This national park in Senegal is named after its Saloum River Delta location 50 miles west of Kaolack. The North Atlantic meets the Saloum River in this park filled with sand dune islands and stunning mangroves.
The park’s lands were set aside as a wildlife refuge in 1958. In 1971, the small human population of the area was relocated and the lands were designated a national park.
The Island of Gorée testifies to an unprecedented human experience in the history of humanity. Indeed, for the universal conscience, this “memory island” is the symbol of the slave trade … Read More
The historic town of Grand-Bassam is an example of a colonial town built at the end of the 19th century and during the early 20th century. It follows a planning … Read More
Founded in the 13th century as the center of several trans-Saharan trade routes, this small city continues to attract a handful of visitors who admire its spare architecture, scenery, and … Read More
The Osun-Osogbo Grove is among the last of the sacred forests which usually adjoined the edges of most Yoruba cities before extensive urbanization. In recognition of its global significance and … Read More
Zakouma National Park has experienced one of the most spectacular transformations in all of Africa. The national park is part of the Greater Zakouma Ecosystem—the primary safe haven for Central … Read More
We are proud to present you with one of the best carnivals in the world Calabar Carnival! Forget about celebrating carnival in Rio and instead head to Africa’s biggest party. … Read More
Situated in Bamako, 500 m from French Embassy, Azalaï Hôtel Bamako has a number of amenities, including an outdoor swimming pool and free WiFi.All guest rooms at the hotel come … Read More
If you are looking to explore the wild, then you must see some of the best zoos in Nigeria. From exotic birds to various endemic species of primates and other … Read More
Cometowestafrica is known for giving the latest vibes on places you can visit in West Africa is more known for its steamy tropical forests and political turbulence than for its … Read More
Don’t forget to visit Karfiguela, home to beautiful waterfalls. Walk through the avenue of mango trees and over a jumble of rocks to see the falls- it is a glimpse of tropical paradise! The best time to visit is between October and December.
Capital city Lome is located on the coast and has some of the best night life in the whole West Africa, with bars and clubs around every corner.
Hilton Yaounde provides a range of leisure facilities, including 2 tennis courts and a squash court; a children’s playground and a business centre are also located on the site.