Within Kololi town there is a bustling local market and plenty of restaurants to choose from along the main road. The resort also offers lively nightlife thanks to a selection of bars and nightclubs serving cold beers and tropical cocktails into the early hours. There is a local bar & restaurant on the site and the galleria is open from 9.30 am till 9.00pm. However some of the local guides will take you out for the day for a good price and you will get to see the real African people. Malic took us out ask outside the hotel for him.
The hotel grounds front onto the beach, though the grounds are quite large and the rooms I talk about are about two minutes walk to the waters edge. There’s plenty of trees to hang antennas from. Food tips – if you want a special meal – book a pool side table at the Coconut Residence (they’ll pick you up and take you home to your hotel). Scala (next to the Holiday Beach Club) has really good quality food (fish, seafood, steak) at reasonable prices. Was a wonderful hotel . Great staff, enthusiastic and peaceful.
We have just returned from a 2 week holiday at the Senegambia Hotel. On arrival we were taken to our room which was basic and quite dark but everything was in working order. Facilities include loungers, thatched umbrellas as well as a watersports centre at the Sun Beach Hotel which is right near the beach, where you can take part in activities like jet skiing, canoeing, windsurfing and sailing. A large fresh water swimming pool is located in the center of the hotel complex, surrounded by the tropical garden. For relaxation, sun beds, parasols, and mattresses are all provided.
It’s actually one of the Gambia’s most popular stretches, but it’s refreshingly undeveloped and relaxing. This uncrowded sandy beach stretches for miles to the fishing village of Tanji and even beyond to South Senegal. There is a lot to discover in Gambia. Located in the bush on a sandy bay where you willl enjoy the sound of silence. An eighteen hole par three course with its forgiving fairways and browns (that’s Gambian for ‘greens’!). Beginners and experts are both welcome.