The Island of La Madeleine lies in the Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of Senegal. It is the smallest national park in the world and you can only reach it by boat. Stone age tools have been found there, but today the island is completely uninhabited.
A variety of wildlife and plants live there, including many huge baobab trees. The steep cliffs attract many birds, making it a must-see destination for bird-watchers. Visitors to these Senegal islands may be lucky enough to see an extremely rare seabird that lives in only two places in the world: the Island Of La Madeleine and the Galapagos Islands.