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Pool, ocean, food and music on a Sunday

My Magazine 2022/03
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Each and every Sunday, Tamala Beach Resort transforms its restaurant with an ocean view into a spectacular brunch experience. It’s a not-to-be-missed event, sought out by chic travellers and locals alike.

Tamala Beach Resort is one of the most popular beach resorts in The Gambia, offering peaceful and relaxed stays sprinkled with a taste of luxury. Located on Kotu Beach, this adults-only hotel offers unspoilt sea views combined with a charming embrace of turquoise pools in the heart of the place.

There is a different combination of tastes prepared for you each time. With the live cooking station, you can select your preference for grilled meat and seafood. Enjoy the taste of the vast choice of refreshing salads in combination with international and local dishes created from the finest ingredients. Don’t miss out on the mouthwatering desserts prepared by the skilled team of the in-house patisserie. Top up your Sunday meal with the selection of the finest wines available.

Live band heightens a harmonious atmosphere while enjoying the spectacular view, sun and ocean breeze.

Sunday brunch happens every Sunday from 1 PM to 5 PM. Included in the ticket is also swimming pool access and private beach access so you can enjoy your day to the fullest.

 

Price: D 1500

No reservation is needed.

Tamala Beach Resort

Tamala Resort located on the sandy beach of Kotu, just a short drive from Banjul Airport and is the ideal choice for those seeking a relaxing and self...
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