Solent Business Park
Hampshire, PO15 7AG
+44 0845 330 2060
+44 0845 330 2045
Contact Address in Gambia:
The Gambia Experience Resort Office
c/o Senegambia Beach Hotel
PO Box 2373
+220 4461104 / 4460317
Flight / Reservations Information.
Fax: +220 4464788
Admin: +220) 4463867 (Holidays)
Customer Relations: (220) 4463864
Senegambia Hotel Office Hours:
Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 1pm
What They Offer:
||Lowest price guarantee on flights in the summer.
||A total of 19 hotels on offer from budget to
||3, 4, 7, 10, 11, 14 nights and longer holidays
||Specialist Tours and Excursions Birdwatching,
fishing, sailing and tailor-made itineraries
Upgraded Premium flights from Gatwick
Carbon Offset Scheme: Every tree planted will offset the
equivalent of 0.5 tonnes of CO2 over a 20 year period.
Flight Schedules Winter /
Spring 2013 / 2014:
The Gambia Experience
has a number of holiday flights
a week with departures from 3 UK airports to Banjul during the winter
They operate a twice weekly summer flights on on Tuesdays and Fridays
Gatwick. There is the
choice of flight ticket only (one way or return) with flexible
durations of up to 6 months as well as Premium Class upgrades from
Economy with your hotel.
Timetable / Flight Times:
(5-star AITO) is the market leader of the tour operators to Gambia whose
parent company is Serenity Holidays Ltd. Serenity was established in
1984 and was bought in 1987 by an Isle of Man accountant Stephen Wilde
and his wife Sandra, who launched Gambia Experience in the same year.
They started by offering a few seats a week. Today, they have more
flights from Britain and more
hotels offered than by any other tour
operator; its resort staff is the largest and most knowledgeable and
its commitment to the country is unsurpassed. In 2008 they celebrated
20 years of travelling to The Gambia.
Over the past 20 years the owners, Stephen & Sandra Wilde, along
with their staff, have developed a large knowledge of The Gambia,
building relationships with hoteliers and can now offer many
properties or room types exclusively. They have a permanent team in The
Gambia and UK based staff regularly visit the country. Some members of
staff have worked for the company for over 18 years.
bloodless coup of 1994 all the other tour operators evacuated their
tourist clients out of the country and cancelled their hotel
contracts. Only The Gambia Experience remained operating a once weekly
flight from the UK. Also after the September 11th attack in New York
when all the operators except Thomson reduced losses by cutting back
their programmes, the company increased their capacity and
introduced 1 more flight from Bristol Airport.
In and around the Banjul suburbs it has provided road signs in the
company colours of green, yellow and burgundy.
Over 12 schools have
been built and equipped with funds raised the the company. Under an
ongoing School Development Project now in its 20th year.
In April 2008 they presented six cheques amounting to
D352,600.00 to six schools in the country. The annual donation forms
part of the money collected from company's customers as
its contribution towards funding school projects in the country.