Full Day Tour Of Banjul, Capital City Of The Gambia


Banjul is the capital of The Gambia and only has around 60,000, making it the smallest capital in Africa. The reason why Banjul is so small is because of it’s location, on a peninsula at the mouth of the Gambia river.

In 1816, the British founded Banjul as a trading post and base for suppressing the slave trade. It was first named Bathurst after Henry Bathurst, the secretary of the British Colonial Office, but was changed to Banjul in 1973.

Attractions in the city include the Gambian National Museum, the Albert Market, Banjul State House, Banjul Court House, two cathedrals and several major mosques.

Trips and Tours to Banjul, Capital City Of The Gambia

Hotel Pick Up 9 – 9.30 am
Drive to Banjul 25 minutes
Visit to the National Assembly Building
Visit to Arch 22 for a spectacular ariel view of Banjul
Short walk to the National Museum, Royal Victoria Teaching Hospital, St Mary’s Cathedral through Independence Square to the Albert Market and on to the ferry terminal and the sea port.
Lunch at King Shawarma
Visit to Banjul Jewelry Quarter to see gold and silver smiths at work
Return to hotel through around 6pm.