Annual Gunjur International Bird Fair and Ecotourism Conference Postponed

Every year, Eco Travel Gambia looks forward to connecting with environmental enthusiasts, government officials, diplomats, development practitioners, tourists, community leaders, and friends to network, address, and share best practices of environmental protection, ecological conservation, and ecotourism development at the Annual Gunjur International Bird Fair and Ecotourism Conference.

This year’s conference event, set to take place on February 20th and 21st, 2021 is officially postponed in light of the current coronavirus pandemic. Unfortunately, the global outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) means no large-gatherings to prevent further spread of the virus. For that reason, Eco Travel Gambia has made the difficult decision to postpone the annual Gunjur International Bird Fair and Ecotourism Conference until 2022.

This was a tough decision they made and while they know this is disappointing, they want to assure you that your health and safety are our utmost concern. Given the existing WHO recommendations to limit the size of meetings and gatherings, they do not want to risk anyone’s health.

Along the aforementioned lines, they will be factoring in additional safety measures for their 2022 events to address any continuing concerns arising from COVID-19. More details about 2022 events will be provided over the next several months.

They give thanks to all their members, sponsors, and partners for their continued support and participation in the annual conference. They deeply appreciate every single bit of everyone’s continued support.

MyGambia will collaborate with Eco Travel Gambia for international promotion of Annual Gunjur International Bird Fair and Ecotourism Conference 2022.  

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