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Grab your binoculars for Egyptian Plover, African Finfoot, Shining-blue Kingfisher, Red-throated Bee-eater, Zebra Waxbill and African Shrike-flycatcher sightings.
- Stroll along Cape Point Beach’s superb coastline in Bakau.
- Drift through mangrove creeks around Tendaba.
- Taste The Gambia’s traditional cuisine, such as chicken yassa, benachin, or fish caldo.
- Visit Juffureh, where you will visit the native village of the slave Kunta Kinteh, made famous by the novel and miniseries “Roots,” which recounts the events of the transatlantic slave trade.
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Dan & Meg Butz
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