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A SURPRISE FOR LOCALS

We went to Barra with the volunteers on Eid al Fitr, which marked the end of Ramadan, the month of fasting. The guide came considerably late with two drivers early in the morning. We...

LOOFAH IN THE NATURE

Have you ever seen a loofah growing in its natural environment? While enjoying our river trip, we found this amazing tropical vine growing on the river bank. We removed the brown/orange upper layer and...

WHAT TYPE ARE YOU?

What type of traveler are you? What kind of travel destination are you looking for your next holidays? Travelling is a part of the life for many people around the world. People travel for...

SUMMER CAMP 2015/16

On Friday, the 31st of July 2015, we officially finished the Gambia International Summer Camp 2015, which lasted for 4 weeks. The summer camp was open for all children up to the age of...

TALLEST AFRICAN STATUE

The African Renaissance Monument ( Le Monument de la Renaissance Africaine) is a 49 metres tall statue on one of the twin hills of  Collines des Mamelles outside of Dakar in Senegal. It was...

REMARKABLE ANIMAL LIFE

The Gambia and Senegal offer heaven for animal lovers. The Gambia has a diverse avian population. Over 560 species of birds have been recorded in this part of West Africa. There are many bird-watching spots...