Telegraph.co.uk - Nigel Tisdall
On the coast of west Africa, Senegal is emerging as a new option for winter sun. It's a Francophone place, well known for its vibrant music, with easygoing beach resorts and a dry season from December to April.
29 December 2009
Telegraph.co.uk - Francesca Hoyles
Disenchanted with run-of-the-mill winter-sun destinations, Francesca Hoyles opts for splendid isolation – and bird life – in Gambia and Senegal.
11 November 2009
The Times - Tony Dawe
The West African country renowned for its wildlife is now easier to reach.
21 October 2009
Timesonline - Alex Spence
The French and Portuguese left their mark but this is Africa through and through - wildlife, wild music and winter sun.
14 October 2009
Wanderlust magazine - Martin Symington
The haunting departure point for thousands of West African slaves, today Senegal is blessed with a thumping music scene, beautiful beaches and bird-rich national parks.
And finally British travellers are getting in on the secret, says Martin Symington.
01 October 2009
The Travel Channel - Petra Shepherd
"I’d highly recommend Senegal...travellers will find welcoming people, numerous resorts, incredible beaches and a blossoming tourism industry."
05 August 2009
The Sunday Express - Jane Labous
JANE LABOUS combines sunbathing at a Gambian resort with a 4x4 tour exploring the coast of neighbouring Senegal and visiting deserted islands.
10 May 2009
Chester Chronicle - Dave Goodban
Dave Goodban discovers there is more to Senegal than picturesque beaches and luxurious hotels as he sets out on an intrepid adventure visiting coastal villages, a nature reserve and the historic island of Goree.
09 April 2009
Cloud Nine Magazine - James O'Donnell
Senegal - a unique winter sun retreat away from the masses, ideal for a cultural break off the beaten track or just lazing under a tropical sun on pristine beaches free from the mass-market throng.
28 January 2009
Express & Star - Andy Richardson
Andy Richardson samples luxury hotels, an off road buggy adventure, African wildlife and local culture.
20 January 2009