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We start at 7:30 in the morning and head for the Banjul ferry terminal where we will cross the river to Barra. From there we will head east along the north river bank. You’ll get the chance to see some of The Gambia’s nature and wildlife, meet people and see villages. For those who like birds there will be chances to see anything from cranes to sunbirds.
We will make a visit to the Wassu stone circles and a river trip where you may spot hippos, crocodiles and baboons. We will then spend the night at the Jangjang-bureh camp. The camp has cozy rooms with running water, toilets and beds with mosquito nets.
On day 2 we leave the camp after breakfast to visit Georgetown. You will se the local market as well as the old slave house. We’ll be back home at around 7-8 pm.
With a chance to spot hippos, baboons and crocodiles
Tour include beverages, minimum is 4 persons
ROOTS JAMES ISLAND
Today the island is a part of UNESCO’s world heritage, just like the pyramids and other big buildings and areas that is important to save for the future.This is a very populuar trip to the home of Kunta Kinteh. We start at 8:00 in the morning and head for the Banjul ferry terminal where we will cross the river to Barra. From there we will go to visit James Island, the infamous center for slaves some 200 years ago.
Tour include complimentary food and beverages
Excluding airfares. Please request for tailormade experience