On your arrival to The Gambia, our fully air-conditioned vehicle will be waiting at the airport with one of our professional drivers and guides to drive you to your specific hotels.
We have recommended the best 3 hotels. You can still get to choose the hotel you want to stay in and we can give you the best rate.
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Like all countries in the world, the capital city is the centre of activities. The trip will last for about half the day, up till about 2-3 PM. It is a trip to Banjul, the capital of The Gambia and its environments. read moreÂ here
Pick up from the hotels and drive to the first village in the South of the Country. Sukuta Village. Here we visit the local fish/vegetable market. This gives you a real taste of Africa and shows the daily shopping and selling of the local people, as markets are open everyday and people in the Gambia always buy fresh food on daily basis. This is because not all people here can afford fridges or live in very rural areas where there is no electricity. read moreÂ here
Enjoy a day of creek fishing on board Janes Boat. The boats used on this excursion are Suma Dorma Nâ€™Dey or Suma Racka Sally. You leave Denton Bridge at around 10AM and return from a full day in the creeks at around 4PM. read moreÂ here
After pick up from the hotels we make our first stop at Katchikally crocodile pool. Here you get the change to visit the museum and get a real close look at these unique reptiles. read moreÂ here
An early start is needed as the drive takes just under one hour to the Makasutu cultural forest. You will be picked up from your respective hotels around 8AM. Makasutu is a palm forest situated on the banks of a beautiful meandering tributary of the river Gambia (MADINA BOLON), encompassing many different ecosystems including dense forest, savanna and mangrove regions. The environment encompassing this forest is home to hundreds of varieties of birds, 3 species of monkeys, monitor lizards, pygmy deer, man goose and name but a few-and if you are lucky, you may catch a glimpse of migrating baboons, that make the forest their home for a number of months each year. read more here
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A trip for birdwatchers! As said by ornithologists all over the world, The Gambia is considered to be a paradise for birdwatchers. More than 500 birds live in the reserve; varieties of monkeys can ...