Africa - Senegal (PDF Chapter)
This is the Senegal chapter from Lonely Planet’s Africa guidebook.
Though it’s one of West Africa’s most stable countries, Senegal is far from dull. Whether you want to mingle with the trendsetters of urban Africa or be alone with your thoughts and the sounds of nature, you’ll find your place in Senegal.
- weave your way via tiny villages to Senegal’s best beaches on Cap Skirring and kick back for a day of doing absolutely nothing
- wander the cobblestone streets past colourful French colonial buildings in the Unesco World Heritage Site of Saint-Louis
- spend sleepless nights touring the vibrant nightclubs and bars of the capital, Dakar
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Dakar & around, Île de Gorée, Petite Côte & Siné-Saloum Delta, Mbour & Saly, Palmarin, Toubakouta & Missirah, Toubab Dialao, Northern Senegal, Saint-Louis, Parc National des Oiseaux du Djoudj, Tambacounda, Parc National de Niokolo-Koba, Casamance, Ziguinchor, Cap Skirring, Understand Senegal and Survival Guide.
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