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Nouakchott Place of the Winds is a scenic fishing village and one of the mighty Saharas largest towns. Explore discover and enjoy this rustic African city.

Convenient Budget Flights on Air Africa

British travellers can now explore the mysterious continent of Africa with the super saver budget flights offered by Air Africa. Ideal for aspiring tourists struggling with a tight budget the affordable air fares make planning a holiday overseas convenient and simple.

Place of the Winds Nouakchott

Derived from Berber expression meaning place of the winds Nouakchott was a tiny fishing village up until 1958. Today it is Mauritanias capital and largest city.
The port city lies on the Atlantic Coast of the mighty Sahara. The coastline apart from the wharf and port is mostly uninhabited with shifting sand dunes and golden sandy beaches. Adding to its wild beauty are the quicksand pits scattered around the harbour.
Hot desert weather prevails here with cold winter nights. The population is mostly Nomadic so one can experience the colourful traditions and customs of the tent living tribes.

Beaches Deserts and Meteorites

The beaches of Nouakchott are mostly sandy, weekends see an influx of locals coming to cool off at the beach, the fishing wharf, Port de Peche is devoted to the colourful fishing boats that bring in a varied species of fish which are auctioned right on the beach. Try your hand at surf casting (fishing); equipment can be bought at nearby shops.
Get a taste of the towns history and customs by visiting the Nouakchott Museum, National Archives and Library. The city is also the main distribution point for the unique Saharan Meteorites.
Indulge in holiday shopping at the local markets selling traditional handicrafts and Nomadic goods such as camel wool rugs and wooden chests. The Nouakchott Silver Market is a must visit for intricate bracelets and earings.
Local cuisine consists of fresh fish dishes, couscous and other exotic meals worth a try. The Franco-Mauritania Cultural Centre features evening entertainment with movies, concerts and local exhibits. Desert safaris offer endless holiday adventures from the constantly shifting sand dunes to the music and dances of the Nomadic tribes.

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