A tour that condenses the best Senegal can offer: nature, culture and relax at the beach on the magnificent beaches arranged along the Petite Cote, a coastal belt of very fine sand that stretches for about 100 km south of Dakar.
A distillation of history and styles, from the busy and lively capital, to the island of Gorèe with its “slave house”, to the pink lake, the final stop of the Paris-Dakar rally, and then reach the city of Saint Louis, which keeps a memory of French colonial domination. And finally return to the heart of the Petite Cote, where the Somone lagoon comes to life, a coastal recess separated from the Atlantic Ocean by a strip of sand where the calm, clear and crystalline water invites you to a total immersion in the peace of these areas, among mangroves, pelicans and flamingos.
Day 1 :
Outbound Flight/Dakar (DSS)
Day 2 :
Dakar/Goree Island/Pink Lake
Colonial buildings in pastel colours and the slave house on Gorée Island.
Day 3 :
Pink Lake/Saint Louis
The pink waters of Lake Retba, the final stage of the Paris-Dakar rally.
Day 4 :
The colonial town of Saint Louis, with its picturesque fishing district.
Day 5 :
Arrival on the beaches of the Petite Cote.
Day 6 :
Relax at the beach in Somone, a beautiful village between the lagoon and the ocean.
Day 7 :
The Senegalese capital with its colorful markets.
Day 8 :
Dakar (DSS)/Return Flight