Dakar, Senegalese's capital, is 170 miles (274 kilometers) to the north of Kabrousse.
Senegal is brimming with natural and cultural attractions, from big-ticket tourist hotspots to lesser known nooks and crannies. Ziguinchor, is 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the southwest, while Kafountine can be found 40 miles (64 kilometers) to the south.
If you're looking for indoor entertainment, you can't better Senegal's art museums. These are ideal places to learn about the region's culture and find a special souvenir.
Have a break from seeing the sights and cool off with a spot of scuba diving or surfing.
To really get to know the local customs, take your time to visit the region's restaurants. These are good spots to get to know people who live in the area as well as try out popular dishes. You'll see that lamb and pea are favorite ingredients of many local dishes. Thieboudienne (fish, rice and tomato sauce) and yassa (spicy, marinated fish/chicken) are popular with both tourists and local foodies. Senegal desserts such as banana fritters are also great to try. And of course, no matter what time of day it is, Senegal is a great place to have fresh juice.
When it is time to leave Kabrousse, spend the last of your West African francs on last minute keepsakes and say Au revoir / À bientôt (farewell).