In the southernmost part of the peninsula, the Sine Saloum Delta displays exuberant greenery such as the mangroves which grow abundantly along the backwater and cutoffs left by the river.
In the past, each family would store their valuables in these safes.© FX Gutton / EASYVOYAGE
Many authentic little villages stand on the banks of the rivers Sine and Saloum.© MATTES Rene
Baobab trees, a symbol of Senegal, thrive across the land all the way to Sine Saloum National Park.© FX Gutton / EASYVOYAGE
Fishing and peanut harvesting are the two main activities in Sine Saloum.© Sylvain Grandadam
Taking a trip in a pirogue is without a shadow of doubt the best option to explore the Sine Saloum and its islands.© FX Gutton / EASYVOYAGE