Holidays to Kotu Point
Kotu in Gambia is a popular tourist destination, and it's not hard to see why. With average yearly temperatures between 29 C and 34 C, it makes the perfect place for lounging around on the long sandy beach. The other resorts in the Gambia also have a lot to offer - from Bakau, which is home to the Katchikally crocodile pool and the fish market, to Banjul, offering parks where monkeys and other wildlife can be spotted, and bustling markets.
A long stretch of white sand, Kotu beach offers watersports, local fruit sellers and a handful of bars and cafes.
Umbrellas provide shade on the soft gold sand, or you can cool off in the crystal clear blue waters.
Wassu Stone Circles
These stone circles are thought to be ancient burial sites dating back over 1,200 years. Each weighs several tonnes.
Tanji Village Museum
The country's first private museum covers is open air. Learn about the country's culture, wildlife and natural history.
You can spot more than 100 species of birds on a river cruise through the wetlands and forests so bring binoculars.
Crocodiles represent fertility in Gambia and this pool is a sacred site. Spot more than 70 fully grown crocs.
This juice is full of vitamins and calcium, and is made from the baobab trees which grow all over the Gambia.
A very popular dish, Domada is made from peanuts, tomato paste, mustard, black pepper and onions and served with rice.
This friendly bar is located within the Komba beach hotel, and shows a whole range of sports matches and events.
One for the road bar
This bar has a relaxed vibe and serves great food too, from traditional Gambian dishes to European cuisine.
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