The second-largest national park in the country, the Saloum Delta covers 76,000 hectares. It is the symphony of the colors of the sky and the sea, the water of the river and the ocean, the mangroves, the baobabs, the beaches, and the savannah.
About 200 small islands, wooded and discovered for centuries, constitute a rich cultural history reconstituted from archaeological remains of the delta. Created in 1976 and made up of thousands of islands and islets separated by bolongs (narrow arms of brackish water in the mangroves), it is one of Senegal’s most popular destinations.
From one day to the next, the delta becomes a beautiful tourist site and a beautiful seaside resort in the presence of magnificent parks.