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Senegal flights

Flights to Senegal

Cheap flights to Senegal

are available with several international airlines and aircrafts with departures from different cities around the world. The main airport is 6 miles from the capital Dakar,

Léopold Sédar Senghor International Airport

and other small airports from Bakel, Cap Skirring, Kaolack, Kedougou, Kolda, Matam, Podor, Richard Toll, Saint Louis, Siementi and other cities which basically handle small aircrafts and domestic flights within Senegal.

Remember to check online for low cost, cheap Senegal flights from different websites with the latest deals. Catch cheaper

air tickets to Senegal

on last minute arrangements. Alternatively arrange

Senegal flights

through your travel agent inclusive of your Senegal tours and holiday package.

Regular fliers and airlines to Senegal include South African airways, Air Europa, Brussels airlines, CorsairFly airlines, Air France, TAP Portugal Air Maroc and others.


cheap flights to Senegal

from London, Heathrow with Brussels airlines, Air France and other airlines. The flight from London to Dakar Senegal takes about 12 hours.

Fly cheaply to Dakar from Brussels in Belgium,

Toronto to Senegal

using Air Canada, from

Paris to Senegal Dakar

with Air France. South Africa Airways, United Airlines and other intercontinental aircrafts have flights to Senegal from Washington, New York, Los Angeles and other towns in America for around 14 hours.

On arrival at Dakar airport, take airport buses or taxi/cabs to take you around Dakar and other towns and then check in at any hotel around Dakar. Private car hire is also offered by Senegal tour and travel operators.


is listed on the must visit destinations from

West Africa

Safaris.  Senegal visits

are interesting with history, art, culture to the adventures on the coast. Senegal attractions are plentiful from major towns like St. Louis, Dakar the capital, Naye, Thies, Podor and Bamako from the coast.

Senegal tours

While on city tours in Senegal, St. Louis is a must, a former slave town and capital famous for the Djoudj National Bird Sanctuary which is a world heritage site on a large expense of a wetland. The park is actually one of the largest bird sanctuaries in the world hosting several flocks of migrant pelicans every year.

Dakar is a modern bustling port city, located at the tip of Cape Vert peninsula and the capital of Senegal. Some of the places to visit while in Dakar are the busy markets, medina mosque, the president’s palace and museums. Ile de Goree not far from Dakar hosts old buildings from colonial times, several slave houses and a remote beach. This island was declared a UNESCO world heritage site for its memoirs of the slave trade era. Visit other resort beaches of Cap Skiring, Ziguindor in Basse Casamance on Karaban Island. Sine Saloum delta has a number of beautiful lagoons you can visit for relaxing.

Senegal has a number of wildlife parks such as arc National de Niokolo Koba, Madeleine park, Delta Saloum park, Basse Casamance and other with over 150 species of animals, birds and tropical vegetation.