The beaches are what draw most visitors to The Gambia, and there are plenty to pick from. Luxurious five-star resorts catering to your every whim coexist alongside lively Mediterranean-style zones brimming with restaurants, bars, and nightclubs.
There's also plenty of space for languid days and lengthy walks along the magnificent shore line, which is bordered with palm trees. Simply select your preferred option. But Africa's tiniest country has a lot more to offer! The Gambia, which is bordered on all sides by Senegal, has nature reserves, lovely fishing communities, and a number of ancient slave traffic ports worth seeing.
If you're a bird watcher, you've probably heard of this country because a single river ride can reveal over 100 different bird species. The Gambia offers a wide range of day trips that can be arranged while you're there.
Let's have a look at some of The Gambia's most interesting sights: