Senegal Photos: 14 Amazing Images of Senegal in Africa
These beautiful images of Africa's Senegal will make you want to visit it NOW!
| Published: March 7, 2018 3:52 PM IST
Published: March 7, 2018 3:52 PM IST | Updated: March 7, 2018 3:52 PM IST
Africa is a highly underrated tourist destination. The fact is that it is full of marvelous places which are every traveler’s dream. One of the countries in Africa which cannot be missed is Senegal. Located on the west coast of Africa, Senegal is known for its French colonial architecture and some beautiful beaches. The capital city of Dakar has a vibrant nightlife scene and some magnificent buildings worth checking out. The people of Senegal are friendly and the culture here is as intriguing as it gets. (ALSO SEE Kruger National Park Photos: Stunning Pictures of Animals in South African Game Reserve will Tempt Every Wildlife Lover) Here are some amazing Senegal photos that will tempt you to add it to your bucket list.
Coast of Dakar, the capital and largest city of Senegal
Paradise beach with beach chairs, umbrellas in West Africa’s Senegal
Mosque of the Divinity at sunset in Dakar, Senegal
Exterior of Touba Mosque, center of Mouridism and Cheikh Amadou Bamba burial place in Touba, Senegal
Slavery fortress on Goree island, Dakar, Senegal
Unidentified Diola women in national colored clothes and headscarves performing traditional Essipati dance in Kaschouane village
The Gambia River in Niokolo-Koba National Park in Senegal, West Africa
Unidentified Senegalese man in colored clothes walks in front of the cart in Saint Louis, one of the major cities in Senegal
Wild boars in the Djoudj National Bird Sanctuary, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Senegal
Pelican in the Djoudj National Bird Sanctuary in Senegal
Ile de Goree Island, one of the earliest European settlements in Western Africa, Dakar, Senegal
Local fishermen moor their canoes on the beach in Saint Louis du Senegal
Panoramic view of Ile de Goree Island in Senegal
Aerial view of the city of Dakar, Senegal, by the coast of the Atlantic city
So, add Senegal to your bucket list and check it out ASAP.