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Gambia


During your stay in The Gambia, visit Banjul, the country's capital, an unmissable destination for visitors. To get the best out of the city's atmosphere, head to the Albert Market on Liberation Avenue. This market has been around since the 1850s and is divided into three parts: on the one hand, you will find a

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Things to do and see - Gambia

Observe animals at a lush and diverse wildlife sanctuary
Abuko Nature Reserve
 
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Have a relaxing holiday at a resort town
Kololi
 
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Hop on a boat cruise along the river to spot hippos, and crocodiles
Gambia River
 
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Immerse yourself in the local culture by visiting a traditional village
Juffureh
 
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Visit the capital for its rich history, riverfront charm, and vibrant markets
Banjul
 
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Experience bustling markets, lively atmosphere, and authentic Gambian culture
Serekunda
 
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Climb on top of the symbol of Gambia's independence for panoramic views
Arch 22
 
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Explore beautiful beaches, rich wildlife, and vibrant fishing community
Bakau
 
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Go to a heritage-listed island for its powerful historical significance
Kunta Kinteh Island
 
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Adventure to witness some unique ancient megalithic structures
Stone Circles of Gambia
 
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See one of the largest and most important wildlife reserves
Kiang West National Park
 
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Spot various species of monkeys and birds in their natural habitat
Bijilo National Park
 
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FAQ - Gambia

What is the Katchikally Crocodile Pond in Bakau?
What are the topics covered at the National Museum?

Events - Gambia

February
Independence Day
The Independence Day of Gambia is celebrated on February 18th each year to commemorate the country's independence from British colonial rule in 1965. It is a significant national holiday marked by various festivities, parades, cultural events, and speeches that highlight the nation's rich history and achievements.
Gambia



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