GMD: Gambian dalasi
Kotu, Gambia at a Glance
One of Gambia’s most popular tourist spots, Kotu holidays provide a wide range of attractions. The natural beauty of the area attracts guests of all ages. The beach area is a fantastic place to relax and soak up the African sun. It offers a great atmosphere in the evenings with great bars and restaurants drawing people in.
Kotu and the surrounding areas are popular with bird watchers, as well as other wildlife lovers. The varied ecology attracts lots of interesting species. If you wish to explore the area by yourself you can rent bikes from most hotels. Other attractions nearby include: - Kotu craft market is a great place to pick up traditional African souvenirs, locally produced goods and clothes. - Enjoy a delicious meal in one of the many restaurants in the resort. - Take a relaxing trip up the Gambia River, while enjoying the swamps, mangroves and local wildlife.
Family Holidays in Kotu
The area offers a range of attractions making it a great destination for families, couples and groups. Take a trip to the Kachically Crocodile Farm, where you can feed the crocs by hand, definitely a memorable experience. If you just want to relax then you can unwind at the beach, enjoy a drink at the beach bars and head to the resorts clubs in the evening.
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