Our initial story is based on our long-term activities in the field of education, sustainable tourism and knowledge exchange. We live and breathe The Gambia and we are here to bring that experience to you. We want to put The Gambia on a world tourism map as a destination, which can offer a wide range of sights, tastes, sounds and feelings. 

We are an international team of individuals who share many years of experience in the field of tourism, love to The Gambia and a wish that The Gambia becomes known destination for travellers looking for meaningful travel destinations. Our team is multicultural, multilingual and passionate about Gambia’s wildlife and cultural beauty. 

Think of us as your personal assistant in The Gambia. We will provide a wide range of information, all in one place and help you find a perfect type of holiday for you. We will expand a casual sun sea and sand vacation into an amazing experience that you will keep as a memory for life. 

We are creating a platform where every tourist provider can offer their services and every traveller find their choice. We are exposing every secret corner and sharing stories of each individual who is a part of this amazing destination. We are doing our best to preserve tradition and nature and to encourage responsible tourism in The Gambia. 

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Bitz Photography, documenting lives of Gambian people

Mohammed Bittaye, 24 years old young professional photographer (although he said he would not call himself as such) graduated from the University of The Gambia, got his BSE in Biology but discovered his passion for photography. Today, he owns a company called Bitz Photography, which he established 2 years ago. While doing wedding photography and portraits, he dreams of becoming world-known photographer with a legacy.

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Growing a Green Gambia: Plant our future

In June, we joined the 2nd Growing a Green Gambia event at the MyFarm – Gambia StartUp at Nema Kunku. This time, the topic was »Plant our future«, and the main focus was on the younger generation. Again, there were a lot of workshops, guest speakers and eco-friendly products on stalls.

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