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|Airports||Léopold Sédar Senghor International Airport (DKR)|
|Budget breakfast||Eat alongside locals for filling meals at great prices.||$3.92 - $6.53|
|Budget lunch||Go to markets and street places for better deals, though many restaurants are also reasonable budget options.||$4.90 - $8.99|
|Budget dinner||Prices at sit-down restaurants in Dakar range greatly, but good cheaper options are there if you look.||$6.53 - $13.07|
|Beer (.33l bottle)||The local lager is cheap in most places in Dakar, except fancier restaurants and hotels.||$1.63 - $2.45|
Dakar is one of Africa’s most-visited cities outside of Egypt, Morocco, and South Africa, and yet it’s still very mysterious.
|Month||High F||Low F||PRECIP (inches)|
Dakar’s location out on the Cap-Vert Peninsula keeps its temperatures more moderate than most other African cities in the region. There’s a short rainy season from early July to mid September that provides nearly all the annual rainfall. Otherwise temperatures are warm most days and mild to warm most nights of the year.
Cheap hotels are available, but standards for those appear to be rather low, so many travelers will need to pay for 3-star and above places just to feel comfortable.
Hotels in Dakar have their high season from November through February, when temperatures are reasonable and there’s almost no rainfall. This is also when all the music and cultural festivals take place. The low season is during the rainy period from June through September.
|26.00 - 52.00|
|60.00 - 88.00|
|136.00 - 182.00|
|143.00 - 196.00|
|Hostel Bed||9.75 - 15.36|