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Saving Bijilo Monkey Park and the Western Red Colobus Monkey

Bijilo Forest Park, or Monkey Park as it's commonly called, is well known to visitors to The Gambia but it's under threat and needs your help to survive.
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Top 10 reasons to visit Morgan Kunda Lodges

Found upriver in the northern region of The Gambia, Morgan Kunda Lodges are a non-profit organisation offering superb opportunities for visitors to explore the local wildlife and more.
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Solar Power comes to Kiang Manduar village in The Gambia

Today we are delighted to share with you some photos from Kiang Manduar village in the Lower River Region, the latest village to benefit from solar powered lighting via our Community Development Fund.
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Solar power comes to the village of Jafai Kuta

Excitement is in the air when light comes to the village of Jafai Kuta.
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Top 10 tips for being a responsible visitor in The Gambia

Not everyone realises how easy it can be to make a few small changes to your habits to become a more responsible traveller. Here are our top ten tips for holidaying responsibly in The Gambia.
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Baobab smoothie recipe

Find out more about baobab and Aduna, a company who's mission is to create demand for under-utilised natural products from small producers in rural Africa.
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£3,886 donated to schools in The Gambia

Last month The Gambia Experience’s School Development Fund donated a total of £3,886 to four schools in The Gambia.
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Giving Something Back

To commemorate our 25th anniversary, we provided funds for over 25 innovative projects in The Gambia.
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Responsible Tourism Awards 2008

Kathy, from our Marketing Department, has won prestigious 2008 AITO Achievement in Responsible Tourism Award for her charitable work in The Gambia.
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