There are lots of tourist destinations globally for naturalists, but just a few can compare with the opportunities offered from this peaceful property with her natural African elegance of diversities of rich flora and fauna. The smiling coast of The Gambia is a perfect Eco-tourism destination exceptionally flavored with the uniqueness of The River Gambia with unique species of fish harvested for food while the Dolphins captivate Aquarists.
Birds found in these virgin forests. A trip to Kachikali Crocodile Pool using the sacred floor offers visitors an experience of swimming in the exact same water with live crocodiles as well as playing together without being hurt; this can only be gotten here and nowhere else. Abuko Nature Reserve is just another place that provides the uniqueness of visiting different kinds of reptiles, monkeys, and other wild animals. Bird Watchers will find the majority of the forest areas perfect for filming.
This book offers visitors the chance of riding one of the herds of antelopes particularly the rarest ones of the Western Giant Eland. Giraffes, rhinos, and buffaloes are common sights to benefit your seeing this park showcasing species threatened by extinction. A trip to The Gambia is not complete without experiencing the Makasutu Cultural Forest. This is the best Eco-resort on earth according to The Sunday Times, UK. This is home to a troupe of over 200 baboons, floating homes on water, a night of dancing, and culture at the sacred forest blending with the river. The calmness and maintained forest undisturbed with the traditional people living around will always tell a natural narrative of the rich culture of The Gambia.
The Kunta Kinteh Island at the Village of Jeffureh is a historical site of the slave era told from the movie ROOTS. The National Museum in Banjul has collections of the majority of the cultural artifacts. There are numerous relaxation websites around the Senegambia region with night clubs, beaches, restaurants, and kids’ recreational park. Bakau, Serrekunda, and Bakau craft markets are places to search for African American crafts such as drums, bangles, tie & dye prints, and lots of traditional beads and carvings done locally depicting the rich culture of Senegambia. A city tour of the popular markets such as Banjul, Serrekunda, Brikama, Banjul, and Kairaba Avenue will reveal the true hospitality of Gambians to Visitors.
Tourists can take part in fishing expeditions around the Denton Bridge or combine bird watching to take home great memories of the smiling coast of West Africa listed on their cameras. Transport is well coordinated with packaged tours with the flexibility of renting cars or car hire services in the collection of exotic cars such as the one from CMF Tours. A week of the soul-lifting holiday will certainly soothe moods, reduce stress levels, and offer the perfect Eco-tourist experience for busy executives as an ideal form of comfort. Experience this 1-week Eco-tourism in The Gambia and have a renewed mind to create fresh ideas and a fresh order of imagination for greater exploits and creations wanted.