Smiling coast

Morton, Miranda
December 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);12/11/2009, Vol. 5, p56
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the beautiful places in the Gambia. It notes that the region has been a popular destination for clients looking for a good value offering a readily accessible taste of Africa. It offers wide range of services which include a four-wheel drive excursion for clients to get more taste of the country. Moreover, the country has a lot of resort areas and offers birdwatching as they are homed to more than 560 bird species.


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