Tendaba Camp & Kiang West National Park
Kiang West National Park is one of the largest and most important wildlife reserves in the Gambia. It was declared a national park in 1987 and is located on the south bank of the River Gambia.
The park provides habitats for various birds, reptiles and wildlife
An easy-to-reach viewpoint, within the boundaries of Kiang West National Park on the south bank, is Toubab Kollon, from where an escarpment follows the river. Its view over woodlands makes a fine spot for watching birds, particularly early in the morning.
Tendaba Camp in Tendaba village has been open since the 1970s and is the most established base for trips to the national park.
Trips & Tours To Tendaba, Kiang West National Park
Hotel Pick Up 7 – 7.30 am
Drive through Brikama, Madina Ba, Bulock to Sibanor 120 minutes
Visit to Sibanor Market 30 minutes
Drive to Kalaji for lunch 60 minutes
Drive through Kwinela to Tendaba Camp 60 minutes
Pick up from hotel at 8 am for a 2 hour cruise through the mangroves on the River Gambia to see crocodiles and different species of birds such as the African Jacana, wimbrels and cormorants.
Slow drive back to the Kombos for arrival at your hotel by 6 pm