The Dunes Resort & Casino

Address: beach of Kotu, Kololi, Gambia | 4 star inn
 
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Location

This 4 star inn, located on beach of Kotu, Kololi, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Kololi

Overlanding Notes for Senegal

A travel blog entry by landylove on Feb 25, 2013

... will give you the password if you have a drink at the bar.

Carnet de Passage – this is a document which permits the temporary importation of a vehicle in to a country. You need to obtain this before you leave the UK from the RAC at Bradley Stoke near Bristol. For further information have a look at the RAC website or email carnets@rac.co.uk. Once you ...

My Gambian Experience

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

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... resort; something we daren't do in Johannesburg or Nairobi. Tourists seem to freely interact with locals than I have seen anywhere else in sub-Saharan Africa.

TRANSPORTATION

There seem to be a lot of taxis and local minibuses around. Taxi drivers actively solicit for trade and are quite competitive which works out to the advantage of the customers. Contrast this with Sierra Leone where customers have to literarily beg and offer to pay more to be transported. The ...

Honeymoon in The Gambia

A travel blog entry by lornabradley on Jul 17, 2012

... village children.

The whole day really was amazing. It was incredibly organised, with us always having some work to do. Both my husband and I felt like we got to know Gambia so much better in that one day than our previous time there. We got to see the local culture and learn more about the challenges the country face and got to meet some amazing people. It really was inspiring to see the great work the charity was doing and to get involved and help in a small way.
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What an excellent holiday!

A travel blog entry by mothman on Mar 02, 2012

... For taxi We spent 250D with backbacks to get from Banjul to Bakau, and same again to get from Bakau to Senegambia - I think it is possible to do cheaper, but with all our stuff we couldn't be bothered to have a too lengthy discussion! Both destinations about 20 mins away by car.

We went to international football match Gambia v Algeria which was quite an experience, although result (1-2) was a shame. Took green taxi from Bakau for 50D, and ...

Brufut Woods

A travel blog entry by howiegt on Feb 07, 2011

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After Tanji it was on to the well-known birding spot at Brufut Woods. The road to Brufut is bumpy to say the least but we got there easily thanks to Bully's driving.

As with all woods, Brufut could be in danger from its accessibility to provide firewood for the locals, but JJ (as he did at Tujering) explained to the machete wielding children ...