1. Traditional Boat Tour to Bird Islands in Fatick, Senegal
  2. Traditional Boat Tour to Bird Islands in Fatick, Senegal
  3. Traditional Boat Tour to Bird Islands in Fatick, Senegal

Traditional Boat Tour to Bird Islands in Fatick, Senegal

Enjoy the most wonderful fishing with your loved ones or friends by boat! Rent this 7 people "Martha" traditional boat in Fatick, Senegal. Rate as low as €30 per person for a minimum booking of 3 people. Rates: Bird Islands/Bolong of Fossemou/Island of Mar Lodj (half day) • 6-8 person: €15 per person • 5 person: €20 per person • 4 person: €26 per person • 3 person: €30 per person Palmarin's Bolongs / Saltwell (half day) • 4 person: €26 per person • 3 person: €30 per person • 2 person: €38 per person • 6-8 person: €15 per person Devil's Island - Mar Wandie - Fossemou (full day) • 4 person: €30 per person • 3 person: €40 per person • 2 person: 4€45 per person Mar Lodj - Djifer - Falia (full day) • 5 person: €40 per person • 4 person: €45 per person • 3 person: €50 per person (Picnic and drinks included) In the Saloum Mangrove (half day) • 4 person: €15 per person Joal - Fadiouth / Baobab tour of Sambamdia (half day) • 4 person: €23 per person Fadima dior / djilor / fimela / simal • 4 person: €23 per person • 2 person: €31 per person Charette walkYayem / Fimela / Djilor • 2 person: €10 per person Bivouacs from the departure of Ndangane campement For 2 days (a night in Saloum all inclusive) • 5 people: €100 per person • 6 people: €90 per person • 8 people: €85 per person • 10 people: €80 per person For 3 days (in Saloum all inclusive) • 4 people: €230 per person • 5 people: €215 per person • 6 people: €200 per person • 8 people: €190 per person Beyond 10 people, kindly contact us. What You Can Expect: Paradise on your fingertips, come and enjoy the Island of Saloum! Our Bivouacs Day 1 Departure from Ndangane at 9:00, direction Mar Lodj, it is a typical Serer village turned to fishing agriculture linked with livestock or Christians and Muslims live in perfect harmony. Lunch break on an island serving bathing, nap after we take direction Djifer, one of the largest artisanal fishing ports with the visit of a fish smoker then we take the canoe direction of the island of Dionewar, to spend the night in our camp after dinner, Senegalese evening around the fire dance and songs to the rhythm of the djèmbés all under the stars. Day 2 After breakfast, part of the fishing, lunch Grilled fish on the beautiful beach of Dionewar.We take the boat to Falia, the island with shells and baobabs, where we go for a ride in the bolongs on board rowing pirogues.Then return by canoe on Ndangane.Bivouac in dugout Day 3 Two nights in Saloum all inclusive. Day 1 Departure 9:30 am visit the island of Mar Lodj, authentic Serer village turned to fishing and agriculture also linked to livestock, where three religions live in perfect harmony. Then head to the island of Ndo Oy for a picnic, after a good nap departure for Djiffer one of the largest fishing ports of Senegal, finally heading to the island of Dionewar where we install our tents for our 1st bivouac day. Evening around the fire with typical African sounds Day 2 Wake up and breakfast feet in the water Walk in the forest of Dionewar nature discovery then canoe direction to the other side of the island around 12H to picnic. After the meal discovered island of Falia or Baobabs islands and its shells rowing canoe in the bolongs. We take our canoe through the bolong of Falia towards the Devil's Island camping for our second night of bivouac ... Day 3 Awakening and scrubbing breakfast the pirogue drops us on the island of Hakuna Matataha where a cart picks us up to visit the islands of Mar Soulou, Mar Wandié, we finish our journey by Fandimadior for a last picnic. Napping, bathing and mint tea. We take our boat back to 17H back in atmosphere and Senegalaisement in Ndangane. Our Excursions to the day Day "picnic" (Mar Lodj return to ndangane) Visit the island of Mar Lodj, it is a typical village sereres turned to fishing and agriculture linked with livestock, where animists, Christians and Muslims live in perfect harmony. During the visit you will discover its church, its mosque, its customary court, its tam-tam telephone, and its sacred tree which is the symbol of the understanding between the three religions practiced on the island. We take the boat destination Djifer, one of the largest fishing ports where we will have the chance to discover the arrival of fishermen, and women processors of halieutic products, after visiting Djifer we take the canoe to the island of dionewar, picnic break on the island of Dionewar, followed by a swim and a nap in the