Gambia Accomodation

The Gambia offers a wide variety of accommodation to suit all pockets. Most hotels in the tourist sector are well suited to short-term holidays, ranging from basic to luxury accommodation.

The fact that it is just 6 flying hours time and the same time zone give The Gambia an advantage over most other winter destinations, being English speaking and with fuarenteed winter sun. The Gambia has become an ever increasing popular winter destination for the past 25 years. The Gambia caters for all sectors.


For those who prefer to travel independently there are more specialised accomodations offering eco lodges, which stretch out along the Gambia’s beautiful coastline and river banks. There is no reason to sacrifice your comforts if you prefer to book your own accommodation. There are many small Independant hotels and guest houses, which offer comfortable accommodations too.


The close link Gambia has with Europe has meant many people choose to stay in The Gambia for longer periods of time. Many retired and semi-retired people who choose to be a sunbird avoiding Europe during the cold winter months to stay in The Gambia. Many of the independent establishments offer long-term self-catering accommodation.


Do make sure if you decide to buy or rent property that you use reputable Estate Agents or Property Developers.

Enjoy your Gambia Holidays!

Our members are involved in Gambian restaurants, tours, excursions, eco-tourism, car rentals, and shops within the vibrant Gambia Tourism Industry.
Please visit our website www.ttag.gm

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