15 days in Gambia Itinerary

15 days in Gambia Itinerary

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Fly to Banjul International Airport, Drive to Serekunda
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Serekunda
— 12 nights
Drive to Banjul International Airport, Fly to Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport

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Serekunda

— 12 nights
Serekunda hugs the Atlantic Ocean on one side and faces the Gambia River on the other, both of which provide an escape from the heat when temperatures rise.
Explore Serekunda's surroundings by going to Fort Bullen (in Barra), Banjul (Abuko Nature Reserve & Kiang West National Park) and North Bank Division (Jufureh & Fort James Island). Spend the 9th (Tue) exploring nature at River Gambia National Park. The adventure continues: take an exotic tour of Black and White Safari - Day Tours, tour the pleasant surroundings at Katchikally Crocodile Pool, trot along with Kotu Horses, and don't miss a visit to Arch 22.

For maps, photos, reviews, and more tourist information, you can read our Serekunda trip builder site.

Detroit, USA to Serekunda is an approximately 22.5-hour combination of flight and car. Traveling from Detroit to Serekunda, you'll lose 5 hours due to the time zone difference. Expect warmer temperatures when traveling from Detroit in February; daily highs in Serekunda reach 92°F and lows reach 63°F. Finish your sightseeing early on the 16th (Tue) so you can travel back home.

Things to do in Serekunda

Parks · Wildlife · Nature · Historic Sites

Side Trips

Gambia travel guide

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Nature & Parks · Beaches · Flea Markets
Smiling Coast
The smallest country of mainland Africa, the Gambia consists of the Gambia River valley and the hills that run along its edges. Taking off on a journey down the river during your vacation in Gambia allows you to discover a landscape known worldwide as a bird-watcher's paradise--you might want to keep your binoculars and camera handy at all times. The Atlantic coast boats a number of beach resorts with large hotels and shining sands, while the fishing villages farther inland offer an altogether more rustic and basic take on Gambian charm.