ALKAMBA- Gambia's Ultimate Travel & Tour Operator

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About Alkamba

ALKAMBA COMPANY has become a well-known Tour and Travel operator in Gambia. We offer services in: Excursions, Tour Packages, Vehicle rental, Conferences, Airport Transfers & Protocol Services, Ticketing & Reservation...and much more. We organize Excursions to many countries such as Senegal, Nigeria, Ghana, Mali, Gambia, Guinea Bissau, Sierra Leone and United States of America. Contact us at the earliest to enjoy the vacation of your dream.

What We Do

*We also specialize in organizing conferencesmeetings and workshops.

Your first time Visiting Gambia?

West Africa’s Gambia is home to historic slave forts, wildlife, sun, sand, sea, nature and varied cultural experience and of which this unique country has plenty as well as some of the Africa’s  brightest tourist markets.

This small country in Western Africa has become more popular recently as a beach destination for European, American and African travelers. From the lively city bars and clubs to lush national parks abounding with birds and golden beaches just waiting to be enjoyed, Gambia is a dynamic destination to meet with enthusiasm and energy.


watch local WRESTLING

Modern traditional wrestling is one of the oldest traditional sports in Gambia and wrestling festivals are a common occurrence. Leg locks are permitted but there are no patterned arm or head locks, or complicated points system. The object of the game is simply to throw one's opponent to the ground. The first wrestler down in the bout loses the contest.


Starting from Denton Bridge at the entrance of capital Banjul, we set out cruising along River Gambia with opportunity for sun bath, fishing and swimming at river bank. Buffet lunch and drinks is served on board.

Visit a local market

The Gambia is home to several hustling and bustling markets, all providing a great insight into day-to-day Gambian life, as well as the opportunity to buy some souvenirs to bring home. The craft market in Bakau is one of the best, where you can find beautiful woodcarvings for your sitting room.

Meet wildlife in The Gambia’s nature reserves

Holidays to The Gambia will provide some great wildlife-spotting opportunities for those who have packed their binoculars. Numerous intriguing nature habitats are dotted around the country, including the Abuko Nature Reserve and Kachikally Crocodile Pool. Green Vervet monkeys are a common sight in hotel grounds, proving you’ll never be too far away from some Gambian wildlife.



Bissau is the capital city of Guinea-Bissau, on the coast of West Africa. It's near the point where the Geba River meets the Atlantic Ocean. Bissau Velho, the old city center, is filled with decaying Portuguese colonial buildings.


Dakar is the capital of Senegal, in West Africa. It’s an Atlantic port on the Cap-Vert peninsula. Its traditional Médina quarter is home to the Grande Mosquée, marked by a towering minaret.


Accra is the capital of Ghana, on the Atlantic coast of West Africa. Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park honors Ghana’s first president, who helped lead the country to independence.


Lagos, Nigeria’s largest city, sprawls inland from the Gulf of Guinea across Lagos Lagoon. Victoria Island, the financial center of the metropolis, is known for its beach resorts, boutiques and nightlife. To the north, Lagos Island is home to the National Museum Lagos, displaying cultural artifacts and craftworks.


Banjul is the capital city of the Gambia, a small West African country bordered by Senegal. The city sits on an island where the Gambia River meets the Atlantic Ocean. Its colonial buildings include the National Museum, dedicated to Gambian culture and history. Vendors at the lively Albert


Bamako is the capital and largest city of Mali, with a population of 1.8 million. In 2006, it was estimated to be the fastest growing city in Africa and sixth-fastest in the world. It is located on the Niger River, near the rapids that divide the upper and middle Niger valleys in the southwestern part of the country.


For every season, get connected and be updated with top travel deals and discounted / promotional fares of different travel products; inclusive of Flight Tickets, Hotels, Tour Packages and other exciting tour services to the smiling coast of Western Africa: Gambia.

Serekunda is a sprawling urban area in the Gambia, a small West African country bordered by Senegal. In town, the huge Serekunda Market sells local produce and textiles. The nearby Atlantic coast is known for its beaches and resort villages, which run south from Bakau to Kotu and Kololi. In Bakau, the Kachikally Crocodile Pool offers close encounters. Lively bars and restaurants cluster on Kololi’s beachfront strip.
Bakau is a town on the Atlantic coast of Gambia, west of Gambia’s capital city of Banjul. It is known for its botanical gardens, its crocodile pool Bakau Kachikally and for the beaches at Cape Point. Bakau is the first major suburb outside Banjul and the most developed town in the Gambia. Close to Bakau and Banjul is Gambia’s largest city, Serekunda.
Banjul is the capital city of the Gambia, a small West African country bordered by Senegal. The city sits on an island where the Gambia River meets the Atlantic Ocean. Its colonial buildings include the National Museum, dedicated to Gambian culture and history. Vendors at the lively Albert Market sell colorful textiles and local produce. 

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Testimonials / What Our Clients Say & Our 2018 Awards!

Alkamba Tours are so good and excellent that they deserve a review. We did 3 tours with them and each of the tours were a great experience and fun and very well organised. They pick you up at your hotel and look after you the whole day, the guides and drivers are ALL great people, enthusiastic, having fun with their guests and themselves and take care of every individual and their needs.
Esther John
We took a trip with Alkamba Tours to a North Senegal wildlife park. We borded a ferry at Banjul terminal. We borded the Jeep to the border where we met absolutely friendly immigration officials and the hassles taken care of by company officials.We were constantly supplied with cold drinks in the heat, snacks and later lunch. I really recommend them.
Andrew UK1967