Sélibaby is the capital of the southernmost region of Mauritania, Guidimaka. It is located in an area where both Hassaniya and Soninke are spoken. There is close cultural interdependence with the Soninke of northeastern Senegal and northwestern Mali. At the time of French colonialism, the Soninke were not separated by state borders. The settled Soninke inhabitants of the town of 30,000 live mainly from agriculture. A small community of mostly nomadic Tukulor also exists in the Guidimaka region. As with the Soninke, you also find Tukulor in northern Senegal. To get from Kiffa, hundreds of kilometers away, to Sélibaby, some off-road kilometers have to be covered from Kankossa to the south of Greivat Parc. The road from Kaédi to the west is completely paved. On request, we are happy to organize tours to Sélibaby and combine them with other towns such as Kiffa or Kaédi to provide you with a versatile trip.