gambia birding tour

Birding and Photography in The Gambia and Senegal

Bearded Barbet

Birding in The Gambia The Gambia is a small country located in West Africa, surrounded by Senegal on all sides except for its western coast, which borders the Atlantic Ocean. The country is known for its beautiful beaches, rich cultural heritage, and abundant wildlife and is a popular destination for tourists. Birding in Gambia is […]

Best Time For Birding In The Gambia

Standard-winged Nightjar

 ​​​​​​​The Gambia is a small country located in West Africa and is a popular destination for bird enthusiasts. With over 560 species of birds recorded in the country, the Gambia offers a great opportunity for bird watching. The best time for birding in Gambia is between October and March, when many migratory birds flock to the country. […]

Birds Of Senegal And The Gambia​​​​​​​

African Golden Oriole

Senegal and the Gambia, two neighbouring countries in West Africa, offer birders an incredible opportunity to observe a wide variety of bird species. With its unique ecosystems and varied habitats, the region is home to over 600 bird species, many of which are endemic to the area. The Birdlife International organisation has designated The Gambia […]

Wildlife of The Gambia

Nile crocodile

​​​​​​​A highlight of the wildlife in Gambia is its avian population. The Gambia is a birdwatcher’s paradise, home to more than 550 different kinds of birds. Birdwatching in The Gambia is a fascinating experience, with majestic raptors like the African Fish Eagle and Bateleur Eagle as well as colourful species like the Violet Turaco and African Pygmy […]

Gambia River Tours

Marakissa Rivercamp

Are you looking for a unique way to experience the natural beauty of the Gambia River and its surroundings? Look no further than Gambia River Tours! With a range of tour options, including river cruises and cultural tours, you can explore this important waterway and the communities that call it home.  River Gambia National Park Tours […]

The Gambia Tours​​​​​​​

Brufut Beach

Enjoy a journey through The Gambia, a captivating West African nation known for its rich cultural heritage, vibrant landscapes, and diverse wildlife. Whether you’re an adventurous explorer, a history enthusiast, or a nature lover, The Gambia offers an array of captivating tours that will leave you spellbound. In this article, we will delve into the […]

Discover the Enchanting River: Gambia River Cruise Day Tours 

river gambia

​​​​​​​Are you ready for an adventure of a lifetime? Look no further than Gambia River cruise day tours! Set sail along the majestic Gambia River and immerse yourself in the beauty and charm of this captivating region. With a plethora of day tour options available, you’ll have the opportunity to explore stunning destinations, encounter wildlife, […]

Kiang West National Park: A Journey into Nature’s Heart​​​​​​​

kiang west national park

The largest and most important wildlife reserve in Gambia is the Kiang West National Park. In 1987 the park was announced as a national park which is managed by the Gambia Department of Parks and Wildlife Management.​​​​​​​ Location & Geography The Kiang West National Park covers an area of 115.26 square kilometres. The park is […]

Into the Heart of the Wild: Fathala Wildlife Reserve​​​​​​

Green Bee Eater

Fathala Wildlife Reserve is one of the safest animal reserves that is situated in the south of Senegal which is in the Fatick region between the border with Gambia and Toubacouta. It covers over 6000 hectares of original and protected forest, visitors can experience some of the Tourism is permitted over the area of 2,000 […]

Senegambian Stone Circles

senegambia stone circles

​​​​​​​Building spectacular monuments has been a fascination of mankind throughout recorded history. This is frequently accomplished by constructing something that is the biggest, highest, longest, priciest in the entire world. Even so, some less obtrusive monuments also represent remarkable architectural and technological achievement, although receiving far less attention. For instance, consider the Senegambian Stone Circles. […]