Touba (Hassaniya: Ṭuba( “Felicity”) is a city in central Senegal, part of Diourbel Region and Mbacke district. With a population of 529,176 in 2010, it is the second most populated Senegalese city after Dakar. It is the holy city of Mouridism and the burial place of its founder, Shaikh Aamadu Bàmba Mbàkke. Next to his tomb lies a large mosque, completed in 1963.
Touba is the holly place for west African Muslim *Wolof* that can be compared to the Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia, the holiest city for Muslims.
it is very hard to travel to the continent of the continent of the continent of Ramadan as a part of the African African tradition.Traffic jams stretched all the way through the capital * Dakar * located 125 miles southeast.Furthermore there is no place to stay in Touba, there is no hotels. For a foreigner this could be a deal breaker.