Contact Address Details:
Bird Watching Tours
Company Head Office: Cutter House
1560 Parkway, Solent Business Park
Fareham, Hampshire, PO15 7AG, UK
Tel no: +44 01489 866939
(hotel bookings & flight reservations)
Fax no: +44 0845 330 2045
Contact Address in Gambia:
The Gambia Experience
c/o Senegambia Beach Hotel
PO Box 2373 Banjul
The Gambia, West Africa
Tel no: +220 4461104 / 4460317
with the Gambia Experience bird watchers from the UK will
take a trip to different habitats for the best chance of spotting
the broadest range of bird species, including tours to Abuko
Nature Reserve in the Kombo North/Saint Mary District. Here
you can see African darters, bee-eaters, and Hammerkops.
You can also go on walking tours of Kotu Stream and it outlying
bird habitats such as rice fields and a trip by boat, allowing
you to see aquatic birds with the possibility of seeing the
occasional bottle-nose dolphin in the Gambia River estuary.
There is also the option of visiting and staying in the Makasutu
Culture Forest. Birdwatching tour prices are in addition to
your holiday package price.
Suso Bird Watching Tours
He has over 25 years of experience bird watching
in Gambia and is knowledgeable about the various habitats
and where to find rare bird species. He has been called one
of the best bird watchers and guides in The Gambia. There
are 3 day birdwatching tours headed by Malick.
For 3 days you will be taken to a selection of bird habitats.
At Kotu Stream and it's outlying area you can see a large
variety of waders, some kingfishers, and perhaps a hard to
find bittern. At the Tanji Karinti Bird Reserve you may see
up to four tern species plus a batch of other coastal species
and sea birds. While at Brufut Woods you can spot long-tailed
nightjars and white-faced scops owl. Whilst at the nature
reserve at Abuko you can see lanner falcon and numerous other
* Note: Gambia Experiences itinerary and tour prices may change
from time to time so do please check with the tour operator
before a booking a birdwatching holiday to Gambia, West Africa.
* Make sure you bring along your latest bird watching equipment
such as a good pair of power binoculars, tripod, bird spotting
scope, and other accessories such as field guides to the birds
of The Gambia.