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Things to do in Serekunda, GM

Abuko Nature Reserve
Abuko Nature Reserve

The reserve is particularly famous for its Nile crocodiles and other slithering types such as pythons, puff adders, green mambas, spitting cobras and forest cobras. The compact area of Abuko teems with birds including sunbirds, green hylias, African goshawks, oriole warblers, yellowbills and leafloves.

Bijilo Forest Park
Bijilo Forest Park

This small 51-hectare reserve makes for a lovely escape. A series of well-maintained walking trails (ranging from 900m to 1400m) takes you through lush vegetation, gallery forest, low bush and grass, towards the dunes. You'll likely see green vervet, red colobus and patas monkeys – avoid feeding them, as this only encourages them further.

Buffer Zone Park,
Buffer Zone Park,

The Banjul to Serekunda or Tallinding and to the Buffer Zone stretches are now D12 while any point immediately after the Buffer Zone is D10. Westfield to Tabokoto remains D5 for both vans and town taxis.

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Craft Market
Craft Market

The former village of Serrekunda market town (also spelt Serekunda) is the Gambia's largest town, and its name means the 'home of the Sayer family' (Sayer Kunda), named after its 19th century founder, Sayerr Jobe, a Wolof royal from Koki, Senegal.

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Kachikally Museum and Crocodile Pool
Kachikally Museum and Crocodile Pool

Destinations nearby to Kachikally Museum and Crocodile Pool include Bakau, Bakau NDing, Cape Point and Bakau Kunku. Landmarks in the area include University of The Gambia, Serekunda Hospital and Denton Bridge.

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Katchikali Sacred Crocodile Pool
Katchikali Sacred Crocodile Pool

The Kachikally Crocodile Pool (also known as Katchikally or Katchikali) is in a 9 acre site in the southern section of Bakau Old Town, Kombo St. Mary District of The Gambia, and is 12 km to the west of the Banjul capital.

Monkey Park
Monkey Park

The monkey park is also known as the Bigilo forest park near Senegambia beach hotel. It is a forest near by Kololi where you can spot two out of three kind of monkeys we have in the Gambia and these are the green velvet monkey friendly and the red colobus which have red belly and grey back and are always on the trees.

QCITY
QCITY

Where is Tujereng? Tujereng is situated in the region Western in Gambia!

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Salagi Forest Park
Salagi Forest Park

Destinations nearby to Salagi Forest Park include Pateh Ya, Mariama Kunda, Jarbang and Ker Bakary. Landmarks in the area include Bolong Fenyo Community Wildlife Reserve, Banjul International Airport, Serekunda Hospital and University of The Gambia.

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Tanji Bird Reserve
Tanji Bird Reserve

TouristLink members rank Tanji, Brufut and Kololi as the top places to visit in Tanji Bird Reserve. Find information on places to visit in Tanji Bird Reserve as well as 25 places to visit in Gambia, 5916

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