Senegal Treasure Island

An adventure trip to Jinack Island don’t forget your passports (Winter Only).

A full day excursion to the treasure island Janack, taking you through the countryside of The Gambia and neighbouring Senegal.

The day kicks off with an early morning trip to Banjul to experience the hustle and bustle of the port before embarking on the ferry for the 45 minute crossing to Barra on the North Bank of The River Gambia. Fery times can be erratic and are ofton crowded.

After our rendez-vous with our 4WD truck and a quick breakfast stop our journey continues to the short distance to the Senegalise border crossing where you will go through passport control at the village of Bakindakotu. Then after a scenic 30-45 minute we arrive at Janack island where a beach picnic lunch has been prepared for us. We recommend sensible walking shoes and sun hat and protection and try not to use open sandals as the sand can be quite hot.

After lunch there is time to chill out and maybe take a dip in the sea before setting off back to the otherside of the island to catch the boat back for our return journey. We arrive back at your hotel between 6pm and 8pm.

NB: DO NOT FORGET YOUR PASSPORTS. Non-Eu passport holders will require a visa, which must be applied for in person and takes around 3 working days approximately.

West African Tours We show you the very best that Gambia has to offer in adventure, cultural, bird watching, fishing, roots, sports fishing, four wheel drive, safari and day tours. We also offer Senegal, Ghana and Mali tours.

Enjoy Your Gambia Experience With Us!
220 449 5258
watours@qanet.gm
watours@gamtel.gm
watours@gmail.com
www.westafricantours.com/

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