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Full-Day Keur Moussa Monastery and Kayar Fishing Village Tour from Dakar
"You will be picked up from your Dakar accommodation on a Sunday morning and taken to Keur Moussa Monastery for a memorable church service. You will witness a mass performed by the Keur Moussa monks. During the service The monastery echoes with the sounds of Gregorian chants sung by Benedictine monks accompanied on the traditional kora. Following the mass you may meet the monks and socialize a bit with the congregants before continuing your excursion to the nearby colorful fishing village of Kayar. Upon completion of your visit to the fishing village you will be returned to your accommodation in Dakar."""Keur Moussa Monastery echoes with the sounds of Gregorian chants sung by Benedictine monks accompanied on the traditional kora. The service is sung at 10a.m. on Sunday morning. This excursion includes a visit to the Kayar fishing village.title=Highlights&1=Enjoy+a+day+away+from+the+hustle+and+bustle+of+the+city&2=Family+friendly&3=Ideal+choice+for+families&4=Free+hotel+pickup+and+drop-off+included
From EUR119.00
 
City Tour of Dakar
"Your guide and driver will pick you up at your accommodation at the morning hour of your choosing. You will then begin your pleasant introduction to and thorough overview of Senegal's vibrant capital city of Dakar. Your stops will include the impressive one of Senegal's most important religious buildings and the beautiful Dakar Cathedral which gives another religious perspective to the city. You will then be taken to the IFAN Museum of African Arts one of West Africa's oldest museums before enjoying a stop at the African Renaissance Monument at 49 meters Africa's largest and tallest monument. Your tour will continue with a visit to the unforgettable Sandaga Market before concluding at Noflaye Beach. Adequate time for photography and exploration will be provided at each stop. Lunch is included as is retur
From EUR60.00
 
Surf Course in Gran Canaria
"These group lessons are going everyday from Monday till Saturday. Normally the lessons start in the morning with the pick up between 8.30h and 9.30h. The course is ending with a drop of at your hotel normally between 13.30h-14.30h.This school wil riding some waves. We are closely located to the southern beaches San Agustin and Playa del Ingles. Another advantage to joining this surf safari is getting the first pick of great surfing locations. Your knowledgeable instructors will take you t which means you get less map time and more wave time."""Explore the best spots of the island of Gran Canaria with your qualified instructors and learn how to surf at your own pace on some of the best beaches in the area.title=Highlights&1=Perfect+for+all+ages+and+skill+level&2=Enjoy+a+day+away+from+the+hustle+and+bustle+of+the+city&3=Popular+choice+with+kids&4=Free+hotel+pickup+and+drop-off+included&5=Led+by+a+local+guide&6=Once-in-a-Lifetime+Experience""
From EUR55.00

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Bakau is a old colonial village with a Botanical Garden, the Kachikalli Crocdile Pool (a sacred site) and a interresting fishing port, it could be a real nicke plane with a little bit of cleaning...
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Kotu Stream

The road that leads off to the Kombo Beach and a few other hotels crosses the Kotu Stream, and the bridge here is a popular spot for bird-watching. In fact, at 10.30 every morning you can come and...
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CHANGING MONEY

I got the best exchange rate in a beach bar. Ask around. Top Hotels give you the worst rate. Get a few Dalasi's at the airport for walking around money. The best currency to exchange is the British...
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Learn African jungle skills in Guinea Bissau

You can get a rare opportunity to live in a jungle village in Guinea Bissau, a country rarely travelled by Western tourists. Our Gambian friend, Lucas Jattacan arrange your visa and take you by bush...
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JUFFREH

Juffureh is a small village on the banks of the River Gambia. It was founded by the Taal family in 1455. It was made famous as the birthplace and home of Kunta Kinte, the slave who was taken from his...
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BARRA

Barra is one of the main ports in The Gambia. The ferry between here and Banjul is one of the few crossing points of the immense Gambia River, it is a main link between the North and South of the...
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JAMES ISLAND

James Island lies 20 miles from the sea, up the River Gambia. It measures 360 ft in length and 200 ft wide. The nearest land is 1 mile from the north shore at Albreda. The island was originally...
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BIJILO FOREST PARK

OPEN DAILY FROM 7am-6pmThe park is set in 125 acres of forest. Borassus palms line the 3 mile network of paths through the park. Here you will see the “green monkey” in abundance. This is the common...
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PARADISE BEACH

This restaurant and hotel complex is where I stayed for lunch during the 4 in 1 day tour. The food was a buffet and very nice. After lunch I sat in the shade on a deckchair, reading and drinking beer....
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MANGROVES

The Gambian mangroves run for 80 miles up the Gambian River. The roots of these trees are buried deep into the mud. The trees grow in salt water, they can grow up to 80 feet in height. A huge array of...
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THE RIVER GAMBIA

This is the 4th largest waterway in West Africa, it is 600 miles long.Salt deposits from the Atlantic Ocean travel up river for about 110 miles. The estuary at the mouth of the river is 12 miles wide,...
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KOTU STREAM

During the dry, summer months, the stream is not very wide, even at high tide. During the wet season it swells and cuts off part of Kotu beach.During the summer, at high tide, a young man with a small...
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KOTU BEACH AND POINT

The beach at Kotu is wonderful, from Kololi, the beach stretches for two miles northwards towards Kotu and Kotu stream ( a small river that cuts off the beach at high tide). This is the most populated...
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FAJARA WAR CEMETERY

The cemetery holds 200 graves, the casualties of World War II.I took a taxi from my hotel to the Cemetery, the cost was 500 Dalsis (£10). This included 2 hours waiting time.My father served in Africa...
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