Parque Nacional de la Lengua de Barbaria, Saint-Louis

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National Park · Hidden Gem · Beach
Do some quality bird-watching at Parque Nacional de la Lengua de Barbaria, which lies between the Senegal River and the coast. Opened in 1976, the sanctuary houses a diverse abundance of wildlife and vegetation, including white and gray pelicans, the mocking seagull, and other wading birds. Surrounded by sand dunes and casuarina trees, the beach serves as a nesting area for several species of sea turtles, seen throughout the year. See entire flocks of birds flying overhead or gliding just above the water, and enjoy the undisturbed outdoors. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Saint-Louis holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Parque Nacional de la Lengua de Barbaria and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • the rubbish in all waterways here is atrocious and cannot be avoided. The whole area is a disgrace as by dumping all you rubbish, plastic and sewage in the river it then becomes somebody else's...  more »
  • Birding watching at this site , if you ever visit West Africa you must go here, you will not regrete it, amazing  more »

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