shade. We take the canoe, through the island of Falia, the island filled with shells and lined with baobabs and palm trees. After two hours of pirogues in the narrowest bolongs, Bird Island awaits you, You attend live loud noises of pelicans, cormorants, egrets, seagulls, in their natural habitat under a beautiful sunset. Excursions "Picnic" day (Mar Lodj return to ndangane) Visit the island of Mar Lodj, it is a typical village sereres turned to fishing and agriculture linked with livestock, where animists, Christians and Muslims live in perfect harmony. During the visit you will discover its church, its mosque, its customary court, its tam-tam telephone, and its sacred tree which is the symbol of the understanding between the three religions practiced on the island. We take the boat destination Djifer, one of the largest fishing ports where we will have the chance to discover the arrival of fishermen, and women processors of halieutic products, after visiting Djifer we take the canoe to the island of dionewar, picnic break on the island of Dionewar, followed by a swim and a nap in the shade. We take the canoe, through the island of Falia, the island filled with shells and lined with baobabs and palm trees. After two hours of pirogues in the narrowest bolongs, Bird Island awaits you, You attend live loud noises of pelicans, cormorants, egrets, seagulls, in their natural habitat under a beautiful sunset. Visit the island of Mar Lodj, it is a typical village sereres turned to fishing and agriculture linked with livestock, where animists, Christians and Muslims live in perfect harmony. During the visit you will discover its church, its mosque, its customary court, its tam-tam telephone, and its sacred tree which is the symbol of the understanding between the three religions practiced on the island. After we continue the visit in the Community Reserve Palmarin with the discovery of salt wells, lunch break on an island serving bathing, nap. After a well-deserved break, Bird Island is waiting for you to attend live noisy snapping pelicans, cormorants, egrets, seagulls, in their natural habitat under a beautiful sunset. Our Excursions (half day) 9h departure by canoe at the pier of ndangane camp, visit the island of birds you attend live loud noises of pelicans, cormorants, egrets, seagulls, in their natural habitat. After disembarking at the seaside camp to access the amenities, then small walk from 300 to 400 m to reach the village on the island of Mar Lodj, it is a typical village sereres turned to fishing and agriculture linked with Livestock, where animists, Christians and Muslims live in perfect harmony. During the visit you will discover his church, his mosque, his customary court, his tam-tam telephone, and his sacred tree which is the symbol of the understanding between the three religions practiced on the island, Back to board in the direction of the smallest places of the Mangrove. We will return to Ndangane Camp. Mangrove oyster picking in canoe-kayak (Duration: 1/2 day) As for a good action, it's already done in the morning. Equipped with your pruners like the druids, you will go canoe kayak not in search of mistletoe but the picking of oysters. At low tide, you will find them hanging on the roots of mangroves in areas where oyster farming is practiced during the period from October to June. Original methods allow the picking of oysters without endangering the mangrove. You will appreciate the roots of mangroves closely: real vegetable anchors which ensure their stability and protect the coasts from marine erosion. Aerial stilts for rhizophora or stalagmites for avicennia. Their flexibility allows them to bend to the movement of the tide. Like the first men, we lived hunting, fishing, why not picking . Reforestation of the mangrove (Duration: 1/2 day) Departure 9am for a morning of reforestation. Together with the local groups, you will spend a few hours under the sun to prove your responsibility towards Mother Nature. Reforestation consists of harvesting ripe propagules of mangroves or gathering those already fallen and then transplanting them. The main component of the flora of the Saloum Delta, mangroves, however, remain exposed to the mercy and unconsciousness of the human machine. You will participate in the development, and this in the context of remembering that elsewhere the mangrove remains one of the most important and most productive ecosystems in the world. Our Fishing days Fishing: In all its forms, throwing, trolling or fishing. Organization of your day Day: from 7h to 18h from Ndangane. You will have the choice to have the meal aboard the canoe or on a beautiful beach in a bolong. Half day: