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The Gambia and Nigeria are set to improve collaboration in tourism with a view to bolstering tourist arrivals in both countries.
The Gambian and Turkish governments represented by the Ministry of Tourism and Culture (MoTC) and the ambassador of Turkey to The Gambia respectively, Monday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)
The Gambia Tourism Board in its commitment to eradicate child sex tourism in Gambia constituted a task force committee for developing a training manual on child sex tourism.
The Honorable Fatou Mass Jobe-Njie, minister of tourism and culture of the Gambia, was selected as president of the Africa Travel Association’s (ATA) at the conclusion of ATA’s 35th Annual Congres
BANJUL, Gambia - The Africa Travel Association's 35th Annual Congress ended today with a commitment among Africa's tourism stakeholders to boost efforts to develop new public-private partnerships devo
BANJUL, Gambia - The United Nations Tourism Organization attended the Africa Travel Association's 35th Annual Congress at the Sheraton Hotel Spa and Resort in the Gambia from May 17-20, 2010.
With a little less than two weeks until the Africa Travel Association’s (ATA) 35th Annual World Congress begins in Gambia, stakeholders across the tourism spectrum in the West African country are ge
The Tanji Bird Reserve got a visit from the project coordinating committee members and stakeholders of the eco-tourism project last Thursday.
Banjul — Gambia will host the 35th Annual Congress of the Africa Travel Association (ATA) in May 2010.
Years ago, green monkeys in the Bijilo Forest Park in the Gambia foraged for their food. They worked hard, expended energy, and ate wild foods appropriate for a wild primate. They were healthy.
Banjul — The young waitress waved at the empty tables as a clutch of idle cooks bided time in a corner of one of the Gambian capital's trendy restaurants, all eyes fixed on the front door.
Barcelona - Two Spanish tourists who have been detained on charges of making homosexual advances at two taxi drivers in the Gambia face up to 14 years in prison for violating the principles of Islam, says the gay organisation FAGC.The Spaniards were being held at a police station in the coastal resort of Kotu. They were arrested on Friday after the taxi drivers reported them to police.