Food is ok in the kololi area. There are quite some restaurants, but all of them are rather expensive, compared to the price, the locals pay for their food. So best is, to get out of the crowded areas and try to find a small restaurant more inland. You can ask assistance from an officlal tourist guide.
Did not visit nightclubs or discs. Went to some great open air dances. These were advertised on telegraph poles around the markets.
Good music, friendly people, no hassles.
Dress Code: Modest dress, basically the western version of the local dress.
Visit the restaurante and nightclub SIR WILLIAM for just taking a drink and dancing it´s a hot nice place where you meet people from the whole world.
If you want to look on or for girls you just have to sit down on the small bar/restarant and disco The Weels in the dark African night , have a coce or beer just relaxeing and enjoy the nightlife passing through and if you want to dance just go inside to the disco where you meet new friends of both sexes.
And dont miss the very popular Discotec Spy Bar where you can meet all kinds of new friends of both sexes.
The Gambian nightlife is rather safe and if you behave yourself and being gentel to the Gambians you get a lot of friends many for life , but if you are drunk and unpleasant
there is like in all countrys you can get in troubble with the lokal population.
Trawell always thinking 'treat people as you want to be treaten' then it´s 'GAMBIA NO PROBLEM'.
Small tip weare always a flashlight in your pocket thers no streelighting outside Banjul so the African night is total but beautiful.
Dress Code: It´s up to you and the weather,but never shorts just normal dressing for the weather and season.
And never visit gambian restaurantes clubs or discotecs eveningtimes dressed like you came directly from the beach,our friends in Gambia always dress properly course
they are muslims and we have to respect that.
Remember we are guests in their country and have to act like that.
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