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Moving from Dubai to Senegal

Moving from Dubai to Senegal

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Moving from Dubai to Senegal

In the event that you are moving to Senegal from Dubai, UAE, there will be bounty to consider and get ready for before you head East. With such huge numbers of things to design, the exact opposite thing you need to stress over is the coordinations of a confounded worldwide move – so you’ll need to recruit a reliable and qualified abroad delivery organization to make your move effortless!

Dubai Movers will make your progress to Senegal as consistent as conceivable by giving first-class dispatching administrations to the entirety of your family unit products, and considerably more. Do you need assistance in setting up your reports? Do you need Customs to help?

Don’t worry about it! Dubai Movers will assist you with arranging your transition to Senegal from beginning to end!

To ask more about our company please use the form available on our contact page, give us a call at +97143306717 or send any inquiries to our email address

How Dubai Movers can help for moving to Senegal

To begin, one of our prepared moving experts will furnish a one-on-one interview with you, completely sketching out your moving choices dependent on specific rules, for example:

  • Your moving course of events: When do you should be in Senegal?
  • Your land plans: Will you lease or purchasing?
  • Your family/family unit size: Will you be moving alone or with your family? For business or individual reasons?
  • Cubic feet gauge: How huge is your shipment?

What Will Moving to Senegal Cost?

For a precise gauge of your shipment size, you should plan a home overview as ahead of schedule as workable for your transition to Senegal. Our moving authorities will evaluate your effects to give you the most ideal gauge to assist your migration.

The expense of moving to Senegal will change significantly depending on the cubic film of your assets and your proposed goal appearance time.

Remember to get some information about our abroad pressing and custom crating administrations, as well!

About Senegal

Senegal, a nation in western Africa. Situated at the westernmost purpose of the mainland and served by various breaths of air and sea travel courses, Senegal is known as the “Entryway to Africa.” The nation lies at a biological limit where semiarid prairie, oceanfront, and tropical rainforest unite; this different condition has blessed Senegal with a wide assortment of plant and creature life. It is from this rich characteristic legacy that the nation’s national images were picked: the baobab tree and the lion.

The district today known as Senegal was long a piece of the old Ghana and Djolof realms and a significant hub on trans-Saharan troop courses. It was likewise an early purpose of European contact and was challenged by England, France, Portugal, and the Netherlands before at last going under French control in the late nineteenth century. It stayed a settlement of France until 1960, when, under the initiative of the essayist and legislator Léopold Senghor, it picked up its freedom—first as a major aspect of the brief Mali Federation and afterwards overall sovereign state.

Despite the fact that Senegal generally has been subject to peanuts (groundnuts), the administration has had some accomplishment with endeavours to broaden the nation’s economy. All things considered, the nation endured a monetary decrease in the twentieth century, owing in some measure to outer powers, for example, the fall in the estimation of the African Financial Community (Communauté Financière Africaine; CFA) franc and the significant expense of obligation adjusting, just as to inner factors, for example, a quickly developing populace and boundless joblessness.

Very nearly two-fifths of Senegal’s kin are Wolof, individuals from a profoundly delineated society whose customary structure incorporates inherited respectability and a class of artists and narrators called griots. Contemporary Senegalese culture, particularly its music and different expressions, draws to a great extent on Wolof sources, yet the impacts of other Senegalese gatherings (among them the Fulani, the Serer, the Diola, and the Malinke) are likewise apparent. Wolof prevails in issues of state and business too, and this strength has energized ethnic pressure after some time as less-incredible gatherings compete for equality with the Wolof lion’s share.

The most significant city in Senegal is its capital, Dakar. This exuberant and alluring city, situated on the Cape Verde Peninsula along the Atlantic shore, is a well-known traveller goal. In spite of the fact that the administration reported designs to in the long run move the capital inland, Dakar will stay one of Africa’s most significant harbours and a financial and social place for West Africa in general.

Senegal is home to a few globally eminent artists and craftsmen. Different parts of Senegalese culture have gone into the bigger world too, most remarkably Senghor’s embrace of Negritude—an artistic development that thrived during the 1930s, ’40s, and ’50s and that stressed African qualities and legacy. Through occasions, for example, the World Festival of Negro Arts, first held in Senegal in 1966, and foundations, for example, the Fundamental Institute of Black Africa (Institut Fondamental d’Afrique Noire; IFAN) and the Gorée Island World Heritage site, Senegal respects Senghor’s decree “We should figure out how to retain and impact others more than they ingest or impact us.”

