Around the resorts of Saly, La Somone and in the Sine Saloum Delta, there are many interesting sights to see, but to get a true impression of Senegal, and the real Africa, we also have a selection of organised tours. These will take you into the heart of traditional towns and villages, deep into the countryside and through stunning natural parks.
Travelling along diverse routes, using different forms of transport such as boats, 4x4’s, camels and even on foot, and staying in charming hotels, enchanting village camps, or sleeping under canvas beneath starry skies, sampling traditional, local cuisine, you will truly experience an unforgettable adventure.
From the capital, Dakar, to the natural beauty of the Pink Lake, the splendour of the old, colonial town of Saint-Louis, the magnificent scenery across the ochre dunes of the Lompoul Desert, the array of birdlife and wildlife in the Djoudj National Park and Niokolo Koba National Park, the colourful sights and sounds in typical villages and local markets, and so much more, there is a great deal to tempt and enthral you.
We offer a selection of 3 and 7 night private tours, which commence in Dakar and can be combined with an extended stay at the hotel of your choice in Saly, La Somone, the Sine Saloum Delta and even The Gambia.
The benefits of being on a private tour are numerous: you can choose when you stop to take photographs, you can explore and investigate the areas that interest you or you can ask your guide for extra information without worrying about holding up others.
Your tour price includes return flights, transfers, accommodation, all meals and excursions as detailed in the itinerary, local guides and an English speaking guide/driver who will accompany you throughout the whole of your tour.
"This is a land painted from an extraordinary palette. In a multi-stranded swing through Senegal I absorbed the pulsing energy of Dakar; the serene peace of the national parks; some of the finest beaches in West Africa; and glimpses into ancient ways of life.” Travel writer Martin Symington on participating in one of the new Senegal Experience Tours.