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The Gambia – for crocodile pools, handicrafts and indulgent eco-lodges

21/11/2017 11:54

Written by Bradt Travel Guides

Didn't think it was possible to get a taste of Africa in a long weekend? Think again.

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The Stone Circles of Senegambia

21/11/2017 11:35

Written by Philip Briggs

Author Philip Briggs explores these ancient stone circles, each one reminiscent of a miniature Stonehenge, which form one of Africa’s most enigmatic and intriguing archaeological relicts.

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Alex Haley, Juffureh and the Roots saga

21/11/2017 11:26

Written by Philip Briggs

The Roots Tour to Juffureh and environs remains one of the most popular excursions from the resorts that line the coast south of Banjul thanks to Aley Haley’s Roots.

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Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Project

21/11/2017 10:55

Written by Philip Briggs

Author Philip Briggs describes the work of The Gambia’s Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Project.

 

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What’s in a name? A historical tour of Freetown

21/11/2017 10:32

Written by Katrina Manson and James Knight

Uncover the international influences of Freetown’s past with our historical tour of the capital.

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Bunce Island

20/11/2017 14:14

Written by Katrina Manson & James Knight

Bunce Island is arguably the single most important former slave site for African Americans. Katrina Manson and James Knight explain why.

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Hunting for witches

19/11/2017 10:38

Written by Katrina Manson and James Knight

With a fearsome reputation and spellbinding show, the special powers of the Shenge will leave you mesmerised.

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Survival and strength

17/11/2017 10:29

Written by Katina Manson and James Knight

The only thing that matches the horror of the civil war is the tales of hope and determination that have come out of it. Bambay Sawaneh’s story is one of them.

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Seven reasons to visit Sierra Leone

13/11/2017 13:56

Written by Bradt Travel Guides

From stunning beaches to incredible wildlife watching opportunities, there's plenty of reasons to visit Sierra Leone. 

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Welcome to the world, St Helena

26/10/2017 08:46

Written by Tricia Hayne

After countless delays and postponements, the first flight to St Helena has finally touched down on rocky soil. There's never been a better time to plan a visit.

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