Gambia, the smallest country in Africa, does not have many sights, but it does have magnificent countryside to be enjoyed to the full. Gambia is only 320 kilometres long and 35 kilometres wide. The River Gambia divides the country into two parts and turns upwards towards the coast, which means that Gambia is often called the country of the smile.
A peaceful atmosphere radiates from Banjul, Africa’s smallest capital city. You feel that you are wandering around a village rather than a commercial centre.