Banjul

Aug 28, 2019 - Aug 29, 2019

2 guests - 1 room

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What are travelers saying about Banjul?

9.8
Adventure Travelers
6.8
Family Travelers
6.7
Backpackers
Member reviews (12)
donna  storey
donna storey
1/8/19

wstayed at palm beach but spent all of our time at kunta kinte next bar to the beach all the lads on the beach who work doing the beds. Are fantastic Abraham(the tall one with dreads), Denis, lamin they made our holiday I would reccommend asking for them at kunta kinte they spent all holiday with our son. They work all day moving beach beds and helping people on the beach and only get what tips you put in the box and share between 6 so if you go please don't forget to tip these boys as that is there food for the day this as been the best holiday ever. And just booked for Xmas for 3 weeks staying at kunta kinte bungalows. please go you will not regret it thank you Donna x

Rachel S
Rachel SBerlin, Germany
8/26/13

Banjul, filled with charming colonial buildings and one of the largest seaside markets in West Africa, exudes an irresistible charm. It has many historical monuments and is -- save for some pickpocketing at Albert Market -- overall safe for tourists to walk around.

Erris
ErrisLondon, UK
11/6/12

My brother and I stayed in a eco lodge called Footsteps. The guy who owns it is really fun. The food was fantastic as it was very close to the sea. From the lodge we could walk to the beach and have lunch on the beach by a fishing village. Gambia transport is incredibly slow they call is "Gambia time" because it is all so slow. It is a very poor area, that makes their money from peanuts and peanut oil. Banjul has hurly burly markets, that sell stuff you are likely to find in camden market. It is an experience in its self because you are walking across a long sand road, that when the wind blows everything gets sandy. I would recommend taking taxis (and haggling for them) because the buses are sooo slow. The gambian people are very friendly and they will all ways greet you. Sometimes they do hassle you but they never mean it in a dangerous way.

Jayne Barlow
Jayne BarlowMansfield, Nottinghamshire
1/6/17

great place to visit. lots of things to see you wouldnt see anywere else.in their real habitats.most of people are great and ready to share their lives,food ect with you.not a dressy up place so be prepared to get a little grubby. excellent holiday.

FAQs

The least expensive month is June, with an average of AED 139 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Banjul is November, with an average price of AED 179 per night.
The average price of a hotel in August last year was AED 170 per night. This is 3% more than the average nightly price of AED 164 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Banjul, the expected average temperature in August is 27.3°C/81.1°F. The warmest month is typically March, which averages 34.5°C/94.1°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging 17.6°C/63.7°F.
The nearest airport to Banjul is Banjul (BJL) (14.98km).

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