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I really cannot believe there is a better birder, and general nature/country guide, knowledgeable, fast spotter, kind, considerate, sensitive, he has just about all you want in a person you may spend many hours wi...
Ansu arranged everything, including a personal 4WD car and competent driver, accommodation on a B&B basis, boat trips, park fees and ferry crossings for myself and my wife.
Kotu Beach Kotu
Lovely beach to walk with plenty of juice bars and restaurants .If the tide is out walk to senegambia hotel ,pass the wall and you will see a Paradise beach alongside monkey park.
... the many bars and beach restaurants, they stretch from Kotu Stream and even up to the back of the golf club, right down the commercial area of Kololi and Senegambia access, beyond the Monkey Park at Bijilo end.
Before you go into the park you walk through a museum which has many photos and information about the park and also comprehensive information about the history of The Gambia.
Brilliant trip out but go with a local guide and take a trip to the monkey Park as well.
... good for bird watchers with over 100 species to see i saw maybe 20 in about 1 hour some hornbills bee eaters .also 4 species of monkeys live in the park you also see lots of flowers and plants and trees
They are so thankful for so little.I have a guide from the park that has taken me on other excursions, Iam pleased to say he is reliable and knows much about the birds and the surrounding area, his English is exce...
I stayed two nights at the Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Project in a tented cabin overlooking the River Gambia National Park and Baboon Islands.
An absolute must for nature-lovers!
Great place for luxury travellers, nature lovers, history buffs - plenty to see, eat, learn, touch here with the beautiful forest and more to experience!
a great little park with lovely things to do a boat trip , chasing baboon's through the forest you can even get your fortune told ! its 45 mins from Banjul that 1300 dalasi and the taxi driver will wait for you ,...
I was with Mustapha Barry,birdwatching guide, i was amazed by his knowledge about birds and nature, We had a nice walk and he spotted the most butifull birds like the violet and green Turaco, red-billes Hornbill,s...
We had an excellent guide with us who was very knowledgable and knew everything about the park.
We also had sightings of both red columbus and green monkeys (which felt much more exciting than in the Bijilu monkey park), as these monkeys were shy and hid from us unlike the over fed ones in Biljilu.