Kayak Gambia: Q&A With Dave Adams

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If you’re into water sports then you’re in luck as Kayak Gambia offers guided kayak and canoe excursions down The River Gambia. We asked coordinator Dave Adams for more information When and how did the idea for Kayak Gambia come … Continued

Spotlight on: Yabouy’s Home Cooking

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Ida Cham, born in 1964, studied Hotel Tourism & Catering Management at West London College from 1987 to 1989 Upon returning to The Gambia, she worked at Senegambia Beach Hotel as the manager of Guest Relations and Sales Marketing respectively. … Continued

Camel Riding by the Beach: Discover Pepe’s Camel Safari

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What better way to relax than riding a camel on the beachside? Quieter and gentler than horses, camels are known as the ships of the desert. Their peaceful nature makes the ride not only enjoyable but gives you the chance … Continued

Mandina Lodges: Gambia’s Five Star Eco Retreat

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If you are looking for something different from the routine-like experience of a typical five-star hotel, then Makasutu’s Mandina Lodges is for you Mandina five star eco lodges- located just half an hour away from Banjul International airport, has been … Continued

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