The capital of Gambia, Banjul is located on an island on the border of the River Gambia and the Atlantic Ocean. Arch 22 and its columns mark the entrance to the city, which houses a national museum that traces Gambian history and culture. South of Banjul, lagoons and mangroves delight fishermen and water sports enthusiasts.
Kiang West Park offers tourists the opportunity to admire many plant species such as ficus, baobab, ceibas but also different types of animals: African otter, bushbuck, mongoose, etc.
As you stroll through the alleys of the Albert market, you are immersed in an authentic atmosphere, full of colors and scents.