Senegal Economy

The Senegalese economy has customarily spun around a solitary money crop, the nut. The legislature, be that as it may, has attempted to differentiate both money harvests and means farming by venturing into products, for example, cotton, garden produce, and sugarcane just as by advancing nonagricultural divisions. The legislature was effective in making fishing, phosphates, and the travel industry significant wellsprings of unfamiliar trade toward the start of the 21st century, in spite of the fact that the state of the transportation and force framework set cutoff points on the measure of extension conceivable. The abuse of mineral assets, for example, gold, oil, and petroleum gas additionally broadened the economy.

Prior to Senegal’s autonomy from France in 1960, the economy was generally in the possession of the private division. Since monetary movement relied essentially upon the nut exchange, the enormous French organizations that advertised the harvest likewise controlled the importation of European fabricated products. After freedom, the Senegalese government made a state office answerable for practically all parts of the nut exchange. Despite the fact that the private segment stayed significant, the state-overwhelmed the economy. The administration additionally made a venture code, which comprised of different certifications and long haul charge concessions and pulled in capital speculation from numerous quarters.

The intercession of the state happened during the pilgrim period yet turned out to be more predominant after freedom with the formation of the National Organization of the Rural Sector. The association, the foundation of President Léopold Senghor’s arrangement of African communism, purchased and sold peanuts, rice, and millet and furthermore sold manure, seed, apparatuses, and hardware.

Under Abdou Diouf, leader of Senegal from 1981 to 2000, the administration started to move away from state mediation in the economy and to empower the reintroduction of private activities. Privatization was sought after in rural advertising, a few businesses, and some open utilities, including broadcast communications (Sonatel), materials (Sotexka), electric utilities (Genelec), and nut handling (Sonos). The arrangement was energized and upheld by the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank and was proceeded by Abdoulaye Wade when he became president in 2000. In any case, countless unionized specialists and the issues related to finding reasonable purchasers for enormous ventures forestalled total usage of the arrangement.

Since the last part of the 1970s a populace blast, uncontrolled relocation to the city, and declining costs for essential materials have discouraged the economy. Just generous unfamiliar guide has forestalled a decrease in the way of life. Unfamiliar help has likewise permitted the legislature to renew its falling apart transportation foundation.

Senegal Customs, Currency & Airport Tax regulations details


Import regulations:

Free import:
1. for passengers of 18 years or older:
– 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 250 grams of tobacco or tobacco products;
– 1 bottle of spirits;
2. for all passengers:
– 1 bottle of perfume for personal use;
– personal effects.

Arms and Ammunition regulations:

Authorization of the Minister of Inland is required.

Wild Fauna and Flora:

The import of certain endangered species of plant, live animals and their products is prohibited or restricted under CITES.


Cats and dogs must be accompanied by:
– a rabies vaccination certificate issued more than 1 month and less than 6 months before departure; and
– a Veterinarian health certificate issued less than 48 hours before departure.

Baggage Clearance regulations:

Baggage is cleared at the first airport of entry in Senegal.

Exempt: baggage of transit passengers with a destination outside of Senegal.


Currency Import regulations:

Residents: local currency (CFA Franc-XOF) and banknotes of countries of the French Monetary Area: unlimited.
Foreign currencies other than those above: unlimited if declared on arrival and exchanged within 8 days.
Non-residents: local currency and currencies of the French Monetary Area within Europe or Africa: unlimited.
Foreign currencies other than those above: unlimited. Amounts exceeding the equivalent of CFA 1,000.000.- must be declared on arrival.

Currency Export regulations:

Residents: for journeys to:
a. Benin, Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire, Niger and Togo: unlimited, without declaration;
b. other countries using the CFA franc: declaration required for amounts exceeding XOF
c. countries outside the French Monetary Area:
– max. XOF 20,000.- or equivalent in XAF; and
– foreign currencies (if holding currency declaration and presentation of a bank
attestation for foreign currencies):
tourist journeys (yearly allowance) max. the equivalent of XOF 200,000.-; XOF 100,000.-
for children up to 10 years;
business journeys max. the equivalent of XOF 20,000.- per day (the equivalent of max. X
300,000.- per journey).
Non-residents: local currency (CFA Franc-XOF) and XAF and foreign currencies: up to the amount imported and declared.

Airport Tax

No airport tax is levied on passengers upon embarkation at the airport.

To ask more about our company please use the form available on our contact page, give us a call at +97143306717 or send any inquiries to our email address

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