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Dance and drum camp in Senegal

Country: Senegal
Next travel date: on demand
Size of group: private group tour, from 6 participants

Prices and info

Program fee:1450 EUR/ pax
Single person supplement: 100 EUR/ pax
Program fee includes: inland travel with rented minibus, driver, fuel and road taxes; accommodation in African style lodges; full board 3-9. days; half board on 1. and 10. days, breakfast and lunch/or dinner during the tour; entrance fees to parks; full pass for the camp; costs of all programs detailed in the itinerary ; salary of cooker and local guides; guiding.
Program fee does not include: international flight ticket, drinks, additional programs NOT included in the program, and insurance.
Malarone pill is suggested to prevent Malaria disease.
Yellow fever vaccination is not obligatory.
Introducing Senegal
The slogen of Senegal is Teranga. Teranga is a wolof word and it means hospitality which is very true for Senegal and it is something you will experience in every moment during your stay in this amazing West-African country. Senegal is a stabile, peaceful and diverse country with good infrastructure, great gastronomy and low-risk of health issues. You do not even need any obligatory vaccination to travel to Senegal.
Couched between the arid desert lands in Northern Senegal and lush tropical forests in the south, this country boasts a stunning array of sights, sounds and flavours. The capital Dakar alone hands you the country in a capsule. Perched on the tip of a beach-lined peninsula, this dizzying city is composed elegance and street hustle all rolled into one. The busy streets, vibrant markets and glittering nightlife will easily draw you into their relentless rhythm, but the escape route is always open – be it to the meditative calm of the historical Île de Gorée or the golden sands of Yoff and N’Gor. And if Dakar’s sensory overload really gets too much, architecturally beautiful Saint-Louis, the first French settlement in West Africa, boasts a vibrant urban culture without the inner-city bustle.
Most visitors head to Senegal for its beaches, and for good reason. North and south of Dakar, wide strips of white sand invite swimming and sunbathing, whether in the built-up resort zones, where a lazy day at the beach can be followed by a cocktail trail at night, or in one of the coast’s charming fishing villages, the beaches of which are dotted with hundreds of colourful wooden pirogues. At the deltas of the Casamance and Saloum Rivers, the coastline is broken up into a maze of thick mangroves, tiny creeks, wide lagoons and shimmering plains. A pirogue trip through these striking zones reveals hundreds of bird species, from the gleaming wings of tiny kingfishers to the proud poise of pink flamingos. Whether you want to mingle with the trendsetters of urban Africa, or be alone with your thoughts and the sounds of nature – Senegal is the place to be.
Dakar is a world hub and gateway to the wider subregion
5-hours away from Europe
Cultural hub of the black world (IFAN Dakar, Fesman)
International Festivals (St Louis Jazz, Dakar Biennale Arts Festival)
Many World Heritage Sites: Goree, Djoudj Bird Sanctuary
Long tradition of openness and hospitality
Low prevalence of HIV / AIDS (0.7%)
Political Stability
One of the sunniest countries in the world
Many sites of exceptional beauty (Grande Côte, Casamance, Petite Côte ..)
700 km of coastline
3000 hours of sunshine annually
Superb beaches
Variety of landscapes: beaches, mangroves, rivers
Wealth of biodiversity
6 national parks
4 nature reserves
Wilderness: The Pink Lake, Dindifélo Falls, Bassari land
Safari activities
Fishing, bird watching, hunting
Strong cultural activity
Music and performing arts (drama, dance)
Historic Heritage: colonial capital St. Louis, Goree (Slave) Island, Art nouveau civic monuments in Dakar enclaves of French architecture from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries
Geological and prehistoric sites
Wealth of traditions: traditional games and sports such as Laamb (wrestling) and traditional rituals such as Sabar (dance drumming)
Vibrant arts scene: painting, sculpture, crafts, design

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