A drive to the boarder to get your passport stamps,a lovely experience of the Jola culture which is the major ethnic group in this part of Senegal. With a stop at the biggest fishing village of south Senegal to look at activities of local fisher men and also a boat ride on Casamance river to see a little pelican island.Lunch at one of fabulous restaurants of Kafountine.
Ferry from Banjul to Barra,after passport check at the boarder will go on a horse cart which is one of the common means of local transport in Senegal which you will definitely have good fun to have a ride on one.This will take you around some of the little villages around the boarder to see local life in Senegal and drive back to the hotel.
Sunrise breakfast at the cliffs of Sama Boi Konko Boat safari for chimp, hippo, and croc viewing Hiking to Sama Boi Konko Village visit to the Environmental Education Center and Tankarla Farm Discussion session with Chimp Handlers and Environmental Education Officers Boat safari into the Raphia palm canopied Sutubolong Sunset drinks at Chassing cliff platform Late night bush baby safari
When you want to see something different then the beach, go with The Bushwhacker tours to visit. The Bushwhacker tours give u a very beautiful vieuw of The Gambia's fauna and flora, also the cultural side of The Gambia, and how the people live i would say go with the Bushwhacker tours then you are in good hands !!!.
We had a great Roots tour with Malcolm (Lamin!) in which we took a boat to Albreda, Juffereh and Kunta Kinte island to learn all about the slave trade - really good tour at good value. We would recommend Bushwhacker tours to anyone thinking of visiting Gambia. Much love to Malcz!
Senegal, Kololi, P.O.Box 1324 Banjul, The Gambia