Gambia is a country located on the west coast of Africa with 1.7 million inhabitants. The republic is completely enclosed by Senegal and has a short coastline with the Atlantic ocean. The Gambia is divided in two by the Gambia River. To the north of the river is mainly savannah landscape. To the south of the Gambia is grassland with more afforestation. The delta of the Gambia is swampy. There is mangrove forestation. Along the coast are sandy beaches. There is a subtropical climate with a dry and wet season. The capital Banjul has 35,000 inhabitants. Places of interest include the National Museum, the War Memorial for King George VI, the Albert Market and Arch 22. Other cities include Serrekunda, Kerewan, Brikama, Gunjur, Farafenni, Georgetown and Basse Santa Su. The UNESCO World Heritage Site lists the Senegambia stone circles and the slave gathering point, James Island. Other attractions are the Kachikally Crocodile Pool, Abuko Nature Reserve, the birthplace of Kunta Kinteh: Juffureh, Albreda and the Kiang West National Park.

Gambia per category

Showing 1 from 1 Items

Count:
Sort by:
Order:

Gambia per category