Cheap Flights to Mauritania

Not yet widely known as a tourist destination, Mauritania can give their more established counterparts a run for their money when it comes to the beauty and richness of natural resources. It can be said that the country is a lonely beauty that boasts of vast deserts, magnificent coasts, and spectacular birdlife. On top of these, it also has a nature reserve that is specifically dedicated to protecting its endangered species. All in all, it is the place to be for Filipino tourists who want to be closer to nature during their vacation getaway.

However, those who want to experience the natural wonders that Mauritania has to offer need to consider a couple of things to enjoy their once in a lifetime trip. Read on and find out what they are.

Best time to fly over

The best time to visit Mauritania basically depends on what tourists would want to do. For those who want to visit as many tourist attractions as they can, the months of March to May are the best because of the pleasant travel conditions. On the other hand, they should refrain from flying over from July to September because these months mark the rainy season and it would be a bit challenging to sightsee during this time of the year.

Attractions to visit

·        Banc d’Arguin National Park

Arguably the best place in the world for bird-watching, Banc d’Arguin National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as one of the most important nesting place for endangered bird species and migratory waders. Year in and year out, about 2 million birds from Greenland, Europe, and Siberia flock the mentioned national park for food and nesting locations.  

·        Ouadâne

Ouadâne, another UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a traditional town that is located in Central Mauritania, a desert region. It is home to a number of ancient buildings and houses, centuries-old mosques, and lush gardens. In addition to all these, the town has an educational museum that tells a lot about the country’s rich culture as well as history.

·        Terjit Oasis

Terjit is a picture perfect oasis that can be found in southern region of Mauritania, which is a portion of the Sahara Desert. It is a natural beauty that is surrounded by crystal clear waters, captivating mountains, and a small village. Travelers are encouraged to sign up for camel treks to experience the unmatched beauty of the desert sunset and the captivating charm of the stars.

Flights from the Philippines

Flights from the Philippines to Mauritania are plenty and for this reason, going there will not be a problem. Passengers can choose from Philippine Airlines, Emirates, Ethiopian Airlines, Mauritania Airlines International, Tunisair, Qatar Airways, and other reputable airline companies.


Filipino tourists who intend to visit the country of Uruguay need to obtain visas and then present their Philippine passports (valid for at least six months), round trip airline tickets, and proof of sufficient funds. Those who’ll be traveling to the country for education or business purposes should obtain the necessary visas and other paperwork for their trip.

Unfortunately, Mauritania is not represented in the Philippines by a consular office or an embassy; however, interested parties who want to coordinate with regards to their trip can obtain additional information by contacting either of the Mauritania Embassies in Japan and China. Their address and contact details can be found below.

Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania

5-17-5, Kita-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku




Telephone: (813) 3449-3810

Fax: (813) 3449-3822


Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania

No. 9, Dong San Jie, San Li Tunh




Telephone: (86 10) 6532-1346 / 6532-1703

Fax: (86 10) 6532-1685

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