Ngala Lodge

Address: 64 Atlantic Boulevard, Fajara, Gambia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 64 Atlantic Boulevard, Fajara, is near IFAN Museum (African Arts Museum), Sandaga, Pink Lake (Retba), and Parc National du Delta du Saloum.
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          • Beach
          • Outdoor pool
          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Minbar in room
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • Refrigerator in room
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • High-speed internet in room
          • High-speed internet in room (free)
          • Hot tub
          • Breakfast Available
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Free parking
          • Beverage Selection


          • Suites


          • Airport Transportation
          • Banquet room
          • Room service
          • Laundry

          TripAdvisor Reviews Ngala Lodge Fajara

          5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Fajara

          Day 10

          A travel blog entry by mclark65 on Apr 23, 2013

          4 photos

          Day 10 Tues Spent time on the beach and finished off in the pool bar where I met some Uni students from Lincoln and two Swedish lasses. Met UK in Paradiso, tried the Carbonara was delisheous, then we did some bars, met some more Uni students this time from Birmingham Uni who were doing Animal conservation. One of the girls was from Portsmouth, Ness her name and very fit indeed. Finished off playing pool in the Jazz Cafe. Expecting a bad head in the ...

          My Gambian Experience

          A travel blog entry by abu.bashir on Jan 31, 2013

          34 photos

          ... do burgers and steaks. Situated in Kololi Highway off the main Senegambia Highway, Kadie Kadie's is a must for all lovers of authentic African Cuisine and to top it all up, their prices are a fraction of those situated in the resorts.

          Mamadu Jallow's Afrah Kiosk

          Mamadu and his young wife run their little Afrah kiosk on the junction of Senegambia and Kololi across the junction from the popular Yasmina Restaurant. Afrah is the local Gambian grilled lamb, beef or ...

          Daily life in the Gambia

          A travel blog entry by tizwoz on Jan 09, 2011

          1 comment, 11 photos

          ... slung on their backs. Teenage girls being the same all over the world revolt by wearing tight jeans & high heels and straighten and colour their hair. Most of the men we notice tend to shave their heads quite closely. Everyone is friendly, and even though many approach with something to sell, they do not pester and accept a polite refusal.

          In the grounds of the Senegambia hotel there are hundreds of vultures and Black Kites circling overhead and ...

          At Sea between The Gambia and Ghana

          A travel blog entry by gypsying on Nov 28, 2010


          ... boom box on his shoulder. He’s seen from behind staring into nothing, with a wild dog curled up at his feet. The two are hoping/planning to attend the Black Arts Festival in Senegal, representing The Gambia but they still haven’t figured out all the logistics. Time is getting close, but I suppose there is still enough time to make it happen. Their dream is to do a show in London and in the US….. For those of you who haven’t seen ...


          A travel blog entry by phileasfarx on Nov 07, 2010

          4 comments, 27 photos

          ... were again readily forthcoming. His mother fed us and countless handshakes were exchanged. Baba proudly demonstrated his tea-making skills.

          Tea-making in this part of the world is not an activity to be rushed. The whole process takes about half an hour, consisting of countless pouring from cup to cup and back again, boiling on the fire, more tea, more water, cupfuls ...