While sailing, you will move up to the Senegal River having Senegal and Mauritania at its edges. While Senegalese banks are used as rice fields, they are less cultivated on the Mauritanian side. You will see some warthogs, then pass in front of Rosso, a town that separates Senegal from Mauritania and
where motorized canoe and a ferry cross people, animals and vehicles. Arrivals and departures of these barges provide intensive activity with various colors and particularly animated.
You will reach Richard Toll, the gardens of Richard, named as such for being the site where cultural methods were tried in 1822 during colonial times. Visit the city in a barouche and the sugarcane factory, (ten thousand hectares of sugarcane), main source of income of the area. Discover the "madness of the Baron Roger", a French style castle now closed, surrounded with mud brick constructions, the traditional architecture of the area. Dinner and night on board.
Bou El Mogdad boat