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Saint Louis & Parc de Djoudj | 2 Days 1 Night

DAY 1: DAKAR - SAINT-LOUIS (About 270km / 04:30 am)

On the way to Saint-Louis, a historic city, the former capital of French West Africa. Lunch at Le Flamingo restaurant which has a breathtaking view of the famous Faidherbe Bridge.

In the afternoon visit the old town listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, ride in traditional horse-drawn carriages and discover the preserved monuments of the colonial city: the Faidherbe Bridge, the colonial houses, the Town Hall, the Cathedral from Saint-Louis, the airmail views of the Museum and Guet Ndar fishermen's district.

Installation, dinner and overnight at La Poste hotel.

DAY 2: SAINT LOUIS - DJOUDJ PARK - DAKAR (About 370 km / 05:30 am)

In the morning, visit the Djoudj ornithological park. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is the first water point after crossing the Sahara for migratory birds: cormorants, pelicans, whistling ducks, fishing eagles ... but also crocodiles, monitor lizards, warthogs and jackals are present. About 350 species are referenced there. Visit in a dugout canoe through the backwaters. Lunch at the park restaurant and return to Dakar at the end of the afternoon.

PRICES IN EUROS PER PERSON (Prices given as an indication and subject to change without notice)

1prs .       2prs.       3prs +.       5prs. +

580€       360 €      280€         280€


Cancellation Fees

D-7 to D-3: 25%
D-2 at no show: 50%


  • Accommodation in the hotels mentioned or similar.

  • Full board (from lunch on Day 1 to lunch on day 2).

  • Vehicle with fuel, driver and guide or driver / guide depending on the number of people. All costs of the guide and / or driver.

  • All the excursions mentioned and visiting rights.

Not included

  • Drinks, water, personal expenses, New Years Eve and tips.



  • Guide speaking French or English, other languages ​​on request.

  • Djoudj park is closed from the end of May to the beginning of October. The excursion can be replaced by another in the Guembeul reserve.

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