An extension along Mauritania’s Atlantic coast, following the rhythm of the tides, between the sandy coast and the Imraguen fishing villages, where the women prepare and sell mullet roe, until you reach the Banc d’Arguin National Park, which gives refuge to thousands of migratory birds every year.
An ornithological paradise for birdwatchers, the Banc d’Arguin Natural Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is considered one of the most important bird sanctuaries in the world. An estimated two million migratory birds, including flamingos, pelicans, herons, cormorants and terns, winter on the park’s sandy islands and coastline, which stretches more than 200 km north from Cape Timiris. Two intense days of unspoilt nature, including marine excursions, nature walks and exciting sightings.
Nouakchott/Cap Tafarit (Banc d’Arguin)
The Banc d’Arguin park, an ornithological reserve to be discovered by sailing boat.
Cap Tafarit/Tessot/Nouamghar/Atlantic Coast
The Imraguen fishing villages and the sumptuous landscapes of the Atlantic coast, where the dunes plunge into the ocean.
The harbour of Nouakchott, with its bustle of multicoloured pirogues.