Dakar is the clamoring capital city of Senegal and a noteworthy destination or association indicate for voyagers West Africa with its global airplane terminal, Dakar-Yoff-Léopold Sédar Senghor International. It is a noteworthy port city situated on the Cape Verde Peninsula which makes it a vital site for exchange and business.
Some of Dakar’s attractions incorporate the Dakar Grand Mosque, Gorée Island with its chronicled gallery and remembrance of the slave exchange earlier hundreds of years, the IFAN Museum of West African society, clifftop strolls and delightful shorelines, real markets, for example, the fish business sector, and Hann Park which is a nature hold and home to the Senegal Zoo.
Dakar is likewise regularly considered the home of sabar, the conventional Wolof drums played all the while with stick and hand. There are numerous clubs or tanebeers committed to sabar moves, mainstream for its effective, dangerous style. Mbalax, an exceptionally famous and vivacious style of Senegalese music, is very much alike to the sound of conventional sabar and is the staple of clubs all through the city. Some of Dakar’s acclaimed musical craftsmen incorporate Youssou N’Dour who has his own dance club called Thiossane there, Thione Seck who is one of Senegal’s most loved mbalax stars, Lamine Toure and Baaba Maal. Different craftsmen, for example, Cheikh Lô and Thione Diop started their music vocations in Dakar.