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Senegal itineraries

"Senegal is located on the West Coast of Africa and is a popular country to visit for people seeking culture."oneworld365.org
"Senegal is expensive compared to many other African countries, particularly in relation to East Africa."travelwithallsenses.com
"Senegal is located on the West Coast of Africa and is a popular country to visit for people seeking culture and a country relatively untouched by tourism."oneworld365.org
"Senegal is the only recognised country in Africa that borders Gambia."dontstopliving.net
"Senegal is underrated as a tourist destination, I beleive."travelwithallsenses.com
"Senegal is doorgaans vrij veilig, maar wij waren er 1 week voor de verkiezingen waardoor er in Dakar wel een grimmige sfeer hing."worldwidewendy.be

Senegal location

Western Africa

Located

Land borders

Gambia

Guinea

Guinea-Bissau

Mali

Mauritania

Senegal at a glance

CFA Franc BCEAO (XOF)

Currency

French

Language

Average (3 of 5)

Level of costs

None (3 of 5)

Tourism trend change

Safe (58 / 100)

Safety index

Underdeveloped (51 / 100)

Human development index

Best itineraries

This itinerary proceeds through Western Asia, more precisely Turkey, and it is a roundtrip from Dakar. Most popular part is Istanbul (see itineraries).
The itinerary visits mainly very big cities. Do you like museums? Then you will enjoy
Istanbul and Ankara. If you love to make party you will be happy at Istanbul. For in Turkey it is possible to request the visa on arrival. These flight connections are taken during this route: Dakar - Istanbul (see itineraries) and Ankara - Dakar. During your travel you have to speak Turkish. English should be enough for communication everywhere. You can pay with Lira everywhere.
At Senegal (Western Africa) you will begin your route. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
you can take a bath in
Dakar, Cap Skirring and Saly. You find a lot of museums, theaters and galleries at Dakar. The climate is warm. You can pay with CFA Franc BCEAO everywhere. During your travel you have to speak French. English should be enough for communication everywhere.

Things to do

What To See In Goree

This island which measures 900 meters by 350 meters is enjoyable and easy to explore. We hired a local guide to take us around the

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16 – Discover the world of ornithology

In case you’re not well-versed in the subject, ornithology is the study of birds, and Senegal is a true paradise for bird lovers.

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Places to visit in Senegal: The North – Saint Louis

Those who’re interested in the history of this country should drive north to take in Saint Louis. The former capital of French Wes

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Eat & drink

Food And Drink:

Senegalese food usually consists of rice and fish prepared in slightly different ways. These dishes are going to be the cheapest a

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Food and restaurants in Senegal

Food in Senegal is still strongly influenced by colonial times and therefore by the French. That means that combinations of fish o

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Where To Eat

I ate my meals at the hotel. While I enjoyed these meals, I also viewed them as being overpriced. Breakfast at the hotel was not i

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General

Senegal Travel - A New Experience / Backpacking through Senegal

During our Senegal travel, we experienced the country super colourful and vivid. Children are very cute, constantly screaming they

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Senegal Travel – A New Experience

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Costs

22 – Budget

Traveling in Africa is never cheap. Tourist services and nice restaurants are usually expensive. Private transport isn’t cheap, ei

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Accommodation

Hotel Du Palais

We spent our first two nights here. It is a two-story hotel in the center of town in a walkable area. While the hotel it dated, it

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Hotel Mermoz

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26 – Where to stay?

Luxurious hotels with pools, wooden huts in front of the sea, charming family houses or ugly rooms with damp walls – in Senegal, y

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