There are taxi's going back and forth from Dahkla to the Maroccan-border, and on the other side you'll always find some transport to Nouadibhou. The nomansland inbetween is another story, a bit to long to walk and I don't know if you are allowed to cross it on foot, probably you have to find a ride here (local or tourist). There are busses going from Laayoune and Dahkla to Nouadibhou and even Nouackchott but I don't know how regular, timetables, fees or busstations.
From Nouadibhou to Nouackchott and Nouakchott to Dakar, no problem, taxis and minibusses.
But I would suggest after you arrived in Nouadhibou try to find transport thru the park and along the beach highway; the 'old' route between NDB and NKC (there is a new tarmac road ready since 2005), very scenic and a must if you're into birds (the migrating ones with feathers, that fly) or desert-landscapes.
If you feel very adventureous (or are into trains) you can also hop on the train from NDB to Zouerat; the longest ore-train (up to 2km) in the world. Get off at Choum, take a taxibrousse to Atar, maybe visit the Adrar-region, and take a taxi along the tarmac road to NKC.
In both cases you will see/feel more of the country (take feel litterally) than just a transit to Senegal.
bart & sophie
Last edited by Sophie-Bart; 17 Aug 2006 at 14:36.