The Lompoul desert in Senegal also sometimes spelt as Lumpaoul is a small and scantily inhabited desert south of south of Saint Louis, or Wolof the city on the mouth of the Senegal River. Lompoul has a beautiful landscape which draws tourists to it from all over the world. The sand dunes are beautiful under the ray of the sun exhibiting a bright orange color that illuminates the skyline of the desert.
Things to do in Lonpoul
Visit the Pink Lake on a Camel ride. Spend the Night in traditional desert tents. Visit the Thies Market. Visit the fishing port of Mbour. Visit the Baobab forest of Bandia. Attend the Festival Du Sahel that takes place annually at the Lompoul Desert
Hotels in Lompoul
Hotels in the Lompoul Desert are built traditionally of tents and as huts but maintaining a magnificent design and interior. The rooms are well fortified from gale winds and desert storms. Tents are installed with a toilet and bathroom facility. Hotels in Lompoul also have on site restaurant that provides culinary service for guests in the Senegal desert. Lompoul hotels have TV with satellite viewings and of course there is plenty of space for on-site parking.