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Hiking and Trekking

Go trekking and hiking in faraway places, forests, savannah vegetation and waterfalls in the heart of fabulous landscapes. Bedik and Bassari, in “Fulani” land, offer a varied range of opportunities to meet the people and to go hiking and trekking on plateaus, hills, and valleys. A trip to Bassari land is an unforgettable experience for tourists who love to spend quiet moments with nature. This remote area lets you into another civilization and indigenous tribes that are directly and constantly...

Thies decorative arts factory

For over fifty years, Senegal’s decorative arts factories have been weaving several upmarket wall tapestries that are entirely handmade and produced in limited quantities. These can be seen in Royal and Presidential palaces, in international organizations, and in international traveling exhibitions.

Thies regional museum

The Fort in Thiès is located in the heart of town and on premises still in their initial state, as most of the buildings show. Apart from the museum, these premises host an under glass painting workshop and exhibition gallery. The museum is dedicated to the prehistoric and historic past of the region, and to its cultural and material activities.

Traditional wrestling

Traditional wrestling shows are one of the moments most deeply rooted in Senegalese culture. In Sine Saloum, these shows are primarily a festive occasion after the harvest, at the end of the rainy season. Amid the drumming, singing and dancing, and before the wresting bout actually begins, each wrestler performs elaborate mystical rites that are...

Safari à Bandia

The Savannah vegetation in Bandia offers visitors a wonderful opportunity to explore African wildlife. There is a lot to see: rhinos, monkeys, gazelles, ostriches, cape elk, zebras, hyenas, giraffes, crocodiles, a field of giant baobab trees and vines.

Hiking/touring with SUVs, quad, bikes, ATV, horses

There are single, family or group offers for hiking and/or touring on the Petite Côte. These include races for a few hours or raids over several days that offer you an enjoyable and thrilling experience in the heart of Senegal’s bushes, lagoons, mangroves, villages and the Baobab forest on La Petite Côte.

Water sports

There are beaches along the Petite Côte for swimming, sunbathing or water sports: catamaran, sailing, windsurfing, water skiing, sea biking, etc….

Golf

All across the 18-hole golf course at Saly, the player encounters bush, Savannah areas, rainforest, and sometimes century-old baobab trees in a landscape they can admire with a panoramic view from the African-style clubhouse.

Accrobaobab

Mbour’s majestic baobab forest is a wonderful playground for children and adults. Families, friends or lovers can act as Tarzan at Accrobaobab. It is a unique attraction in the world. There is a climbing course, with ropes over 25 meters high between baobab trees, a zip line of over 300m with difficulty levels for everyone. Above all, there is a truly impressive view on the Savannah at sunset for climbers who make it to the top of the century-old trees. Car or motorcycle rally fans and...

Safari

The Savannah vegetation in Bandia offers visitors a wonderful opportunity to explore African wildlife. There is a lot to see: rhinos, monkeys, gazelles, ostriches, cape elk, zebras, hyenas, giraffes, crocodiles, a field of giant baobab trees and vines.

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