Basse Santa Su Travel Guide

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Basse Santa Su Things to Do

  • Religious buildings

    The Gambia Governenment Constitution provides the freedom of religion, and the Government generally respects this right.It seems people can live in harmony within their local community respecting the next without problems regarding ones religioun or belief. Generally amicable relationship among religions in society contributed to religious freedom.

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  • Traditional straw buildings

    On the picture you can see the use people give to straw to make houses. They actually look very nice and create a interesting view.On the picture you also have the tower of a mosque.

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  • Catholic church

    This is another religiuos building, a Catholic church.The Christian community predominantly is Roman Catholic; there also are several Protestant denominations, including Anglicans, Methodists, Baptists, Seventh-Day Adventists, Jehovah's Witnesses, and various small Protestant evangelical denominations.

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Basse Santa Su Local Customs

  • Local farms

    This is the view of a farm while the sun goes down.Usually people live inside hosues with all their family members. there is no such thing of wach in each house.

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  • Bushfires

    There are some people that studied these fenomenon better than I actually did. So I took the information from a specialized agriculture site. http://www.afrol.com/Countries/Gambia/backgr_landuse.htm"...Bushfires are in general caused by human activities, and are ignited deliberately or accidentally. Deliberately ignited fires are set to prepare new...

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Basse Santa Su Warnings and Dangers

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    by johnsakura Written Jun 1, 2004

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    This should be enough to scare you to take you car to Gambia. The low South bank is the only place in the country where you have asfalt connecting villages and town, but the condition of this asfalt made me actually change that asfalt for sand and dirt roads in the north bank. I just got a few problems on my car due to these big holes on the road.

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Basse Santa Su Off The Beaten Path

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    by johnsakura Written Jun 1, 2004

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    Around the area of Basse Santa Su you have huge amounts of palm trees. Actually all over the country you'll find palm trees. They grow by the river.

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  • Side road view

    This is how the road heading Georgetown in Janjanbureh Island looks like. The first cities geting in the country coming from Senegal are first the border one Sabi, after Basse Santa Su and next is Bansang. All this the Fuladu region.

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  • Centre town

    Basse Santa Su has a very well know market full of shops with artisnas which creat amazing art pieces. West African Arts, crafts and traditional textiles. This marked was housed back in 1906 has a trading post on the river next to the ferry.

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