The Gambia blog is where we share our love for this beautiful place with articles on things to do, the latest news about The Gambia Experience, sustainable tourism and much, much more.

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Articles about holidays to The Gambia

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Stories and articles about sustainable tourism in The Gambia

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View all kinds of things you can do when visiting The Gambia

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Interesting insights into the diverse wildlife of The Gambia

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Latest Articles

Experiencing the wildlife of The Gambia and Senegal

Make the most of our twin-centre and multi-centre holiday offerings and combine your getaway to The Gambia with a stay in neighbouring Senegal.
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Winter 2017-18 holidays to The Gambia

Put 30°C heat together with wildlife experiences, beautiful beaches and great offers, and you’ve got yourself a holiday to The Gambia.
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UK father and daughter honoured by the Mayor of Banjul

Last month, Katy and Chris Roberts were made honourary citizens of Banjul in recognition of their charitable work helping deprived children in The Gambia.
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Make the most of Easter with a holiday to The Gambia

Enjoy your Easter by jetting-off to The Gambia, all the while ensuring you don't use up all your work leave thanks to those wonderful bank holidays!
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The Djembe, the rhythm of West Africa

One reason I enjoy visiting The Gambia so much is the vibrant musical tradition found there. Most significant, for me at least, is the rhythm of the djembes.
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The 'Smiling Coast' enters a new dawn

Louise, our PR Executive, shares why there has never been a better time to visit The Gambia, known affectionately as the Smiling Coast of Africa.
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