Senegal Beaches

From $1000.00

With fine golden sand making up most of Senegal’s 330 miles (531 km) of Atlantic coastline, Senegal is a beach lover’s paradise. Bordering vibrant cities, lazy fishing villages, verdant deltas and dune-filled deserts, Senegal’s beaches are as diverse as the country itself. From endless expanses to hidden coves, the country’s sandy offerings are tailor-made for all types of beachgoer. So, whether unwinding, drinking, eating or water sports is at the top of your list, Senegal has the beach for you.


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  • Airport Transfers
  • Accommodation
  • Breakfast

Itinerary


Plage des Mamelles

Day 1 : Plage Des Mamelles

Tucked away down a dirt track behind the Mamelles roundabout, this short stretch of golden sand is a stunning hideaway sandwiched between the Phare des Mamelles (Mamelles Lighthouse) and the endless ocean. The main draw, though, is the small collection of beach bars, which give Plage des Mamelles its distinctive feel. Think mellow reggae, ice-cold beers and a laid-back atmosphere under the cliffs. With its handmade decorations, lazy seating (hammocks or car seats dug into the sand) and convivial host, Chez Max is the undisputed king of the three and a great place to watch the sun disappear into the horizon after a long day.

  • Meal :

    Breakfast included

  • Guide : Guide Senegel
  • Transportation :

    Hotel Car

Ile de Ngor

Day 2 : Ile De Ngor

Connected by a labyrinth of cobbled streets, each beach offers up parasols, sunbeds and the most beautiful crystal blue water around Dakar. Throw in a host of water-based activities (surfing, fishing, diving) and a smattering of local restaurants, serving up locally caught fare and cold beers, and Ile de Ngor is the perfect one-stop-shop. The best beach to while away a day in Dakar.

  • Meal :

    Breakfast included

  • Guide : Guide Senegel
  • Transportation :

    Hotel Car

Popenguine

Day 3 : Popenguine

Stretching from the outskirts of Dakar to the Sine-Saloum Delta, the ‘Small Coast’ (as opposed to the ‘Grande-Côte’ between Dakar and Saint-Louis in the north), is a string of fishing villages and small towns that share the same endless sandy haven. However, each locale offers up something new, such as the arts and crafts in Toubab Dialao and the oyster-filled lagoon of Somone, but the winner may well be Popenguine. A pilgrimage spot for Senegal’s Catholics, Popenguine boasts perhaps the best restaurant on the Petite-Côte: L’Echo Côtier. Think white table cloths, exquisite seafood, fantastic wines and a private deck, all nestled above a wide-open beach with lapping Atlantic waves.

  • Meal :

    Breakfast included

  • Guide : Guide Senegel
  • Transportation :

    Hotel car

Departure Day

Day 4 : Departure Day

End of tour.

Have a safe flight!

  • Meal :

    Breakfast included

  • Guide : Guide Senegel
  • Transportation :

    Hotel Car