Group Tours & Short Stays in Togo 

Like our tours in Ivory Coast, Togo, Benin and Ghana, we aim to give our clients a lifetime experience in Senegal. Senegal, not only one of the safest growing countries of the region, is a country of great diversity of interests! You will understand why Senegal is known as the Senegalese Teranga, which is characterised by making tourists feel welcome with smiles and kindness. In other words, Tourists are welcomed into families homes where they can be accommodated and share their meals. 
When you think of Senegal, think of beautiful beaches with its resorts, the desert of Lompoul (255 km), large trees, the historical traditions such as wrestling and curious traditions. 
The highlights in Senegal are: 
The Island of Gorée 
Le Lac Rose (The Pink Lake) 
The Centre of Decorative Arts in Thiès 
The Lompoul desert 
The Bandia reserve 

Lands of Teranga 

Dakar – Gorée – Lac Rose – Thiès – Mekhe – Lompoul – Bandia – Saly – Somone 
Head to Senegal for a guaranteed change of scenery. As soon as you arrive in Senegal, you will discover a great diversity of interests!  
Be ready, throughout this tour to be amazed by the kindness of the Senegalese and the authenticity of each city and tourist attraction. During your stay in the desert of Lampoul, you will spend a night in a tent. You will definitely come back home with beautiful pictures and memories that will stay with you forever!  
7 Days Tour 
7 Days Tour 
Price on request 


The itinerary can be modified 
Day 1: Arrival Dakar 
Arrive at Blaise DIAGNE de Diass airport, meet and greet and transfer to the hotel for the night. 
Day 2: Dakar – Gorée 
Start the day with a city tour before catching the ferry to Gorée. The panoramic sight while approaching the volcanic island is exceptional. The island is an island full of history because it was at the centre of the slave trade, located 4km off the coast of Dakar. The island is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Transfer back to Dakar for the night. 
Day 3: Dakar - Workshop 
Visit a pottery today, Potérie de Ouakam, and join a pottery class where you will learn everything about the craft. In the afternoon, learn how to create handmade rag dolls by visiting a handmade dolls workshop. 
Day 4: Dakar – Lac Rose – Thiès 
Drive to the Lac Rose (Pink Lake), start the day with a tour around the Lake. Make a stop to meet the people gathering salt. Get on board of the “salt board” for a short discovery salt gathering tour. After lunch, continue to Thiès and visit the art village of Thiès. 


Day 5: Thiès – Lalane – Mekhe – Desert de Lompoul 
This morning, visit the manufacture of decorative arts of Thiès before driving to Lalane for a visit the basketry workers. Continue your discovery trip to Mekhe, where you will meet the women of the women cooperative called GIE LAYOU BI. These women produce some of the most beautiful handwoven baskets and wall décor products in Senegal. Visit an artisanal shoemaking centre. Continue to Lompoul. Arrival and installation at the desert camp. 
Day 6: Lompoul Desert – Lompoul Mer – Bandia 
Start the day with the discovery of the fishing port of Lompoul where traditional fishing is the main activity. Meet the fishers from the coastal villages in motorised canoes getting on their work. 
Go on a 1.5-hour mini safari in the Bandia wildlife reserve. Discover many species of Senegal  
Day 7: Bandia – Airport 
In the morning, enjoy on a boat trip on the Somone Lagoon. Perfect occasion for relaxation or for bird watching. Transfer in the afternoon to the airport for your flight home. 

What's Included 

6 nights 3* 4* hotels or guesthouses  
Meals without drinks 
Touring with English-speaking guides 
Entrance fees at tourist sites 
Domestic transportation 
Half Board can be arranged 

Accommodation  We hand-picked each hotel you will stay in during your tour after inspecting them so that they are suitable for our clients. In some remote areas, the accommodations will only be a guesthouse or a small hotel. The list of hotels will be confirmed in your final itinerary. 

TENT LODGE - Lampoul Desert 
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