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Tourism in the Gambia

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The tourism industry today in the Gambia started when a party of 300 Swedish tourists arrived ... on Janjanbureh Island in the River Gambia in eastern Gambia. It was formerly known as Georgetown and...

The Gambia: seven facts about the country leaving the ...

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Oct 3, 2013 ... The Gambia is a major destination for female sex tourism. ... local young men – known as "bumsters" – exchange sex for money, gifts or visas.

Things to see and do in Gambia - World Travel Guide

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Gunjur and Kartong are southern Gambia's most pristine beaches and home to a ... famous by Alex Haley's novel Roots – then cross to James Island, mid-river, ...

Top 10 facts about The Gambia - Daily Express

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Feb 18, 2015 ... THE small West African nation of The Gambia today celebrates 50 years ... The Gambian national sport is a form of wrestling known as 'Borreh'.

History of The Gambia - Access Gambia

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The first known written record about The Gambia is a notation in the writings of Hanno, the Carthaginian, of his voyage down the west coast of Africa in about BC  ...

Gambia Facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles ...

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Hannon the Carthaginian referred to The Gambia in his writings, making The Gambia known to the outside world. In ad 300, West African trading networks ...

HISTORY OF THE GAMBIA

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The end result, by the mid-19th century, is that Britain is the established European power on the Gambia, with the valuable addition of Bathurst (now known as ...

The Gambia | history - geography | Britannica.com

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It occupies a long narrow strip of land that surrounds the Gambia. ... and River Gambia National Park (also known as Baboon Island National Park), near Kuntaur ...

Culture of Gambia - history, people, clothing, traditions, women ...

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Graphic Arts. The masks of Gambia are well known and appreciated. Performance Arts. The Kora, a lutelike instrument, accompanies much singing and dancing.

World InfoZone - The Gambia Information - Page 1

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The Gambia is famous for its wide variety of birdlfe. Over five hunded and sixty species live in protected areas. Examples are cuckoos, flycatchers, kingfishers, ...

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It's easy to miss The Gambia on a map of mighty Africa. This tiny sliver of land is a mere 500km long and 50km wide, and, with the exception of an 80km shoreline, it's entirely enveloped by ... More »
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Eight things you probably didn't know about The Gambia

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Aug 15, 2013 ... Although The Gambia's capital Banjul is the country's best known city, it is not the commercial centre. Serrekunda, situated about 20km from ...

Gambia: 10 things you never knew - Telegraph

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Oct 3, 2013 ... The opening chapter of Roots, Alex Haley's famous book about the trans-Atlantic slave trade, starts in a village in Gambia. Gambia later ...

The Gambia - Lonely Planet

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For many, The Gambia is a country with beaches that invite visitors to laze ... are some of the finest in West Africa – they may not be as famous but the wildlife is ...