Our home is a farmhouse powered by solar energy with seasonal food fresh from the garden, music & dancing around the campfire, jungle hammocks and chickens. We lead treks throughout the region as well as arrange drum/dance lessons & more.
We currently have 3 round houses for rent as well as a spare room in our own house. One round house has an en suite bathroom, the others have access to a shared bathroom.
Accès des voyageurs
The guest house has an en suite bathroom and is powered by solar energy. The room has a double bed complete with mosquito nets. There is a verandah to relax on and hammocks nearby in our tree top platform. Breakfast is included and we can provide lunch and evening meals.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
This is a quote from a guest review on trip advisor:
"We usually hate the home stay type of accommodation but Simon and Khady have the knack of only being there when you need them!"
We take the guests needs into consideration - you can have privacy and to do your own thing or you can eat, socialise with and be guided around by us. Or something in-between. We just aim to let you feel as if you're at home.
Please check our website for more information:
I endeavour to respond within 24 hours, but we are in the African bush and at the mercy of power cuts and "variable" internet signal!
I've been living in Senegal since 2011 and am here as I love the outdoor self-sufficient lifestyle, the local African music, the friendliness of the local people and sense of community. It's a perfect place to bring up my son.
I love sharing the wonders of West Africa with visitors. I'm originally from Oxfordshire in England but spent much of my twenties travelling in Africa and Asia, including a four year stint as a farmer in Vietnam. After a failed attempt at a normal life back in Brighton, I decided to cross the Sahara and found my paradise at the end of the desert in Abene.