: Villages Bedik – Bandafassi, DP Day 9: Ethiolo – Mako, DP Day 10: Miners – Tambacounda, DP Day 11: Tambacounda – Ziguinchor, DP Day 12: Villages Jola – Carabane, DP Day 13: Ile de Carabane – Cap Skirring, DP Day 14: Djimbering – Cap Skirring, DP Day 15: Cap Skirring – Saloum, DP Day 16: Excursion by canoe on the River Saloum, PC Day 17: Joal Fadiouth-Departure
BB: Room + breakfast DP: room – Breakfast + one meal (diner) PC: room – breakfast + two meals
SERVICES included in-OUT transfers accommodation according to hotels, camps or lodges and plan mentioned on the air-conditioned vehicle program with fuel throughout the French speaking guide circuit (Driver-Guide for Group of 02 – 03 persons) All Excursions indicated in the programme visit of villages Bedik, Peul and Bassari, Jola and Serer crossing the Gambia River by ferry the costs of visits included in the circuit
Are not included international flight drinks during meals personal expenses tips
NB: The visit to Djoudj Park is between the beginning of November and the end of April. In the summer, it will be replaced by the Reserve of the barbaric language. In the country Bassari, note that the comfort level is average. For meteorological reasons (rains, floods in summer), some visits may be delayed or altered, trying to respect the program as much as possible. To be expected for this circuit: lightweight cotton clothing, long and short sleeves (provide a rain raincoat in summer) walking shoes, trekking sunscreen, sunglasses, towel and sandals, lantern cap and rechargeable batteries First Aid Kit anti-malaria treatment