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Island of made of shells with a small community of both Muslims and Christians; the mixed graveyard is worth a wander. Piroque rides are available to, from, and around the islands, but a nicer idea was a walk over the wooden bridge to the island,...More
The island is connected to Joal town by a bridge that brings you into the magical atmosphere of Fadiouth.
Enjoy the silence in the cristian/muslim cemetery, still used today and placed just near a stunning laguna.
To be visited if in the nearby!
After paying for our tickets to visit Shell Island and the town of Fadiouth, we were assigned Paul, an English-speaking guide, who was very knowledgeable and certainly very personable. We took a "dug-out" (a rather long canoe) to the island but walked back to the...More
I was not sure what to expect when joining this tour. I was told about the little crabs that were scurrying for shelter when movement was detected, but our guide Eduardo showed us much more than that. First the gondol ride to the island with...More
We got to Joyal from Saly in a sept place, which was an extraordinary experince itself. We got off at the station and then it is adviseable to take a taxi, or better to say just wave your hand and virtually any car pulls over....More
My trip to Joal Fadiout was great. I had a tour guide by the name of Edourd who is a local and he was amazing at explaining the history of the island and everything the island is facing today. We took a boat ride over...More
We stopped off here on our way back to dakar. You access the island by bridge which has lots of birds flying around. All of the paths and some of the brickwork on the island is made of shells. Our tour walked us through the...More
Easily combined with an hour around 5pm to see the fishing boats returning on the Mbour beach . Fadiouth is fairly unique with its Muslim/Catholic cemetery and streets covered in shells , and stopping to see the fish being smoked in Joal is quite an...More