This annual music festival celebrates the best of Gambian music and reggae. Lasting two days each November, the event’s...Read More
The Gambia was the first African nation that was conquered by the British Empire in the 1880s. On February 18th 1965,... Read More
These gardens first came onto the scene in 1924. Today, it’s one of the most popular attractions in Bakau, with lots of... Read More
Unsurprisingly, the butter-coloured beach in Kololi is one of the resort’s bigge... Read More
Kololi’s one of the best places for shopping on The Gambia’s Atlantic Coast, tha... Read More
The dinner scene’s a bit of a melting pot, with Indian, Thai, Lebanese and Itali... Read More
This 500-metre-long belt of sand’s known as the best in Bakau, thanks to its pri... Read More
Albert Market, in the city centre of Banjul, is one of the best places in The Ga... Read More
There’s nightlife by the bucketful here – and most of it’s in one place, on the ... Read More
Kotu might be a beach resort, but you’re never far from wildlife in Africa. Just... Read More
Just like the small-scale town behind it, Brufut Beach is a place of simple tast... Read More
Kololi’s craft market is a little bigger than the one in Kotu. And it only takes... Read More
Food’s pretty hearty in The Gambia, and the restaurants in Brufut, Kololi and Se... Read More
A bit like bubble and squeak, domoda’s a stew that’s made using the vegetables a... Read More
You can spend an evening at the chilled beach bars in Kotu. But, if you fancy a ... Read More
The beach in Kotu rolls on for miles, all the way down the coast. As such, a gre... Read More
You don’t have to venture far from Brufut to get your shopping fix. Mega malls a... Read More
Hop in the car, and a 20-minute drive gets you from Brufut to the trees and trai... Read More
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