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Nice museum, impressive peace of history

We were in Kuntaur and we had some hours to spend around, so we decided to walk here, the walk... read more

Reviewed 14 June 2018
Barcelona, Spain
Worth to visit

These are amazing. Especially when you love history. Very good is to take a guide who will tell a... read more

Reviewed 25 February 2018
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North Bank Road | Near Kuntaur, Central River Division, Serekunda, Gambia
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Reviewed 14 June 2018

We were in Kuntaur and we had some hours to spend around, so we decided to walk here, the walk itself was very nice, through the towns and rice fields, but when we arrived here we were warmly received by the local guide of the...More

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Reviewed 25 February 2018 via mobile

These are amazing. Especially when you love history. Very good is to take a guide who will tell a lot of interesting. Very nice place to visit and get some new knowledges about local culture and history.

1  Thank travellerew
Reviewed 7 February 2018

North Bank and in a day trip for most visitors. The roads are bad and in a non AC car it gets very hot. Advantage with a car and an informed driver you will get to few other places, stop where you want and he/she...More

2  Thank Nightowl0808
Reviewed 10 December 2017

It was such a treat to visit the stone circles and talk with the Stone Man of the Gambia. He is such an interesting guy with a fascinating life, interesting stories, and an obviously kind heart. I wish I had more time to read through...More

1  Thank dclemurgrrl
Reviewed 4 October 2017

I'm sure it's fascinating. You're told it's fascinating, and it's a heritage site so it must be. I found it hard to conjure up very much, if only because you're blasted by the heat of the sun - which I'm sure says a lot about...More

1  Thank Andrew M
Reviewed 25 April 2017

We drove from Farafenni to Wassu (Farafenni is about 3 hours away from the Kombo/Serrukunda, including a crossing at Barra). The journey took us about 2 - 2.5 hours. We made the mistake of not leaving for Wassu at crack of dawn, so the heat...More

3  Thank LondonTraveller848
Reviewed 31 January 2017

This was our first stop on our Gambia river cruise and it was good to stretch our legs. We were met by the "stone king" who told us about the importance of the number 7. We then read the posters in the small museum to...More

Thank jo l
Reviewed 18 December 2016

We visited these stone circles during our voyage by boat along the River Gambia. We were taken in a beaten up bus that didn't manage to make it back again (they found us another bus). The stone circles are in the middle of the countryside...More

Thank 69Heather
Reviewed 17 November 2016

Interesting little museum with background information and the stone circles are well kept. 50 dalasai entrance fee.

Thank DaveinNorthWales
Reviewed 20 April 2016 via mobile

We visited as part of a two day tour to Georgetown and was worth a look at the history of Gambia and also to see the stones that are on the bank notes.

Thank Ekkkk
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