Hometown – Gunjur
Gunjur – Ndemban – Kanilai
Kanilai – Kuntaur – Baboon island – Wassu – Jarjari
Jarjari – Bao Bolong Wet Land Reserve – Fathala
Fathala – Delta Sine Saloum
Delta Sine Saloum
Delta Sine Saloum – Barra – Gunjur
Gunjur – Kartong – Tanji – Albert Market – Handicrafts Brikama Market – Airport
This trip is designed under the criteria of responsible and sustainable tourism in order to promote sustainable development based on respect for local culture, the environment and the promotion of the local economy. At the same time, we offer an authentic and enriching experience of cultural exchange.
- Participation in the activities of the Recovery and Education Centers
- Nutritional from the NGO Nutrition Without Borders
- Support for ASSET’s activities that enable support for young local entrepreneurs and other small local tourism businesses.
- Cultural immersion and appreciation of local Gambian traditions.
- Accommodations in camps managed by small entities and local families that promote the local economy and the preservation of the environment.
- Respect for decent working conditions for all actors.
Groups : The group capacity is a maximum of 12 people and a minimum of 2 people. Both for regular outings and for tailor-made outings.
Distances : For your peace of mind, we consider special routes for customers who want to make this type of trip. Taking special care that the routes are not very long or very heavy for those who want to start in this type of travel.
Accommodations : We have looked for accommodation (within the characteristics of each trip and the country) where you can feel at ease.
Meals : We have taken into account the issue of diet throughout the route. Our accompanying guide will always be ready to accompany and/or recommend places.
Transport : Minibus with driver. Depending on the final number of people, the trip will be made in one or two small minibuses to make the route as easy as possible. All of our vehicles are minibuses dedicated to tourism, which are subject to a series of comprehensive mandatory inspections by the State.
Accompanying guides: All our drivers, as well as our guide, speak Spanish perfectly. The people who will always be accompanying the group are people with a special gift to be able to face the different situations that may arise during the route. They also have extensive knowledge to answer the doubts of young and old. As someone who knows The Gambia, his tasks include informing you of the possibilities offered by each place and suggesting activities for you, even if you don’t necessarily have to participate. You can modify the route only for fully justified reasons and for the smooth development of the trip.
Flights : Numerous companies fly to Senegal.. You can find the best prices in the recommended comparators Skyscanner or Atrapalo.
Documentation : Both adults and minors must have a valid passport, which must not expire before 6 months after arriving in The Gambia.
Airport: We recommend that you always carry a pen to fill in the police control documents, and always have the reservation we send you with you, as well as the name of the first night’s accommodation in Banjul.
Currency: The Dalasi, which is divided into 100 cents. Approximately €1 = 65 Dalasis. There is no difficulty in exchanging or getting cash through credit cards. We recommend that you make the change at the Gambian exchange offices. Not inside the airport.
Luggage : We recommend traveling as light as possible. Temperatures range between 25-30º and can cool down during the night, a sweater or windbreaker is recommended. Sunglasses, cap, sunscreen, etc. No need to bring sleeping bags or blankets. Bring a towel and flip-flops for the shower.
Health: It is convenient to visit a tropical medicine center to inform us about the relevant vaccines. It is also important to consider the proximity and quality of international health centers during the trip. On the other hand, we will be careful with water and drinks, taking only bottled products that we will find without difficulty. If a specific treatment is to be followed, the medicines must be brought from Spain since in Senegal they may not be available in local pharmacies. Although if they wish, it doesn’t hurt to bring antihistamines, anti-inflammatories and anti-diarrheals and anything specific they may need for their children.
Responsible tourism: We want to inform our travelers of the importance of respecting the environment and the customs of the country. We seek to promote responsible tourism from a social, economic and environmental point of view. During our trip we will visit social and cooperative actions that promote the development of towns and their inhabitants.