Senegal is a country located in West Africa, bordering the Atlantic. It is known for its rich and diverse culture, which includes many different ethnic groups, such as the Wolof, Sérère, Diola and Peulh. The country is also renowned for its music, dance, textiles, art and oral traditions.
Mbour is considered as a magical city because it offers a unique combination of beautiful beaches, important historical and cultural sites, a vibrant art scene and a warm and welcoming community.
In Senegal, djembe is considered as an important cultural symbol and is widely used in traditional music and religious and social ceremonies. It is often played in groups with other instruments such as balafons, koras and dunduns drums. Djembe is also used in traditional dances, where musicians and dancers synchronize to create an intense and expressive rhythmic performance.
The Djembe Café is a popular place in Mbour, where visitors can listen to live music from djembe and other traditional instruments.
It is a meeting place for local musicians and visitors, it is often frequented by professional musicians, amateurs and foreigners. Music and dance evenings are held regularly, allowing visitors to discover the Mbour music scene. Local musicians often play traditional Senegalese music.