from 7h to 13h from Ndangane. All equipment, bait, canes, reels are provided. Discover tour sine Saloum Day1: France-Dakar Takeoff for Dakar. Reception at the airport and supported by our local correspondent. Transfer to the Bougainvillea Hotel in Saly (or similar). Day 2: Sine Saloum After breakfast, departure for Kaolack capital peanut of Senegal. The capital of the region of Sine-Saloum and important center for groundnut trade and salt that comes from the salt works along the Saloum River. Visit of its market to the oriental arabesques Lunch on the spot. Continue to the Saloum delta. Arrival in the evening and installation at the hotel Keur Saloum. SINE SALOUM is a former delta of the Saloum River that has become salty due to a lack of fresh water, a marine delta with mangrove forests and canals. Dinner and overnight at the hotel Keur Saloum 3 * (or similar) Day 3: Delta of Saloum Late check-out for a picnic day in the Saloum Islands. Visit the bird sanctuary, walk in the mangrove with the possibility of seeing many migratory birds (herons, cormorants, pelicans, crowned cranes and flamingos). Meeting with the Queen of Niominka (fishing people) on the island of Sipo. Picnic lunch, lazy bath, return to the hotel, folklore show, dinner and overnight at the hotel Keur Saloum 3 * (or similar) Day 4: Fathala After breakfast, departure for Fathala. Stop, visit of the biggest cheesemaker in the region to the foothills and continuation to the forest of FATHALA which gives us already an idea of the tropical vegetation of Casamance (6000 hectares of protected natural forest). Game drive between multiple herds of antelopes such as the dazzling Eland de Derby the largest species in the world. You will be approaching, giraffes, zebras, rhinos, horse-backs, cob defassa, forest buffaloes, red colobus and green monkeys clinging to the big cashew trees of Africa Lunch on site and in the afternoon unique experience in the world walk with lions without leashes and without collars. You will walk alongside the majestic kings of the savannah. The "walk of the lions" is an opportunity to understand and observe these predators from a young age of VERY, for a duration of one hour. Return to the hotel, dinner and overnight at the hotel Keur Saloum 3 * (or similar) Attention: the activity "walk of the lions" is prohibited to less than 12 years. Day 5: Joal - Fadiouth After breakfast, leave for Joal and Fadiouth. Joal the native village of Senghor and the oldest Christian village of Senegal. Nearby is FADIOUTH, the shellfish island: a picturesque fishing village, built on a pile of oyster shells (for thousands of years, the oyster was the staple food of the local population). This visit is definitely worth a visit. Visit the millet granaries on stilts, lunch at the fisherman's tavern. Arrival at the hotel less Bougainvillées (or similar), installation, dinner and overnight. Days 6 to 7: Free day Accommodation in full board at the hotel Bougainvillea (or similar) with the possibility of optional excursions (Bandia, Pink Lake or Dakar-Goree). Day 8: Dakar - France Breakfast. Depending on flight hours, transfer and flight to France Nature Tour 1st Day: Welcome at the airport and overnight at the hostel on the Petite Côte. Day 2: Visit the shellfish island of Fadiouth and its attics on stilts, and the mixed cemetery (Christians and Muslims) then departure for ndangane. Stop at the village of Fadial for a visit of its centenary Baobabs by taking the beautiful track of Samba Dia, famous for its forest of rôniers which extends as far as the eye can see. Picnic break under the baobabs, We will take the road towards the village of ndangane diner and overnight at hotel 3rd Day: Visit of the fishing port of Djifère with the arrival of the fishermen and women processors of halieutic products. Afternoon: Visit the Palmarin Community Reserve and observe the hyenas at dusk. Animation and traditional dances in the evening with the women of the village dressed in their finest adornments. Overnight at the cottage Yokam. 4th Day: Departure by canoe to discover the small bolongs of Falia. Hike from islands filled with shells and lined with baobabs and palm trees followed by a ride in a dugout canoe in the heart of the mangrove and lunch on the island of Dionewar (called the small Casamance). In the afternoon visit the village of Dionewar in a carriage, bivouac on the island of Dionewar under tents. 5th Day: Crossing the Diombos through Jackson Point. Arrival in Keur Bamboug then visit the protected marine air and kayak excursion. Night at the ecological camp of Keur Bamboug. 6th Day: Visit the Fatala Reserve in Missirah and the weekly market of a surrounding village. Overnight at the hotel in Sokone. 