Tips & Tricks
Plage Bel-Air (3 km. East of Dakar): this is one of the main beaches in the capital’s area. Plage Bel-Air (3 km. East of Dakar): this is one of the main beaches in the capital’s area.
Horseshoe Bay Beach (Off South Road, Southampton Parish) — Once you step foot on Horseshoe Bay Beach, you will realize why it is Bermuda’s most celebrated beach. The long, sweeping crescent of pink sand makes it a popular choice any time of year. The nearby Beach House offers snacks, rentals and changing facilities.
Jobson’s Cove (Off South Road, Warwich Parish) — Jobson’s Cove may be tiny. But this sheltered cove, surrounded by steep, jagged rocks, is arguably one of the most visually stunning beaches in Bermuda.
National Dance Theatre of Bermuda (Bermuda College West Hall, Room 323, 11 College Rise, Paget Parish) — The National Dance Theatre of Bermuda (NDTB) offers development and performance opportunities for our dance community. The Theatre provides access to training opportunities with world-class teachers, performers and choreographers, and offers the opportunity to earn international scholarships
Club Thiossane (Sicap Rue 10 Point E, north of Marche Sandaga, Dakar): This nightclub is owned by the famous Senegalese musician Youssou N’Dour, who performs there on Fridays and Saturdays where he is not touring abroad.
Petite Côte – (south of Dakar): this is a 100-mile stretch of sandy beach, which has both swimming areas, lagoons, as well as fishing villages.