River Cruise In Mauritania
If you fancy spending your African holiday without the roads, heat and dust then book yourself onto the Senegal River Cruise close to Mauritania .
The Senegal River Cruise is the ideal way to see a fascinating part of Africa from the water as it allows you to witness local tribes go about their day without interrupting them while at the same time relaxing from the comfort of a colonial boat.
If you fancy the Senegal River Cruise close by to Mauritania for a 7 nights it will include all transfers, meals on the cruise and entrance and guide fees from €1500 per person.
Trip of a Lifetime
Unlike some of our other trips, this cruise is one of most relaxing and luxurious adventures through Africa. The cruiser has facilities ranging from bars and restaurant to swimming pool and staff to serve your every need so you can full enjoy your experience.
Looking for a romantic getaway or just a family vacation, this cruise accommodates the needs for all. We are confident that you will never forget this amazing experience and the views you see along the way will take your breath away.
For the majority of your Senegal River Cruise, you will be on the water taking in the beautiful scenery in region close to Mauritania with fellow holiday makers. There will guides to guide you around at some of the drop offs during the cruise.
Mauritania officially the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, is an Arab Maghreb country in West Africa. It is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean in the west, by Western Sahara (controlled by Morocco) in the north, by Algeria in the northeast, by Mali in the east and southeast, and by Senegal in the southwest. It is named after the ancient Berber Kingdom of Mauretania, which later became a province of the Roman Empire, even though the modern Mauritania covers a territory far to the south of the old Berber kingdom that had no relation with it. The capital and largest city is Nouakchott, located on the Atlantic coast.
About Senegal River Cruise
The Senegal River Cruise is a week to two week holiday. The unique cruise travels from the Atlantic to the fringes of the Sahara Desert or visa versa depending on what week you book your holiday. You can choose to go only the Senegal River cruise for the 7 nights or you can continue your adventure with an extra 3 nights in Dakar and a further 3 nights on La Petite Côte. The Senegal River Cruise gives you opportunity to explore Africa but in a relaxing environment as you cruise on beautifully refurbished colonial boat that boasts a restaurant, three bars, swimming pool and staff that will accommodate all your needs.