7th Day: Crossing the Saloum River via Devils Island. Arrival at Simal and night along the river. Day 8: Visit in a cart of Simal and Djilor (the village where was born the 1st president of Senegal Léopold Sédar Senghor). Back on Dakar passing by the big baobab 800 years old. Rest along the crocodile lake and safari in the Bandia Reserve. Crossing by boat for the island of Goree. Night on the island. Day 9: Visit the Historical Museum of Goree, the House of Slaves, walk in its cobbled streets lined with bougainvillea and houses with colonial architecture. Return to Dakar in the afternoon and transfer to the airport according to the schedule of the return flight. In the Heart of Senegal Day 1: Reception at the airport and night at the hotel Circuit 9 days and 7 nights. Day 2: Dakar / Island of Goree / Saint Louis Boarding the boat towards the island of Goree. Through its narrow cobbled streets, the beautiful red ocher houses adorned with bougainvillea and cacti bear witness to the sad period of slavery. Visit the moving House of slaves dating from the eighteenth century and the historical museum of Fort Estrées. Return to Dakar then continuation to Saint Louis. Day 3: Saint Louis / Djouj Park / Saint Louis Early departure by car to the park of Djouj, classified World Heritage of Unesco. Created in 1971, the Djouj is the third bird sanctuary in the world, where birds of prey are found in more than 3 million migratory birds (from November to March). Drive by motorized canoe through swamps, canals and wooded savannas where colonies of flamingos, pelicans, herons, marabouts found refuge. These spaces decorated with a generous nature contrast with this desert region of the Sahel. Return to Saint Louis. Discovery of the ancient capital of Senegal at the option of the beautiful pastel-colored colonial mansions, the Palais de Justice and the famous Faidherbe bridge, a true masterpiece, 500 meters long. Day 4: Saint Louis / Desert of Lompoul MPUL Discovery of Saint Louis in a carriage and road to the desert of Lompul, the most beautiful desert of Senegal. Installation in tents built on sand dunes. Dinner under the stars. Day 5: Desert of Lompoul / Touba / Saloum Departure to the region of Sine Saloum. Stop en route to Touba, considered as the Mecca of Islam of Senegal with its imposing minaret 86 meters high and Kaolack, the groundnut capital where is animated one of the largest markets in the country. Continue to Toubacouta and overnight at the hotel. Day 6: Saloum - Cruise in the Bolongs / Saloum Canoe trip on the natural canals of Saloum by taking the meanders of the river which infiltrate around the islands composed of beautiful mangroves and mangroves. Classified as a World Biosphere Reserve, the Saloum National Park is home to a significant birdlife. In the afternoon, walk in the picturesque village of Toubacouta. Aperitif composed of roasted oysters.Dinner with singing and typical dances. Day 7 : Saloum / Saly / Pink lake Departure to Saly, famous seaside resort and lunch. Continue to the pink lake located in the middle of the dunes and the African bush. Famous for its rosaceae colors which vary according to the sun's rays, the lake is endowed with a high concentration of salt extracted by means of large peaks by the women of the surrounding Fulani villages. Nice ride in all-terrain vehicle around the pink lake, place of arrival of the famous rally Paris / Dakar. Dinner and overnight. Day 8: Lake Rose / Dakar / Paris Back to Dakar and free time to enjoy the Senegalese capital. Transfer to the airport and flight to Paris on a regular flight. Day 9: Paris Arrived in Paris. Useful Information(what to bring) • To envisage during the excursions • Camera • For photos, ask people's permission to shoot or film after greetings. • Possibility of recharging your devices ... • For more autonomy, provide 2 batteries preferably. • Clothing and Shoes • Favor colors that are not too messy, such as beige, brown or ocher, especially black. • Shorts • Pants • Light cotton t-shirts and shirts • Swimwear and bath towels • Scarf or cheche • Cap or hat, sunglasses • For parties that may be cool from December to March, plan a light fleece jacket • Cotton socks • Light walking shoes or sneakers and flip-flops • Possibility to wash your laundry in the house and hotels by the women of the village. • Count: 0,30 euros for a T-shirt, 0,50 euros the shirt and 1 euro the pants • Pharmacy and small equipment • Personal pharmacy kit • Sunscreen and anti-mosquito cream • Toiletries • lamp torch If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. 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