Welcome to our October’s issue! Welcome to The Gambia!
We are ready to welcome you to The Smiling Coast more than ever. Changed regulations will surely motivate many of you to come earlier than you had planned to. Even those for whom the rules have not changed, we still encourage you to plan your holidays as it seems that the winter season will be better than we thought.
For this issue, we prepared a video invitation for you. The Gambia is welcoming people from all over the world with its charm and beauty, diverse wildlife, a wide selection of accommodation places, restaurants, places to enjoy in nature, river trips, cultural and historical spots, activities, sports, and so much more.
You will meet a German travel journalist who is promoting The Gambia for the German-speaking market, our first-year review of our work and insight into the life of 2 Slovenians who are co-creating the magazine, Viva La Gambia collaboration businesses part lll and our regular Through the eyes of Mam Jarra column, Amy’s podcast from Kafuta and Melissa’s Yoga bliss blog.
In the “Top of the month” section, you will get a recipe for cherreh with sour milk, learn about avocado, Pied Kingsfisher and the beach of the month, Bijilo Beach.
We explored Kasuami Beach Resort, Bintang Bolong Lodge, 18 holes golf course, Villa Roula restaurant and El Sol Mexican Cuisine & Steakhouse. Agata has joined us in the “Behind the lens” section with her amazing photos of The Gambia.
In the section “Learn About” you will learn about 10 biggest mistakes of young designers from Yaws Corner, the first edition of Kora international festival, Serer tribe, Community Based Tourism in Janjanbureh, tips about how to fit into the Gambian culture during your stay, fish ket as street food, braiding in The Gambia, salt production and Kankurang Festival 2022.
In the section “My Charity”, there are many interesting articles. Volunteer Lea shared her experience from The Gambia and her work in a local nursery during summer camp, Caring4Mobility shared a new story from the village and community work they do, CETAG talked about the turtle project, Smiling Child of The Gambia shared 3 documentaries about the school and children’s stories, APS made a borehole in Dibba Kunda and Maitri wrote about education system in The Gambia.
“In Focus” section offers news about reopened places, Growing Green Communities event, National Geographic’s article about Ninki Nanka, Photographer of the year award and some giveaways for our followers.
Enjoy reading, listening, and watching.