Senegal is a cultural and natural magnet for international visitors. Indeed, the country is easily accessible by land, sea, and air due to its central location from the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and several African countries. There is plenty to explore and experience: the gastronomy, the vibrant traditional music, the wide river deltas rich with wildlife and the numerous monuments that shaped the history of the Senegalese people.


More reasons to choose Senegal for your next trip with Kamaroutes

  • Senegal is not only an amazing destination for tourism, but also a regional business hub, making it easy to mix business and leisure.

  • The country has great climate all year round with exceptional summers that run between November and July.
  • Wide, golden sand beaches are a common theme of Senegal’s coastline, particularly in Saly, La Somone and Casamance.

  • Fathala Wildlife Reserve is arguably the best and most famous place when you visit Senegal for wildlife encounters, home to many reintroduced species such as zebra and giraffe, all to be discovered amid a luxury safari setting.
  • From luxurious safari tents and beachside lodges, to 5-star hotels and peaceful hideaway bungalows, there’s a great range of choice when it comes to booking your preferred Senegal accommodation.

  • Senegal is historically connected to the slave trade and is home to some great historical sites and museums. Visit the world-renowned House of Slaves (Maison des Esclaves) and its Door of No Return, a museum and memorial to the victims of the Atlantic slave trade on Gorée Island


Popenguine & Touba

  • Located south of the capital Dakar, on the panhandle of the Cap-Vert Peninsula, the small town of Popenguine is the gateway to a beautiful medley of natural attractions. The main draw has to be its protected Natural Reserve, which boasts a clean and pretty boulder-peppered beach, nestled between two arid headlands of dramatic cliffs. The area also boasts the rugged rock walls of Cap de Naz, jutting out into the Atlantic, and a particularly famous lagoon, where nesting birds of all shapes and sizes draw crowds of spotters throughout the year.

  • The epicentre of the mystical Mouride order of the Sufis, Touba emerges from the rolling Sahel of central Senegal with its colossal Great Mosque, looming minarets, and countless other pilgrimage shrines and attractions. The town booms with visitors during the yearly Grand Magal, when thousands come to honour the social and Islamic programs of the Sufi scholar and teacher. The focal point is the majestic mosque, which is strictly run and has some gorgeous arabesque interiors and one soaring 87-meter-high minaret known as the Lamp Fall.

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