1st edition September 2015. 288 pages incl. 16 with colour photos and 35 maps. Marching to the beat of its own mbalax drummer, Senegal offers up adizzying assortment of sights, sounds, and smells, and it's finally beengiven a book of its own, covering everything from Dakar and Saint-Louisto the interior. - There are a number of high-profile festivals that draw visitors fromaround the world, including the Saint-Louis Jazz Festival and the Dak'artBiennial - This guide offers far and away the greatest depth of coverage forSenegal. Here it gets nearly 300 pages of detailed description to itself - There are detailed sections on trekking in the remote hills of thesoutheast, home to the reclusive and little-visited Bassari people - Comprehensive birdwatching and wildlife sections are provided in fargreater detail than other guides - Introductions to all major languages spoken in Senegal, including thelingua franca Wolof, French, Pulaar, and Serer.