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Bandia Nature Reserve

A nature reserve off the coast of Senegal, very easy to access from Dakar, a couple of hours drive, only 65 kilometers, but it always takes longer when the road is not good and everyone drives as if they were the only ones there. We arrived at the entrance of the park pretty early in the morning, it is best to see the animals because in the heat of the day they prefer to be in a shade and hide from the light. We got into a great vehicle for 10 people, with a driver/guide who knows where the animals, giraffes, birds, baobabs etc are in a protected natural area of ​​3500 hectares. Some animals are from Senegal, others have been brought from East Africa, which is quite similar to the other coast of Africa.

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Safari in Senegal

Whoever believes that the safaris are inevitably expensive and in Kenya, Tanzania and South Africa, think again. In Senegal, in the city of Mbour, this is a nature reserve. While it does not have the big 3: lions, hippos, elephants, there is a big variety of wildlife that justifies your visit. Maybe I got lucky, but I saw monkeys, a monitor lizard, ostrich, wild boar fagoceros, giraffes, zebras, hyenas, a herd of buffalo, onyx, gazelles, crocodiles, and in the middle of the track, a rhino made us turn back. The book is full of acacias, and ceiba baobas. If you go, it is best to rent the tour with

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