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The Gambia

Visiting The Gambia will give you an opportunity to explore important historic sites and landmarks without distraction. The Gambia is bounded by the ancient river called the Gambia River which flows through the country into the Atlantic Ocean.

The Gambia, known as “the smiling coast” has got the friendliest people on earth. This is one of the reasons why people from different parts of the world visit the country. The Gambians are friendly and welcoming, they always make their guests feel very at home

Long golden sandy beaches, surrounded by palm trees and temperate waters of the Atlantic Ocean under a cloud-filled sky and If you also love water sports, there are plenty to indulge in.

The destination is home to significant landmarks and monuments, some of them have been named the UNESCO World Heritage Site such as Stone Circles of Senegambia, the Kunta Kinteh Island which was formerly called James Island, the island in the Gambia River. Banjul, the capital city is located on the banks of River Gambia, on St. Mary’s Island.

The city’s most remarkable building is the state government house which is the home of the country’s president. The highest structure domination the city street in Banjul is Arch22 which constituted of 3 floors with elevators and spiral stairs. If you want to see the city landscape, you can enjoy the stunning view of the second floor of the arch.

Abuko is rare among African wildlife reserves: it's tiny, it's easy to reach and you don't need a car to go in. With amazing diversity of vegetation and animals, this well-managed reserve is one of the region's best bird-watching haunts (more than 250 bird species have been recorded in its environs). There are 5km of paths through the 106-hectare reserve, and a field station with views over a watering hole that's often a good place for wildlife watching. (Lonely planet).

Bijilo This small 51-hectare reserve makes for a lovely escape. A series of well-maintained walking trails (ranging from 900m to 1400m) takes you through lush vegetation, gallery forest, low bush and grass, towards the dunes. You'll likely see green vervet, red colobus and patas monkeys – avoid feeding them, as this only encourages them further.

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