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Arch Tours Kololi
... School where we met a class of 11 year olds and their teachers, visited a typical Gambian house and families, very humbling, we also distributed our sweets there with the help of our guides who controlled the ...
Take sun hat and sun cream, your camera, swimming gear and towel if you fancy a lunch time swim, plus some sweets, pens, chalks etc for the children who will greet you with a cheery wave.
Great place to visit and take children if you want to see "wild" monkeys, birds and other wildlife.
Fun for the whole family
Kotu Beach Kotu
Night life - there are Bars with Lively Music which close in the early hours of the morning, A variety of Restaurants, and on Sundays families come out onto the Beach for the day, it's wonderful seeing the childre...
Services available include beach town and jungle riding, was really nice to find somewhere that catered for the whole family and also noted whilst there that they catered for people with disabilities.
Each time I have visited Katchikally either with visitors from Europe or with groups of Gambian children we have had a fantastic day.
This hands on environment means the kids enjoy exploring the museum and retain lots of the information.
The farm is an education center where school children learn to appreciate all kinds of reptiles.
A modern extended family (owners of the museum) live in the same large compound enclosing the museum, and I could see men, women and children carrying out their daily chores and activities, thus transmuting a simp...
Fantastic atmosphere with many people from small children upwards all making a living from the fish
Just Gambia Kololi
He was good with adults and kids alike, and had a good sense of humour.
The kids loved him.
Just foresee enough for tips to the locals especially sweets and shool materials for the children in the bush.
Just excellent from pick up to drop off, party of about 20 of us, made up of adults and children booked Falu Tours for their Kunte Kinte Trip, we travelled by boat and the trip was fully catered.
We had brought gifts to the children from Sweden so every now and then we stopped in a village and gave the kids some toys, is such a wonderful experience to see the happiness in their faces!
The high light for us was a visit to a poor family in the countryside.