The second beach has a lot of rocks in the water :( otherwise its an amazing island and an unforgettable experience. The first restaurants rice and fish is delicious.
Je garde un beau souvenir de cet endroit plein d'histoire.
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Is a great place to go for sight seeing n taking pictures
Periodically, the conservator of the Maison des Esclaves makes a teaching speech on slavery at the main stairs. Brilliant lesson even though it's only in french. Ask for the hours at the ticket booth.
Please refrain to speak loudly, smoke and drink in this place of memories (Maison des Esclaves) where people were enslaved and sent overseas by thousands. This is not Disneyland (or go back home !).
Been there, one of the most moving experiences ever.
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Essential in Summer because of its history as a major slave-trading center.
You can stay on the Island.
a perfectly picturesque island that was sadly one of the biggest slave trading points in africa for more than 300 years. return trip on the ferry is 500 francs and you have to pay 1000 tax & entry.
Walking to the "door of no return" was one of the most moving experiences of my life. Like Vietnam Wall I am so glad u went but will probably never return
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House of Slave is open @ 10am - 12am and 0230pm - 6pm
Sais un lieu plein histoire et c bon a vivre et agreable
Almost 5 centuries of slavery. :-(
Wonderful historical area
Go in a small group.
Make sure to visit Ile de Gorée, an incredible island with cobblestone roads lined by colonial buildings, and only a short 20 minute ferry from Dakar (only $10 dollars roundtrip). Ile de Gorée has a n