Even though the smallest nation in Africa is Gambia, it offers a wide range of attractions and entertainment options for the visitors. If you are looking for a spot to spend your winter at, you can book tickets for Gambia. The locals at Gambia are quite friendly and the country is quite peaceful. When you explore the interiors of the country, you can see some classic landscape native to West Africa.
One of the most low profile capitals of an African country, Banjul is located on the St. Mary’s Island in Gambia. The city which is today a quiet locale, was once a strategic point to control the trade over the Gambia River by the British. The city serves as the seat of the government and also the administrative city of Gambia. The port of Banjul is bustling with activity in comparison to the rest of the city, which is usually hushed.
A small nature reserve in Gambia, the Abuko Nature Reserve is located in the surroundings of beaches. Despite it’s small size, the Abuko Nature Reserve is home to a variety of wild animals such as hyenas, lions, guibs, different varieties of monkeys, crocodiles, porcupines and numerous birds and other animals.
Apart from the Abuko Nature Reserve, Gambia has some wonderful nature reserves and wetlands that you would love to visit for its sheer beauty and richness in different varieties of wildlife. The Tanbi Wetlands, Tanji Reserve and the Bao Bolong Wetalnd Reserve are just a few to mention.