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I visited Gambia in January then went back again in february. What a great break! Met the nicest people. My tour guide has become a good friend and was so helpful while I was out there. He even bought me presents when I left! Please...More
After holidaying in The Gambia for over 14 years it still upsets me when I read the reviews about the tourist saying that the sun beds are free. The boys who bring out your sun beds and mattress are not paid by the bar/restaurant they...More
Okay there's palm trees , gentle sloping sands and fairly warm water (April) The rainy season is approaching so the winds were starting to brew up making quite large breakers on the shore. So nearly ideal but quite a lot of rubbish gets washed up...More
Gorgeous views of the Atlantic tied in with a range of beachfront bars and restaurants make Kotu Beach well worth a trip along. You can stop off along the way for a freshly prepared fruit juice, ride along the beach on a horse or quad...More
Lovely long beach to walk along with places to stop for refreshment and food.
Shells to collect,soft sand and warm water to swim and paddle in.
Locals fishing and selling fresh fruit juices and handmade items.
Look forward to coming back soon.
I spent 2 weeks at Kotu Beach and it is a great place to have easy going vacation.
Beach is peaceful although quite windy and you can really relax there. There is few restaurants close to the beach so you can easily grab a lunch...More