Traditional Tour Gambia

Atlantic Luxury Apartments, Koffi Annan Street, Cape Point, Bakau

Email: traditionaltourgambia@gmail.com

Telephone +(220) 7265947 | 3218858 | 9225887

Registered Company with The Gambian Tourist Board

SRN - 1212603295

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Trips and Excursions

Traditional Tour Gambia offers a wide range of tours and Excursions from daily trips, overnights, round trips, adventure trips, bird watching trips, fishing trips, kayaking sport trips, night cultural exhibit and river gambia experience. T.T.G we give you a true opportunity to explore the hidden Gambia.

All our trips and excursions are tailor-made to suit your needs and requirements. We work with you to create your ideal trip on any of our tours and excursions, you are also welcome to contact us for any suggestions or opinions how you want us to  provide the service for your best possible experience during your holiday stay. 

 

We also offer a variety of transport services including airport transfer and vehicle hire with the option of self-drive or with one of our drivers. 

 

Check out our main tours and excursions on offer below:

 

Baboon Island

The Baboon Islands are a collection of five islands mid-way on the Gambia River. Located inside the River Gambia National Park, the chimp rehab camp is about 270km inland from coastal hotels, which is about 4 to 4.5 hour drive by car. Unfortunately you can't get up close to the chimps as entry onto the islands is not allowed.

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Bintang Bolong Lodge

Located in the middle of a Mangrove Forest you can stay overnight in this peaceful, tranquil location in a lodge overlooking the river. You can take a boat trip to see the wildlife and birdlife around the river or take a boat trip to visit James Island.

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Birdwatching

There are more than 500 different species of birds in the Gambia and its abundance in diversity of birds is ranked as one of the highest in the world. So take a birdwatching trip at one of many locations offered to experience seeing these birds in their natural habitat.

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