From per adult
A day dedicated to interaction with the local people.
Our commitment to ethical tourism takes us to Mlomp where we take part in the life of a "centre d'action social", which runs cookery, batik and silkscreen printing workshops.
You'll also discover the architecture of the traditional Diola huts in the lush forest environment, and the work of a small firm that processes cashew nuts.
Trolling and bottom-fishing in the bolongs and on the River Casamance. Motorboats with crew and modern fishing tackle.
The day outing includes a grilled fish lunch on a desert island.
At the wheel of a 1100 CC buggy, ride on dirt tracks through the largest forest of kapok trees in the country. The ride will take you through some of the most authentic villages.
You'll be required to show your driving license.(minimum age 18).
Take a comfortable, shady, motorised pirogue for an unforgettable ride in the bolongs. A great way to see the flora and fauna. Land on Ourong Island and visit the village, with its fascinating traditions. You'll go on to Carabe Island, the former capital of Casamance, where you'll have a typical Senegalese lunch. In the afternoon you can visit the village or stroll and do as you please. On the way back, you'll stop over at Ehidj, famous for its fetichist tradition.
Departure from Club Med towards the village of Boucotte, walks in the remote neighbourhood and discovery of the night life of the village. Visit of a museum in the forest, at the glow of oil lamps. Dinner in the village with a sample of local specialities.
Sunday mass sung in Diola by the inhabitants of Djembering in a church shaded by the baobabs and kapok trees.
Sail on the wildest and most remote stretches of the bolongs (birds, varans, mongoose). Visit to the village of Vandaye, its school, houses and wrestlers. Meet fetichists in the village of Djissor at Ihid, the Island of Sorcerers.
Means of transport: bus and pirogue
Oussouye market sits in the shade of the teak trees.
At Edioungou, the potter will demonstrate her craft.
At Senghalène, in a cajou tree plantation, you'll see the workers processing the nuts.
This guided tour through the Diola villages gives you the opportunity to appreciate the beauty and fascinating culture of the region.
Discover the savannah in the Casamance region: ride a quad over beaches, dunes and through forest and bush.
(minimum age 18 years old).
You'll be required to show your driving license.
Discover daily life in Casamance, visit villages such as Diakène Oulof and Diantène, with their straw huts, village square in the shade of a kapok tree, the Bombolong and its typical craftwork (basketwork using palm tree leaves).
Recommended by our Discovery centre.
A day's outing in the bush and waterways. Watch out for the waders as you navigate the mangrove and its islands in a pirogue. Stop off in a fishing village where you can see the fish market and the pirogue-makers. Typical lunch on the boat. Wrestling match in the village and visit of the village school. You will continue through the rice fields and palm groves in a 4x4, stopping to taste palm wine made by fetishists. Genuuine Africa.
In a 4x4, on roads and dirt tracks, in the bush and through villages.
In a dugout, you'll explore the mangrove, where you can observe the birds, varangs and monkies, before landing on Egueye Island for lunch.
Enjoy grilled mangrove oysters and a meal served in the shade of the big hut near the bolong.
Yoga in an exceptional site in Senegal's Casamance region is a wonderful experience to tune body and spirit, while enjoying the fabulous ressources of this charming region.
Excursions should be booked on the premises at the Discovery desk